As a lawyer and franchise entrepreneur, Sam Hamra built his career as an early and enthusiastic adopter of the Wendy’s chain of restaurants. He and his business partners take great pride in providing their employees with a great place to work, where they can build futures and careers for themselves. Listen in to hear Sam’s thoughts on business and how there truly is no substitute for hard work.
As a program analyst, Ronald Whittemore has been learning and applying computer languages from their inception. He is also an accomplished athlete, and he is presently a strong competitor in the Senior Olympics. Listen in to hear his thoughts on his field, as well as his goals for his future as an Olympian.
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As a lifelong historian, Ronald Naugle has made a serious and dedicated study to the complete history of Nebraska, from prehistoric periods to the modern era. Listen in to hear how he got his start in academia, and how he has made his mark on the field by authoring and co-authoring several prominent publications on the subject of Nebraska history.
Dr. Ahmed considered becoming a physicist and a medical doctor before finding his calling in the field of economics. He would go on to become a consultant and educational professional for his entire career. Listen in to hear about some of the work that his firm undertakes.
As a lifelong musician, Allen Brings has turned his passion for music into a successful career. Dr. Brings has always felt connected to music, and endeavors to help others find the same passion. Listen in to hear how he became involved in composing.
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As a professor specializing in career and organizational development, Thomas Gutteridge leaves behind a legacy of success and knowledge to his students and former colleagues at the University of Toledo. Listen in to hear more about Dr. Gutteridge’s achievements.
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Title: Former Aviation Executive, Military Officer, Presidential Appointee
Location: La Jolla, CA United States
As the deputy chief of staff for President Richard Nixon, Alex Butterfield was closer to the president than most. When he was faced with a direct line of questioning, regarding the existence of White House tapes, Mr. Butterfield’s conscience and sense of loyalty to the country compelled him to disclose that these tapes did indeed exist. That revelation would eventually lead to President Nixon’s resignation from the presidency due to the Watergate Scandal. Listen in to hear Mr. Butterfield’s thoughts on his time in the Nixon administration, as well as his views on the Trump administration.
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