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Tad Hill – Freedom Financial Group

The biblical passage about it being better to give than to receive hit home early for Tad Hill. Son of a farmer father and a social worker mother, the young Hill often accompanied his mom as she tended to the elderly and infirm in and around Birmingham, Alabama. The old and disabled folks took a […]

Tamara Surratt – Legacy Family Office

A seasoned and savvy wealth adviser with an MBA from Gulf Coast University, Tamara Surratt works with multigenerational families, from the wealth creators themselves all the way to the youngest generations, to help families preserve and grow their wealth. Engaging the entire family is important because, statistically, the odds are against families hoping to pass […]

Ted Kakoyiannis – Valyrian Capital LLC

Ted Kakoyiannis was at a point of professional atrophy. As a transactional attorney in the real estate realm, he was negotiating and drafting contracts and loan documents and advocating for his clients—but he wasn’t really creating anything. Then, another possibility began to reveal itself: As his experience grew, he recalls, clients were increasingly asking him […]

Terry Hay – Scandinavian Building Services Ltd

The road to the Monster Jam World Finals XVIII passed through the Northlands Coliseum (also known as Rexall Place) in Edmonton, Alberta, the first weekend in February, with the legendary Randy Brown and his Grave Digger ripping and roaring around the track and over the mounds, leaving a packed house of novelty truck enthusiasts sky […]

The New York Wheel

In the works for nearly a decade, The New York Wheel on Staten Island broke ground in spring 2015. The project, featuring a prominent 630-foot observation wheel, is the culmination of joint efforts between a number of New York City developers, contractors and investors. Led by Rich Marin, CEO of The New York Wheel, the […]

Theresa Maldonado – University of Texas at El Paso

In 1976, during her freshman year at Georgia’s Macon Junior College, Theresa Maldonado sat down for a meeting with her math professor. She can still picture the classroom, where the window was and how the light hit the floor at her feet. Mostly, though, she remembers the sinking feeling. “The message was, ‘Women don’t belong […]

This Latina movement has found its groove

Forget what you know. Forget the hot-headed temperament, the accent. Forget what you’ve read in the news about immigrants snatching up American jobs. While you’re at it, forget the O. It’s Latina, not Latino. Women are telling this story. About time, say Ana Masacote and six other women who, after six months of organizing, recently […]

Tim McCoy – The London Company

Don’t ask the folks at The London Company to predict the future—even a little bit. That’s just not what they do. Instead, their approach is deliberate, measured and simple. Rather than jumping at the shiniest new objects—say, the trendiest and latest IPOs—and essentially betting on uncertainty, their focus is on purchasing companies with sustainable competitive […]

Todd Hurley – City of St. Paul

To most driving by, the 125-acre plot along St. Paul’s Mississippi River banks looks like nothing more than a blank earthen canvas—the hole where a beating, pumping Ford plant used to be. Todd Hurley sees the masterpiece to come, and the heart of a 21st century community years in the making. He sees the potential […]

Todd McTavish

It was a game-changer, for sure. Last May’s Murphy vs. NCAA case in which the Supreme Court by a 6-3 vote left it up to the states to decide whether they would join Nevada, Delaware, Oregon and Montana in legalizing sports betting and dealing with its ramifications. Could be a sizable pot of money with […]

Testimonials

My experience with the team at Vision was great. Their professional and courteous staff took every opportunity to make the production of our article a real pleasure. From the initial contact, through the interview and all the way into production, the process was easy and fun. On behalf of the members of Anza Electric, thank you for highlighting what we do here to make rural living and cooperative membership more valuable in our community and across the country.
– Kevin Short, General Manager, Anza Electric Cooperative Inc.

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