The voices of new leaders

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Proud of the next generation of leaders.

Medgar Evers College students study entrepreneurship in different cultures.
MEC in Kenya

I look forward to more time to help make dreams come true. In the last decade, I have worked, taught, learned, traveled, and developed students in many places with many people in many cultures. The journey has truly taught me that the world is getting smaller. All youth want a life of sustainability and happiness. Unfortunately, one of the bright young stars in these photos is gone, Ms. Jezel Best; she died suddenly recently. It is a sad reminder that no matter what age, we must live every day to the fullest as the days are not promised and we know not the day or the hour that our voice will be silenced.

Medgar Evers College students studying Entrepreneurship in different cultures.
Students at Daffodil University study entrepreneurship and tourism in Bangladesh


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