Tag Archives: Being a Difference Award

Reporting For Duty

CPT Honors Family for Supporting US Soldiers MichaelWeinshel, CarolWeinshel and Susan Spivack were honored with CPT Being a Difference Awards on October 2, 2009, in Easton, CT. They were recognized for their continuous encouragement and selfless endeavor to boost the morale of U.S. soldiers overseas. They started in October of 2005, when the 2,850 soldiers…

CPT Being A Difference Award Presentation 2009

NASHVILLE, Tenn., October 6, 2009 –It started as a simple family effort to boost morale for the soldiers in one Aviation Brigade. Four years later, Michael Weinshel, his wife Carol, and his sister-in-law, Susan Spivack, continue to support soldiers by sending regular gift packages. To honor these individuals for their continuous encouragement and significant contributions…

It’s All Been Good

Summer 2009 Award Presentations, Student Events, Conferences The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) has cosponsored one excellent event after the other. Participants ranged from members of academia, students and award honorees to professionals representing all facets of the business community. – Being a difference Award PresentationsThe Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium received a CPT…

Nathan Garrett Receives National ‘Being A Difference’ Award

North Carolina Leader Honored for Advancing Business and Minorities through Ethical Leadership “You don’t earn medals for not stealing chickens,” Nathan Garrett remarked on his original thoughts as to why he had been honored with CPT’s Being A Difference Award. “But then I recalled a line written by Scottish poet and folk song writer Robert…