For information about BOOST, our partners, and programs, contact; (206) 202-2883, email@example.com, and http://www.gss-set.blogspot.com/ and get ready for Part 2!!!
Thanks to everyone who made time in your schedules to be a part of BOOST's GSS-SET Launch this past Saturday, June 7 at Gallery 125, Classics Trenton Books Fair, Heritage Days, and Gilmore's Cafe'. Attached are a few of the photos of the activity. Some more will be shared and sent at a later date.
GSS-SET Part 2 set for Saturday, July 12 in Ewing New Jersey Simply Natural Living located in Serenity Plaza located at 1505 Parkway Avenue: GSS-SET 2 - Sun Fest: A Day of Allowing for presentations by:
Jonathan Cloud on "Emerging Opportunities in Green Business": Jonathan Cloud is a lifelong environmentalist, community organizer, and entrepreneur. An early pioneer in passive-solar design and construction in Canada in the 1970s and 80s, as well as an environmental community activist, he received a UN Environment Award in 1985, in recognition of his work in renewable energy, conservation, and appropriate technology.
Mut Seshatms (pronounced Moot Sa-shat-miss) on "Rethinking Solar: Giving Power Back to the People". Mut Seshatmswas an electrical engineer for over 20 years in the public and private sector with a Masters in Electrical Engineering. In the 1990’s upon completing her graduate degree, she formed and ran a company called Universal Engineering whom consulted African embassies about solar power energy solutions. She later entered the educational field as a certified teacher in mathematics
Alvyn Haywood, Professor of Communication at Mercer County Community College on "The Art of Allowing: Indroducing Abraham" who was awarded with this year's Distinguished Teaching Award, having been selected by his colleagues at Mercer County Community College. In addition to chairing the college's governing body, the College Forum, Haywood is a popular voice on campus and also serves as the voice of Passage Theater on WIMG AM radio Prof. Haywood is also the community ambassador and public spokesperson for Building Open Opportunity Structures Together, also known as BOOST.
For information about BOOST, our partners, and programs, contact; (206) 202-2883, firstname.lastname@example.org, and http://www.gss-set.blogspot.com/