Coming up on Connections: Monday, November 22
First hour: Exploring Geneva's "neighborhood renaissance"
Second hour: Ed Hajim, author of "On the Road Less Traveled"
Leaders in the City of Geneva say they've seen a neighborhood renaissance. We discuss placemaking in Geneva, and the transformation local developers, neighbors, and leaders have helped make possible. Our guests:
- Sage Gerling, Geneva City Manager
- Matt Horn, former Geneva City Manager, and director of municipal services at MRB Group Engineering, Architecture & Surveying, D.P.C.
- Deb Cleveland, owner of Small Town Dynasty
Then in our second hour, we're joined by Ed Hajim, a former University of Rochester trustee who has written a book about his personal journey from an orphanage to Harvard Business School to some of the world's most powerful financial offices. Hajim shares his story and we discuss his views on overcoming struggle for everyone. Our guest:
- Ed Hajim, author of “On the Road Less Traveled: An Unlikely Journey from the Orphanage to the Boardroom"