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Bill Strickland Guest Speaker-at the SmallTalks, Big Ideas Event. Take professional and personal development to a new level with this compelling lineup of lectures and performances from thought leaders, researchers, scientists, and artists.
April 30, 2013-Byham Theater 412-456-6666
Strickand Speaks to Cadets at West Point
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Nigerian governor seeks business ideas from county
Bill Strickland, executive director-Bidwell Cultural Center and Governor Aregbesola share a moment in the Green house. (March 6, 2013)
Senator Casey Honors Manchester Bidwell Corporation CEO Bill Strickland to Commemorate Black History Month
US Senate Proclamation Recognizes Strickland’s Contributions to His Community, the Nation, and as a Visionary Social Innovator
Senator Casey Honors Pittsburgh Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Bill Strickland
KDKA's Kristine Sorensen recently did an interview with Bill that aired on Pittsburgh Today Live on Friday, February 15.
Bill Strickland featured on Coffee With, produced by Building Bridges with Business
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One Man's Crusade to Inspire Others to Dream Bigger and Achieve the Extraordinary...
“Bill Strickland could sell anything . . . Read this book and you'll understand why he is such an inspiration to practicing and aspiring entrepreneurs.” —James Heskett, Harvard Business School
Japanese Nobility Visit North Side Educational Center-Plan to Replicate Educational Center to Help Tsunami Victims
The Saionji family, leaders of the Goi Peace Foundation in Tokyo, Japan, spent the first part of the week at Manchester Bidwell Corporation in Pittsburgh. Hiroo and Masami Saionji were joined by their daughter, Yuka, and came to the city after Manchester Bidwell CEO Bill Strickland visited Japan last year. The Saionjis took him on a tour of tsunami-ravaged areas.
President Obama Selects Manchester Bidwell Corporation CEO Bill Strickland for the Newly Formed White House Council for Community Solutions
Strickland joins corporate, non-profit and foundation leaders from across the U.S. in offering solutions for more efficiently and effectively addressing community needs to President Obama.
President Barack Obama signed an Executive Order establishing the White House Council for Community Solutions. The Council will provide advice to the President on the best ways to mobilize citizens, nonprofits, businesses and government to work more effectively together to solve specific community needs. Pittsburgh’s Bill Strickland, President and CEO of Manchester Bidwell Corporation (MBC), is one of the twenty-five appointees who range from Jon Bon Jovi to the president of eBay.
President Obama said, “These impressive men and women have dedicated their lives and careers to civic engagement and social innovation. I commend them for their outstanding contributions to their communities, and I am confident that they will serve the American people well in their new roles on the White House Council for Community Solutions. I look forward to working with them in the months and years ahead.” Read More
Bill Strickland hopes to persuade 200 cities around the world to replicate his arts, education and job-training program. It's late spring, and Bill Strickland is spending some quiet time in the ceramics studio at the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild, the art and job-training center he founded in Pittsburgh's struggling Manchester area. ... more