09 Jul July 14, 2016 – UPS Leadership from ex-President Ron Wallace & Going Global w Stephen Creskoff
Ron Wallace – CEO at Number One Group, Retired President of UPS International, Author of Leadership Lessons from a UPS Driver: Delivering a Culture of We, Not Me
Ron Wallace is the former President of UPS International, where his team consisted of 60,000 people in 200 countries. Ron has served as Chairman or co-chair of 33 boards of directors. After retiring from UPS, he was appointed by the Governor of Georgia to help form the new city of Milton. In 2008, he opened an Irish pub called Old Blind Dog, which was named the best Irish pub in the world! As a younger man, Ron was a professional race car driver and played semi-professional football. He serves as a police officer near his hometown and is active in politics and charitable organizations. His book Irish Pubs in America: History, Lore, and Recipes won the Indie Book Award.
Stephen Creskoff – Principal at Creskoff & Doram and Author of What You Need to Know to Go Global: A Guide to International Trade Transactions
Stphen Creskoff is the author of “What You Need to Know to Go Global,”a 422 page book providing a guide to international trade transactions. He speaks to groups about the book and related topics. Stephen provides consulting services regarding WTO law, trade facilitation, customs legislation and special economic zones to governments and international financial institutions. He also represents corporate law clients in connection with trade association, customs and trade matters, and is a consultant regarding WTO and trade issues and customs legislative reform for developing countries. In addition, He is legal counsel for a North American manufacturing association and has represented clients in a wide variety of customs and trade cases. Stephen assisted the Myanmar Ministry of Commerce in the development of a trade portal designed to inform importers and exporters about all aspects of trade transactions in Myanmar. He was a Consultant for The World Bank and an Adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins University.