Seton Hall students are actively making a difference in our global society.
Join us on Wednesday, April 10 when the University hosts its 2nd annual Servant Leadership Day. Organized by the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership the event takes place at 4:15p.m., in the McNulty Amphitheatre.
Joseph Campo, director and counselor of St. Francis House in Brooklyn will be the guest speaker. Campo, a filmmaker and photographer, is the executive producer and chief executive officer of Grassroots Films, Inc. His short films include The Human Experience, Fishers of Men and Child 31. Come hear Campo’s reflection on his life as an artist and activist in Leading by Example.
Servant Leadership Day is made possible by the generous support of Colleen and Hank D’Alessandro ‘85. Mr. D’Alessandro is a member of Seton Hall University’s Board of Regents. Servant Leadership Day provides aspiring leaders and leadership educators with input on the principles and practice of "servant leadership." The day will also celebrate Seton Hall's Servant Leader Scholars, a group of students whose record of academic achievement and service prove their commitment to leadership for the good of others.
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