September 2017

http://www.cyberears.com/cybrss/31136.mp3 Peter Davis - Founder & CEO, GreenPrint LLC [caption id="attachment_22726" align="alignright" width="139"] Peter Davis[/caption] Pete Davis has more than twenty years of successful management, strategic, and corporate development experience in the high-growth financial technology, marketing, and payments industries. He always seeks opportunities to leverage his experience to help others in dynamic start-up and venture-backed companies. His new firm, GreenPrint, created the world’s first reduced emission fuel program. They license a Sustainability Software as a Service marketing solution to convenience store chains (7-Eleven for example) and oil companies allowing them to sell environmentally friendly fuel. They work with over 30,000 corporate and municipal fleets globally through their Clean Fleet Program. He is also an active investor in m2M Strategies/GetOne Rewards and InSequent and has served as a board member for Vesdia Corporation, Schoolpop LLC, CauseLoyalty, LLC, Georgia Shakespeare, and Sunrise Bank of Atlanta. Pete was recently a Finalist for Atlanta Small Business Person of the Year as judged by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.   Chris Arrendale - Email Deliverability Expert and Founder/CEO of Inbox Pros [caption id="attachment_22880" align="alignright" width="150"] Chris Arrendale[/caption] Chris Arrendale has more than sixteen years of experience in the technology and software industry. He has worked directly with many different ISPs, spam filter providers, webmail providers, and partners to resolve email deliverability and privacy issues. He also maintains several professional certifications including Certified Information Privacy Professional, Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge, as well as many email service provider and marketing automation certifications. Chris is actively involved with the Email Experience Council, the Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group, the Email Sender & Provider Coalition, the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and the Atlanta Interactive Marketing Association. Since founding Inbox Pros, an email deliverability and privacy consulting firm, Chris has worked with a variety of clients across many verticals solving their email deliverability challenges. He works to ensure that his client’s emails reach the inbox of their customers.   Fred White - Co-Founder and CEO of LaaSer Critical Communications [caption id="attachment_22885" align="alignright" width="150"] Fred White[/caption] Fred White has over twenty years of expertise in high visibility product management, marketing, and strategy. He saw a problem with the 9-1-1 emergency telephone system and designed a solution to fix it. Thousands of lives are lost every year due to confusion about the location of 9-1-1 callers. Calls are often routed to the wrong jurisdiction and latitude and longitude information are often incorrect. LaaSer provides patented location information and call routing designed to solve the problem of an incorrect location. Simply ut, we use cell phones today and the 9-1-1 system was designed before cells existed. police and fire personnel are often sent to locations mile from the problem. At its core, the technology runs in the cloud and on any mobile device that gives accurate location information about the caller to operators immediately. Fred recently won the Small Business Person of the Year Award in Atlanta.   ...

http://www.cyberears.com/cybrss/31128.mp3 Linda Adams - Co-founder of The Trispective Group and Author of The Loyalist Team: How Trust, Candor, and Authenticity Create Great Organizations [caption id="attachment_22719" align="alignright" width="150"] Linda Adams[/caption] Linda Adams offers over forty years of experience as a HR professional having worked for several large international corporations and as a coach to the senior leadership at top North American businesses. Linda led human resources functions at Ford Motors, Hardees, PepsiCo division KFC, Level 3 Communications and Thorn Americas. She is drawn to helping teams, leaders, and organizations fully explore and leverage talent, and to that end, Linda became a Founding Partner at The Trispective Group in 2008. The company believes that their work provides the insight and tools necessary to create trans-formative change in work lives. The partners of the firm wrote a book called "The Loyalist Team," as an extension of this work. The book will make their concepts and approaches accessible so that every team can be a great team.   Gordon Hill - Professional Speaker and Speaking Consultant  [caption id="attachment_22707" align="alignright" width="150"] Gordon Hill[/caption] Gordon Hill has been an expert speaker, in some capacity, since 1957, starting as an Air Force Technical Instructor. Today, he helps speakers to create original materials based on the fundamentals. His ideas are collected on an extension YouTube channel (he was filmed over 130 videos). He was a full time professional speaker for sixteen years as a self-employed high-tech seminar developer and presenter. From 1986 to 2001, he was a Professional member of the National Speakers Association (NSA). He served as President of the Central Florida Chapter of NSA for two years and won their Member of the Year for 1990. In 2001, we won the George Morrisey Lifetime Achievement Award. He is also author of "The Twelve Days of Training," a parody of the Twelve Days of Christmas.   Martha Brockenbrough - Author of Alexander Hamilton, Revolutionary [caption id="attachment_22704" align="alignright" width="150"] Martha Brockenbrough[/caption] Martha Brockenbrough is the author of two books for adults and several books for young readers or YA (young adults). She serves as a faculty member at Vermont College of Fine Arts and blogger for the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators. Martha is the founder of National Grammar Day, observed March 4, and she has written questions for the games Cranium and Trivial Pursuit. She was also an editor of MSN.com, has interviewed lots of celebrities (Jonas Brothers and Slash), and has been published in The New York Times. Martha won a Pacific Northwest Bookseller Association Award and a Washington State Book Award for her novel The Game of Love and Death. She was also a finalist for the Kirkus Prize. One of the YA books was an Amazon Best Book of the Month, an Amazon Best Book of 2015, a Booklist Top Ten Arts Book for Youth, a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2015, a Kirkus Best Teen Book of 2015, and a Booklist Editors’ Choice for 2015.   ...