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Bert Martinez speaks with Matthew Oakes, Julia Mcdaid and guests

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Kathy Caprino , M.A. nationally-recognized women’s career success and work-life expert, writer and speaker dedicated to the advancement of women in business.  She is the author of Breakdown, Breakthrough:The Professional Woman’s Guide to Claiming a Life of Passion, Power and Purpose, and Founder of Ellia Communications a leading coaching and training firm heping women build successful, rewarding careers they love.  

Julia Mcdaid Clarity coach &C mentor to women entrepreneurs, and works with women to enable them understand and create their own true vision through their business, in a way that allows them to build and grow their business on their own terms. She is author of 5 Keys to Creating Your Purpose Driven Business: The Goddess Guide to Becoming an Authentically Awesome Entrepreneur , 101 Secrets of Successful Entrepreneurs, and was a co-author of  The Business Detectives Casebook, as well as writing the Start Up 101 ecourse

Matthew Oakes currently serves as the Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of Direct Insite Corp.  He shapes the corporate vision of Direct Insite and is focused on driving strategic business growth by combining strong execution skillsets with aggressive performance measurementions, and drives constant improvement initiatives with a focus on growing the business and ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction 

Bill Bartman 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 

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