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Jason Hope is a business consultant, philanthropist, futurist, and investor. He earned his degree in Finance, and MBA at Arizona State University. Jason believes that “the internet of things” is the new wave of the future. Connecting all of our everyday devices, has come to make our lives more efficient, therefore creating greater productivity. It certainly has benefited retailers, to reach out to previously unobtainable customers. It also creates competition among businesses, because he who does not keep up, loses out.

Jason believes that we are just on the brink of technological efficiencies. It will, in the future be a part of our everyday routines. Mr. Hope is also a philanthropist, who believes everyone should try to “give” in some way or another, whether it be with money, time, or products. Jason Hope feels you should seek out an organization that shares the same passions as you do. Not only does this benefit the organization, it helps others too.

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Mr. Hope, donates to the SENS Foundation which is an organization that researches ways to prevent aging, by trying to prevent the diseases that increase aging. They also focus on the after effects of diseases, such as heart, lung, and Alzheimer’s disease. If you would like to learn more about Jason Hope, and read his blogs, you can go to, jasonhope.com.

With an abundance of hair care products on the market to choose from, it can be especially frustrating when you see minimal results after trying nearly them all. One little lady who worked at a hair salon was especially getting frustrated because her livelihood depended on her looks, and her hair was less than inspiring to anyone close enough to see it.

Before we can follow along with this little lady’s journey, we need to look at the creator of the Wen By Chaz products, see: http://chazdean.com/store.aspx. Chaz Dean is the owner of a hair salon in Los Angeles, and he too was frustrated with the way the products in his store left his client’s hair. He decided to create the Wen line of hair care products and change the world.

So when Dean decided to use only organic ingredients in his products, he was able to separate himself from the crowd. Dean developed such a successful line that celebrity clients began to line up at his door demanding he work on their hair.

Getting back to a story originally posted on Bustle, we see a young woman who was frustrated with her greasy hair and decided to make a case study of the Wen By Chaz conditioner for fine hair. Looking at the first picture in her journal, we can see that she did need some work, but were not sure what to expect after 7 days.

Throughout her journey, we see that she doesn’t stick to a plan, and some days she is so flustered she forgets to even apply the conditioner correct. But by day 7, her hair has literally undergone a transformation. With minimal effort using the hair care conditioner, we discover that her greasy and flat hair has undergone the transformation she was hoping to achieve all along.

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SUBHEADING: Integrity In Research and Development

Clay Siegall is a proponent of the newly created ‘Research Integrity Advisory Board.’ The focus of this committee is to redefine and raise the standard of the integrity of the results of research and testing. This is not to condemn anyone, but to help scientists to be able to conduct proper tests and trials despite the pressure in the world of scientific research to publish so as to remain competitive in the academic world and to not only attain funding; but to deliver an honest result regardless of the direction the individual or organization that supplied the funding or grant was looking for.

Holding a Doctorate degree in the field of genetics and a secondary degree in zoology, Clay Siegall is also concerned with the world’s food supply and the use of destructive pesticides. Instead of the toxic chemicals, such as those based on arsenic or formaldehyde, he is focused on an approach in the relatively new field of biopesticides using parasitic fungi that destroys the internal organs of specific insects leaving humans, animals and other insects unharmed.

SUBHEADING: As CEO of Seattle Genetics

A visit a few months ago from Vice President Joe Biden brought attention to Seattle Genetics and CEO Clay Siegall. taking a determined approach with Clay Siegall at the helm, Seattle Genetics has issued an outline to develop more than ten new medications focused primarily on defeating and preventing cancer. at the forefront of this charge are three new medications currently in clinical trials; two for bladder and cancer and one to treat breast cancer.

Also well into the trial phase is Seattle Genetics’ Vadastuximab Talirine designed for those who are experiencing the onset of Acute Myeloid Leukemia.

With the over-hyped fear of ‘Genetic Manipulation’ in television and movies Clay Siegall operates within carefully defined parameters regarding the moral and ethical responsibility of helping all of mankind and not playing. For people with cancer this approach with that ‘Inner Conscience’ and is not one they view with fear, but one they view with hope.

Julie Zuckenberg is an accomplished talent acquisition leader at Deutsche Bank. She was educated at the City University of New York-Brooklyn College in philosophy. She applies her education in her job of evaluating who would be best to work for the company. She has acquired many skills like employee training, mentoring, recruitment strategies and economic empowerment.

 

One of her first jobs in the HR field was for Hudson. She worked as a Director of Candidate Placement for the law firm. She recruited qualified attorneys, case managers and other support staff. She was responsible for explaining job duties, working conditions and company benefits. She was also responsible for overseeing legal compliance with local laws.

 

In 2007, she moved on to Citi Global Functions as an executive recruiter. She was responsible for recruiting directors and managers for much of her career at the company. She was an advisor to the senior staff on how to take advantage of certain recruiting and compensation trends. She was responsible for international talent seeking. She was also in charge of fee negotiation from talent search firms.

 

In 2011, she had also been moved over to Citi Global Consumer Bank to carry out new responsibilities. She still maintains recruitment for the legal and compliance departments of the company. She had also learned to take advantage of online resources and social media to aid in the recruitment process.

 

In 2013, she signed on with New York Life Insurance Company as a Hire Recruiting Lead. She handled all nationwide hiring for experienced roles for the company. She planned out all of the recruitment strategies and offer developments. She worked alongside with senior staff to understand the recruitment needs of the company.

 

In 2014, she was an executive recruiter for US Talent Acquistion. She managed recruitment for a wide variety of corporations and business fields. She created recruitment strategies for the management of different companies to meet certain demands. She would lead the way to meet recruitment objectives of their projects.

 

Her Executive Talent Acquisition Lead role at Deutsche Bank has been her latest and most successful gig. Since 2015, she has taken on a wide variety of responsibilities for this mega-bank. She collaborates with affiliated clients from multiple types of industries. She also maintains the primary recruitment operations of the company.

 

Of course, Julia has more interests other than just her corporate life. She has fond love for animals, as you can see in her Instagram profile picture. She has spent some time volunteering and contributing to charitable organizations as well.

 

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