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Episode #30: Meek Azra Khalfan had to “come out from behind the desk” and take over her family business – 1/13/16
Azra Khalfan is the head of Plaques by Azra and Signs & Lucite Products, both founded by her parents. A Muslim woman raised by progressive parents in the U.S., as a young woman, Azra still felt the need to conform to her culture. When that life didn’t go as planned,read more
Episode #29: Eileen Donnelly, Ed.D, Dean of Online & Experiential Learning and AVP of Technology, Wilmington University, turned a consulting gig into an opportunity to pivot into higher education – 1/20/16
Eileen Donnelly started her career in sales as a representative for Proctor & Gamble, quickly migrating to customer service management for Avon and furniture company F. Schumacher. As her job responsibilities took her further into the realm of IT and operations, Eileen considered transitioning her career in this direction. She pivoted and moved into higher education, where a position with Wilmington University that afforded advancement encouraged her to pursue her doctorate, and today she wears dual hats in a challenging but rewarding careerread more
A long-time digital veteran and pioneer, Ted Rubin has worked for some of the most prestigious brands in sales and marketing leadership and has authored several best-selling books including “Return on Relationship.”read more
Episode #27 – Erin Dickins co-founded The Manhattan Transfer then went on to cooking school, opened two restaurants, transitioned to jazz vocalist and founded a spice manufacturing company – 12/16/15
Erin Dickins is a world renowned jazz vocalist, and the co-founder of The Manhattan Transfer. She is also passionate about cooking and is a trained chef. Erin has brought her two passions together, entwining her love for cooking with a jazzy flair – pairing recipes with recordings from her recent CD release “Java Jive.”read more
Episode #25: As a child, Peyman Nilforoush’s family escaped a tyrannical government. He had to learn English. He’s now a Silicon Valley 2x tech entrepreneur – 12/2/15
Peyman Nilforoush grew up in Iran under a repressive regime that severely curtailed freedom of information. Escaping and emigrating with his family to Canada, Peyman had to overcome language and cultural barriers. In 1999, he and his brother Pirouz founded and grew a technology company which they sold in 2013. Inspired by his childhood memories of what his life could have been, Peyman founded a new company, inPowered, to help people more rapidly connect to credible, trustworthy information.read more
Episode #24 – What does an Irish pub have in common with a marketer? Ask Ken Mueller, Director of Marketing & Communications, Tellus360 – 11/18/15
Ken has done everything from news and sports radio to academia and the world of museums to digital marketing consultant and now is the Director of Marketing for one of the most unique Irish pubs and music venues, as well as the owner of a marketing and social media firmread more
Episode #22: Reinvention Conversation with Stephen Coakley, Chief Operating Officer Babel Street – 11/4/16
Stephen Coakley had worked in real estate operations for much of his career, evolving from residential brokering to asset management to government HUD contracting, and from employee to startup employee to business founder. After selling his last business to his partner, he dabbled in technology equity investing, and now helps lead a technology company.read more
Episode #21: Reinvention Conversation with Susan Knight, Financial Advisor with Merrill Lynch – 10/21/15
Growing up overseas, Susan Knight had a successful corporate career selling multi-million dollar incentive programs to Fortune 500 companies. When circumstances caused her to re-evaluate her life and professional satisfaction, Susan pivoted, hit the books, and is now a certified Financial Advisor for Merrill Lynch.read more
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