Prof. Joseph E. Iesué, current Chairman, was selected in January of 2013 for his extensive knowledge and experience in organizational leadership, marketing, public policy, student services, and academia.
His commitment to Civic Enterprise Network, innovative ideas, and his dedication towards the concept of volunteerism speak well for the future of Civic Enterprise Network in his capable hands.
Chairman Iesué, originally from Erie Pennsylvania is currently an Assistant Professor in business and a student affairs coordinator. He has degrees in Business Leadership, and International Public Policy having also acquired certificates in Public Administration and Public Policy Research. Presently he also serves as a research fellow for the Civic Research Lab (CRL).
In his free time he spends a lot of time assisting his students, reading and writing and enjoys watching movies and traveling.
Milestones of his tenure
21st Century Marketing Campaign
15 new partners and sponsors
20+ new countries with active CEN membership
60% increase in global staffing
99.98% reduction in budgetary spending
Elimination of membership dues
6 new projects, streamlined international activites
Successfully planned the 2nd Largest College Tournament
MinHyuk Kwon (Richard) is a dual citizen of both the United States and the Republic of Korea (South Korea). After 15 years of educational experience within the United States, Richard is going to university in South Korea where he is currently pursuing a degree in business and has been active in shaping a new department.
As Administrative Director, Richard works directly for the Executive Chairman and is tasked with assisting to manage all programs and societies affiliated with Civic Enterprise Network. In addition, Richard's work and educational experience make him perfectly suited to organize the Higher Education Campaign for Civic Enterprise Network, which offers international students a scholarship to attend university in the United States.