Photos, Highlights, and Video from the PLV Event


The Executives in Residence Series

THE REAL PEPSI CHALLENGE
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Gottesman Room
Pleasantville campus

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Students with panelists Stephanie Capparell (top row, second from left), Maurice Cox (third from left), and Richard Zannino (fourth from left).

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Maurice Cox (center) with visiting students from Iona Prep. and their teacher Darin Gillenwater (left).

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Moderator Kevin Wynne and panelists discussing race and diversity in corporate America (left to right: Kevin Wynne, Stephanie Capparell, Maurice Cox, and Richard Zannino).

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Visiting students from Mount Vernon High School with Stephanie Capparell (center) and their teacher William Rundle (left).

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Moderator Kevin Wynne with students from Iona Prep.

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"The media is the 800-pound gorilla in the room and you may not think it is influencing you, but it is influencing you tremendously."
- Stephanie Capparell

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"Word gets out about who is supporting the community and that results in support for companies' products or not."
- Stephanie Capparell

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"I hope you [students] will want to help people like me and Maurice who want to create more diversity in our workplaces."
- Richard Zannino

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"An African American and a woman are now leading candidates for president of the United States. Social mobility is the key to democracy. When you consider Obama was not well-known a few years ago, and is now a presidential candidate, how many other people's talents are we overlooking?"
- Maurice Cox