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A Safe Haven, a non-profit dedicated to helping people transition out of homelessness, recently celebrated its 25-year anniversary. The event, which took place in Chicago, was attended by notable persons and individuals related to the area and the organization’s ongoing work. One individual in attendance who bears special recognition was Perry Mandera, founder of The Custom Companies Inc. Due to his work to support the non-profit, the transportation company CEO was one of the few people to be honored with an award at the event, demonstrating the organization’s appreciation for his extensive help over the years. Read on for more on the non-profit and the philanthropist.
How Diversant LLC Chairman John Goullet has poised Diversant LLC as a leader in the U.S. technology staffing market.
Whether an IT executive or technologist in the trenches, we all have our share of workplace problems. And by setting out to solve those problems, IT entrepreneur John Goullet has grown an idea into a multi-million-dollar staffing empire. His approach is simple: find a need and then meet it in the very best way possible.
Jonathan Cornelissen is a data scientist and entrepreneur. His main focus over the past decade has been centered around efforts to further education in data science. His doctorate is in the field of financial econometrics. During the pursuit of that degree, he published numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals on data science, statistics, and economics. He’s also known for developing an R package to be used in quantitative finance.
With an appetite for knowledge and a drive for success, Jack Plotkin has continuously found himself at the forefront of emerging technologies and industry change. Jack, a graduate of Harvard University, has spent nearly 20 years working with healthcare companies and almost seven years in the cauldron of healthcare’s technological advancements. In that time, he has become a recognized industry thought leader and a driving force behind cutting edge healthcare technologies.
William Saito invented a software company in his dorm room at the University of California, Riverside. It was the kind of company that drew the attention of Microsoft and in 2000, Microsoft bought the firmware rights to the technology, securing Saito firmly as an authority in the the technology industry.