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Our Featured Guests for Sunday, May 19th are Sam Caucci and our Executive Spotlight is Michele Joseph

Sam Caucci is the Founder & CEO of 1Huddle (formerly Sales Huddle), which offers a workforce training platform using science-backed, quick-burst games to help companies across the globe to make training more fun, effective and accessible for their employees. Leading the charge to help organizations better prepare their people for the workforce. Clients are from across multiple sectors including professional sports teams, politics/government, hospitality, retail, automotive, college/universities, and more. 1Huddle has been featured on CNN, Fox News, CNBC, SKY News, The Huffington Post, Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal and is supported by some of the world’s best VC’s and investors, including 500 Startups and Newark Venture Partners. You can visit his website at

Michele Joseph is the Founder and Executive Director of SGAP Leaders (Student Global Ambassador Program), a non-profit organization with a vision to cultivate the next generation of global leaders through programs for 7th – 12th grade students, focused on STEM, Sustainability and Social Justice. SGAP Leaders impacts 2152 students and 67 schools and school districts in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Ms. Joseph attained her MBA in strategy and marketing from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, and her BSc in Biology/Environmental Sciences from Catholic University of America. She also has over 10 years of strategy, marketing and branding experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors. You can visit her website at

Visit the pitch presenters for May 19th at their websites: 

Zula Oliveira with SGAP Leaders (Student Global Ambassador Program), is a 12th grader from Madison High School, NJ, who attended the 2019 Student Leadership Conference at the United Nations through sponsorship by SGPA Leaders. SGAP Leaders serves curious and ambitious young leaders (7th -12th graders) who want to make a difference in the world at

Brandon Persaud with KB Operation Hope, is a student at the Knox School of Saint James, New York and a volunteer with KB Operation Hope, a non-profit organization that advocates to governments for the welfare of international poverty-stricken children, and through donations, provides these children with educational and medical necessities at