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Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein

By Shalom Klein
Join Shalom Klein each week and get down to business! An avid networker and dedicated entrepreneur, Shalom will share the advice you need, the strategies that work and the stories of success to help you with both business and jobs.
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Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 02/14/2021 - Michael Goldberg, Karen McCall, Tracy Lamourie and Shaun Martin

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Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/23/2022 - TJ Bonaventura, Sean Rosensteel, Madan Kulkarni and Cherryl Marcey
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January 19, 2022
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/16/2022 - Ray Arata, David Ehrlichman and Lauren Weinstein
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40:06
January 12, 2022
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/09/2022 - Murray Sabrin, Luke Arrigoni and David Bodanis
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40:40
January 05, 2022
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/02/2022 - Helle Bank Jorgensen and Dr. Gayle Randall
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December 29, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 12/26/2021 - John Estafanous, Jay Jay and Jill Miller
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40:06
December 22, 2021
#WeAllServe Episode #62 with SEAC (Ret) John Wayne Troxell
John Wayne Troxell is a retired United States Army senior noncommissioned officer who served as the third Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity he served as the principal advisor to the Chairman and the Secretary of Defense on all matters related to the troops of the United States Armed Forces to include the lethality, readiness, fitness, welfare and deployability of the force, as well as joint force development and education. This position made Troxell the most senior enlisted member of the United States Armed Forces. He enlisted in September 1982 as an armored reconnaissance specialist and graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Troxell served in the United States Army for well over 37 years in numerous units throughout his career. They include the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Fort Bliss, Texas; two tours in Germany with the 3rd Armored Division and 3rd Infantry Division; two tours in the 82nd Airborne Division in Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Campbell University Reserve Officer Training Corps in Buies Creek, North Carolina; and the Special Operations Division of Joint Task Force Six (Counterdrug) in El Paso, Texas. Troxell has served as the Command Sergeant Major of the 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division in Fort Drum, New York and Iraq; the Regimental Command Sergeant Major of the 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment in both Fort Polk, Louisiana and Fort Lewis, Washington; the Command Sergeant Major of the 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division in Fort Lewis, Washington and during the Surge in Iraq; the 21st Command Sergeant Major of the US Army Armor Center and Fort Knox, Kentucky; the Command Sergeant Major of the US Army Accessions Command and Human Resource Center of Excellence in Fort Knox, Kentucky; the Command Sergeant Major of US Army I Corps at Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington; the Command Senior Enlisted Leader of the International Security Assistance Force Joint Command in Afghanistan and the Command Senior Enlisted Leader of the United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command/United States Forces Korea. Troxell was sworn in as the SEAC on December 11, 2015 and finished his tour of duty on December 13, 2019. His official retirement date was March 31, 2020. Troxell’s five combat tours of duty include making the combat parachute jump and service in Operation Just Cause in Panama, Operation Desert Shield/Storm, two tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. As the SEAC, Troxell routinely visited troops deployed to countries around the world to include Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, Libya and numerous others to gain the pulse of the force for the Chairman and Secretary. His military education includes Ranger, Airborne, Jumpmaster, Pathfinder, PLDC, BNCOC, ANCOC, and the First Sergeants Course. He is a graduate of Class 51 of the US Army Sergeants Major Course and the Command Sergeants Major Course. Troxell is also a graduate of the National Defense University Keystone Joint Command Senior Enlisted Course, the US Army War College Strategic Leader Development Course, the US Army Intermediate Strategic Leader Defense Course at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the US Army Advanced Strategic Leader Development Course at Southwest Airlines and Exxon Mobile headquarters. Troxell is also a fellow at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Strategic Studies in Honolulu, Hawaii. His civilian education includes a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in strategic leadership from Trident University in California. Troxell’s awards and decorations include the Combat Action Badge, the Ranger tab, the Master Parachutist Badge with combat jump star device, the Pathfinder Badge, the Driver Badge, the Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge, the 82nd Airborne Division, 10th Mountain Division,
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December 22, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 12/19/2021 - Mark Fujiwara, Tom Miroballi and Mike Malatesta
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December 15, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 12/12/2021 - Kevin Kehoe, Dean Lindsay and Lou Sandoval
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40:04
December 08, 2021
#WeAllServe Episode #61 with Frank Goehringer of PRIDE Industries
Frank Goehringer joined PRIDE Industries in 2012, after serving 21 years in the California Army National Guard and one tour of duty,  Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. He is a service-connected disabled Veteran. While serving in the National Guard Frank worked in Real Estate as a Loan Officer and Realtor.  At PRIDE Industries Frank supports three departments: Recruiting to help facilitate the recruiting of  Veterans, Rehabilitation Department by proving supportive services to Veteran employees as well as supporting the Proposal Department when responding to RFP’s by drafting recruiting strategies to hire Veterans.  Frank’s passion is to help Veterans by volunteering and supporting the local Veteran Service Organizations: American Legion, AUSA (Association of the US Army, DAV, (SacVERG) Sacramento Employer Resource Group, VAC (Veterans Affiliated Council) and the VFW. In his spare time, you’ll find Frank enjoying time with his family, traveling and outdoor sports.
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December 07, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 12/05/2021 - David Mattson, Molly Rose and Ajay Sunkara
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40:13
December 02, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #60 with Mike Kelly and A-Jay Orr
Advocating and Supporting Our Nation’s Veteran and Military Entrepreneurs There are more than 2.5 million veteran-owned businesses in the United States, but that still accounts for just 9% of small businesses in the U.S. In recognition of our nation’s military-affiliated entrepreneurs, and as part of USAA’s 100th anniversary in 2022, USAA has joined with Bunker Labs to launch a six-city pitch contest to showcase, celebrate and support the next generation of entrepreneurs, with a focus on veterans and military spouses. The “From Service to Start-Up” pitch contest, which features a $100,000 grand prize and $180,000 in additional placement prizes, seeks to reinforce to the veteran community that their military service and experience are valued and that their leadership and positive contributions to their communities are important. USAA has provided Bunker Labs more than $2.5 million since 2018 to ensure military-connected entrepreneurs receive the resources and support needed to start successful business ventures through programs such as Veteran in Residence, a six-month startup incubator that provides veterans, military spouses, and military family members with the community, national business network, and resources needed to grow their business. MAJ (Ret.) Mike Kelly, Assistant Vice President of Military Advocacy at USAA. Mike, along with his team, focus on key veteran and spouse issues, including navigating the transition into the civilian workforce, entrepreneurship, financial readiness, and more. A-Jay Orr, U.S. Army Veteran and Founder and CEO of Simple Plan IT. A-Jay is an award-winning author, IT security expert and founder and CEO of Simple Plan IT – a technology and digital risk management company. A-Jay joined the Bunker Labs community to give back and support the veteran community. He is part of the Bunker Labs Ohio leadership team where he helps to mentor other veteran entrepreneurs and connect them with the resources they need to be successful.
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December 01, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 11/29/2021 - Nicole DeJoris, Chris Craddock and Augie Johnston
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40:14
November 24, 2021
#WeAllServe Episode #59 with Jim Bland
Jim Bland has approximately 27 years of management, investment, mergers & acquisitions, and leadership experience. Jim began his career as a field artillery officer in the United States Army. He has also worked for corporations such as E&Y and HSBC, North America. He is currently an investment partner at NextGen Growth Partners, a growth-oriented private equity firm making investments in the lower end of the middle market. He also serves as the Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army for Illinois (which carries a 3-Star protocol rank) and as a Trustee for a Chicago suburb of approximately 50,000 residents. Over Jim’s career, he has served on nearly 20 private company, non-profit and government boards. Jim holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from the United State Military Academy and an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Jim is happily married and has two terrific children.
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November 24, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 11/21/2021 - Tim Franz, Ilene Gordon & Bram Bluestein and Ron & Sue Rescigno
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40:06
November 17, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #58 with BG Scott Hiipakka
Scott Hiipakka serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Michigan Israel Business Accelerator, a nonprofit economic development organization, responsible for accelerating Michigan’s innovation ecosystem, one Israeli connection at a time. With a focus in mobility, defense, cyber/AI, food+ag tech, and health/life sciences, his vision is to make Michigan a premier partner for Israeli innovation.   Previously, he served as the Director of the Office of Performance and Transformation for the State of Michigan where he was responsible for the integration of strategic programs along with overseeing planning, audit, process improvement, program management, and employee engagement for over 40,000 state employees. Before, Scott Hiipakka was appointed as the Program Management Director-Executive Office of the Governor. His responsibilities include oversight and integration of key state strategic initiatives, including synchronization of programs and deliverables that support the Governor’s priorities.   Prior to his role in state government, Hiipakka worked in the private sector as the Vice President for a consulting firm that specialized in emergency preparedness, safety, and security with clients across the United States. He also has experience in the medical, pharmaceutical, and manufacturing industries.  Hiipakka is a member of the Michigan Army National Guard where he currently serves as an Assistant Adjutant General and holds the rank of Brigadier General. In this capacity he is responsible for overseeing the operations, mentoring, and building of functional teams ranging in size from 30 to over 8,000 people. His prior assignments include Land Component Commander and Brigade Command of a Military Police Brigade. Other assignments include multiple command and staff positions with deployments and military activations in support of the state of Michigan’s COVID response, Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) and Operation Noble Eagle (Washington, DC). His active-duty military experience includes service in the US Army Ranger Regiment and other key leadership and advisor roles. Hiipakka has over 25 years of military service.   He currently serves as an advisor and former appointee to the Michigan Community Service Commission. He has served on multiple boards in Michigan including Leadership Oakland and was the former Board Chair and board member for Winning Futures. Hiipakka was recognized by Crain’s Business as a 2020 “Notable Veteran” and is the recipient of the 2016 Leadership Oakland Leader of Leaders Award, the 2014 Winning Futures Legacy Award, and the 2013 Winning Futures Rare Everyday Hero Award. Hiipakka holds a bachelor’s degree in advertising from Michigan State University, a master’s degree in homeland security from Penn State University, and a master’s degree in strategic studies from the US Army War College. He is married to Susan and the proud father to Abby (21) and Alex (19) and they reside in Milford, Michigan.
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November 17, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 11/14/2021 - Kevin Snow, Hall Martin and Paul Szemplinski
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November 10, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 11/07/2021 - Devora Zack, Dani Petrie and Richard Vague
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39:54
November 03, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 10/31/2021 - Toby Travis, Meg Dagnino and Jennifer Shaheen
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40:13
October 27, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #57 with LTC Kelly Meghan Bell
LTC Kelly Bell received her initial commission in 1999 through Marquette University’s ROTC program. She served in the 1/334 Army Reception Battalion where she worked as the assistant S-3, S-1, and as a Commander of a very small company. In 2003 she was recommissioned into the Army Nurse Corps and transferred to the 452d CSH where she served as a staff nurse and the assistant head nurse of the emergency medical treatment section. From July 2009 thru June 2010 she was deployed to Afghanistan  where she worked in the Intensive Care Unit at the Craig Joint Theater Hospital at Bagram Air Field. Upon returning home she had the privilege of serving as the 3rd Platoon leader. She then served at the Bravo Company Commander, 452D Combat Support Hospital from January 2012 through October 2014. After this duty, she assumed the role of Head Nurse of the Emergency Medical Treatment Section. LTC Bell then became the Nurse Training Officer in the Clinical Services Operations Section of the 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support). She was mobilized as the Medical Readiness Officer for the 103rd Mission Support Element, the rear detachment asset for the 103rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command. Prior to transferring to the 7203d to assume command, LTC Bell was assigned to the 7456th MORU but continued to serve with the 103D ESC on an ADOS Tour as their Medical Readiness Officer and Nurse Advisor for their Cactus COVID Task Force. She is passionate about advocating for and mentoring Soldiers and has spent that last several years initiating policy changes for pregnant and postpartum service members throughout the DOD. She continue this advocacy work through social media and DA level work groups.   LTC Bell has attended the Unit Movement Officer Course, Battlefield Trauma Training, Joint Forces Combat Trauma Management Course, Head Nurse Leader Development Course, AMEDD Captain’s Career Course, the Commander’s and First Sergeant’s Course, and Command and General Staff College, and the Joint Medical Planning Tool Course. She is currently enrolled in the Global Health Engagement Master’s Certificate Program at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and the Military Lactation Counselor program through Mom 2 Mom Global.  Her awards include: the Army Service Ribbon, the National Defense Service Medal, five Army Achievement Medals, seven Army Commendation Medals, two Meritorious Service Medals, seven Army Reserve Components Achievement Medals, the Armed Forces Reserve Medal with silver hourglass and two “M” devices, the Global War On Terrorism Service Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, and the NATO International Security Assistance Force Medal.   In her civilian capacity, LTC Bell worked as an Emergency department nurse at Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI for over 11 years. She received her Master’s Degree in Nursing Education in June 2013 and was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society of Nursing. She lives in Ankeny, IA with her two daughters: Meghan (Jun 2012) and Caelainn (Dec 2015).
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October 26, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 10/24/2021 - Natasha Trenev, Igor Fedenkoff and Adam Rentschler
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39:55
October 21, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #56 with Former US Congressman Dan Donovan
A distinguished public servant, Dan has served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives; the District Attorney for Richmond County, New York; and the Deputy Bureau Chief for the New York County District Attorney’s Office. He has decades of experience working with high-level government officials on the federal, state, and city level. As Representative for the 11th Congressional District of the State of New York, he was appointed to the Homeland Security Committee, where he served as chairman of the Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Communication Subcommittee and was a member of the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Protection Subcommittee. He was also appointed to the Foreign Affairs Committee, where he served as a member of the Middle East and North Africa Subcommittee and the Africa, Global Health, Human Rights, and International Organizations Subcommittee. As District Attorney for Richmond County, Staten Island, New York, he served as the Chief Law Enforcement Officer and presided over 125 prosecutors, administrative staff, and NYPD detective squad. In this role he was responsible for the prosecution of more than 12,000 criminal cases per year. He also represented Staten Island as Deputy Borough President and as Chief of Staff for the Office of the Staten Island Borough President, where he oversaw public safety, education, transportation, healthcare, environmental, and city planning matters. As Deputy Bureau Chief for the New York County District Attorney’s Office, Dan served the NYC Special Narcotics Prosecutor and managed New York City–wide felony narcotics cases. Dan received his J.D., cum laude, from Fordham University School of Law, where he was a member of the Fordham Law Review, and his B.S. from St. John’s University.
39:45
October 20, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 10/17/2021 - Scott Miller, Adam Kahane and Angel Ishmael
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40:07
October 13, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #55 with CH (COL) Khallid Shabazz
Chaplain (COL) Khallid Shabazz is the U.S. Army Central Command Chaplain and is the Army's highest ranking and first Muslim division-level chaplain.  Chaplain (COL) Shabazz is a recipient of the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (9), Joint Army Commendation and Achievement Medal, the National Defense Service Medal (2), the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, The Iraqi Campaign Medal, the Army service Ribbon, the Overseas Ribbon (3) and the NATO Expeditionary Medal.  He was also awarded the humanitarian award for outstanding volunteerism, The Saint Michael’s Medal for service to Army Aviation and Saint Barbara’s Award for service to the Field Artillery Corps.  He is the author of three books, “Losing our Manhood,” “Islam and Christianity a Road to Peace” and “Culture a Call to Reason.”
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October 11, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 10/10/2021 - Shelby Scarbrough, Guy Remond, David Zumpano and Joel Gandara
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Shelby Scarbrough Guy Remond and David Zumpano Joel Gandara
39:58
October 06, 2021
#WeAllServe Episode #54 with LTC (Ret) Oakland McCulloch
Oakland McCulloch was born in Loudon, Tennessee and raised in Kirkland, Illinois.  After graduating from high school, he attend the United States Military Academy at West Point for two years.  He then graduated from Northern Illinois University and received his commission as an Infantry Officer through the Reserve Officer Training Course in 1986.         In his 23 year career in the Army Oak McCulloch held numerous leadership positions in the Infantry and Armor branches.  He assisted in disaster relief operations for Hurricane HUGO in Charleston, South Carolina and Hurricane ANDREW in south Florida.  His operational deployments include Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm in Saudi Arabia and Iraq as a Generals Aide-de-Camp, the Congressional Liaison Officer in support of operations in Bosnia and the Operations Officer during a Peace Keeping deployment to Kosovo.  He held instructor positions at the US Army Ordnance School, the US Army Command and General Staff College, the Australian Command and Staff College, University of South Alabama and Stetson University.  His last position in the Army was a three-year tour as the Professor of Military Science at the University of South Alabama where he led the training and commissioning of Lieutenants and tripled the size of the program in his three-year tour.   LTC McCulloch retired from the Army in September 2009 with over 23 years of active service and joined the staff at the Bay Area Food Bank as the Associate Director.  He was also the Vice Chair for Military Affairs on the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Mobile Rotary International Club.  LTC McCulloch left the food bank in December 2010 to become the Senior Military Science Instructor and recruiter for the Army ROTC program at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. In his 9 years at Stetson, the program grew from 15 Cadets to over 100 Cadets.  In October 2013, he became the Recruiting Operations Officer for the Eagle Battalion Army ROTC program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University where he has more than doubled the size of the program in 6 years.  Cadet Command selected LTC McCulloch as the top recruiting officer, out of 274 recruiters, for 2019.  LTC Oak McCulloch published his first book in February 2021 – “Your Leadership Legacy: Becoming the Leader You Were Meant to Be”.         LTC McCulloch earned a Bachelor of Science degree in History from Northern Illinois University in 1987 and a Master of Military Arts and Science in History from the United States Army Command and General Staff College in 2002.  He received thirty-one military service awards including the Bronze Star, eight Meritorious Service Medals and the Humanitarian Service Medal.       LTC Oak McCulloch is married to the former Kelly Smyth of Wauconda, Illinois.  They were married at Fort Sheridan, Illinois in 1987 and they have two children, Oakland Vincent McCulloch and Caileigh Nicholson.  They also have a granddaughter, Ryleigh Jade Nicholson and two grandsons Christopher Bryce Nicholson and Oakland Maverick McCulloch.
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October 04, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 10/03/2021 - Robert Kohlhepp, Andrea Castle and Alix Greenberg
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39:54
September 29, 2021
#WeAllServe Episode #52 with Juliana Mercer
Juliana Mercer is a Marine Corps veteran, serving honorably for 16 years. She was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan during her military career and spent five years providing holistic support to wounded, ill, and injured Marines recovering at the Wounded Warrior Battalion in San Diego. With over 20 years of experience working with and serving the veteran population, Juliana has a deep understanding of the veteran community's needs and what it takes to support them through their transition from the military back to the civilian world.  Since leaving active duty in 2011, Juliana has committed her career to supporting her veteran brothers and sisters through their successful transition into civilian life. Juliana serves on several nonprofit Veteran Service Organization BODs and founded a Public Benefit Corporation, Sabe, which aims to create meaningful change in the world through individual transformation and healing through psychedelic therapy. A portion of Sabe’s profits expands veteran access to wellness through veteran-nonprofits Heroic Hearts Project and the H.O.P.E Project. Their collective missions provide hope and healing to our nation’s veterans and military families.  *Sabe is Spanish for "know” and an ode to Mexican healer Maria Sabina.    Juliana found plant medicines in her quest to years of personal and military heal trauma. Having experienced their healing potential, she’s now an advocate. She has worked with CA congress members, senators, and legislators along the coast to get a yes vote on SB-519, recently testifying at the state capital in Sacramento.  Her business cards would say "psychedelic concierge" if business cards were a thing ;)
41:22
September 29, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 09/26/2021 - Bryan Cressey, Justin Breen and Tom Miroballi
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40:08
September 22, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 09/19/2021 - Tephanie Hopper, Marvin Storm and Roy Sharples
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40:05
September 16, 2021
#WeAllServe Episode #51 with Peter Braxton
Peter Braxton is Managing Director, Akoya Capital, Investor Relations. Peter has been serving the financial needs for ultra-high net worth individuals and their families for more than 14 years, delivering holistic advice and creative solutions across the spectrum of private capital markets.  Earlier in his career Peter was a US Air Force Instructor Pilot, with over 3000 Flight hours, including 1,000 Combat hours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Following his military service, Peter joined Credit Suisse, Chicago, as a Private Banker. From there he was the COO/Chief of Staff for DOM Capital Group, a single-family office and private investment group of the Dominick’s Grocery Store Family, and most recently worked with Envoi, a management owned private family office dedicated to servicing high net worth clients and Blue Marlin Partners, a Private Equity Firm.    Peter is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, Distinguished Graduate of Joint Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training, and holds an MBA from Washington University in St Louis. He currently serves on the board of the Tuskegee Next Foundation and is a private pilot in the Citation VII out of DuPage Airport, West Chicago, IL.
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September 15, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 09/12/2021 - Susan Sykes, Brandon Wilson and Bryan Adams
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39:40
September 08, 2021
#WeAllServe Episode #50 with Priya Sridhar
Priya Sridhar is an Emmy-award winning political reporter and host of "Politically Speaking", a weekly political show that airs on Sundays on NBC 7. She comes to NBC San Diego from KPBS where she worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in host for the station’s radio and television programs. Prior to San Diego, Priya worked as an investigative and general assignment reporter for the CBS affiliate in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to local news, Priya has worked as a White House correspondent and morning show co-host in New York City for Arise News, a 24 hour international news channel headquartered out of Nigeria. She has also worked as a Washington correspondent and anchor for RT and went on to work for that channel as a South Asia bureau chief and correspondent posted in New Delhi, India. She began her career at the NBC affiliates in Maine and has also worked at the Associated Press in Chicago. Priya received her undergraduate degree in International Relations and History from Bowdoin College and a master’s degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Some of the most impactful stories she’s covered in her career include the aftermath of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri for the Associated Press and the historic 2015 presidential elections in Nigeria. Priya is originally from outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She is an officer in the United States Navy Reserve and fell in love with San Diego through her work in the Navy. She is the co-President of Asian American Journalists Association San Diego and on the board of directors for Military Veterans in Journalism.
46:37
September 08, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 09/05/2021 - Randy Herbertson, Howie Zales and Joel Schwartzberg
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40:06
September 01, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #49 with Greg Williams and Brian Marren
Greg Williams is a decorated, veteran urban law enforcement professional and a decorated, veteran former soldier with over 45 years of combined experience and expertise. An adjunct professor of Sociology and an industry expert in human behavior pattern recognition and irregular Warfare for the Defense Community, Greg held virtually every law enforcement position from patrol officer, shift supervisor, SWAT director, undercover Narcotics operations supervisor, Undersheriff and Interim Chief of Police. He  has worked with the DEA’s Mobile Enforcement Team (MET), the 5th Judicial District’s Drug Task Force, Shooting Task Force and has worked RICO racketeering influenced corrupt organizations cases and OCDETF Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force cases. Greg maintained a US Department of Defense (DoD) Top Secret security clearance and worked as a subject matter expert, contractor or consultant for many US DoD Agencies including the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, the Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities (CETO), Joint Forces Command (JFCOM), Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) and the US Marine Corps Special Operations Training Group (SOTG). Outside of the USA, Greg has worked with NATO Commands including Strategic Allied Command Transformation (Four Star Command), the Hungarian Defence Forces and the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center (NMIOTC). Greg built a number of highly successful programs for the DoD including Combat Hunter, Border Hunter, Advanced Situational Awareness training and their progeny, including programs targeting suicide and sexual harassment and assault.   Brian Marren is the Senior Vice President of Operations for Arcadia Cognerati. Brian is a decorated Marine, High Threat Protection security professional, and Subject Matter Expert on Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis. Brian has spent the last eighteen years conducting both real world and training operations all over the United States, the Middle East, and both Central and East Asia supporting the U.S. Military, foreign partners, private industry, and local, state and federal agencies. Brian holds a Masters in Applied Psychology from the University of Southern California and he is an ambassador for Carry The Load, a non-profit organization that provides an active way to connect Americans to the sacrifices made by our military, veterans, first responders and their families.
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September 01, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 08/29/2021 - Joy Shoffler, Roger Firestien and Rafer Weigel
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40:08
August 25, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 08/22/2021 - Karen Hewitt, Tom Miroballi and Vicky Oliver
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39:60
August 19, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 08/15/2021 - Troy Hall, Sharon Sloane, Dave Pearce and Lynn Thomas
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39:57
August 11, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 08/08/2021 - Adriana Rozo-Angulo, Zina Sutch, Donnie Boivin and Christopher Hamze
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40:04
August 05, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 08/01/2021 - Byron Edgington, Kim Solez and Mario Tamayo
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40:04
July 29, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 07/25/2021 - Sarah Tse, Alex Dripchak, Sean Campbell and Sean Dowdell
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40:01
July 21, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 07/18/2021 - Matthew Mosley, Aidan Sowa and David Boulay
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40:12
July 14, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 07/11/2021 - Tom Miroballi, Rick Martin and Irina Freeman
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39:52
July 08, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 06/20/2021 - Monica Rivers, Sam George and Oleg Konovalov
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39:52
June 17, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 06/13/2021 - Chris Pistorius, Jon Schram, Dan Horwich and Terri Jacke
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40:06
June 10, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 06/06/2021 - Peter Oliver, Tom Miroballi and Amy Anderson
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40:01
June 03, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #48 with Rear Adm (Ret) Dan Kloeppel
RADM Dan Kloeppel, after completing an 'Honorable & Successful' 36-year military career, possessed a unique perspective on the problems faced by service members when transitioning to the civilian workplace. Corporate America Supports You (CASY) was chartered in 2010 as a private sector non-profit organization.  Its mission: to provide no-cost employment readiness, vocational training, and one-on-one job placement services for National Guard, Reserves, transitioning service members, and veterans of all branches of service.  CASY works directly with its sister organizations Military Spouse Corporate Career Network (MSCCN) to function as one Military job-placement unit serving two target audiences. CASY serves the military member and Veteran, while MSCCN serves the spouses of Military, family members, and Military caregivers. CASY & MSCCN operates as an employment partner to all branches of the Armed Forces, including the National Guard & Coast Guard, through Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs).
50:07
June 02, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 05/30/2021 - Jeff Badu, Dan Rogers and Seth Levine
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39:54
May 27, 2021
#WeAllServe​ - Episode #47 with SMA (Ret) Dan Dailey
Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey, U.S. Army retired, joined the staff of the Association of the U.S. Army, where he serves as vice president of Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Programs.  A native of Palmerton, Pennsylvania, Dailey enlisted in the Army in 1989 and attended basic training and advanced individual training as an 11B (infantryman) at Fort Benning, Georgia. During his career, Dailey held every enlisted leadership position in the mechanized infantry, ranging from Bradley Fighting Vehicle commander to command sergeant major. Dailey has served with the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Infantry Divisions stateside and overseas. In March 2009, he was selected as the 4th Infantry Division command sergeant major, where he served as both the command sergeant major of Fort Carson, Colorado, and U.S. Division‐North, Iraq. In 2011, Dailey was selected to serve as the command sergeant major of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Dailey was sworn in as the 15th sergeant major of the Army on Jan. 30, 2015, and relinquished the position on Aug. 9, 2019.  In addition to four tours in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn, Dailey deployed in support of Operations Desert Storm and Desert Shield. He earned the Bronze Star with Valor for his leadership during the 4th Infantry Division’s two‐month Battle for Sadr City in 2008.   Dailey is a graduate of class 54 of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy and the Command Sergeants Major Course. Dailey holds a Bachelor of Science (Summa Cum Laude) from Excelsior College.  Dailey has been married to his wife, Holly, for 28 years. They have one son, Dakota.
46:23
May 25, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 05/23/2021 - Marcus Bell, Jason Patenaude, Michele Ladd and Mike Abend
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39:56
May 21, 2021
#WeAllServe​ - Episode #46 with CPT Mark Brouker
Captain Mark Brouker, United States Navy (Retired), is a thought leader, keynote speaker, professor, coach, consultant, facilitator, pharmacist, and proven leader who is passionate about helping others on their leadership journey. He has more than twenty-five years of leadership experience, fifteen of which were in C-suite-level positions. The recipient of numerous military and civilian leadership awards, he held a wide array of leadership positions both during and after his naval career. He served as commanding officer at one of the largest naval hospitals worldwide and as chief of staff for Navy Medicine West, responsible for ten hospitals spanning the West Coast to the Indian Ocean and health care for eight hundred thousand patients. After transitioning from the military, Captain Brouker founded Brouker Leadership Solutions, a company dedicated to helping leaders succeed on their leadership journeys. He has presented to thousands of professionals in twenty-one countries, and his clients include Fortune 500 companies, professional and military organizations, and top universities. Brouker volunteers as an executive coach at The Honor Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps U.S. Navy SEALs and other Special Operations Forces transition from the military environment to the corporate environment.
39:35
May 19, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 05/16/2021 - Anna Marie Kukec Tomczyk, Luisa Mendoza, Tim Carter and Stacey Gordon
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39:54
May 13, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #45 with Todd Connor
Todd Connor is a widely sought-after speaker, thought leader, and consultant who leads individuals and organizations to unlock their full entrepreneurial potential.  Todd is the founder of Bunker Labs, a national entrepreneurship organization with chapters in 30 states across the U.S., which works with military veterans and military spouses who want to start their own business.   He is also the founder of The Collective Academy, Emerson House, as well as other for-profit and philanthropic organizations. For speaking requests, access to additional thought leadership, or to attend Third Shift Entrepreneur workshops visit www.ThirdShiftEntrepreneur.com
40:34
May 12, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 05/09/2021 - Shawn Nason, Kristen Cox, Matthew Morales and Christina Hynes Mesco
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39:55
May 06, 2021
#WeAllServe​​ - Episode #44 with Court Harris
Court began his career as a US Army officer with multiple combat deployments and worked on the NATO staff during Operation Enduring freedom in Afghanistan. He then spent five years in the consulting and tech start-up space in his hometown of Chicago. Court graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and serves as Chairman of the Board at Chicago Executive Airport and on the board at Objective: Veterans’ Smile.
30:32
May 05, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 05/02/2021 - Tom Miroballi, Joseph Wilkins and Irina Freeman
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39:53
April 29, 2021
#WeAllServe​​ - Episode #43 with Saul Newton
Saul Newton served in the Army as an infantryman from 2009-2012, and deployed to the Arghandab River Valley in Kandahar, Afghanistan for 13 months from 2010-2011. In 2015 Saul founded the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce and currently serves as the organization's Executive Director. With more than a decade of nonprofit, advocacy, and public policy experience, Saul is a tireless advocate for Wisconsin's veteran and business communities. Saul's volunteer experience includes serving on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Veterans Chamber of Commerce, Feast of Crispian, and the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative, as well as the Advisory Board of Wisconsin Veterans Network and Milwaukee's Ward 4 coworking space. In 2019, Saul was appointed by Governor Tony Evers to serve as a Business Representative to the Governor’s Council on Workforce Investment. He is also a member of the New Politics Veterans Council, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition Wisconsin Advisory Board, Urban Economic Development Association Small Business Affinity Group, Ethnic and Diverse Business Coalition, M7 Region Entrepreneurial Advisory Council, Employ Milwaukee Governance, Compliance, and Nominations Committee, and previously served on the Next Generation Workforce and Economic Development Policy Advisory Council and the City of Milwaukee Housing and Urban Development Consolidated Plan Task Force. In 2017, he was recognized as the Veteran Small Business Champion by the U.S. Small Business Administration. In 2020 was a recipient of the Milwaukee Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 awards, and was recognized by the BizTimes as part of the inaugural Notable Veteran Executives feature. Saul is a member of the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, and was selected to study economic recovery and resilience strategies following the COVID-19 pandemic as an Economic Recovery Fellow. The Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting military veterans, veteran-owned and veteran-friendly businesses. On behalf of their members, they serve as an advocate for Wisconsin’s veteran business community, and promote economic opportunity for military veterans, military families, and veteran-friendly businesses.
33:18
April 28, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 04/25/2021 - Bryan Clayton, Jim Huling and Robert Syfert
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39:52
April 22, 2021
#WeAllServe​ - Episode #42 with Monica McNeal
Monica McNeal is a nationally renowned veteran and military family advocate. In addition to being a Gold Star mother, she has held key executive leadership roles at corporations such as Nordstrom, Lafayette and Magaschoni.  Her passions include developing talent and coaching those she supports to be "career ready" at all times.     She has focused her talents and utilizes her leadership skills as an advocate and navigator for Microsoft.  As a contractor on the Microsoft Military Affair Team, she is the program manager and supports the Military Spouse Technology Academy (MSTA).  Additionally, she is the National Operations and West Coast Program Director at FourBlock a military veteran career readiness non-profit. There, she works to empower veterans and eliminate transition anxiety by filling the skill gaps needed for Four Block students to secure new and meaningful careers.    Monica sits on Congresswomen DelBene’s Veteran Task Force, volunteers with the King County Veterans Consortium, Snohomish Veteran Housing Committee, VetsInTech, Heroes to Hometown, Washington State Military Transition Committee and other local military family causes.    She is serving her 7th term as the President of Washington State American Gold Star Mothers and 2nd terms as the District President of the American Gold Star Mothers of Washington, Alaska and Oregon.  The organization is currently fundraising for a Gold Star Family Memorial Monument to be placed in Lynnwood, WA.   She is the recipient of the 2018 Senator Cantwell’s Women of Valor Award and 2016 Volunteer of the Year by the Washington State Dept of Veterans Affairs for her commitment to military veterans and their families.   She believes and personifies that, despite the circumstances, you can make a difference every day.
39:07
April 21, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 04/11/2021 - Sabrina Runbeck, Greg Washington, Diane Garber and Issa Musharbash
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39:56
April 17, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #41 with Christian Anschuetz
An award-winning Chief Digital Officer and Market Futurist, Christian Anschuetz recognizes patterns emerging in the marketplace, and envisions contemporary strategies that help companies re-imagine and re-invent how they do business.  As the catalyst behind the game-changing transformation initiative that revolutionized the company from a legacy services business into an information services powerhouse, he leveraged leading-edge technology and open innovation to delight customers, create brand differentiation, and enable outstanding profit and revenue growth.  A trusted charismatic leader of leaders, Mr. Anshuetz is known for inspiring confidence, credibility, relationships, and action. He develops and rallies high performance teams and enterprises around a clear, compelling vision for the future.  He combines this unique expertise with strong business development and marketing acumen and also serves as an Adjunct Professor at the renowned University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, teaching state-of-the-art marketing studies to MBA students.  Additionally, he is a quoted authority in leading publications such as The WSJ, Forbes, Gartner, Computer World, and others. He was identified and featured as the first non-CEO “Tech Titan” by CIO magazine; named ComputerWorld Premier 100 winner, and noted for successes in several case studies by Microsoft, Intel, HP and Oracle.  With extensive industry leadership experience, Mr. Anschuetz has been a featured speaker at such venues as the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, InterOp, Chicago Executives’ Club Global Leadership Forum, Gartner and Oracle, among others.  Further, he founded Project RELO, a philanthropic organization that helps veterans transition from military service to civilian and corporate life with the help of partnering companies and CEOs. Mr. Anschuetz, himself, served in the United States Marine Corps. as a regular commissioned officer.
39:36
April 14, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 04/11/2021 - Dave Van Buskirk, Anthony Chiapetta, Stephen Newman and Charles St. Clair
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39:52
April 07, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #40 with Jim Vaselopulos
Jim Vaselopulos is a C-level executive with a proven record as a rainmaker and new business development expert. With a reputation for principled leadership, strategic vision, and effective execution, Jim has built successful new enterprises and turned around underperforming organizations. Jim has been a consultant to many companies across nearly every industry. An entrepreneur at heart, Jim has started many companies, managed partnerships and participated in several well-orchestrated exits. As the founder of Rafti Advisors, Jim helps early stage companies get off on the right foot, growth stage companies push through plateaus and mature companies with strategic shifts and complex challenges. Jim teaches sales and professional development, is a frequent speaker on leadership and innovation and volunteers regularly with veterans groups and business incubators. A graduate of the University of Illinois with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Jim also earned his MBA at Marquette University. Jim is currently the co-host of The Leadership Podcast. Join Angel L. Torres and I for episode #40 of #WeAllServe!
41:50
April 07, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 04/04/2021 - Tom Miroballi and Cynthia Zhai
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39:51
March 31, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #39 with Eric Lazar
Eric Lazar is a United States Marine Corps veteran as well as a highly accomplished professional with 30 years of combined experience in entrepreneurship, sales, leadership, custom marketing, client strategy and project execution in both traditional media and mobile realms. Mr. Lazar has lived in Chicago since 1999, hailing from Port Jefferson, New York, the son of a Jr High School Principal and secondary school teacher. In 1986, at the age of 17, he enlisted in the Marine Corps, where he was accepted into the Defense Language Institute (DLI) in Monterrey, California and trained as an Arabic translator. He went on to further schooling in Dam Neck, Virginia where he became an Intelligence Analyst. He spent the majority of his enlistment serving in an Intelligence Specialist capacity with both a Combat Engineer Battalion and Electronic Warfare Squadron gaining an expertise in South East Asian affairs; he was honorably discharged at the rank of Sergeant in 1994. Eric’s professional career is broad and varied, while mainly operating in a sales leadership capacity within the advertising and marketing fields, he has had ‘bouts’ with entrepreneurship and is now into his third owned start-up venture as a franchisee within the SpeedPro Imaging organization.
39:46
March 29, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 03/28/2021 - Martin Saenz, Daniel Pope and Mark Gaunya
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39:51
March 24, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #38
A weekly podcast hosted by Angel Torres and Shalom Klein featuring leaders in the veteran community.
29:50
March 23, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 03/21/2021 - Martin Holland, Angel Ribo, David Duford and Chrisa Zindros
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39:57
March 18, 2021
#WeAllServe​ - Episode #37 with Megan Everett
Megan Everett, Director of the Veterans Program for the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, is a former Surface Warfare Officer in the United States Navy. As Director of the Veterans Program, Megan manages a grant portfolio focused on veteran employment to include education and entrepreneurship, behavior health and wellness, and systems navigation. Megan joined the Foundation in August 2014.  Megan served on the USS JARRETT (FFG-33) as part of Operation Enduring Freedom and on the USS DENVER (LPD-9) during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Her last tour in the Navy was on a Personal Exchange Program to the Canadian Fleet Atlantic in Halifax, NS. Following her service in the Navy, Megan worked at a small nonprofit with adults with disabilities doing job placement and supported employment in Athens, OH. She was then the Service Learning Coordinator at Chapel Hill High School working with local and national nonprofits and community organizations in the Research Triangle area. She moved to Chicago in 2010 to work at Northwestern University at the Center for Civic Engagement and Center for Leadership. Prior to joining the McCormick Foundation, Megan was the Assistant Director at Northwestern’s Farley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the McCormick School of Engineering.  Megan is an advisory board member for the Advisory Council on Veterans Affairs for the city of Chicago and on the Illinois Veterans Advisory Council. Megan is a board member for the Veterans Leadership Council in Chicago and is a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee at the American Red Cross of Chicago. Megan received a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University receiving her commission through Naval ROTC. She has a MBA from Penn State University and a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Administration from Northwestern University.
48:36
March 16, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 03/14/2021 - Amanda Schleede, Erin Minckley, Tom Hine and Robert Clinkenbeard
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Amanda Schleede Erin Minckley Tom Hine Robert Clinkenbeard
39:56
March 11, 2021
#WeAllServe​ - Episode #36 with Mike Hall
Command Sergeant Major (CSM), retired, Michael T. Hall brings over 34 years of military service and nine years of commercial sector experience to the Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) board of directors. He currently is an independent executive coach and consultant and devotes his time to several veteran organizations. Most recently, he served as chief of staff of North American Sales at Scotts Miracle Gro Company. Prior to this, he was an independent leadership and organization consultant for several commercial companies and the Department of Defense. He also held different leadership roles at the McChrystal Group and Lockheed Martin Corporation.  CSM Hall’s military career began when he joined the United States Army in 1976. He served in a variety of positions over the next three decades, leading up to his appointment as the Command Sergeant Major of the United States Army Special Operations Command in 2001. CSM Hall served in multiple deployments including Multi-National Force Observer Mission-Sinai and Operations Just Cause, Desert Storm, Uphold Democracy, Joint Endeavor, Iraqi Freedom, and Enduring Freedom.  Following his retirement from active duty in 2008, he was recalled in 2009 to assume the role of Command Sergeant Major for the International Security Assistance Force. He retired again from active duty in 2010. His leadership earned him numerous awards and decorations, including a Distinguished Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Combat Action Badge, and Master Parachutist with Combat Star.  CSM Hall is the executive director of the Three Rangers Foundation and serves on the boards of Gallant Few, Inc; Sua Sponte; and the Special Operations Medical Association Board of Advisors. He also currently serves as the Honorary Command Sergeant Major of the 75th Ranger Regiment. As a continuation of his commitment to service, CSM Hall joined the WWP board of directors in 2018.
59:31
March 10, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 03/07/2021 - Linda Pauwels, Tobin Lehman, Steve Garchow, Mike Sarraille and George Randle
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Linda Pauwels Tobin Lehman Steve Garchow Mike Sarraille and George Randle
39:51
March 04, 2021
#WeAllServe​ - Episode #35 with Joe Conver
Joe Conver has 8 years of military experience: United States Marine Corps as a decorated Marine Corps Sniper during Desert Storm & the U.S. Army where he earned the title of Airborne Ranger, Pathfinder. Joe took his leadership skills to college where he earned a BS in Financial Economics & Accounting from Methodist University, NC.  Joe Conver developed his leadership through hospitality.  Joe has 20+ years honing his passion to make the lives of others better with restaurant, hotel, and country club management.  Joe is currently sharing his leadership and passion as the executive director of Atria Senior Living at Cranberry Woods, Cranberry Township PA.
36:40
March 02, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 02/28/2021 - Tom Miroballi, Tim Fitzpatrick, Irina Freeman and Manuel Astruc
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Tom Miroballi Tim Fitzpatrick Irina Freeman Manuel Astruc
39:51
February 26, 2021
#WeAllServe​ - Episode #34 with D. Vincent Thomas Jr. Ph.D, MTS
LTJG. D. Vincent Thomas Jr. Ph.D, M.T.S. has two B.A. degrees in Theology and Philosophy, a Masters Degree in Theological Studies, as well as a Ph.D in Public Policy &Administration. ENS D. Vincent Thomas Jr. is a Commissioned Officer who began his Coast Guard career as an enlisted Operations Specialist. Dr. Thomas’ studies have focused on religious history, philosophy of religion, the relationship between religion and politics, military history, politics, public policy, as well as the effects climate change has on international relations, global economics, and global security. Dr. Thomas has also run for the U.S. House of Representatives in 2018. Seeking to serve the district as an American citizen concerned with the well-being of all Americans irrespective of party affiliation.  Assigned to the CGC BOUTWELL, a 378’ High Endurance Cutter in California, he stood duty in the Combat Information Center, qualified as an Electronic Warfare Specialist, and performed flight following operations as an Air Direction Controller tracking and communicating with helicopters deployed to BOUTWELL for counter-narcotic operations. While on active duty aboard BOUTWELL, he was part of a team that seized over 10 tons of cocaine in International Waters bound for the United States.  After leaving Active Dr. Thomas joined the Selective Reserves (SELRES) as a Maritime Enforcement Specialist, and completed his Ph.D in Public Policy and Administration. Commissioned in 2019, he is a Philosophy and Political Science Professor at Elmhurst University and DePaul University teaching courses in Moral Philosophy, Western Political Philosophy, Ethics, Intro. to Western Philosophy, American Government, Comparative Politics, and International Relations. Dr. Thomas currently represents the U.S. Coast Guard Academy as the Recruiting, Outreach, and Diversity Admissions Officer, tasked with helping diversify the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and Officer Core of the U.S. Coast Guard.
53:46
February 24, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 02/21/2021 - Thomas Kim, John Vuong, Maxwell Ivey and Matthew Sullivan
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39:51
February 18, 2021
#WeAllServe​ - Episode #33 with Adam Carr
Adam Carr has over 12 years of service in the U.S. Army. As a Special Forces Green Beret, Adam hunted Al Qaeda operatives, developed intelligence networks, conducted diplomatic relations, and briefed Ambassadors and Generals on Geopolitical environments.  In 2006, Adam earned his B.A. in Security and Intelligence from The Ohio State University.  He spent the next eight years deploying to Asia, including Operation Enduring Freedom - The Philippines and Operation Enduring Freedom - Afghanistan. Adam's passion comes from a deep-rooted desire to serve others and save lives.  Adam has been profoundly affected over the loss of his teammates, mentors, and close friends to suicide. He currently speaks to students, corporations, and a wide variety of audiences all over the country. He has over 20 years of leadership and managerial experience and is a Business Coach for MBA Students at The Ohio State University. Adam is a graduate of the Ignite Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Adam earned his MBA at The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business and was selected as the Most Outstanding Student of his 2019 MBA Cohort. Adam lives in Dublin, OH with his wife Tarah and their three children, Noah, Jonah, and Norah.
01:14:18
February 17, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 02/14/2021 - Michael Goldberg, Karen McCall, Tracy Lamourie and Shaun Martin
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39:53
February 11, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #32 with Brendan O'Brien
Brendan O'Brien is a retired USAF LCol and Director at Kin+Carta. There he supports client's digital transformation initiatives for the past 6 years. Prior to retiring from the USAF, Brendan began his career of service attending the United States Air Force Academy. During his 20 illustrious career, he filled roles as an intelligence officer and A-10 (Warthog) pilot. During his Air Force career, he deployed to the middle east several times, including Afghanistan in 2002 and 2010. His final tours on active duty were focused on developing the next generation of leaders as commander of the Air Force ROTC program in Chicago. Brendan's career of service continued after his active duty years and he now coordinates the Hiring Our Heroes Fellowship for Kin+Carta, was the Communications Director for Chicago's Red White and Blue chapter, and after serving in a variety of leadership roles is now a board member for the Veterans Leadership Council. Brendan earned his Executive MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Brendan and wife, Amanda, their two children, and dog Biscuit now reside in Parker, Colorado.
35:45
February 09, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 02/07/2021 - Erin McKinley, Dan Breier, Dustin Hillis and Lynn Hazan
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Erin McKinley Dan Breier Dustin Hillis Lynn Hazan
39:50
February 04, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #31 with Stephen Drum
Stephen Drum is a combat-tested retired Navy SEAL Master Chief who has 27 years of experience leading and developing high-performance teams. As an in-demand speaker and consultant, he helps individuals and organizations such as CDW, Horizon Pharma, and 9 Energy develop leadership and performance strategies, so they can plan, prepare, and execute at the highest levels when it matters most. Stephen has trained and led U.S. and foreign partner special operations forces on high-risk and strategically vital missions across the globe, including combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
42:00
February 02, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/31/2021 - Tom Miroballi, Jonathan Medved, Irina Freeman and Dan Lindberg
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39:51
January 28, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #30
A weekly podcast hosted by Shalom Klein & Angel Torres featuring leaders in the Veteran community.
24:59
January 26, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/24/2021 - Benjamin Preston, Josh Elledge and Ashley Micciche
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39:27
January 21, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #29 with Branden Marty
Branden Marty is a Navy veteran with experiences across a range of challenging environments—from the flight decks on naval vessels to the corporate C-suite to the boot-strapped startup. He is a strategist, a collaborator and an operator. Every assignment throughout Branden’s career has been imbued with the same ingredients—a dedication to community service and advocacy.  For example, the Department of the Navy (DoN) asked for Branden’s assistance in submitting a bid from the City of Chicago to host the 2017 Warrior Games. Branden voluntarily led the effort to build public and private sector support and brought DoN leadership to meet with Chicago leaders. It led directly to the awarding of the Games to Chicago.  Veteran advocacy is Branden’s vocation, particularly veteran employment and wounded warrior support. This passion is reflected in the missions of the two companies he leads: Veteran Roasters, Cup O’ Joe Coffee and Bridge My Return (BMR.)  Veteran Roasters is a local Chicago coffee roaster that employs homeless and at-risk veterans—providing them with renewed hope, fresh opportunity and portable skills development. Learn more about Veteran Roasters Cup O’ Joe Coffee at ww.veteranroasters.com.  BMR is an efficient military hiring technology platform connecting veterans and transitioning service members to career opportunities with military-ready companies based upon skills-to-skills matching. Learn more about BMR at www.bridgemyreturn.com.
44:40
January 18, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/17/2021 - Kristin Brindley, Dan Brule, Nicole Price, Vince Mazza and Suzanne Tulien
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Kristin Brindley Dan Brule Nicole Price Vince Mazza Suzanne Tulien
39:57
January 16, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #28 with David Rader
David Rader is an Attorney-Advisor for the Committee on Foreign Investment in the Unites States (CFIUS) at the Department of Defense. He has served as a Manager at EY in Transaction Advisory Services practice, a Vice President in the Corporate & Investment Bank at J.P. Morgan, and as an Associate in the National Security Research Division at the RAND Corporation. He also served as an infantryman in the U.S. Army. David has participated in professional leadership programs with the German Marshall Fund of the United States, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. David holds a BA in Political Science, MA in Government, JD in Corporate Bankruptcy Law, and an MS in Finance.
45:36
January 12, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/10/2021 – Stephen Denny, Stacy Kahan, Cara Kahan, Alana Kahan, Ruble Chandy and Jerome Myers
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Stephen Denny Stacy Kahan Cara Kahan Alana Kahan Ruble Chandy Jerome Myers
39:51
January 09, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #27 with BG (Ret) Stephen K. Curda
Retired Brigadier General Stephen K. Curda, Ph.D. formerly served on the Governor’s Cabinet as the Director of the Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs (IDVA). He was responsible for establishing long term strategic goals for the future of the IDVA and provided oversight of four veteran homes caring for over 900 Veterans and coordinated over 80 veteran service offices throughout the state of Illinois. ​Dr. Curda served in the US military for over 30 years in active duty, Guard and Reserve positions. He commanded units at every echelon, from platoon, company, battalion, brigade and two general officer level commands. He is an Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) veteran. His numerous awards and decorations include the Army Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, and Meritorious Service Medal. Dr. Curda is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College and holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Curda serves as an Associate Professor in the National College of Education at National Louis University and as Senior Advisor to the President on Student Veteran programs. He has previously held faculty positions at Florida State University, the University of Toledo, and the University of West Florida as a professor of Instructional Technology.
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January 05, 2021
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 01/03/2021 – Colton Seal, Tyler “Sully” Sullivan and Jonathan DeYoe
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Colton Seal Tyler “Sully” Sullivan Jonathan DeYoe
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January 01, 2021
#WeAllServe - Episode #26 with David Trenholm
LCDR David N. Trenholm, of Rockford Illinios, Enlisted in the Navy in June of 1995. After completion of Bootcamp at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes Illinois, LCDR Trenholm checked into Yoemen “A” schoolat NAS Merdian MS. In January of 1996, then YNSA Trenholm, checked into his first Command at VFA-106 Gladiators at NAS Cecil Field FL. LCDR Trenholm was selected for the BOOST program in 1998 and left for New Port, RI. LCDR Trenholm graduated from Florida State University, in 2003, where he earned a Double Bachelors of Science in Finance and Real Estate. LCDR Trenholm attended flight school in Pensacola, Florida from 2003-2004 while assigned to the VT-4 Warbucks with follow on training at the 562nd Flying Training Squadron at Randolf AFB in San Antonio TX where he earned his “Wings of Gold” in April 2005. He was selected to his first fleet aircraft, the P-3C Orion, and reported to training at Patrol Squadron 30 located at NAS Jacksonville, FL. In January of 2006, LCDR Trenholm reported to his first operational aviation assignment VP-5 Mad Foxes at NAS Jacksonville, FL. During his time at VP-5 he completed one tri-site deployment to Djibouti, Sigonella, and El Salvador flying over 500 mishap-free hours and directly contributing in the seizure of more than $100 million in narcotics. He also completed one 7th Fleet deployment flying over 500 mishap-free hours. While attached to VP-5 he served as the Legal Officer, Readiness Offcier, and AW Training Division Officer and qualified as NAV/COMM NATOPS Instructor, Instructor TACCO and Mission Commander. In March of 2009, LCDR Trenholm checked in to CPRW-11 Weapons and Tactics Unit (WTU) where he served as a Legal Oficer, Warfare Development Division Officer, Training Division Officer. During his time at CPRW-11 WTU he was responsible for developing training curriculium and implantation of training to over 150 students and qualified over 30 Combat Air Crews in the P-3C Orion. In October of 2011, LCDR Trenholm reported to USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69) where he served as the OI Divison Officer, Search and Rescue Officer, Full Motion Video Officer, Common Tactical Picture Manager, and quailed as a Tactical Action Officer (TAO) and Aircraft Launch and Recovry Officer (SHOOTER). He conducted two deployments to the 5th Fleet AOR in support of Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and a Battle “E”. In August of 2013, LCDR Trenholm checked into CPRW-11 Det FSU-5 where he completed 3 EUCOM deployments amassing over 750 flight hour providing accurate and crucial ISR&T to the FIFTH, and SIXTH Fleet Commanders in support of Operatoins INHERENT RESOLVE. He served as the Maintenance Officer, Admin Officer, Training Officer, and Operations Officer during his time at FSU-5. After being selected for Operational Training Department Head, LCDR Trenholm reported to TACRON 22 in January 2016 where he served as the Operatoins Officer, Training Officer, Admin Officer, and Detachement Plans Officer, and qualified as a (TACCWO). He deployed with onboard the USS WASP (LHD-1) to FIFTH and SIXTH Fleet in support of Operation ODYSSEY LIGHTING. He also deployed aboard the USS IWO JIMA (LHD-7) in support of Hurrican relief due to Hurrican Irma and Matthew. For his twilight tour, LCDR Trenholm reported to CPRW-11 Det FSU-5 July of 2018 where he served as the Maintenance Officer and Detachment Officer-in-Charge of a deployment to FIFTH Fleet and SEVENTH Fleet. LCDR Trenholm has accumulated more than 2,250 flight hours in the mighty P-3C Orion aircraft. His personal decorations include the Air Medal (2 Awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (3 Awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3 Awards) and numerous Campaign, Service and Unit awards. David is married to the Danielle Trenholm of Monticello, FL and together we have 2 children; Sean 19, and Kady, 15 in Jacksonville, FL. David earned a Double Bacholers of Science in Finance and Real Estate from Florida State Univeristy and a
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December 30, 2020
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 12/27/2020 – Edith Voseski, Jason Wright, Merrily Orsini and Jeff Newcorn
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Edith Voseski Jason Wright Merrily Orsini Jeff Newcorn
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December 24, 2020
#WeAllServe - Episode #25 with Joe Wallis
Joe Wallis, senior military engagement manager for Military Affairs at Microsoft, manages Microsoft’s on-base military engagement for Microsoft Software and Systems Academy, as well as Microsoft’s other military programs. Joe has supported military recruiting and engagement at Microsoft for more than four years, and more than half of his nearly 20 years of recruiting experience have been focused on transitioning veterans.  A second-generation service member, Joe is a retired lieutenant colonel from the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve and has 28 years of combined active and reserve service. Upon commissioning as a second lieutenant, Joe spent more than five years on active duty as a communications officer and recruit training commander. He served on active duty for more than five years post-9/11, supporting the European Command, Southern Command and Headquarters Marine Corps.  Joe earned a bachelor’s degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and a master of arts in international relations from the University of Miami. He has also studied at the Naval War College, the Joint Forces Staff College and the National Defense University.
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December 23, 2020
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 12/20/2020 - Naresh Vissa, Dmitrii Kustov and Billionaire PA
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Naresh Vissa Dmitrii Kustov Billionaire PA
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December 18, 2020
#WeAllServe - Episode #24 with Todd Uterstaedt
Ask former Army Intelligence Officer Todd Uterstaedt which characteristics are most important for success in the corporate world and he will respond that they are similar to the characteristics for success in the military world, honor, integrity, respect, focus and dedication. As co-founder and chief executive officer of Baker & Daboll, he has coached CEOs, presidents, CFOs, COOs, leaders and managers on how to be better leaders.  Before graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in communication arts in 1993, Todd took advantage of the many leadership development opportunities available at Hofstra. His involvement in ROTC and his time spent as an RA were the groundwork for his career as a military officer and later the leader of an international executive coaching firm.  Todd used his experience as second lieutenant in a combat engineer battalion to learn about the importance of teamwork and loyalty. It was Todd's experience in South Korea that left him humbled and eager to learn more, a quality that stays with him today. Todd lives by the phrase "Never Give Up," and this is undoubtedly the mantra that has led to his many successes. He uses his leadership and communication skills to transform some of the country's foremost business leaders, and he hopes to gain international recognition in the years to come.  Todd is married and lives with his wife and two children in the Cincinnati suburb of Mason, Ohio.
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December 15, 2020
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 12/13/2020 - Tom Mirrobali, Nelson Tressler, Abraham Gin and Irina Freeman
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Tom Mirrobali Nelson Tressler Abraham Gin Irina Freeman
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December 11, 2020
#WeAllServe - Episode #23 with BG (Ret) Gary Profit
Retiring after 31 years in the U.S. Army, Brigadier General Gary M. Profit began his transition to a civilian career – and developed a passion for helping other military veterans do the same.  In 2008, Gary joined Walmart as its Senior Director of Military Programs. On Memorial Day 2013, he set about delivering on the retailer’s commitment to hire 100,000 veterans by 2018. To date, Walmart has hired more than 70,000 veterans. On Veterans Day 2010, the Walmart Foundation announced a five-year, $10 million commitment to support veteran employment and transition, and, in August 2011, increased the commitment to $20 million. In 2014, the Foundation delivered on its promise more than a year in advance and committed another $20 million to ensure the support continues through 2019.  Gary believes that much can be achieved by empowering veterans to use their considerable skills in their new futures. “Once you get in the door, the advancement opportunities are endless.”
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December 07, 2020
Healing America with Dr. Jim White and guest Robert Shapiro
Bestselling author, CEO and thought leader Jim White, PhD has a way to rejuvenate America and heal her wounds. Join us for a new episode of Healing America With Dr. Jim White webinar series next Tuesday at 6:30 pm ET as we discuss America post-election 2020. Our guest, Robert Shapiro, will join us to share what gives him hope that HEALING AMERICA is possible. Mr. Shapiro is a Professor of political science, Columbia University.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America with Dr. Jim White and guest Susie Brusa
Healing America with Dr. Jim White and guest Susie Brusa
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December 07, 2020
Healing America with Dr. Jim White with guest Jennifer Garrett
Healing America with Dr. Jim White with guest Jennifer Garrett
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December 07, 2020
Healing America with Dr. Jim White and guest Ronald Winter
Bestselling author, CEO and thought leader Jim White, PhD has a way to rejuvenate America and heal her wounds. Join us for a new 1 HOUR episode of Healing America With Dr. Jim White webinar series next Tuesday at 6 pm ET as we discuss America post-election 2020. Our guest, Ronald Winter, will join us at 6:30 pm ET for the second half of the show. Mr. Winter is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated author and former marine.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America with Dr. Jim White and guest Baxter Swilley
Bestselling author, CEO and thought leader Jim White, PhD has a way to rejuvenate America and heal her wounds. Join us for episode 9 of his Healing America With Dr. Jim White webinar series on November 3 at 6:30 PM ET as Dr. White interviews Baxter Swilley, Partner, Main Street Consulting, and Former Candidate for Illinois Lieutenant Governor.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America with Dr. Jim White and guest Jack N. Rakove
Bestselling author, CEO and thought leader Jim White, PhD has a way to rejuvenate America and heal her wounds. Join us for episode 8 of his Healing America With Dr. Jim White webinar series on October 27 at 6:30 PM ET as Dr. White interviews Jack N. Rakove, Pulitzer Prize winner and Professor Emeritus of Stanford University.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America with Dr. Jim White with guest Dr. Dov Snow
Bestselling author, CEO and thought leader Jim White, PhD has a way to rejuvenate America and heal her wounds. Join us for episode 7 of his Healing America With Dr. Jim White webinar series on October 20 at 6:30 PM ET as Dr. White interviews Dr. Dov Snow, Clinical health psychologist and serves as Publisher of The Chicago Jewish Home, Chicagoland’s largest Jewish newspaper.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America With Dr. Jim White Webinar Series | Episode 7 | Elliot Richardson
Join Dr. Jim White as he interviews Elliot Richardson, Co-Founder and President of the Small Business Advocacy Council.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America With Dr. Jim White Webinar Series | Episode 6
Join Dr. Jim White as he discusses 2020 Presidential Debates and Broken America.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America With Dr. Jim White Webinar Series | Episode 5
Join Dr. Jim White as he discusses 2020 Presidential Debates and Broken America.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America With Dr. Jim White Webinar Series | Episode 4 | Tom Day
Join Dr. Jim White as he interviews Congressman Joe Walsh.
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December 07, 2020
Healing America With Dr. Jim White Webinar Series | Episode 3 | Joe Walsh
Join Dr. Jim White as he interviews Congressman Joe Walsh.
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December 07, 2020
Broken America Book Launch Webinar With Dr. Jim White and Robert Shapiro
Bestselling author, CEO and thought leader Jim White, PhD has a way to rejuvenate America and heal her wounds. 
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December 07, 2020
Healing America With Dr. Jim White Webinar Series | Episode 1
Join Dr. Jim White as he discusses the current events as we see them unfold.  
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December 07, 2020
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 12/06/2020 - Doug Thompson, Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco, Perla Tamez and Jennifer Del Giudice
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Doug Thompson Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco Perla Tamez Jennifer Del Giudice
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December 04, 2020
#WeAllServe Episode #23 - Episode with David Muir
David Muir is the leader of the Easterseals' Veteran Staffing Network (VSN), an innovative program designed to be the first sustainable solution for veteran unemployment. My role on the team is working with businesses to build partnerships with lasting impact.  The services our team provide are focused on connecting organizations who desire amazing employees to our veterans and military spouses, using a staffing model. We are dedicated to providing top tier military talent to employers and getting our veterans and their spouses into great career opportunities.  Our social mission is to educate service members and their families on the skill of job search. Our robust curriculum of 68 courses and nearly 200 learning objectives covers the entire spectrum of job search. All at no cost to the student. Historically programs like this have been funded by government grants or philanthropy, neither of which is a sustainable funding stream, comes with restrictions on who can access the training and where it is delivered and causes people to “fall through the cracks.”  To reach sustainability, the VSN employs a full service placement firm model. Our rates are industry standard (20% fee for direct hire, 90 day guarantee) and a 6 month temp-to-hire with zero conversion fee at the completion of 6 months of hourly work, competitively billed. The unique difference using the VSN vs. other staffing firms is we are a non-profit, only work with people from the military community (vets, guard and reserve, wounded warriors, spouses, dependent children) and every penny invested on VSN services pays for other vets to receive social services and career coaching.  Results to Date:  The VSN is in its 7th year of operation and our work has helped just over 2,500 veterans and family members find employment in 35 states. The revenues from these placements have provided the infrastructure to provide intensive career coaching services to more than 11,000 people. The VSN also provides subject matter expertise on veteran employment programs to our clients.
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December 01, 2020
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 11/29/2020 – Ed Graziano, Orlando Ashford, Matt Deutschman and Michael Roderick
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Ed Graziano Orlando Ashford Matt Deutschman Michael Roderick
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November 30, 2020
#WeAllServe Episode #22 - Episode with Ryan Walsh
Ryan has been an integral part of the creation of Valqari’s Smart Drone Delivery Mailbox and focuses his efforts on product development, intellectual property and strategic partnerships in an effort to ultimately reshape the future of the logistics industry. Prior to Valqari, Ryan served three tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan with the 75th Ranger Regiment. Upon completing his tours of duty, Ryan successfully led several business operations in industries including retail and service in a partnership with Co-Founder Alex Falesch for the past 10 years.
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November 27, 2020
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 11/22/2020 – Andrew Kerai, Brenden Kumarasamy and Steven Leahy
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Andrew Kerai Brenden Kumarasamy Steven Leahy
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