Restoring Quality of Life Through Joint Replacements

Alexander Sah, MD currently serves as Director of the Outpatient Joint Replacement Program and as Co-Director of the Institute for Joint Restoration and Research at Washington Hospital in Fremont, CA. He was born at Washington Hospital and raised in Fremont. He earned his medical degree, graduating Magna Cum Laude, from Thomas Jefferson Medical College in PA. He then went on to complete his residency at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Program and then a joint reconstruction fellowship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Sah specializes in total knee and total hip replacement, and developed the outpatient program in Fremont in 2014. He is the only surgeon performing anterior hi

Impact '19: Jan Geldmacher

Jan Geldmacher is president of Sprint Business. He joined the company in August 2016 and reports to CEO Michel Combes. Jan runs Sprint Business is responsible for B2B strategy and execution to serve small, medium businesses, enterprises, and wholesale customers across the globe. Through the sales and product teams, Sprint Business offers includes wireless, wireline and IoT solutions nationally and abroad. Before joining Sprint, Jan served as chief executive officer of Vodafone Global Enterprise, the UK-based business unit, responsible for defining the strategy and operational execution of Vodafone’s relationships with multinational corporate customers worldwide. Jan also served as director o

Impact'19: James Thayer

James is the Managing Director of Clarke Capital Partners, a Family Office Investment Firm Headquartered in Utah. James has a broad set of experience that he has acquired working overseas at a Global Law firm, as an in house attorney and as entrepreneur. Prior to joining Clarke Capital Partners James founded UnifyLegal, a Tech company in the legal industry which helps companies locate business lawyers at a fair price. James attended the Duke University of Law where his received his Master’s in International & Comparative Law and his Juris Doctorate. Alan Can you give a background on your career path before you came over to Clark Capital Partners? James I started out as a as an attorney doing

Impact'19: Michael Beaudoin II

Michael invests in early stage companies, on behalf of Mark IV Capital. Previously, Michael created and operated AT&T’s Aspire Accelerator; and served as a Vice President at JPMorgan Chase and Deutsche Bank. Michael graduated with an MBA from Pepperdine and undergraduate from Ball State University. Bio Source: sched.com Alan Welcome my visiting here today is Michael Beaudoin of Mark IV Capital. He's the director of private equity and welcome to the show. So, Michael, for the listeners here, can you give your background of what you did prior to coming into Mark IV? Michael Yeah. So before mark for I was in a general management program at AT&T and were managed different groups throughout the

Impact'19: Tom Kandris

Tom Kandris is a regional business leader from Northern California, and a serial entrepreneur and investor. Kandris spent the first half of his career entrenched in the semiconductor industry where he held domestic and overseas senior executive and board level roles in major American, Japanese and European corporations. In 2000, Kandris cofounded PackageOne, an innovative and agile manufacturer of corrugated packaging products, which grew from a self-funded startup to an over $60 million enterprise. He led the company to a successful exit in 2017. He sits on several for-profit, nonprofit and government boards, including on the Comstock’s editorial board. Bio Source: comstocksmag.com Alan I'm

Impact'19: Dr. Linda Farley

Linda E. Farley, Ed.D, joined Girl Scouts Heart of Central California (GSHCC) in 2013 as its Chief Executive Officer. A lifelong advocate for youth development, Linda holds a doctorate in leadership from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul. She has dedicated her career to creating opportunities for young people to learn and lead through programs in education, community service and the arts. Bio Source: girlscoutshcc.org Alan I'm sitting here today with Dr. Linda Farley. She's the CEO of the Girl Scout organization for the Greater Sacramento area. Welcome. Dr. Farley Thank you. Thank you. Alan So I understand there are some 18,000 Girl Scouts under your jurisdiction. Dr. Farley There are

Impact '19: Stacy Lewis Daher

Stacy Lewis Daher is an experienced financial leader with a successful track record in asset management, finance, accounting, treasury, procurement, debt issuance and management, and financial planning roles at the University of San Francisco and PricewaterhouseCoopers. She leads the investment of one of the best performing endowment portfolios in the country as of June 30, 2018, with performance in the top 1% of other endowments and foundations over the last 5 years and performance in the top 2% of other endowments and foundations over the last 15 years.Stacy was appointed as a Board member on the California Educational Facilities Authority by Governor Jerry Brown in 2012. In her board capa

Impact Investing with John Hoffmire

About John Hoffmire: John’s achievements in both the academic and business worlds are extensive and – having participated in work, research and speaking tours in 99 countries – John is regarded as one of the leading experts in his field. His pioneering approach has led to achievements such as: leading the first sale of shares for a microfinance bank to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan at K-REP in Kenya. John is chairman of Cadence Innova, a change management consulting firm based in London. Before joining Saïd Business School at University of Oxford and becoming the Director of the Centre on Business and Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, John had a twenty-year career in equity

Impact Investing- A Moment with John Hoffmire

About John Hoffmire: John’s achievements in both the academic and business worlds are extensive and – having participated in work, research and speaking tours in 99 countries – John is regarded as one of the leading experts in his field. His pioneering approach has led to achievements such as: leading the first sale of shares for a microfinance bank to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan at K-REP in Kenya. John is chairman of Cadence Innova, a change management consulting firm based in London. Before joining Saïd Business School at University of Oxford and becoming the Director of the Centre on Business and Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, John had a twenty-year career in equity

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