Marisa Clemente
 Columbia Business School
 33 West 60th Street, 7th floor
 New York, NY 10023
 mc3169@columbia.edu
 Phone: 212-851-4326



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Friday Around the World: An Update on International Programs and Outreach
Manhattanville Campus Update
All-Class Welcome Reception at Cipriani 42nd Street
Saturday Dean Glenn Hubbard’s State of the School Address
Class of 1971 40th Reunion Cocktail Reception and Dinner at Del Posto Restorante
Sunday Alumni Family Brunch at Gustavino's

 

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Jim Rough (jim@ToBe.net)

Jim Rough writes: “After Columbia, I worked for Xerox, Boeing, and Simpson Timber. From that work and studies in Jungian Psychology I became especially interested in how people make wise collective decisions. From this interest, I originated a unique approach to facilitating and have been teaching seminars on ␄Dynamic Facilitation” for over twenty years. (www.DynamicFacilitation.com). Dynamic Facilitation opens new doors of possibility for large systems of people from organizations, cities, to society as a whole. I’ve been deeply involved in experiments with these new approaches in public settings. I wrote a book, for instance, on how to evoke a national, thoughtful, inclusive, trans-partisan approach: We the People. My book, Society's Breakthrough! Releasing Essential Wisdom and Virtue in All the People (www.SocietysBreakthrough.com) has led to the founding of the nonprofit Center for Wise Democracy (www.WiseDemocracy.org), which supports experiments with these social innovations. It's been an exciting path. I hope those who read this will check out these exciting claims ... and become involved.”


John Salzer (JSalzer71@gsb.columbia.edu)

John (Jack) Salzer founded Sealake Products, LLC, a publisher of specialty nautical charts, in 1990. His products are carried by coastal stores from South Carolina to New Jersey and include fishing and shipwreck charts, a satellite image print and a shark attack print. Jack is pleased that the profit from sales of Sealake charts help support a number of historic sites.
In November 2008, Sealake Products published three charts of the Florida Keys which include a shipwreck, lighthouse and detailed decorative chart. His website is www.shipwreckcharts.com


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