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Laurie Sallarulo

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Transforming Our Youth - Laurie Sallarulo and Junior Achievement of South Florida

Shop Talk with the Sheriff

LOCAL HEROES SERIES: I often remark that youth are our future and most precious asset. Through Junior Achievement of South Florida (JASF), today's special guest, President and CEO Laurie Sallarulo leads the charge in overseeing a team of more than 40 people and manages a 60,000-square foot facility that serves about 55,000 K-12 students each year. When asked why JASF serves such an important role in our community, Laurie replied, "In the future, these young people will be your consumers, voters, entrepreneurs and much more." Through real world, practical education, JASF empowers generations of children to lead the way. Be sure to subscribe and share this episode with a friend and follow @bsosherifftony on Instagram to keep up with the latest BSO news between podcast episodes.


21 Apr 2021

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Is Junior Achievement A Good Place To Network?

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Laurie Sallarulo / Junior Achievement of South FloridaLaurie Sallarulo has a reputation as a strong managerial, development, and financial executive with a deep passion and commitment to improving the lives of children and families. Laurie is recognized as a dynamic leader who strategically moves organizations and community issues to higher levels of sustainability, awareness, and recognition. She utilized her extensive corporate experience when transitioning to the nonprofit sector where she began as Director of Development and Programs at Habitat for Humanity of Broward. (more…)


12 Jan 2021

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Empower your people to be CEOs and build a winning culture - With Laurie Sallarulo

Lead Sell Grow - The Human Experience

Junior Achievement of South Florida is impacting the lives of many young people today by helping them understand the world of business. Much of the success can be attributed to their passionate CEO who is driven to help others.Laurie Sallarulo is not one for excuses. She likes to get things done and is not about making excuses. After a few months of mediocre results in her venture into the nonprofit world, she knew she had to make some changes to make things happen. And she did! She learned much from her parents, her Dad, who was an avid baseball player and coach, after he was hired to be a baseball coach for a school, torched a field of brush to help create a baseball field after he was told there was no room in the budget to create one. That is "getting it done" ladies and gentlemen!Her mom, started out as a substitute teacher to work her way up the chain to becoming a leading Administrator of the school department.This helped shape Laurie as she began her career in the nonprofit sector. Expecting people that lead their department to be CEOs of that department, has helped dramatically in getting results. Laurie leads the fundraising charge. Some say she is relentless. That's a good thing in the role that she's in. She knows that she is in the world of Sales and she will not stop in her pursuit. Just because one says No, doesn't mean she won't ask again. Whether that be for money, mentoring, sharing time or whatever else to help the journey. Check out the website and consider volunteering or donating too.https://www.jasouthflorida.org/circle-of-wise-women/Laurie's podcasthttps://www.jasouthflorida.org/podcastshow/ Podcast CreditsBe sure to connect with us in our Lead Sell Grow – The Human Experience Tribe Facebook group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/leadsellgrowLearn more about our services:LeadSellGrow.bizImprove your sales and stay connected – Free Gifts Here https://shor.by/TheGoalGuidePodcast Intro and outroArtist: DisfigureTrack: BlankMusic Provided by: NoCopyrightSoundsWatch: https://youtu.be/p7ZsBPK656sFree Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/blank


15 Sep 2020

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Developing Transferable Skills is Key to Success with Laurie Sallarulo

Mission Matters Business with Adam Torres

Developing transferable skills is a top priority for many educators. This component of education is vital to promoting a vibrant workforce. In this episode,  Adam Torres and Laurie Sallarulo, President & CEO at Junior Achievement of South Florida, explore how Junior Achievement of South Florida is helping our future leaders thrive.  Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule.Apply to be interviewed by Adam on our podcast:https://missionmatters.lpages.co/podcastguest/Visit our website:https://missionmatters.com/


16 Jun 2020

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Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast with Laurie Sallarulo, President at JA of South Florida

Confessions of a Serial Salesman: The Podcast

Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast with Laurie Sallarulo, President at JA of South Florida by Steve Nudelberg


9 Feb 2018