New England Consul-General Susie Kitchens and members of the Boston Business community turned out for a “Water Cooler Football” event at the Consulate in Kendall Square on Tuesday, January 8. Diane Darling and former Boston College Athletic Director Gene DeFilippo spoke to guests about the mysteries American Football and business networking. Bill Geist and the
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Retired Boston College Athletic Director Gene DeFilippo and Boston Author Diane Darling to Appear in CBS Sunday Morning Segment Boston (January 11, 2013) – CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Bill Geist is learning about football from Bostonians. Geist may have written books on Little League, golf and more but it now looks like he’s taking on
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Learning a New Field – Football 101 - October 24, 2012 It was Monday morning in the higher-education capital of the universe, and in a second-floor classroom in Boston, 35 students were absorbed in a lecture on perhaps the critical subject of our times. Rising health care costs? The global economy? Educating young people for the
Let’s Talk Touchdowns - Newsweek, November 28, 2008 In a down economy, a networking guru is hosting Football 101 tutorials. Her theory: being able to discuss sports may spur friendships and help build careers.