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Chief Executive Council for Madison Meeting April 26, 2013 Meeting

Madison Borough

Monday, June 10, 2013 • 1:35pm

MADISON, NJ - Members of the Chief Executive Council for Madison (CECM) break during their meeting during National Volunteer Week on April 26th,  hosted by CECM Founding Chair Dr. Vivian Bull on Drew University’s campus. Pictured, from left to right are Quest Diagnostics CEO and CECM Founding Chair Steve Rusckowski, Martin Heller, CEO of The Heller Group, Chris Daggett, President of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Dennis Bone, former Verizon executive, CECM Founding Chair Mayor Bob Conley, and Prudential U.S. Head Kevin Smith. Since its inaugural meeting last November, the CECM has joined with the Madison community in support of Union Beach, NJ, hurricane disaster recovery and family relief exceeding $200,000, and in May launched its ‘Emerging Leaders’ program with Madison High School and Junior Achievement to benefit local students. The CECM -- a collaborative of Madison senior business leaders and government, nonprofit and education leaders that was founded last Fall by Quest Diagnostics CEO Steve Rusckowski, Madison Mayor Bob Conley, and Drew University President Dr. Vivian Bull -- meets formally twice each year and works throughout the year to realize its commitments to Stakeholder Collaboration, Corporate Impact and Education Leadership.

Madison High School Principal, Greg Robertson and Drew University President, Dr. Vivian Bull connect at the second meeting of  the Chief Executive Council for Madison (CECM) during National Volunteer Week on April 26th. The meeting was hosted by CECM Founding Chair Dr. Bull on Drew University’s campus. Since its inaugural meeting last November, the group of business, government, and nonprofit leaders and educators have launched ‘Emerging Leaders’ program, including Dr. Bull’s invitation to Madison High School students to attend the Drew Forum featuring Dr. Condoleezza Rice and an executive lunch series that began this month at Madison High School with Quest Diagnostics and Realogy C-level executives, and Junior Achievement, to continue in the Fall for both MHS and Drew students. The CECM -- a collaborative of Madison senior business leaders and government, nonprofit and education leaders that was founded last Fall by Quest Diagnostics CEO Steve Rusckowski, Madison Mayor Bob Conley, and Drew University President Dr. Vivian Bull -- meets formally twice each year and works throughout the year to realize its commitments to Stakeholder Collaboration, Corporate Impact and Education Leadership

 

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