Operation: BuddyPack was a huge success! Thank you to every student and family who contributed for the backpacks to be filled with toiletries, school supplies, and games or toys to pass the time! Thousands of children in the New Jersey and New York area are without homes and all of the comforts that a home
I want give a BIG THANK YOU to all of the families who contributed to my run in the Tough Mudder this past Saturday — Over $500 all together! Not only did you show your support to me, but you donated to a fantastic cause called the Wounded Warrior Project. This project ‘s mission is
Sunny and breezy, with beautiful mid-70 degree weather… this past Saturday was a terrific day to spend outside. Instead of hanging at the beach or lounging in a downtown coffee shop, I arrived bright and early at a build site in Baltimore City to partake in a house demolition and reconstruction job! Volunteering for Habitat
The ability to communicate is key to leadership. But communication is more than just talking. A communicator must be able to do more than give a good speech. If they are to have the support of their team they must be able to listen. As we talk about leadership this month we are emphasizing both of these and seeing how the 3 kinds of leaders might use communication skills. Some are not so effective – some are very effective in the influence of others.
Have you ever noticed that sometimes it takes a natural disaster to move people to open their hearts to give to others. We saw this great outpouring in the hurricane that destroyed New Orleans, the Tsunami that struck in Indonesia, a fire that strikes a neighbors home, a disease that hurts a child. But when