Jim Cawley says the more he considered the job as CEO of the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, the more he viewed it as a continuation of his public service.
“The best part of my nursing education was the clinical time with instructors, which provided one-on-one interaction with patients,” says Kathy Conallen.
Kathleen Kinslow, President & Chief Executive Officer at Aria Health says that her MBA put her “ahead of the game in the health care industry.”
Ari Jacoby, CEO and Co-Founder of Solve Media, advises prospective tech students that “The pace of technology is accelerating to the point that Moore’s Law applies across the enterprise.”
“Learning how to manage projects and people, and how to ask the right questions” is key to the career success of Denise Hayman-Loa.
Edward Kraftman, inspired by Harvey Dolinsky’s successful method for speech fluency, has pioneered an enrichment program to empower tomorrow’s leaders.
Parisnicole Payton, President and CEO of The PNP Agency, manages public relations effort for sports and entertainment professionals, public figures, and not-for-profit clients.
The Phillies have reportedly lost interest in outfielder Yasmany Tomas.
Of the top Fortune 500 companies, few have women as CEOs and 135 have no female executive officers at all.
Ever wonder how much your boss or coworkers make? At Whole Foods, workers’ salaries are no secret. From the top of management to the newest hire, anyone can look up anyone’s pay.
You can’t actually hire, fire, or pay someone based on how attractive they are right? Wrong.
New Sixers CEO Scott O’Neil knows rebuilding the Sixers will have its highs and lows, and he says he’s ready for it.
A report from 94WIP’s Howard Eskin says Scott O’Neil will replace Adam Aron as Sixers CEO.
Kevin DeSanctis, the man who guided Atlantic City’s Revel casino-hotel through its tortuous development, only to see it struggle in the cutthroat East Coast gambling market, is stepping down as head of the $2.4 billion resort.
Facebook’s CEO has friended New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie again.