All are invited to a campus-wide presentation featuring Robert “Gus” Gusentine, visiting Woodrow Wilson Fellow
Water: Understanding the Challenge
Tuesday, Oct. 6, 6:30 p.m. Cabrini College, Mansion
During a weeklong residency, retired U.S. Navy captain and co-founder and chief operating officer for Global Sounding Inc. Robert “Gus” Gusentine will meet with Cabrini students, faculty, staff, and community partners to discuss sustainable access to water.
All are welcome to the free, campuswide presentation.
Gusentine’s residency is part of the Woodrow Wilson Fellows program which brings prominent leaders and nonacademic professionals to campuses across the U.S. for substantive dialogue with students and faculty members.
Robert Gusentine is co-founder and chief operating officer for Global Sounding Inc., a private enterprise designed to assess and monitor the global fresh water supply to provide accurate information to governments, businesses, and the global community.
Gusentine serves on the Board of Directors for Elsie’s Hope, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit corporation devoted to improving the living conditions of people around the world by providing sustainable access to clean water.
The Elsie’s Hope mission is to increase the number of water filtration systems in the field, support traditional social structures, and provide volunteers an opportunity to serve and support developing populations through boots-on-the-ground efforts.
Gusentine has 28 years of experience leading collaborative, high-performance teams of U.S. special operations forces in dynamic and challenging circumstances worldwide.
Serving in more than 30 countries, he has interfaced with senior foreign officials, U.S. and foreign ambassadors, and the U.S. inter-agency in countries key to U.S. national interests.