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Daniel Klein Oct 29, 2020 12:00 PM
Laws and Regulations surrounding the CARES Act’s Paycheck Protection Program
Laws and Regulations surrounding the CARES Act’s Paycheck Protection Program

Daniel Klein is an attorny with Johnston Clem Gifford, PLLC and represents business and financial services clients in litigation, transactional, and data privacy matters.

Dan has significant experience in complex commercial litigation for banks and other financial institutions. He has represented financial services companies as plaintiffs in accounting and other professional service malpractice claims, as defendants based on alleged employee misconduct, and in disputes over syndicated loan agreements. At his prior firm, Dan represented the estate of a national financial services firm in post-bankruptcy litigation and mediations over derivative swap transactions. Dan has also represented lenders in distressed debtor work-outs, loan modifications, and collections.

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Donny Churchman Nov 05, 2020 12:00 PM
Frisco Rail District Development
Frisco Rail District Development

In early 2016, after more than 15 years as a lobbyist in the homebuilding industry, a land acquisition/entitlement executive, a business executive, and a sought-after consultant, Churchman decided to take his experiences from different markets around the country and begin developing real estate projects at home in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Through its many industry contacts and investor relations, NackDevelopment delivers returns to its investors by acquiring niche development properties, adding value to these properties through the entitlement process and delivering a finished product, that Nack Development, local jurisdictions, investors and the end users can take pride in. Most recently, Nack Development in collaboration with a regional homebuilder, entitled 71 lots in the City of Frisco, TX and sold this property to the third largest production homebuilder in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. Nack is currently working throughout the Metroplex on multiple projects and has quickly developed a reputation as an innovative, honest and transparent company.

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Ben Murphy Nov 12, 2020 12:00 PM
Hire 4 Performance
Hire 4 Performance

A sport enthusiast, athlete and former collegiate football coach, Ben took his passion for leadership, competition and performance and brought it to Titus Talent Strategies as Vice President of Sales.  With over 15 years of experience in sales and recruiting, and a Master’s in Education, Ben leads a high-performing team of Directors across the country.  Known for using his sport analogies, Ben brings a lot of what he learned on the field to not only develop his team, but help educate the marketplace on how to think strategically to better identify, attract, hire, engage and retain top talent. A true visionary and innovator, Ben consults and leads training sessions on recruiting and team development with many different types and sizes of businesses, from Fortune 100 companies to smaller organizations around the country. 

Hiring can so often seem like a gamble no matter how great of an interviewer you are.  In this session Ben Murphy, Vice President at Titus Talent, shares a unique and valuable approach to the hiring process called Hire 4 Performance.  Ben will explain our proven process to ensure you get great candidates in your pipeline and ultimately hire the right person to produce the right outcomes.

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Dr. Michael V. Leggiere Nov 19, 2020 12:00 PM
UNT's Military History Center
UNT's Military History Center

Dr. Michael V. Leggiere is the Deputy Director of the Military History Center at the Universsity of North Texas, which seeks to be the premier destination in the United States for the study of Military History.

THE IMPORTANCE OF MILITARY HISTORY
The brutal wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have driven home again the centrality of military history to modern politics and statecraft. The causes, conduct and termination of these conflicts require careful study and analysis, for which the Military History Center is esteemed. We consider options for high-intensity conflicts as well as the slow-rolling war on terrorism in the broad, deep context of military history, from the ancients to the present.

Since the Vietnam War, opportunities for American students to study military history in a serious way have receded owing to a general rejection of war studies at the university level. Military history -- the driver of world politics -- has either been removed from curricula, or diluted to an almost unrecognizable form. The opposite trend is underway at UNT. UNT's commitment to the research, teaching and public presentation of military history has made our Military History Center an international leader in the field.

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Roger H. Widmer, EdD Dec 03, 2020 12:00 PM
Collin Corporate College
Collin Corporate College

Roger H. Widmer, EdD
Chief Operating Officer
Collin Corporate College

Collin College launched the Corporate College in 2017 to provide training services for the incumbent workforce in Collin County. At its inception, the Corporate College was designed to provide the Metroplex business, nonprofit, and government sectors with professional training, middle-skills training, professional development opportunities, and business solutions. We invite you to explore our services and learn how we might help you build a stronger organization.

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William K. Sampson Dec 10, 2020 12:00 PM
"Building better humans"
"Building better humans"

William K. Sampson

From a conversation I had with my dad on a road trip in the middle of the night a spark for personal development was born. Dad shared with me that he and my Grandad had had a terrible relationship. My dad shared that by the time he’d developed enough emotional intelligence to understand that he was part of the problem, grandad was gone. He was never able to work on that relationship. He committed to me that he wanted to change the cycle with my brother and I. I’d love to say that the change was immediate and dramatic but, it was not. It has been an ongoing process that is still ongoing. Allow me to come along beside you as a fellow traveler and change the reality for your next generation.

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Elizabeth Watkins Dec 17, 2020 12:00 PM
Refresh Frisco
Refresh Frisco

Elizabeth Watkins is the President and Founder of Refresh Frisco.

Proper hygiene is important for a child's health and self-esteem. At Refresh Frisco, our mission is to ensure that every child in our community has access to personal hygiene items.We can only accomplish this mission with your help and the help of others.

Our organization connects with students in need through the Frisco ISD school staff and administration.  We work with  nurses at each campus to identify students in need.   Quarterly, we deliver individual pre-packaged bags (Refresh Packs) to Frisco ISD schools that include essential hygiene products to last each child for 3 months.  Our care packages are discreetly distributed to the students via the school and the student's identity is protected and confidential.

  
Our Refresh Packs are tailored to the child's age and gender.  A basic pack will include toothpaste, toothbrush, floss, shampoo, conditioner, body wash/bar soap, chapstick/lip balm, comb/brush, and lotion.  Packages for those in middle and high school will also include shaving cream, deodorant, and feminine products.  Ethnic shampoo and conditioner available upon request.  We also include a Refresh Card (handwritten inspirational message of encouragement) in each pack.

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