Archive for February, 2018

Judging a Leader: Gregory Aziz

Finding a leadership team to help your business thrive can be extremely difficult. Many leaders are not able to describe their abilities accurately, and sometimes the performance of a company has nothing to do with the person in charge. One business leader that leaves nothing up to interpretation, however, is Gregory James Aziz.   Gregory J. Aziz was born and raised in a...

Posted on February 28, 2018Read More

American Institute of Architects: Dedicated to Design

     The architect Robert Ivy received his masters from Tulane University, which is a private university in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ivy is the Chief Executive Officer and the Executive Vice President for the American Institute of Architects. He started this position in 2011. The American Institute of Architects operates out of Washington, D.C., and provides resources to...

Posted on February 20, 2018Read More

Dick DeVos Puts Resources Back in Community

Dick DeVos may now be better known as the husband of U.S. Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, but he has had a tremendous career and impact in the Midwest and throughout the country. While he and his wife are taking part in a new chapter of their lives, what they do and continue to do has been focused on their community.   DeVos is part of the family that founded and...

Posted on February 20, 2018Read More

THE FRESH ENERGY IN OBSIDIAN ENERGY

Obsidian is described as a type of black or dark glass formed from cooling lava (after a volcano) that has strong metaphysical properties. The 26th of June 2017 saw Penn West Petroleum Ltd make changes to its name and thus to become Obsidian Energy Ltd under the new President and Chief Executive Officer; David French. This man took office in October 2017. Penn West was founded...

Posted on February 13, 2018Read More