On this episode of The Leadership Journey podcast, your host Gwen Webber-McLeod is joined by Hasan Stephens to discuss how roles, race, hip hop, masculinity, entrepreneurship and a deep connection to the youth of his community have impacted his leadership journey personally and as the Founder of the Good Life Foundation.
Join Gwen Webber-McLeod for May’s special Mother’s Day edition of The Leadership Journey where she will be joined in-studio by Emma Bauso, photographer & stationary designer, Rosa Howard-Poston, licensed mental health counselor and Alyssa Whitfield, founder of Dress for Success Rochester.
When former Geneva City Manager Matt Horn announced his exit from the community he served for a decade – many felt that it could mean difficult times for the City of Geneva. During his tenure, Horn morphed into a figure that was seen regionally as a bustling leader, an example of modern, young leadership. While his qualifications did not align directly with a typical candidate, those who chose him a decade prior did so because of the intangibles he brought to the table.
Given just a couple months to determine their course of action, the City of Geneva ultimately moved to a ‘Search Committee’ comprising of those interested in helping shape the selection process.