Location & Date

Grand Wayne Center
120 W. Jefferson Blvd
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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Wed. November 10, 2010
Buffet Dinner at 5:30pm - Show starts at 7:00pm

Contact & Other Information

Connie Slyby
5645 Reed Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46835
cslyby@comcast.net
(260) 486-1060
e-Mail Event Organizer

Price: $100 per person - $1,000 per table of ten





 

John Peirce

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John Peirce, former vice president and co-owner of Indiana Stamp Co., Inc., is one of just 22 leaders from around the world to be accepted as a fellow in the Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University for calendar year 2011. John is also an elected member of the Board of Trustees for Fort Wayne Community Schools.

 

The Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard is designed to prepare experienced leaders to take on new challenges in the social sector where they potentially can make an even greater societal impact than they did in their careers. John is also a member of the board of directors for the Carriage House and past-president of the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne, one of the largest clubs in the US with over 200 members.  He is a Big Brother and a volunteer recruiter for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana and South Central Michigan.

 

Prior to his 21-year career a Indiana Stamp, John was a human resources manager and a communications manager at GE in Fort Wayne, 1980-89.   Previously he was managing editor of the Kendallville News-Sun daily newspaper, where he and his staff won numerous Hoosier State Press Association awards.

 

In 2007 John was one of 12 people in the US to receive the Heroes in our Midst award presented by the American Greeting Card Association for his work with Big Brothers Big Sisters. The same year, he led the Yellow Petition Campaign in support of the Fort Wayne Community Schools $500 million facilities improvement plan, which would have been the largest bond issue in the history of Indiana had it been supported.

 

John and his wife Susie have a son Brian who is in his senior year at IPFW and a daughter Alex who will achieve dual degrees in visual communication and marketing from Indiana University Kelley School of Business at the end of the 2010-11 school year.

 

A Fort Wayne native, John has a Masters of Science in Business Administration (1980) from Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne and an AB-English (1972) degree from Indiana University, Bloomington.





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