Campolo, Middleton & McCormick is proud to recognize Managing Partner Joe Campolo on his “graduation” from the Energeia Partnership on February 7, 2018, joining an esteemed group of Long Island leaders who face the region’s challenges head-on.

Energeia, named for a Greek word used to describe the demonstration of inner character in deeds, is a leadership academy focused on identifying and addressing the issues that challenge Long Island.  Each “class” of Long Island leaders participates in a two-year academy based at Molloy College featuring a series of programs, each focusing on a particular issue impacting the region.

“When I started with Energeia two years ago, I wasn’t sure what to expect. But I soon found myself exploring and becoming educated on the challenges facing Long Island, and vastly improved my perspective on key issues such as education, racism, energy, healthcare, and transportation,” Campolo said. “It was a terrific beginning down a path designed to help Long Island leaders become more thoughtful about different perspectives before making decisions that impact people and society at large.”

Campolo has also been elected to the Energeia Board of Advisors, where he will develop programming to educate the next generation of Long Island leaders.