The School for Ethics and Global Leadership

Join Us for an Evening in NYC on May 21st!

Date: May 13nd, 2011

“Hark, what fine change is in the music!” – Two Gentlemen of Verona

Join us on May 21 to hear how our young leaders are creating a better world!

Click here to download the event invitation.

Poets House, 10 River Terrace, New York, NY
Saturday, May 21, 2011

Pulitzer Winner and Co-Author of Recent Best-Seller, “Half the Sky”

With remarks by Noah Bopp, Founder and Director

of The School for Ethics and Global Leadership

And a performance led by

Phoebe Bodurtha, SEGL Graduate and Founder of “Vocal for Change,”

a Non-Profit, Inner-City Music Outreach Program


The Vocal for Change Elm City Middle School Singers

Charitable donations are welcome and can be made out to:

The School for Ethics and Global Leadership, a founding partner of Vocal for Change and other youth-led non-profits.

First 50 contributors will receive a complimentary copy of “Half the Sky” at the event.


Poets House is a new, eco-friendly building at the corner of Murray Street and River Terrace in Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park, with views of the lower Hudson River.