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J.P. McManus - on the 2011 American Celtic Ball at the Pierre Hotel in New York City (October 20, 2011) Proceeds from the event went to Albert Schweitzer Leadership for Life Foundation.
On behalf of Noreen, myself and our guests, I would like to express our heartfelt appreciation for a very special evening the Pierre Hotel last week. The entire evening was handled in such a professional and welcoming manner, that it will remain in our memories for a very long time.
The presence of so many students was evidence of the great attention paid to these young peoples education by the ASLFL Foundation. My congratulations on this initiative and long may it continue.
Again Maurice, thank you for everything and I look forward to meeting you in Ireland.
Stephen Benn, All Hallows High School - Bronx, New York City
The skills that were taught, from the first day to the last one, will stick with me forever. Being aware of your strengths and weakness and improving on the weakness to be a better leader. As well as, being the change you want to see in the world is something that was echoed throughout the week. However, the one question that was constantly being asked at the conference that I found hard to answer was: "If you ruled the world, what is one thing you would change? My answer now would to have the Albert Schweitzer Leadership Conference program worldwide. I truly did have an incredible time at the conference and if I could share this experience with everyone in the world, I would."
The students of Mr. Mohamed Owdaa, PhD, K-12 Principal, the American International School in Gaza, Palestine
Mr. Amro Khalid Rafiq Al Ashi, who graduated the ASLFL program in 2012, is now studying Health Care Policy at the University Davie Florida, USA.
“Search and see if there is not some place where you may invest your humanity.”