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Sotomayor: A Testament of Leadership

This month is Hispanic Heritage Month and I choose to honor Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. She comes from humble beginnings but has always had grand dreams and self-motivation.

Mother Nature’s Leadership Lesson

Yet again another natural disaster has hit our nation. It was Hurricane Sandy this year, Hurricane Irene last year, and Hurricane Katrina in yesteryear. But, why is it that top government officials are seemingly caught off guard without backup plans? Is it Mother Nature’s way of teaching a valuable lesson in leadership?

September 11th Volunteerism: Lessons Learned

When the traumatic events of September 11th occurred, our nation paused. Thank goodness so many people helped strangers. Millions volunteered. Others donated blood and necessities to local charities. But, why must there be disasters before people lend a helping hand?

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