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Jon Gensler is a proud native of southern West Virginia, a passionate warrior for the development of a clean energy economy, and co-leader of Truman's Energy Experts group. His career has spanned time as an officer in the United States Army as a tank and infantry mortar platoon leader, managing high-profile sales accounts for a global lighting controls and energy efficiency firm, and working for the Dept of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency Energy (ARPA-E). He now works as a Project Developer for Borrego Solar Systems, helping develop solar energy projects for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies.
Aside from his work on climate and national security issues, he is a tireless advocate for the ending of mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachia, and the introduction of a broader, more sustainable economy in the region.
He is a graduate of United States Military Academy at West Point, MIT's Sloan School of Management, and Harvard's JFK School of Government.
Montani Semper Liberi "Mountaineers Are Always Free."
200 MPG Cars
Guest Appearing on this Episode
Hour One & TWO : 8 pm - 10pm EST
Heinz Reisser CEO Niama - Reisser, LLC. http://www.niamareisser.com
Heinz Reisser has over 19 Global Patents he personally Invented and has successfully Patented. One such Patent, is an internal combustion Engine that has been Tested and achieves a Fuel Efficiency Rating of 200 mpg!
Niama-Reisser is a Globally competitive GREEN SUSTAINABLE & SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE Company that is manufacturing these 200 mpg cars in the United States, in Ohio!
Hour THREE : 10 pm - 11 pm EST
CHEAP, ABUNDANT, CLEAN, THORIUM ENERGY!
Kirk Sorensen is a founder of Flibe Energy, Inc. and currently serves as President and Chief Technical Officer.
Prior to founding Flibe Energy, he served as Chief Nuclear Technologist at Teledyne Brown Engineering.
Previous to that, Kirk worked for ten years at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.
Kirk graduated with a Masters of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology . He also graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Utah State University and is currently completing an advanced degree in Nuclear Engineering at the University of Tennessee
Whether you’re talking to a prospective employer-– on the phone – or in his office, you need to make a powerful first impression. You will need two practical tools; an “elevator speech” that’s designed just you (an elevator speech aka elevator pitch, elevator presentation, or elevator story is a short, concise communication tool that tells your career story), and the confidence to walk into a room and start up a conversation with anyone.
Great conversationalists can turn business and social networking events into opportunities for success!
Get this, all it takes is PRACTICE, and you can master them both.
It’s been one busy week, so pull up a chair and join me, Kim Gardner, as I coach you on how to make a powerful and lasting first impression, when Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 6:30 p.m. live on The Resume Energy Show.
Why do we say God bless you after a sneeze or break a leg before a performance? When did we start singing Happy Birthday around a cadled cake? What's with Have a nice day? Josh Chetwynd has chronicled the sweet history of nice in The Book of Nice. Listen...it's nice!
Dr Alejandro Junger can trace your depression, allergies and many other ills straight to your belly. Clean Gut is the program that can truly change your life and health in 21 days. Listen to your gut....
Plus a baby's conversation with God...a tribute to Mom's.
Kacey Morabito Grean of 100.7 WHUD invites you to join the conversation.
Ron Siegel is joined by Cathy Haney and Lisa Swartz to discuss:
Investment Real Estate – What do we need to know
Selling your home in May 2013
The myth of Shadow Inventory
Is there a benefit to purchasing a Foreclosure or Short Sale
Secrets of purchasing a new home
Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks
Biggest Tech Rip Offs
Who Says Government doesn’t pay and does it pay better for Democrats or Republicans
Men Thirty to Fifty less likely to want to Marry
Tight Lending, Foreclosures to prompt homeownership declines
Cathy Haney – First Team Real Estate
Lisa Swartz – Fidelity National Title
Ron Siegel, consumer advocate and mortgage lender, discusses anything that affects the roof over your head, your bank account or other items that will benefit you / your family.
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