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Rider University to Present CDLS Leadership Legacy Award at Chamber Holiday Luncheon

Mr. Harold V. Laudien, President and CEO of Mercer Wealth Management

At this year’s MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce Holiday Luncheon, Rider University’s Center for the Development of Leadership Skills is pleased to present its newest leadership recognition for a local community member – the CDLS Leadership Legacy Award!

The purpose of the award is to highlight the leadership excellence of those in our community who have demonstrated service to others in their professional and personal endeavors.  Additionally, it recognizes the significant contributions that the recipient has made in their communities that will impact future generations.

The inaugural recipient of the CDLS Leadership Legacy Award for a community member is Mr. Harold V. Laudien, President and CEO of Mercer Wealth Management, a six year old financial services firm based in Hamilton NJ.  Mr. Laudien is an active contributor to many organizations, including Rider University, RWJ University Hospital Hamilton, and St. Ann’s Church in Lawrenceville.  He also strives to advance the finance industry by participating in think tanks, continuing to educate himself and share his knowledge, and assure that his services are focused on positive impact and the increased performance of those around him.  Mercer Wealth Management has been awarded the “Best Investment Advisor” by the Trenton Times for the past two years based on popular vote, and Mr. Laudien has worked on the RWJ Young Professionals for the past four years, assisting to fulfill the group’s $200,000 multiyear pledge towards the H.H. Tuchman Pediatric Emergency Center, which will be complete in the Spring of 2016.

Please join us in congratulating Mr. Laudien, and we look forward to formally recognizing him at the upcoming Holiday Luncheon.

To read more about the award, please visit www.rider.edu/cdls and click on the “Leadership Legacy Award” tab.

 

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