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FACES of Olive Garden | Lacey Gearhart

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At Olive Garden, our team members serve as the faces of our brand and ambassadors of our core values. They make an impression on every guest who walks through our front doors, delivering great food, an engaging atmosphere and unmatched service.

Arrow Electronics Proudly Supports the Rose Andom Center

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Denver, Colo. – More than 50 women leaders from Arrow Electronics’ global headquarters came together last month for a celebration luncheon at the Rose Andom Center, a newly opened nonprofit organization that provides local domestic violence victims with the safety, support and services they need, all under one roof.

Denbury Executive, Whitney Shelley, Named 2016 DFW Woman of the Year

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DALLAS, November 18, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The National Diversity Council is proud to honor Whitney Shelley with the 2016 DFW Woman of the Year Award, which was presented at the Dallas Women’s Conference on November 3, 2016. Ms. Shelley is the Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer at Denbury Resources, an independent oil and natural gas company specializing in enhanced oil recovery. With more than 20 years of experience in senior level human resources roles, Shelley has undoubtedly proved that she is deserving of such a distinguished award.

Modern Leadership & Social Change: A Discussion with John Gerzema of BAV Consulting

New Episode on the Champions for Social Good Podcast
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In this episode of the Champions for Social Good Podcast, Jamie Serino speaks with John Gerzema (@JohnGerzema), Chairman and CEO of BAV Consulting (@BAVConsulting), and an internationally recognized theorist on consumerism and its impact on growth, innovation and strategy. John discusses his recent research on modern leadership that surveyed 64,000 people across 18 countries, which laid the foundation for his latest book, The Athena Doctrine.

Carnival Rocks the Boat

The cruise giant is recruiting managers from diverse backgrounds to reignite its growth.
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During a meeting with her senior managers in August, Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises since late 2013, got an update on the bedding at her 18-ship line. After routine discussions about mattress coils and fabric blends, she raised an unexpected question: “Have we talked a lot about the menopause issue?”

That’s something few men would have brought up at a high-level corporate meeting. But the average Princess guest is 53 years old, Swartz says, and she’d gotten an earful from some of them about the night sweats and hot flashes associated with menopause.

Eastman Named to Victory Media’s 2017 Military Friendly® Employers List

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KINGSPORT, Tenn., November 14, 2016/ /3BL Media/ - Eastman announced today that it has earned the 2017 Military Friendly® Employer designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs®STEM JobsSM, and Military Spouse

‘Every Day is Veterans Day’ for LongHorn Steakhouse Cook

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Army veteran Albert St. Clair III, a LongHorn Steakhouse line cook in Florissant, MO, knows all too well that veterans can experience difficulties when they return to civilian life. After his service in Central America in the 1980s, he was homeless for a year and a half.

Prosthesis Instead of Pumps - Fashion for People with Disabilities

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Mercedes-Benz supports the fashion concepts for people with disabilities of the Bezgraniz Couture organization ("Fashion without Borders"). Following fashion shows in Moscow, Bezgraniz has now gone on to conquer Los Angeles and additionally organized the first International Forum on Fashion for People with Disabilities.

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Mercedes-Benz supports the fashion concepts for people with disabilities of the Bezgraniz Couture organization ("Fashion without Borders"). Following fashion shows in Moscow, Bezgraniz has now gone on to conquer Los Angeles and additionally organized the first International Forum on Fashion for People with Disabilities.

Mary Kay Inc. Hosts Inaugural Men Don’t Look Away Summit to Engage More Men in Efforts to End Domestic Violence

Advocates from Across the Country Convene to Address Findings of Annual Truth About Abuse Survey
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DALLAS, November 7, 2016 /3BL Media/ – To inspire a national dialogue about the importance of engaging more men in the effort to prevent and end domestic violence, Mary Kay Inc. convened the inaugural Men Don’t Look Away Summit. Attendees, including domestic violence advocates from across the country, received a framework to engage men as advocates, volunteers and ambassadors at a grassroots level, learning to activate this powerful group of change-makers within their local organizations.    

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