Author archives: Stacey

19.12.2016 Stacey P2P

P2P fall 2016 regionals held with OSCE in Germany

The climate has shifted since the Peer to Peer: Challenging Extremism (P2P) program’s humble beginnings with 23 schools in the spring of 2015. According to EdVenture Partners CEO Tony Sgro, in his opening remarks at a P2P regional competition in Germany earlier this month, the tone from university professors has evolved from being “paralyzed by

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19.10.2016 Stacey EVP

New position and hires join EdVenture Partners

New position and hires join EdVenture Partners EdVenture Partners welcomed three new Partner Relations Specialists last month. They completed New Hire Training on September 14 and immediately jumped into their new roles, securing new partnerships on behalf of EVP with higher learning institutions around the world.  Each of these experienced sales and marketing professionals brings

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29.09.2016 Stacey P2P

EVP and P2P at United Nations General Assembly

EVP and P2P at United Nations General Assembly On Wednesday, September 21, the Peer to Peer: Challenging Extremism (P2P) program took center stage at an event in New York City held in conjunction with the 71st United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) week. A joint partnership with EdVenture Partners, Facebook and the U.S. Department of State,

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5.08.2016 Stacey EVP

EdVenture Partners Welcomes Eight New Staff

New hires are pictured with EVP CEO Tony Sgro and President Laurel Sgro (center), and other senior leadership who presented at New Hire Training week in Orlando the first week of July. The past few months have marked a period of rapid growth at EdVenture Partners (EVP), and last month eight new staff were hired,

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27.07.2016 Stacey EVP

Paving The Way

The past three to four months have been especially busy for our CEO Tony Sgro as he continues to traverse the globe on behalf of EdVenture Partners (EVP), our programs and initiatives. Washington, DC (U.S.): U.S. Senate Committee Hearing Tony was invited to speak before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs in

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