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Women’s Foundation of PB hosts fundraiser

first_img May 15, 2011 Regular News Women’s Foundation of PB hosts fundraiser W omen’s Foundation of PB hosts fundraiser The Women’s Foundation of Palm Beach County hosted its inaugural Raise the Bar event at the Historic Palm Beach County Courthouse in West Palm Beach.More than 250 business and legal professionals attended the networking event, which raised $20,000 to provide scholarships to girls in middle school to high school to attend the Girls’ Leadership Institute, which is presented by the foundation.“This event was such a great success, we doubled our fundraising goal,” said Samantha Schosberg Feuer, co-founder and board member of the Women’s Foundation of Palm Beach County. “Not only did 100 girls get to go to the Girl’s Leadership Institute in mid-April, we now have raised awareness among so many influential individuals in the community and hope they will spread the word about how we empower women and girls to become leaders in the community.”“We couldn’t have asked for a better turnout to the inaugural Raise the Bar event,” said Nicole Atkinson of Gunster and co-chair of the event. “Everyone who attended truly made an investment in the future of our youth. The young women who are now able attend the Girls’ Leadership Institute will walk away with pride, self-esteem, and tools, which will help them succeed in whatever they pursue.”This event was made possible through the support of Carlton Fields, FPL, Next Era, Greenberg Traurig, Gunster, Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, Akerman, Becker & Poliakoff, Fox Rothschild, Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhardt & Shipley, Holland & Knight, ARC Mediation, Cake Kingdom, McCabe Rabin, and Squire Sanders.last_img read more

Northshoring: who can resist the pull of the magnetic north?

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K-12 data firm hires former Farmington Schools superintendent

first_img Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Dr. George Heitsch (Farmington Public Schools)Grand Rapids-based K-12 data analytics firm Eidex LLC announced this week that former Farmington Public Schools Superintendent Dr. George Heitsch will join the firm as the Senior Client Service Manager.“George is passionate about education and helping students achieve their full potential,” Eidex President Doug LaFleur said in a press release. “He has a keen appreciation of the role that data and data analysis can play in affecting school improvement and advancing student outcomes. We are honored and excited to work with him.”The district’s new superintendent, Dr. Robert Herrera, listed a position with Eidex on his resume, starting in 2017 as a data consultant. A company representative said he left the firm in March of 2018.Heitsch will provide support around data needs for K-12 districts primarily in the Southeast area of Michigan. He will also help guide product development and innovation, specifically in visualization design and new functionality.To learn more, visit eidexinsights.com. Reported bylast_img read more