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Matthew Fleeger, the CEO of Dallas’ Gulf Coast Western and a dignitary in the oil and gas industry, is a businessman of many successes. Before acquiring said success, Fleeger jumped through the obligatory hoops that all industrious entrepreneurs do. While attending Southern Methodist University, Fleeger amassed sufficient knowledge on finance and marketing. After graduating, Fleeger was poised for success. Fleeger’s father, the successful owner of an oil and gas company, served as Fleeger’s inspiration as he plunged into business pursuits. Fueled by his enterprise and ambition, Fleeger ventured into the business world with his entrepreneurialism in tow.
Max Salk currently works as an investment analyst in New York City.
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.
HCR Wealth Advisors is a dedicated wealth management firm founded on the principles of providing up-to-date, sound financial and investment strategies to their clients by integrating their investments, retirement plans, and financial targets into a single strategy that evolves and grows as they do.
Within the broad scope of the general medical field, countless dedicated professionals save lives, develop cures for otherwise fatal diseases, increase the quality of life for affected individuals, and perform preventative care to ensure that individuals can lead healthy, happy, and well-rounded lives. In their respective roles, these highly trained medical professionals spearhead innovative thought, dedicate their time and energy toward the betterment of society, partake in boundary-pushing research, and advance their fields with passion, vigor, and dedication. For many, however, boundaries and limitations can exist as a result of practicing under a large-scale conglomerate, or being reliant on corporate funding for research dedications. For others, perhaps they are unable to specialize in a particular niche due to demand issues, funding, or other factors outside of their control.