Achieving International Recognition: An Alumni Chat on Creating and Building a Non-profit

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Friday, September 20, 2019 -

1:00pm to 2:00pm

Kent Student Center, Room 307
1087 E. Summit St., Kent, OH 44243

Kent State alumna, member of Alpha Epsilon Phi and both founder and president of Heroes to Heroes, Judy Isaacson Elias, will be honored at the Alumni Awards on Sept. 20 with the Kent State University Alumni Association Distinguished Citizen Award. Under the leadership and vision of Ms. Isaacson Elias, Heroes to Heroes is receiving national and international recognition and support; including appearances on nationally syndicated TV shows and articles in newspapers and magazines in the U.S. and internationally.

During her special visit back to campus and in collaboration with the Department of Political Science, Master of Public Administration program, School of Lifespan Development and Educational Science, Department of Human Development and Family Studies and Alumni Relations, Ms. Isaacson Elias will be hosting an alumni chat. She will be sharing how her saddened heart for the alarming rate of servicemen and women who attempt suicide led her to create the Heroes for Heroes organization, along with her thoughts and insights on what it means to start and grow a successful non-profit organization.

Alumni and friends are invited to attend this special alumni chat during their Homecoming visit. 

Parking is available in the Student Center Visitor’s parking lot on 1087 E. Summit St., Kent, OH 44243. Show your visitor lot parking stub at the event to receive your complimentary parking voucher to be used when exiting the lot. 

This event is complimentary and no registration is required.