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Jason Rinsky joined DRS Technologies in 2006 as Senior Vice President and Chief Tax Officer. DRS is a leading supplier of integrated products, services and support to military forces, intelligence agencies and prime contractors worldwide with a focus in defense technology. In his position, Jason is responsible for the global tax posture and compliance of DRS and its subsidiary operations. In addition to serving on the board of Heroes and Cool Kids, Jason also serves as a Director of the DRS Technologies Charitable Foundation, which in recent years has raised and contributed over $4,000,000 to charity, specifically those supporting our veterans and their families. The charitable foundation was established in 2006 in order to provide grants to causes that reflect its commitment to current and former members of the military, the health and education of children, and community and civic causes that improve the quality of life in DRS site communities. Jason also serves on various industry related boards and organizations. Prior to his employment with DRS, he worked in the tax department of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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The "I Drive For" campaign focused on a multitude of fronts and involved various school clubs and community partnerships. Through our efforts, we expanded the campaign this year to include an outreach effort that allowed our Heroes and Cool Kids program to make the "I Drive for" Campaign an exciting curricular-based initiative that spotlights decision making and being a responsible and safe passenger when being transported in a motor vehicle.

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Jason Rinsky joined DRS Technologies in 2006 as Senior Vice President and Chief Tax Officer. DRS is a leading supplier of integrated products, services and support to military forces, intelligence agencies and prime contractors worldwide with a focus in defense technology. In his position, Jason is responsible for the global tax posture and compliance of DRS and its subsidiary operations. In addition to serving on the board of Heroes and Cool Kids, Jason also serves as a Director of the DRS Technologies Charitable Foundation, which in recent years has raised and contributed over $4,000,000 to charity, specifically those supporting our veterans and their families. The charitable foundation was established in 2006 in order to provide grants to causes that reflect its commitment to current and former members of the military, the health and education of children, and community and civic causes that improve the quality of life in DRS site communities. Jason also serves on various industry related boards and organizations. Prior to his employment with DRS, he worked in the tax department of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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Please critique my essay. Heroes and Cool Kids is a program to help sixth graders make better decisions in their lives. Before actually visiting them, the high school …At the Heroes and Cool Kids Feb. 18 board meeting, County Executive Dennis McNerney named the program the Bergen County "Organization of the Year" and Harper, a former New York Jets football player, the "Person of the Year" for 2009-2010.When the Heroes and Cool Kids non-profit mentoring program was first established, co-founders Bruce Harper and Susan Rudolph had no idea of the impact they would have on local students. But 12 years later, the organization's success has been recognized at the county level.The "Heroes and Cool Kids Program" began operating during the 1998-99 school year as a not-for-profit organization based in New Jersey. The program utilizes the services of current and former professional athletes whose personal life experiences enable them to train high school student leaders.
The Heroes and Cool Kids 2nd Annual Bikers Against Bullying Motorcycle Run will be held at Vonage in Holmdel, New Jersey on May 9th, 2015.

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The Heroes and Cool Kids is a not for profit organization that uses current and former professional athletes to train high school students to mentor fifth and sixth …

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McNerney had many nice things to say about both the program and Harper, stressing how imperative programs like Heroes and Cool Kids are in the community.

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Stephen M. Inglesino has been an active participant in the Heroes and Cool Kids program for many years and joined the Board of Directors in 2007. He is a Vice President with TD Bank Wealth Management in Ramsey, NJ. Prior to TD Bank, Steve was associated with JP Morgan Securities in New York City and the Private Banking Divisions of Summit Bank in Morristown, NJ and Independence Community Bank based in Brooklyn, NY.