October 2013

Broadcast October 17, 2013 on Liberty Express Radio http://www.cyberears.com/cybrss/21470.mp3 [caption id="attachment_4494" align="alignright" width="180"] Vivy Chao[/caption] Vivy Chao - Contributing Writer at Women 2.0 and Huffington Post and CEO of Nanoogo Vivy Chao is a blogger on "Girls in STEM" for The Huffington Post and Women 2.0.  And she is the new CEO for Nanoogo, an really cool education startup geared toward elementary school students. Vivy Chao, Ed.D. has over 10 years of experience in both administration and teaching in K-12 and higher education. She is a highly rated lecturer at California State University, Long Beach and is a faculty mentor to first-generation college students through the Partners for Success program. Vivy regularly monitors her students' academic progress and helped them with all their goals. She has also taught at the California State University, Fullerton and ITT Technical Institute.       [caption id="attachment_4500" align="alignright" width="200"] Les McKeown[/caption] Les McKeown - Founder of Predictable Success and Author at "The Synergist: How to Lead Your Team to Predictable Success" Les McKeown, international keynote speaker and bestselling author, founded Predictable Success® to spread his message.  He has over 25 years of global business experience, and has started 42 companies! In Ireland, he was the founding partner of an incubator that launched hundreds of businesses with thousands of employees. He was awarded the Samuel Smyth Memorial Prize as a Chartered Accountant (CPA) in the UK and was the youngest qualified Chartered Accountant in the UK. After a brief stint with Price Waterhouse (now PwC), Les became Ireland's youngest ever accounting firm partner. After decades advising individuals and organizations on growth and development, he started his own training and development business, which he grew to 13 offices before selling. In 1999, Les relocated to the US to write, teach and consult in high-performance organizational development with clients including  Harvard University, US Army, Microsoft, United Technologies, American Express, and many others.          ...