Jennifer Przybylo A'99
Jennifer Przybylo A’99 has co-authored a book with Nina Vasan entitled, Do Good Well: Your Guide to Leadership, Action, and Social Innovation, which launched Monday, March 25, on Amazon.com.
The book “…shows that by taking action and harnessing creativity and innovation, you can chip away at daunting social problems, lifting people out of poverty, improving health, protecting the environment, advancing human rights and increasing opportunity – you can lead lasting social progress. It’s a practical, personalized guide to leadership that bridges the gap between good intention and lasting results, between doing good and doing good well.”
“As the name suggests, the topics covered in the book are very much in keeping with the Goals and Criteria and are ultimately very much a result of the values I embraced as a child of the Sacred Heart!” Przybylo noted.
Przybylo also notes in the book how thankful she is to Wenche Haverkamp, Mark Anderson, Lynn Patterson, Dale Ziegler, and Jody Stawicki, teachers she had at Sacred Heart who made a difference in her life and instilled a life-long love of learning within her.
At a young age, Przybylo sought out volunteering activities that allowed her to channel her energies serving others. With all the work Przybylo had done during her adolescence, she was named Illinois’s top high school volunteer by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. For her community leadership, she was honored as a United States Senate Youth Program Delegate and a Toyota Community Scholar.
Przybylo and Vasan believe that everyone can make a difference; so they started writing a book to fuel and maximize personal impact. The Do Good Well Method involves three steps - Step 1: Do What Works, Step 2: Work Together and Step 3: Make It Last.
Przybylo wants student and young adult readers to know this book is also for them! Do Good Well offers an interactive website that young readers may check out!
Do Good Well: Your Guide to Leadership, Action, and Social Innovation is available for purchase at www.dogoodwell.org/ or at www.Amazon.com.
For more information on the book, you can like its facebook page or follow the DoGoodWellTeam on twitter.