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Apr 15
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Women Executives Share What They Would Tell Their Younger Selves at Southern Connecticut State University - Adanti Student Center Theater

April 16, 2019 from 5pm to 7:30pm
The SCSU School of Business Presents Women in Business Mentoring Program: “Finding Your Voice as a Leader: Women Executives Share What They Would Tell Their Younger Selves” Students, faculty, and staff are invited to join the following panelists as they share their stories of leadership and moments of finding their voice: Anne Worcester -- Tournament Director, Connecticut Open; Chief Marketing Officer, Market New HavenJocelyn Maminta -- Anchor/ medical reporter, News 8; CEO of Frangi Pangi;…See More
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Transformative Careers in Public Humanities at Southern Connecticut State University - Adanti Student Center Theater

April 17, 2019 from 1pm to 2pm
A roundtable discussion with innovative leaders of arts, humanities, service, and advocacy organizations in greater New Haven, aimed at helping build sustainable partnerships between university students and the greater New Haven community. The goal of the event is two-fold: to educate students about the wide range of opportunities to work for the common good in greater New Haven and to highlight the diverse interests and talents students can bring to the task.Seven outstanding community leaders…See More
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Transformative Careers in Public Humanities at Southern Connecticut State University - Adanti Student Center Theater

April 17, 2019 from 1pm to 2pm
A roundtable discussion with innovative leaders of arts, humanities, service, and advocacy organizations in greater New Haven, aimed at helping build sustainable partnerships between university students and the greater New Haven community. The goal of the event is two-fold: to educate students about the wide range of opportunities to work for the common good in greater New Haven and to highlight the diverse interests and talents students can bring to the task.Seven outstanding community leaders…See More
Apr 10
Betsy Beacom's event was featured

Women Executives Share What They Would Tell Their Younger Selves at Southern Connecticut State University - Adanti Student Center Theater

April 16, 2019 from 5pm to 7:30pm
The SCSU School of Business Presents Women in Business Mentoring Program: “Finding Your Voice as a Leader: Women Executives Share What They Would Tell Their Younger Selves” Students, faculty, and staff are invited to join the following panelists as they share their stories of leadership and moments of finding their voice: Anne Worcester -- Tournament Director, Connecticut Open; Chief Marketing Officer, Market New HavenJocelyn Maminta -- Anchor/ medical reporter, News 8; CEO of Frangi Pangi;…See More
Apr 8

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Southern Connecticut State University
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Office of Public Affairs
Job Title
assistant director
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203-392-6589
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beacomb1@southernct.edu
Website
http://www.southernct.edu
Interest
Education
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Southern Connecticut State University provides exemplary graduate and undergraduate education in the liberal arts and professional disciplines. As an intentionally diverse and comprehensive university, Southern is committed to academic excellence, access, social justice, and service for the public good.

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At 9:33am on June 18, 2010, Lee Cruz said…
Hi Betsy,
Welcome to GNH Community. Please post information that you think will be of interest to staff of area nonprofits and the people that they serve. When posting an event that you want to get out to the broader community send me a not and in addition to featuring it on this site I will use Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to get the word out to about 1200 people to whom I am connected. Thank you for your interest in the nonprofit community of Greater New Haven.
 
 
 

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