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Meet Apollo J

July 23, 2021 Comments Off on Meet Apollo J

For Apollo J, music wasn’t always in the plan.   “I never in a million years thought that I would be doing music.”  “Going into Duke I was like, ‘okay I’m going to go into Duke, do my four years, I’ll be a political science major, go to law school and be a lawyer.’ So that…

Embracing the Twists & Turns: Insights from Phoebe Boyer on the Path to Leadership

May 12, 2021 Comments Off on Embracing the Twists & Turns: Insights from Phoebe Boyer on the Path to Leadership

Phoebe Boyer is committed to ending childhood poverty. As the first woman CEO and President of Children’s Aid she’s using her expertise from the public, private, and non-profit worlds to guide the 167-year-old organization. “If you had said to me 10 years ago that I would be running Children’s Aid I would not have believed…

Samuel Zahn Awarded 2021 Truman Scholarship

April 15, 2021 Comments Off on Samuel Zahn Awarded 2021 Truman Scholarship

Congratulations to Samuel Zahn, UNC-Chapel Hill Robertson Scholar Class of 2022 on being named a 2021 Truman Scholar! The Truman Scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate outstanding leadership potential, a commitment to a career in government or the nonprofit sector, and academic excellence. Each Truman Scholar receives funding for graduate studies, leadership training, career…

“People are Everything,” EDF President Fred Krupp Shares his Leadership Insights with Scholars

March 12, 2021 Comments Off on “People are Everything,” EDF President Fred Krupp Shares his Leadership Insights with Scholars

Environmental Defense Fund President Fred Krupp addressed senior Robertson Scholars during their “Senior Speaker Series,” offering words of advice and wisdom when it comes to leadership development. “Anything big that’s worth doing needs teamwork, and letting the team know that they’re needed is really important,” Krupp remarked during the talk. Krupp has spent his career…