Meet The Disruptors: Pinar Akiskalioglu of Punk Business School On The Five Things You Need To Shake Up Your Industry An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis …Technology, the pandemic, the recession — the world is changing. In the future there may be fewer jobs, so we need more radical thinking. As a part of our series about business leaders who are shaking things up in their industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Pinar Akiskalioglu. Pinar Akiskalioglu is an entrepreneur who wants to make the business and beauty worlds put people and the planet first. She is founder of TAKK, a personal care brand which sells a stripped-back collection of beauty essentials, and Punk Business School aimed at entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs who want to become better, more empathetic and intuitive leaders. Pinar was born in Turkey but is now based in London.
Heroes Of The Homeless Crisis: How Ardana ‘AJ’ Jefferson Of Homeless Children’s Education Fund Is Helping To Support Some Of The Most Vulnerable People In Our Communities An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis Do not take life for granted. Someone else is wishing for what we have every day. As a part of my series about “Heroes Of The Homeless Crisis” I had the pleasure of interviewing Ardana ‘AJ’ Jefferson. Ardana ‘AJ’ Jefferson joined Homeless Children’s Education Fund (HCEF) in March 2022. She is tasked with advancing the organization’s 23-year mission through leadership development, community advocacy, public policy, financial stewardship and sustainable revenue growth. With more than 25 years of experience in nonprofit management and net revenue growth, AJ has an in-depth understanding of the industry and has successfully executed strategic plans across organizational enterprises. Before joining the HCEF
Meet The Disruptors: Bill Kerr Of Avalon Healthcare Solutions On The Five Things You Need To Shake Up Your Industry An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis Choose being right or effective. When dealing with people, you have to decide whether you want to get them on board with the change or do you want to be right. In my opinion, it is more important to be effective than right, and being right may be a barrier to being effective. This requires me to suppress my ego. As a part of our series about business leaders who are shaking things up in their industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Bill Kerr, M.D., CEO, Avalon Healthcare Solutions. Bill Kerr, M.D., is the CEO of Avalon Healthcare Solutions. He co-founded the company in 2013 and leads the Avalon team that is scaling