2020 Spirituality & Sustainability Leadership Awards Dinner

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N. O. Nelson Campus, LeClaire Room

600 Troy Road

Edwardsville, IL 62025

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Center for Spirituality and Sustainability 17th Annual Leadership Awards Dinner

The Center for Spirituality and Sustainability is hosting its 17th annual Leadership Awards Dinner on Saturday, October 17th, at 7:00 p.m. in the LeClaire Room on the N. O. Nelson Campus of Lewis and Clark Community College in Edwardsville. Each year the Center bestows two awards, one for Spirituality Leadership and one for Leadership in Sustainability. These dual awards reflect the Center’s mission to “promote humanity’s sacred connection to the Earth and each other.” The 2020 Spirituality and Sustainability Award recipients are:

Spirituality Leadership Award: Sally Burgess – Sally Burgess, MBA, MS, is the founder and director of Studio Gaia, nurturing wellness practices for body-mind-spirit through yoga, meditation, and guidance for personal inner peace and spirituality. Studio Gaia also sponsors spiritual reading groups and an interfaith prayer circle, as well as raising funds for disaster relief, and offering free clothing for those in need. In addition to her efforts at Studio Gaia, Sally is also a Sierra Club organizer for the downstate region of Illinois. Through her many activities she encourages individuals to explore their unique gifts and talents within various nurturing environments.

Sustainability Leadership Award: William Odell – Bill Odell is a true leader in his field, having worked for 32 years as an architect with the HOK architecture firm. He designed a diverse range of award-winning sustainable projects around the world. Bill’s comprehensive knowledge of design science, provided progressive solutions to HOK’s industry-leading sustainable design initiatives. Bill is a frequent speaker on architecture, environmental issues and professional ethics. Bill helped to define green building standards by coauthoring "The HOK Guidebook to Sustainable Design," which quickly became a reference guide on sustainable, high-performance design across the field of architecture.

The awards dinner is open to the public & tickets for the Dinner and awards ceremony are $55

For more information call Katja Kopp at (618) 650-3246 or email Katja at kkopp@siue.edu


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