Assisted Living Concepts Inc., hereafter referred to as ALC, was a Nevada corporation formed in 1994 with its principal place of business in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. ALC provides senior assisted living residences that provides multiple personal services for their residences. The services provided include meals, activities, laundry and support medical services administered through employees or administered by third party parties. ALC was purchased by Extendicare, Inc. in January 2005. As of December 31, 2012 ALC had 211 assisted and independent living residences in 20 states totaling 9,348 units with 4,600 employees.
A native of Vicksburg, MS, Yolanda Morrow is a 13-year veteran of the State of Mississippi. She has served a licensing official, special projects officer, and supervisor and has held the position of Branch Director since 2016 in the Division of Professional Licensure. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Transportation and General Business and her Master of Science degree in Instructional Technology from Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT PROFILES FOR WEBSITE Kimberly C. Powers TITLE: Administrative Assistant CONSORTIUM MEMBER SINCE: 2014 EMPLOYER COMPANY NAME: Integrated Financial Group ADDRESS: 200 Ashford Center North Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30338 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE: 770-353-6325 or 407-455-2296 FAX: 770-353-6338 CLIENT VISION: Kim has worked in the Financial Industry since 1995. Since becoming an Administrative Assistant for Integrated Financial Group, Kim is committed to creating a smooth system to process new business as well as tracking and maintaining existing business. She is dedicated to doing her best to exceed the expectations of every client and advisor. Her main focus is exceptional client service.
Cynthia Colllinsgru began her career at Ammons Shoprite in 2007 , She was 18 years old . In 2012 she was promoted to Department Manager . Cynthia was chosen to learn CGO (computer generated ordering ) and the entire inventory system and then asked to run HABA (the Health and Beauty Aids ) department . In order to excel in this new position , Cynthia attended the Dale Carnegie Leadership Immersion training provided by Ammons on site during work hours . Fast forward another 5 years , Cynthia is now training as an Assistant Manager for the store .
Saint Jovite Youngblood - President of Youngblood Metals Mining A graduate of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, “Kota” Saint Jovite Youngblood holds a bachelor of arts in business with a minor in mathematics. He went on to serve tenures as a finance director at Delbianello Import and Export in Van Nuys, California, and a general manager of Miracle Mile Coin in San Marino, California. For the past six years, “Kota” Saint Jovite Youngblood has been responsible for the wholesale purchase and sale of collectable inventory as the president of Youngblood Metals Mining in Monrovia, California. A lifetime member of the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation and the Professional Coin Grading Service, he also belongs to the Professional
Molly Ivins was born in Monterey, California in 1944. Her family moved a year after to Houston, Texas where she was raised (Reader 7). While she attends high school, she interns for the Houston Chronicles and is assigned to the Complaint Department (Reader 9). It is in this department that Ivins ' recognizes what customers are interested in reading—what attracts readers, what they expect from journalists’ and their articles (Reader 10). Eventually, Ivins gets a job as a police reporter for the Minneapolis Tribune.
Before his real estate career, Davidson served in the Marriott Corporation’s Health Care Division for eight years. His foray into the real estate industry started with Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, a top commercial real estate development and management organization where he served as Operations Manager. H e functioned as Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) in Washington D.C. for nine years, where he received many national awards, including the manager of the Year Award in 1994 and 1996, the J. Frank Mahoney Leadership Award and the James Didion Chairman’s leadership Award for Real estate Excellence in 1997, 1998 and 2000. Davidson also served as Executive Vice President for Insignia/ESG for three years before founding Coldwell banker Commercial Capitol Realty Services, an independently owned and operated commercial real estate firm in Washington D.C. he also served as President and Chief Executive
Before I became an educator, I worked for two years in Johnson Controls. Johnson Controls is an American multinational conglomerate that produces automotive parts and equipment for buildings. I was working in the business group in charge of producing automotive batteries. My job position was Latin America Operations Administrative Assistant and my boss was the Vice President of Latin America Operations. As an Operations Administrator, I had the opportunity to review all the operational projects that every year were implemented in order to improve the quality and production of the batteries.
I have worked as an acute care Registered Nurse here in the United States for almost 10 years now. I also have the opportunity to have worked as a Registered Nurse in the United Kingdom for 5 years prior to emigrating here in California. I just graduated with an Associate degree in Business major in Accounting in one of the community College here in
Trinity Christian College is a four-year human sciences school situated in Palos Heights, Illinois, a southwest suburb of Chicago. The school was established in 1959 by a gathering of Chicago businesspeople who needed to set up a school furnishing understudies with a Christian advanced education in a Reformed convention. Reliably positioned as a top level school by U.S. News and World Report, this licensed, four-year human sciences school offers degrees in more than 70 projects of study. The school has likewise experienced broad building ventures over the previous decade to wind up a cutting edge, mechanically rich establishment. CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS Chess club PC club Grounds Ministries: Chapel, understudy drove Outcry, Sunday Night Worship, Men's Ministry Business club FTW: Trinity's improv group.
In addition, it was discovered that the semi in question was driven on a regular basis to Maine, and the driver’s name was James Cruz Jr. A search warrant was obtained to investigate the semi and the investigators were able to obtain one blonde hair from the passenger seat of the truck. This strand of hair was found to be a match to Ms. Birnbaum. With this discovery, the investigators were able to obtain a court order forcing James Cruz to submit blood testing for comparison to semen discovered in the victim’s vagina. The blood and the semen were a match and, five months after the discovery of Ms. Birnbaum’s body, James Cruz Jr. was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment. After his arrest, a special task force was coordinated in an effort to try and prove James involvement in the unsolved murders in the area.
I had my interview in January with the Vista County employer and once they decided that I was fit for the job, they put me through a two month background check that consisted of a background application which included references, job experience, family information, academic grades, and every possible little detail they wanted to know about me. It also included a drug test and required me to fill out dozens of forms. After the long background process, I had finally started my first day working with the SDCDA on April 15th. I work every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:00 am to 2:00
Marissa Nicole Elizardo, 72 died February 13th 2068. Born on December 26th 1996 in Houston, Texas, Elizardo spent most of her childhood as a resident of North Wales, PA. Elizardo was educated in the North Penn School District and later went on to receive her BA in Psychology from Bryant University. Following her graduation from Bryant University, Elizardo went on to serve as a graduate assistant field hockey coach at Drexel University. While coaching at Drexel, Elizardo earned her elementary teaching certification. Upon receiving her teaching degree, Elizardo moved to Houston, Texas and spent eleven years as a fourth grade teacher at Deer Park Elementary School before earning her M.Ed from Baylor University.
She is representing the 12th Congressional District of North Carolina. An article states that, “The Congresswoman is the founder of the first ever Congressional Bipartisan HBCU Caucus and she is part of the Women’s Caucus, Congressional Progressive Caucus, Diabetes Caucus, Congressional Black Caucus, Historic Preservation Caucus, AIDS/HIV Caucus, Hunger Caucus, Medicaid Expansion Caucus, and the Art Caucus. Congresswoman Adams also holds a leadership role in the Democratic Caucus as Vice President for the 114th Congress’ freshmen class and she serves as a Regional Whip for the Democratic Caucus.”Before serving as a member of the North Carolina General Assembly, Congresswoman Adams served nine years on the Greensboro City Council. Throughout her service to the second district in Greensboro, Dr. Adams worked to create safe and affordable housing and the revitalization of neighbors. She began her political career in the 1980’s by becoming the first African American woman ever elected to the Greensboro City School Board.