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Governor Bryan to Be Honored at ‘ICABA Salutes Men Who Lead’ Summit

Gov. Albert Bryan, Jr. (Source photo by Susan Ellis)

The International Career and Business Alliance (ICABA) has selected Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. as one of 16 outstanding black male leaders from the United States, and he will be presented an award at the “ICABA Salutes Men Who Lead” Awards Luncheon and Leadership Summit taking place in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Oct. 14.

The International Career and Business Alliance is a member-based, global business network assisting professionals and entrepreneurs of color to attain their career, business and lifestyle aspirations. It serves more than 1 million accomplished black professionals.

The alliance’s mission is to connect accomplished black professionals and entrepreneurs to valuable relationships, information and opportunities to achieve career, business and lifestyle aspirations, and to raise awareness and recognition of the accomplishments of professionals and entrepreneurs of color to enhance marketplace value and provide role models.

According to ICABA, the “Men Who Lead” honorees exemplify the accomplishments and aspirations of ICABA members, according to the organization’s website.

In addition to the awards luncheon, the ICABA Leadership Summit will feature four workshops:

Leading for Significance vs. Success

Leadership for Our Family and Community

Leadership Lessons from the C-Suite

Leadership for Wealth Creation

The Bryan-Roach Administration is investing in the territory’s people, infrastructure and future through transparency, stabilizing the economy, restoring trust in the government and ensuring that recovery projects are completed as quickly as possible. Visit https://transparency.vi.gov.

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