Company: Staten Island Cricket Club
Location: Queens Village, New York, United States
Clarence L. Modeste, president of the Staten Island Cricket Club, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business management.
Having accumulated over four decades of experience, Mr. Modeste is a proven business leader. For 40 years, he has thrived as the president of the Staten Island Cricket Club, having previously acquired a wealth of practiced expertise serving in leadership positions within the field of medical science. To wit, he worked extensively in radiology and biomedical engineering management at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, where he also previously founded and oversaw a school for x-ray technicians. Outside of his primary professional endeavors, Mr. Modeste also remains active as a supporter of Project Hospitality.
As part of his vocational journey, Mr. Modeste pursued a formal education, earning a bachelor’s degree in political science at Hunter College and a Master of Public Administration at Long Island University. Well-regarded for his professional and academic achievements, he has been featured in various publications, including The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph in the United Kingdom, The Caravan in India and The Adelaide Review in Australia. Furthermore, Mr. Modeste was inducted into the Cricket Hall of Fame. In light of his fulfilling career, he has largely attributed his success to the guidance and support of his parents.
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