Greg Forbes Siegman
Greg Forbes Siegman is the real-life inspiration for The
Silhouette Man by Jillip Naysinthe Paxson. The book — which
tells the story of an ordinary young person making a small but
meaningful difference and the ‘ripple effect’ of those
efforts received the 2009 Wisdom Speaks honor in Canada.
The First Thirty, a condensed version of the book, was
honored in New York as NSDL C 2007 Multicultural Relations Book of
For his efforts in diversity and philanthropy, Greg has received a
number of honors including the Jefferson Award for Public Service.
In 2005, he was recognized at Princeton University as one of
America’s top social entrepreneurs under 40. He has been featured
by media like USA Today, College News and “Good Morning
During his visit, Greg shares his story and speak about the
ability of young people to make a global impact on a local level —
efforts that mirror St. John’s own mission as a Catholic University
in the Vincentian tradition of service.
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Thursday, March 18, 2010
D’Angelo Center Ballroom, Queens Campus
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