Polaris Award Winner: Theresa Goode, GOODWorks, Inc

Polaris Award Winner: Theresa Goode, GOODWorks, Inc

Here is Renee's interview with Ted Caroll, President and CEO of Leadership Greater Hartford and Theresa Goode, Founder of GOODworks and winner of the 2019 Leadership Award!

She chats about how GOODworks empowers women recovering from the criminal justice system and helps them integrate back into society! Theresa Goode is the winner of The Leadership Award at the 2019 Polaris Awards, hosted by Leadership Greater Hartford.

Listen the to full interview here:

 

Ted Caroll, President and CEO of Leadership Greater Hartford

Polaris 2019

Thursday, October 17th at 5:00 p.m.

The Bushnell in Hartford, CT

The Polaris Awards gala is our annual signature fundraising event that recognizes “guiding lights” in our community. Each fall, hundreds of diverse leaders from every sector in the Greater Hartford area come together to support the mission of LGH and recognize honorees who strengthen community, leadership, and connections in our region.

This year, the Polaris Award recipients will be recognized in three categories that reflect the three pillars of LGH: Community, Leadership, and Connections.

The Community Award: Recognizing an individual, an organization or business committed to the common good and leading the way to make our region more vibrant.

The Connection Award: Recognizing an LGH initiative or program task force project or team project, created during the last 15 years, that has created a lasting and compounding impact for the betterment of the region. This award will be narrowed down to the top three nominees prior to the event. Voting and announcement of the winner will happen live at Polaris!

The Leadership Award: Recognizing an individual who embodies the five values of Leadership Greater Hartford: Leadership, Community, Diversity, Engagement, and Collaboration.

For more info, visit: https://leadershipgh.org/polaris-awards/

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