There are no ticket sales for the Leadership Breakfast. There is a group solicitation during the breakfast and individuals who attend are asked to contribute a minimum of $330, although any size gift will be graciously accepted. Please register to reserve your seat.
Distinguished Sponsor: $10,000
Includes 2 tables of 10, special seating, inclusion in all promotional materials and one-page tribute ad in event program
Benefactor Sponsor: $5,000
Includes 1 table of 10, inclusion in all promotional materials and half-page tribute ad in event program
Golden Eagle Sponsor: $2,750
Includes 1 table of 10 and logo recognition in event program
Eagle Patrol Sponsor: $1,500
Includes 5 seats
Guardian Sponsor: $1,100
Includes 2 seats
George E. Koonce, Jr., Ph.D.
George Koonce played professional football for a decade, the majority of those years with the Green Bay Packers, winning the Super Bowl XXXI title. Since his playing career ended, he served as senior associate athletics director and director of development at Marquette University, athletics director at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, director of player development for the Packers and special assistant to the athletic director at East Carolina University. Koonce received his Ph.D. from Marquette with his doctoral dissertation focusing on “Role Transition of National Football League Players: Using the Grounded Theory.” His guest column on the same topic on the NFL blog received national notice and raised awareness for the problems faced by retired NFL players. He is a member of the NFL Player Engagement Advisory Board and is currently co-authoring a book titled, Is There Life After Football, which is scheduled to be released for publication in December of 2014.
Currently he serves as Vice President of the Office of Advancement where he provides leadership and strategic direction is responsible for growing awareness and increasing philanthropic support for Marian University through community and alumni engagement. As a former Boy Scout, Koonce is thrilled to be a part of the Boy Scouts of America’s 2015 Leadership Breakfast.
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The Boy Scouts of America offers the finest youth development program available to build leadership, values, life skills, and self-esteem in youth.
Your participation helps bring the character-building programs of Scouting to more than 25,000 young people and their families in Kenosha, Milwaukee and Racine Counties. Your support makes programs such as Learning for Life and Multicultural Scouting possible for kids in central city neighborhoods.