Interviews By Interviewer: "Leisa Holland-Nelson"
Global financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald lost 658 employees in the World Trade Center in New York on 9/11. CEO Howard W. Lutnick asked his sister to create the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund to support the families of those Cantor employees lost on that horrible day. Edie had no charity experience but money was coming in, people were calling to give their time and 658 families were struggling to adapt to a new normal. Years later, when superstorm Sandy struck, Edie and Howard didn’t hesitate to jump in with aid for those affected. Her new book, An Unbroken Bond, details the charity launched by a day of terror. Leisa Holland-Nelson conducts the interview for this incredible story.
Russ & Leisa present the show about the innovators and the entrepreneurs. These are the people who will save our faltering economy and we LOVE them!! Includes: our Quote of the Week— inspiration from Coach Vince Lombardi; This Week in Business History includes the first steam-powered ferry, the first auto transmission (1911!) and revolutionary Che Guevara; and the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak you don’t know, but should.
You arrive in a new country and can’t get a job, what do you do? Get jobs for others! Leisa Holland-Nelson visits with Juuhi Ahuja, founder and CEO of Wise Men Consulting, an IT staffing, consulting and support company.
Today’s extraordinary woman says entrepreneurism is about networking, research and serving the common good. Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews Lisa Pounds, founder and CEO of Green Plate Foods.
How does one make the leap from small business owner to politician? Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews Texas State Senator Leticia Van de Putte, pharmacist and entrepreneur.
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