This past Tuesday was an evening celebrating entrepreneurship, education, and entertainment. Movado Group, Inc. hosted Turn 2 Foundation’s “Jeter’s Leaders” which featured jazz artist Bryan Carter, 24, and vegan chef and cookbook author, Chloe Coscarelli, 28.
Students in the Jeter’s Leaders program received an awesome opportunity to learn about innovation and how the featured, young entrepreneurs turned the dreams into reality. The event’s theme was centered on Movado’s history which started in 1881 by a 19 year old entrepreneur.
Derek Jeter established Turn 2 Foundation in 1996, promoting healthy lifestyles, academic achievement and social change activism amongst high school students. The Turn 2 Foundation is managed by Jeter’s sister, Sharlee Jeter, who also serves as the organization’s president.