Will Assist Mentee in the Greater Philadephia Area
Washington, DC, December 21, 2009: TCG President Dan Turner will serve as a 2009–2010 Participant in the Entrepreneur Mentoring Program (EMP) in the Greater Philadelphia area. A partnership between the William J. Clinton Foundation and Inc. magazine, EMP facilitates structured, high-impact mentoring relationships over a one-year period between some of the nation’s most successful business leaders and entrepreneurs running emerging growth companies in America’s underserved communities.
“I am very excited to be able to work with EMP and my designated mentee to impart my knowledge and lessons learned as an entrepreneur,” said Mr. Turner. “This is a very important program that promotes the entrepreneurial spirit that makes this country so great and I am honored to be a part of this undertaking.”
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About the William J. Clinton Foundation
The William J. Clinton Foundation is a nonpartisan 501(c)(3) organization, founded by President Bill Clinton with the mission of strengthening the capacity of people throughout the world to address pressing global challenges. Working in collaboration with governments and other partners, the Foundation applies a unique problem-solving method to each of its seven initiatives, which work to combat the HIV/AIDS pandemic, fight climate change, and develop sustainable economic growth in Africa and Latin America. In the U.S., the Foundation works to tackle the childhood obesity epidemic and helps to expand economic opportunity by increasing access to low-cost financial services and empowering entrepreneurs. Through these efforts, the Foundation has helped 2 million people living with HIV/AIDS access lifesaving treatment, 40 cities fight global climate change, and over 5,500 schools promote healthier educational environments. Learn more at www.clintonfoundation.org.
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David G. Cassidy