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Bert Martinez talks with Ginny Belden-Charles, Bill Clerico, Andrea Schlesinger

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Ginny Belden-Charles  consultant, educator and author who helps leaders and teams build reflection, learning, collaboration and strategic thinking into their busy, action-oriented lives. She is the director of the Taos Institute master’s program in Relational leading with Middlesex University in London which offerslearning through small, online, international, work focused cohort groups. She has co-authored a chapter on Action Learning published in the Change Handbook, 2nd edition edited by Peggy Holman, Tom Devane and Steven Cady

Bill Clerico CEO and co-founder of WePay, where he drives the company's vision, strategy and growth. His goal is to make payments easy for the world's small businesses and the platforms that serve them

Andrea Batista Schlesinger deputy director of U.S. Programs at the Open Society Foundations.  Before joining the Foundations, Schlesinger served as special advisor to New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. She coordinated the mayor’s Young Men’s Initiative to improve the life outcomes of young black and Latino males. She also served as a special advisor in Bloomberg’s 2009 reelection campaign, focused on his agenda in areas including higher education, immigration, and housing. She is the author of The Death of Why: The Decline of Questioning and the Future of Democracy

Bill Bartmann Founder and CEO of CFS2 and an aggressive advocate for reform of the debt-collection industry, said, “I am convinced we are on the right track to reforming an industry of rampant abuse and Governor Henry will play a big role in helping to deliver our message to regulators and capital sources.  His commitment to be a part of our company is proof of his belief that what we are doing is important and that we have the ability to change millions of lives.”

 

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