GODSU recognizes leaders during CBC week
Global Oved Dei Seminary & University (GODSU), a web-based interfaith learning institution led by Georgetown University Law School graduate and former White House Assistant General Counsel, Chancellor Dr. Diane Moore Eubanks, will host events, September 23-25, in DC, some during the week of the Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus, and culminating with the graduation of GODSU’s most recent class of graduates. Joining Dr. Eubanks will be two of GODSU’s leading graduates and Deans, power networker, Dean Dr. George C. Fraser, founder of Frasernet, and Billion Dollar Empire Builder, Dean Dr. Michael V. Roberts, whose global consulting with government heads and his real estate holdings create job opportunities and growth in both the upper echelon and neediest communities.
Says Dr. George Fraser: “As a successful entrepreneur, having Dr. Diane Eubanks in my life, and knowing she is a leader, bestowed upon me for my body of work, inspires me to do more for my community. Beyond my honorary doctorate and chaplaincy, GODSU places me in a position to help others to fulfill their leadership potential.” Offers Dean Dr. Michael V. Roberts: “Owning multi-million dollar enterprises through the Roberts Group of Companies, whether prime real estate holdings, luxury hotels, or television stations, takes putting ideas into action and recognizing the importance of legacy and a give back philosophy. My affiliation as Founding Dean with GODSU is another way of giving back by empowering the university’s students and graduates to maximize their potential to create a positive impact on the world.”
A program and reception, hosted by Ambassador H.E. Dr. Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah, will occur at the Embassy of Ghana. The next two days include an Empower U seminar, targeting women, the graduation, additional seminars and a closing masquerade ball all at the Doubletree Hotel, Silver Spring, Maryland. For ticket information, registration, and to learn more, contact Patricia Green, of the Patricia Green Group, at 301-526-1089.