Category: CEO

Dr. Mark McKenna; the CEO of OVME

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There are few Doctors licensed by Georgia and Florida State Board of Medical Examiners. Dr. Mark McKenna is one of the doctors authorized by the board and his experience in surgery and medicine is unmatched. He is also an entrepreneur who developed an interest in real estate a long time ago. He has always worked…

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Redefines Corporate Management At Bradesco

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Investing in economic opportunities translates into the maximization of profit margins. Bradesco is one of the few banks in the South America that is attracting the attention of investors right, left, and center. First of all, Luiz Carlos Trabuco assured investors who contribute to the development of infrastructure in Brazil that they would get long-term…

George Soros: Chairman and Founder of the Open Society Foundations

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George Soros is one of the richest people in the world. In fact, he is more than $24 billion worth of money. George Soros has amassed a great amount of his wealth from the risky currency trades. For over three decades of professional experience, George Soros has worked towards developing a platform that attains the…

Gregory Aziz, the man behind National Steel Car in Canada

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Behind any successful company lies a competent leader, and so is Gregory Aziz at National Steel Car. He is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the National Steel Company. The company boasts over 100 year’s reputation in engineering and manufacturing industry. In fact, the company is one of the leading railroad freight and tank…

Women embracing leadership

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In 2013, women held only 4.6 percent of the Fortune 1000 CEO positions. During the same period, only 19 women held high electorate offices as prime ministers and presidents around the world. This shows how gender diversity continues to remain a highly contentious debate in leadership roles. One of the few women who has defied…

Susan McGalla Provides Best Advice For Better Business Leadership

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Susan McGalla has done an amazing job building a career as a leader in the marketing world. She has been able to solidify her role as a consultant, and she has also managed to leave from the CEO position over more than one company. Her time is valuable so people should be quick to listen…

In Pursuit of Excellence: Maggie Gill–Memorial CEO is Moving Forward to Pursue a New Professional Direction:

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Maggie Gill, the CEO of MUMC, in Savannah, Georgia, recently surprised Board Members, announcing her decision to depart friendly ways, with MUMC, in order to pursue other professional interests and opportunities. The engaging and popular CEO has made quite a positive impact on MUMC (Memorial University Medical Center), during her successful tenure, at the quality…

Maggie Gill–Memorial Health’s CEO Understands the Needs of Various Sectors of the Region’s Population:

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Memorial Health is an exceptional healthcare system. The institution, Memorial University Medical Center, located in Savannah, Georgia, continues to win awards year after year. It has a gold seal of approval from the Joint Commission. Such accreditation is only afforded to institutions exhibiting the best in way of superior levels of health care performance. Ms….

Jason Halpern’s JMH Development Announces Topping Off At Aloft South Beach

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Principal Jason Halpern is the leader of JMH Development. He has announced that the company, JMH Development, ha reached the topping off of the Southern Aloft Beach project under construction. For the enterprise, this means that they have moved a great milestone in this project. The 345-room motel is scheduled to be opened in Miami…

Billy McFarland’s Success With Magnises

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According to Crunchbase, Successful business startups is not unusual for Billy McFarland. He began his first business at the tender age of 13, which was a procedure for finding customers for a local business establishment. While he was a computer engineering student as a freshman at Bucknell University, he formed a company called Spling, which…

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