June 07, 2010

Johnson School of Law, USA, MBA Students receive awards for achievements in sustainable global enterprise leadership

The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at Johnson Business School, Cornell University, USA, announced the winners of its two Samuel C. Johnson Awards for student achievements in sustainable global enterprise leadership.

This year´s Samuel C. Johnson Award in Sustainable Global Enterprise Leadership was awarded to Ryan Legg, MBA student at Johnson Business School. The award recognizes an outstanding student who has demonstrated excellence, leadership, and/or scholarship in the area of sustainable global enterprise.

The Samuel C. Johnson Award in Sustainable Global Enterprise Practice went to the team that planned and executed Net Impact 2010, a conference that drew more than 2,400 attendees from 23 countries, 40 U.S. states, 300 universities, and over 500 organizations.
This award honors a team of students, who have demonstrated excellence in leadership and made a lasting contribution that has helped to shape the sustainable global enterprise program through a project, initiative, or other effort.
Net Impact design team members from the MBA Class of 2010 are:
Ryan Legg, Chair; Jaclyn Hood, Logistics; Kim Susko, Team Float; Ashley Grove, Networking Events; Ann Tracy, Content; Jamie Cheston, Marketing; Brandon Ray, Social Events. And from the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs, Gretchen Ruethling, MPA '10.

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