Rony Jabour was awarded in Las Vegas for his work lent to education

United Safety Net CEO Rony Jabour was announced as the recipient of the 2022 Education 2.0 Outstanding Leadership Award in Las Vegas.

Rony Jabour recently received the Education Leadership Award at the Education 2.0 Conference, which brings together education leaders, EdTech innovators, policymakers, and researchers to address the biggest issues affecting global education.

The conference highlights disruptive technologies and practices that have the ability to shape the future of learning and teaching.

ElSr. Jaboura trainer of safety courses authorized by OSHA in Boston-Massachusetts, He was selected from among several teachers and is being recognized for his contributions to education and the enrichment of the global learning community.

“I humbly receive this award and would like to first honor and thank God for this incredible opportunity. Thank you for organizing this great event here in Las Vegas. This award is a recognition of more than 15 years of hard work. I never imagined that I would be an educator, when I left a small town in Brazil, about 20 years ago. But thinking about what happened in my life, I wish it wasn’t different. God gave me the opportunity to teach and help workers to work safely and come home to their loved one every day after a long work commute. I am very happy with this opportunity and I see it as a gift from God. I would like to dedicate this award to all environmental health and safety educators around the world, including teachers in Brazil, my home country. These educators do a lot with almost no resources. Thank you for all the team that supports me and for United Safety Net”, dice Rony Jabour, director de United Safety Net.

The Education 2.0 Conference took place between December 19 and 21 of this year, being held in a privileged location such as the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas.

Educational leaders from around the world were invited to attend and learn innovative and effective strategies that empower 21st century pedagogical models.

Those who have made far-reaching contributions were highlighted and recognized for raising the level of education and improving learning outcomes.

Attendees had the opportunity to network with veterans in the field, be inspired by insights in their areas of expertise, and expand their brand’s global footprint.

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