There is very little information available about possible philanthropy. In 2013, they gave $25,000 to the Miami Children’s Health Foundation. They have also made at least 3 $5,000-$9,999 gifts to Blythedale Children’s Hospital and gifts of unknown sizes to Friends of the University of Nottingham America.
According to his article, “The Battle Against Fast Food Begins In The Home”, the author, columnist and blogger Daniel Weintraub, argues parents, not fast-food companies or the government are responsible for their child's health and well being. Weintraub supports this claim by providing data from the Center For Public Health Advocacy on the subject of overweight schoolchildren, State law recommendations outlining nutritional standards, and his own experience with the problem. Weintraub intends to convince or persuade the parents or parent to accept the blame for their overweight child. From my standpoint, however, it is clear the
When Still graduated from high school, he attended medical school at Wilberforce University, in Ohio. He conducted the university band, learned to play many types of instruments, and started to compose and to do orchestrations. He was awarded a scholarship to
a commercial cleaning, landscape and handyman services company. He is also the CEO and founder of the Union Bethel Intergenerational Center, Inc. (IGC) and the CEO and founder of Prestigious Property Management, Inc. He holds memberships in many other community and national organizations.
Nathan has been married twice. His first marriage was to Sara Jane Jordan on 10/6/2007. They divorced in September 2010 due to her infidelity. Nathan has one child from this marriage, Savanna Hunt age 7. Savanna lives with her mother and step-father at 124 2nd street, Roxana, IL 62084. She stays with Nathan everyother weekend. Nathan and Sam married on 6/1/2013 in Prairietown, IL at the Firemen's Hall. They met through Sam’s friend’s husband worked with Nathan. They had a BBQ at their house and both Sam and Nathan were invited. They have been married for almost 3 years and enjoy spending time with each other. They work and play well together and have a lot of fun doing so. They try to make all large decisions together and regularly talk about where they want to be in the future and how they can better their
Since 2006, Nick Cladis has handled a range of portfolio management and planning duties as the owner of Billings’ Cladis Investment Advisory, LLC. Specific financial
I had the opportunity to interview with Scott Sluis, who is employed with Zions Bank. Sluis is positioned as the Vice President/Branch manager for all Zions banks located in Weber County. There are 5 branches within Weber County with a total of just over 100, which Sluis oversees. He manages all aspects of the financial center, however, his main focus is small business lending. He also has a specialty in SBA, which stands for small business administration. Also, he visits and assists the branch managers in Weber County in achieving their branch’s team goals, which in the end help achieve the entire organizations goals. Sluis has had a total of 26 years of experience in retail and banking management and a total of 28 years dealing with customer service and sales. He has been with Zions Bank since 2003.
Joseph Szabo, born in 1944 in Toledo (Ohio), is a contemporary American photographer, whose body of work could serve as an intimate chronicle of adolescence over the past four decades. Receiving his education from Pratt Institute in New York (1968), Szabo started his teaching experience, firstly at Malverne High School in New York (1972-1999), and later also lecturing at the International Center of Photography (since 1978). Since the very beginning, he started to intensively observe his students, what later resulted in his landmark book "Almost Grown" (1978), instantly acclaimed by critics. In the one thematic body of work, Szabo has been recording the Jones Beach in Long Island (since 1969), or documented the Rolling Stones' Philadelphia concert (1978) through the portraits of the
Robert K. Herdman joined the Board in 2008. He is the Managing Director of Kalorama Partners, LLC, a consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Mr. Herdman belongs to the Audit Committee; the Compensation Committee; and the Governance and Nominating Committee.
James Tithe is manager of a large branch office of a major Midwestern brokerage firm, Brock
Tech entrepreneur and real estate investor, Arthur Becker is the current Executive Directors of Navsite, Inc. According to an overview published in Bloomberg, the 66 year old mercurial investor is also the Chief Executive Officer of digital media Distribution Company called Zino, LLC and is the Cofounder of Atlantic Investor LLC. The other designation he holds includes that of advisor to Vera Wang Fashion Company for 7 years. He previously served as Chief Executive Officer at Zinio LLC, Managing Member of Madison Technologies, LLC and Vice Chairman and Director of ClearBlue Technologies, Inc. At Navsite, where Arthur works as Executive Director is a NASDAQ quoted company that offers a host of services, including tech application
The last few days of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern’s lives are interesting, to say the least. It all begins when King Claudius of Denmark enlists the pair to spy on his stepson, their best friend Hamlet, who is faking insanity to catch Claudius off guard and avenge the death of his father. Hamlet quickly discovers their spying, and he starts turning on the two and insulting them for being pawns to the corrupt king. Hamlet later murders another one of the king’s spies, and as punishment he is sent off to England in the company of his former best friends. However, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are unaware that their letter of introduction is actually a request that the English execute Hamlet. Hamlet escapes with pirates, but not before discovering
Mr. Frank Gilbreth, Sr. once said, “There is no waste in the world that equals the waste from needless, ill-directed, and ineffective motions.” As an efficiency expert, he often expected much from his children. Many critics feel that it is unfair for parents to require so much from their children as the Gilbreths did, but the Gilbreth dozen turned out to be exceptionally successful.
District 9. Dir. Neill Blomkamp. By Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell. Prod. Peter Jackson and
When I analyze the actions and character of a leader, I will begin analyzing the period in the socio-economic and security aspects. Ben-Gurion's period is characterized by the threat of survival for the State of Israel and the Jewish community of about 600 thousand people and a difficult economic situation and lack of infrastructure both physical and spiritual. Benjamin Netanyahu's term is characterized by a stronger Israel than a regional power, a developed economy, and existing infrastructures.