Ep 2: Russell Pratali (w/ Christopher Gomez)

by | Dec 23, 2020 | Podcasts | 0 comments

Show Description

The Leading Virtuously Podcast’s mission is to nurture the business community by offering testimonials of executives that are leading virtuously to inspire you to do the same. The guests on this show are executives from top organizations that will provide actionable tips, tools, and techniques for improving your leadership style, career, and life in general.

About our Guest

Russell Pratali is the Principal CEO at River of Light Ltd., a non-profit organization dedicated to picking up and delivering perishable food products to needy individuals, homeless shelters, food pantries, and soup kitchens throughout Chicagoland six days a week. In this episode, Russell tells Chris about his experiences being commissioned by (now canonized Saint) Mother Teresa of Calcutta three separate times to feed the most vulnerable of society. Through his work, Russell has shown how business leaders can serve the poor by leading a selfless lifestyle. He is also a husband to his wife of over fifty years, a father of two, and a grandfather of six.

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