Dr. Chauncey Crandall
Chauncey W. Crandall IV, M.D., F.A.C.C., is Director of Preventive Medicine at the renowned Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic and Chief of Interventional Cardiology at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Palm Beach, Florida. Dr. Crandall regularly lectures nationally and internationally on preventive cardiology, cardiology healthcare of the elderly, healing, interventional cardiology, and heart transplants. He has been heralded for his values and message of hope to all his heart patients and is also the editor of the popular newsletter, Dr. Crandall’s Heart Health Report.
Heart Health Report: http://crandallreport.com/
Simple Heart Test http://www.simplehearttest.com/bio.aspx/
Link to Book - The Simple Heart Cure
Dr. Bill Crawford
In addition to holding a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Houston, Dr. Crawford is a licensed psychologist, author of four books, organizational consultant, and speaker. Over the last 26 years he has created more than 3300 presentations for such organizations as Sprint, Shell, The American Medical Association, PBS, and many other organizations and professional associations nationwide. He has a unique perspective on achieving success and he shares this philosophy with such humor and energy —he is often referred to as the "Steve Martin" of psychologists. In addition, his two PBS specials have been seen by over 15 million people and he has been quoted as an expert in such diverse publications as The New York Times, Entrepreneur, Working Mother, The Chicago Tribune, Investor's Business Daily, The Dallas Morning News, and Cosmopolitan, just to name a few.
Charlotte Libov is an award-winning health book author and a pioneer in the field of patient advocacy. Her first book, The Woman’s Heart Book, was among the first to call attention to the problem of heart disease in women, and was made into a groundbreaking PBS special, upon which she appeared as part of the expert’s panel. She is also the author of the following books: A Woman’s Guide to Heart Attack Recovery, Beat Your Risk Factors: A Woman’s Guide to Reducing Her Risk for Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Stroke and Osteoporosis, 50 Essential Things to do When the Doctor Says It’s Heart Disease, and 50 Essential Things to Do When the Doctor Says It’s Migraine. A popular speaker, she has given talks for Toyota, IBM and the Biotech International Organization, and has appeared as a keynote speaker for the US Army War College, the American Heart Association, Duke University Medical School, Women in International Trade, the and at other hospitals and organizations throughout the country. Her byline has appeared regularly in Newsmax Magazine, NewsmaxHealth.com WebMD, Heath Revolution, CURE, AARP, GoodHousekeeping.com, Huffington Post, and many other top websites and publications. She is a former New York Times regular contributor.
A journalist for 32 years, Daniel Olivera began his career at the El Dia in La Plata, one of the oldest newspapers in Argentina. It was 1982, the year when the Military Junta occupied the Malvinas Islands starting a war against the United Kingdom.
He has covered first as a journalist and then as section editor and editor in chief, practically all the most important issues of Argentina’s recent history: the end of the war, the collapse of the dictatorship, the return of democracy with President Alfonsin, the trial of the genocides, the hyperinflation, the arriving of President Menem, the two visits of Pope John Paul II, and in the new millennium the economic chaos of 2001-2002 which pushed the country to border of disintegration (time where the current Pope Francis played a key role as pacifier, during those difficult days with five Presidents in only one week) and finally the starting of the Kirchner couple era, which extends for more than 10 years and three consecutive democratic mandates.
He is the author of "Pecado, el negocio de la caridad en la Argentina" Editorial Planeta, Buenos Aires 2002 and "El macho, la Bestia negra de la democracia" Editorial Norma, Buenos Aires 2003.
Link to Book - Francis: A Pope for Our Time
Andrew Packer has been an avid investor since childhood. Starting with bullion and collectible coins, he expanded into stocks as a teenager. After earning a BA in economics, Andrew has honed his analytical skills while working at various companies, including real estate research and private equity. He has since added options, real estate, and bonds to his personal portfolio. His investment approach is based on value, growth at a reasonable price, special situations, and any other opportunities presented by the market. Andrew has written investment services on small-cap value investing, shorting, and contributed big-cap value investments to a monthly publication.
MoneyNews Blog: http://www.moneynews.com/Blogs/AndrewPacker/id-120
Link to Book - Uncharted
Link to Book - Aftershock's High Income Guide
Dr. William Purkey
William Watson Purkey began his educational career as a public school teacher, rising to a fully tenured position at the University of Florida, and finally as Professor Emeritus of Counselor Education at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. His passion for teaching and leadership has earned him various awards of excellence in his field. He is also the co-founder of The International Alliance for Invitational Education. A noted writer, researcher, speaker, and leader, Purkey has authored nearly 100 articles and more than a dozen books.
Affiliated website www.invitationaleducation.net
A politician by vocation and journalist and consultant as his profession, Luis Rosales was elected as the youngest State Representative in the Province of Mendoza, Argentina, in 1989. Two years later he was nominated as Secretary of Tourism, where he projected this activity as one of the most important source of revenues for the Province. In 2000, he was nominated as Argentina Tourism Representative for the United States and Canada, based in New York City. In 2011, he was a candidate for governor in Mendoza, representing Compromiso Federal, a union of three local and national conservative parties.
He studied economics at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, in Mendoza. He got a master’s degree in International Relations from Universidad de Belgrano in Buenos Aires and a Master of Arts degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston, MA. He teaches Political Communication at the Jesuit Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires.
He is the Latin American partner of Dick Morris. Together they have worked in more than a dozen presidential campaigns around the region. Until the end of 2012, he was the president of Fundacion Universitaria del Rio de la Plata, a 40-year-old institution devoted to the promotion and formation of young leaders. He was the international news columnist in Canal 9 in Buenos Aires for four years and in the national cable news station C5N for other five years. He writes articles and columns in several newspapers, magazines, and online media from Argentina and abroad.
Rosales' previous publications include "El ponder. Como usario en beneficio de American Latina" with Dick Morris. Editorial Sudamericana, Buenos Aires, 2007; and "Otra Oportunidad. La Argentina en us Mundo Multipolar" Editorial Taeda, Buenos Aires, 2011.
Link to Book - Francis: A Pope for Our Time
Born in Poland in 1948, Jacob Rosen’s family immigrated to Israel in 1957. From 1966 to 1969, the author served in the Israeli Defense Forces, afterward attending the Hebrew University in Jerusalem where he received a B.A. degree in Middle Eastern Studies in 1972.
In 1973, Mr. Rosen joined the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1973. Since then, he’s served in The Hague, London, New York, Cairo and New Delhi. In December 1994, he opened the Israeli Embassy in Amman, Jordan and served there as chargé d'affaires until the arrival of the Ambassador, and continued his post in Amman as Deputy Chief of Mission until July 2000 when he was appointed Consul General of Israel in Atlanta, Georgia.
In November 2002, he took up the post of Political Advisor for International Affairs to the Mayor of Jerusalem. Jacob is married to Annette. They are parents of two sons and a daughter. He is fluent in Polish, Dutch, English, Arabic and Hebrew and understands Russian, French, German and Yiddish. Additionally, he is an avid collector of books on Lawrence of Arabia.
William E. Sadler
The author’s studies of Taoist and Confucian cultures, which influence much of Asia, from Burma to Japan and beyond, began with graduate school and continued through seven years of CIA assignments in the region. Since 1958, Dr. Sadler has traveled extensively in the region both as an intelligence officer and as a private citizen. Dr. Sadler’s subsequent writings relate to the apparent randomness of the I Ching’s binary yin and yang to modern scientific theory.
Dr. Betty Siegel
Dr. Betty L. Siegel served as President of Kennesaw State University for 25 years, and at the time of her retirement in 2006, was believed to be the longest serving woman president of a public college in the United States. Recipient of numerous awards for teaching, service, and leadership, including the University of North Carolina's coveted Peabody Award, she has been named Georgia Woman of the Year, been inducted into the Atlanta Business Hall of Fame, and repeatedly cited among Georgia Trend Magazine's 100 Most Influential Georgians. A co-founder of the International Alliance for Invitational Education, she is an internationally and nationally known speaker on ethical leadership and service.
Youtube “Executive Brilliance” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxdpF3VPNVw
Georgia Public Broadcasting Betty Siegel: A Conversation http://www.gpb.org/conversations/betty-siegel#
Affiliated website www.invitationaleducation.net
Link to Book - Becoming an Invitational Leader
Nicholas J. Tate is an award-winning journalist, editor, an author who has written extensively about health, business, technology, finance, music, and consumer affairs issues. His work has appeared in Newsmax Magazine, The Miami Herald, South Florida Sun Sentinel, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Boston Herald, Health Radar Newsletter, and other print and online publications. Following a fellowship at the Harvard School of Public Health, he authored his first book, The Sick Building Syndrome. He is also an experienced educator whose background includes teaching health/science journalism as an adjunct professor at Emory University in Atlanta, as well as conducting a variety of training seminars for college students, scientists, doctors, business executives, and public relations specialists in the area of health communications. Nick Take currently resides in South Florida, where he enjoys success as an independent writer, editor, online producer, and teacher.
Linked In http://www.linkedin.com/in/nicktate1