Reggie Fils-Aimé to teach at Cornell University in New York

"Regginator is going back to school!"

Just six months after stepping down as president of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aimé is heading back to his old university to become their first Leader in Residence.

Reggie graduated from Cornell University in 1983, and his new role will see him delivering lectures and meeting with the university's community, helping teach students about "leadership, conscious capitalism, and service".

His first talk at Cornell University's Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management takes place on the 21st October and is open to the public. So if you happen to find yourself in Ithaca, New York, you'll be able to partake in some light refreshments while Reggie shares his principles on how to develop your leadership qualities.

Just don't be late to his classes.

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