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St. Norbert College's Dean Stewart Wins Green Bay Packers Mentor Protégé Program Award

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From St. Norbert College, February 5, 2021
by Mike Counter,, 920-362-8864

Dean Stewart, executive director of the Center for Exceptional Leadership in the Schneider School of Business & Economics at St. Norbert College, was named Most Valuable Mentor for the Green Bay Packers Mentor Protégé Graduation Program.

“While I appreciate the personal recognition, I honestly had the good fortune of being paired with an incredible manufacturing company: Reynolds Packaging,” said Stewart.

“Owners Lisa and Kelly Reynolds are a dynamic duo, who not only survived the disruption caused by the pandemic, but thrived due to their innovative and forward-thinking decision-making. It was an absolute pleasure to work with them and their team over the past year,” Stewart added.

Reynolds Packaging, based in Ashwaubenon, won the Comeback Player of the Year Award.
The graduation program normally takes place at Lambeau Field but, because of COVID-19, was a virtual event this year. Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy, along with Aaron Popkey, director of public affairs for the Packers, participated in the ceremony.

“The Green Bay Packers Mentor Protégé Program is a valuable resource for small businesses in this state, and we are very fortunate that the Packers have chosen to support this initiative,” Stewart added.

Jim Harris, assistant professor of business administration - marketing at St. Norbert College and executive in residence to the Packers Mentor Protégé Program, and some of his students were recognized for the assistance that both he and his students provided many of the businesses.

For more on the Green Bay Packers Protégé Program, go to

For more information on the Center for Exceptional Leadership at St. Norbert College, go to

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