Tag Archives: Communication technology

Industry-Elites-Albert-Boufarah

Albert Boufarah is an entrepreneur and multiple business owner from Freehold, NJ. After starting his first two companies in early adulthood (one dealing with traditional waste management and the other…

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Industry Elites on Medium.com

Saul Mishkin is a serial entrepreneur and business developer, as well as an inventor. Originally from Lima, Peru, he currently lives in the United States and serves as president and…

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Tom Kalous

Tom Kalous, Ph.D. was born in Sidney, Nebraska and his family moved to Colorado when he was 16 months old.  So, he considers himself a semi-native of Colorado.  Dr. Kalous…

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Peter Lowes

We asked Peter Lowes five questions on how he views success. See what he says has been the guide to his journey towards success within his career and personal life…

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Industry Elites - Terrell Strayhorn

In our final episode with Dr. Terrell Strayhorn, we continued our conversation of growth and achieving success. Natalie, Vicki and Dr. Terrell also discussed different forms of rejection that come…

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Industry Elites - Terrell Strayhorn

In this week’s episode of Industry Elites, we continue with part 2 of our discussion with Terrell Strayhorn. We take a deeper dive into the anxieties that graduating high school…

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Industry Elites Vlad Rigenco

We asked Vlad Rigenco five questions on how he views success. See what he says has been the guide to his journey towards success within his career and personal life…

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Industry Elites Alex Nieora

For the 10th episode of Industry Elites, Natalie and Vicki talk about the current housing market and some of the stereotypes that have stuck with the argument of whether people…

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Industry Elites - Terrell Strayhorn

In Episode 9 of Industry Elites, we have Part 1 of 3 with the President of Do Good Work LLC, Dr. Terrell Strayhorn. Natalie and Vicki chat with Terrell about…

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Industry Elites Medium.com

Everyone can agree that maintaining connections and being in constant contact with others could not be easier in 2020, however without the ability to meet face to face it is difficult for group collaboration.

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