College Speaking with Greek University's Michael Ayalon

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Building safer communities.

The guest on this episode is Michael Ayalon, the CEO of Greek University.

Michael is a keynote speaker focusing on building safer communities for Fraternities and Sororities. He began Greek University in 2015 and found that he could not solve all of the problems. He started interviewing people that had knowledge on intense issues and hired them to be a part of his team. Each of 14 speakers has their own niche such as mental issues and suicide prevention. Michael says he sees a common trend of issues on all college campuses such as drug and alcohol abuse, sexual assault, and hazing and wants to fix these issues and prevent them.

Learn more about Michael's determination to make fraternities safer and more on this episode of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur.

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