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Elder David A. Moreno was born August 21st, 1987 in El Paso Texas, the second of three children to Deacon Alberto Moreno Sr. and Mary Belle Hill-Moreno. He was raised and brought up in the church, giving his life to Christ at the tender age of 7 and receiving the gift of The Holy Ghost and fire at the age of 10. Elder Moreno was called to minister the Gospel of Jesus Christ at the age of 16 years old and was licensed in the Church of God in Christ by Bishop J.O. Lawson one day before his 17th birthday. On January 12th, 2007, Elder Moreno married his sweetheart Connie Micca Nieto, with whom he now has two sons; David A. Moreno Jr. and Judah Emmanuel Moreno. After completing his studies through the C. H. Mason Bible Institute of the Church of God in Christ in El Paso Texas, he was ordained an Elder in the Church and was appointed Assistant Pastor of Holy Light COGIC in August of 2013. In June 2014, he established Holy Ghost Tabernacle where he currently serves as senior Pastor. Currently, Elder Moreno is studying Religions Arts at Liberty University.
Jeremy Moreno, Accredited Advisor of Insurance, joined Tolman & Wiker Insurance Services, LLC in 2011. He specializes in risk advisement to executives and business owners. His specialties are in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, finance, and technology.
Prior to entering the insurance industry, Jeremy has years of experience in starting an agricultural marketing division for a row crop grower on the Central Coast of California. Jeremy has experience in sales, management, food safety compliance, quality control, accounting, contract review, commodity pricing, inventory management, content management, recall procedures and finance. Jeremy attended the University of Southern California and Fresno State. He holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration with a Focus in Entrepreneurship and Management.
In addition, Jeremy is active in a number of professional associations including AgSafe, Grower Shipper Association, Boys and Girls Club, Rotary International, Toastmasters International, Santa Maria Operation of Transportation Helpers, Young Professionals, and the Santa Maria Chamber of Commerce.
2. The world population is projected to go over 9 billion by 2050 with production to grow by 60%.
3. This will place major challenges for the global food supply chain.
4. Product contamination and recall liability is a major risk for food producers.
5. How can the insurance industry help food growers, processors and distributors?
6. What are the business insurance requirements for food producers?
7. Are there additional risks which can be minimized with business insurance?
Jeremy Moreno, AAI
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Our first guest is coming off a second straight UFC win and with little time off is scheduled to fight Bobby Green at UFC 178. Jorge Masvidal is on a roll and with this next match up announced we have plenty to talk about. We will talk to Jorge about his last against Daron Cruickshank, the smack talk coming from the fans, and responding to fans. We will of course talk the upcoming fight with Bobby Green, how the fight was offered to him, and his plans for the remainder of the year. Jorge lives in the 305 AKA Miami, so you know we have to talk his life outside the gym and cage, Miami's night life, and of course the women.
The Polish Pistola is our second guest and set to take on Alan Jouban August 16th at UFC Fight Night. Seth Baczynski is ready for the show and ready for this fight. We will talk with Seth about getting the chance to welcome Jouban to the big show, training at Alliance MMA for this camp, and how the fight came to be scheduled. Seth leaves home to do his camps in San Diego, CA. We will talk to him about the time away from his family, his daddy duties when he gets out of camp, and so much more.
Matt Sayles might not be on your MMA Radar yet, but come August 9th he plans on changing that. Matt is set to take on Bryson Hansen at WSOF 12 and they open the TV broadcast. Matt is a finisher, from the very first fight to his very last fight not one opponent has escaped being finished. Matt trains out of Alliance MMA and is ready to show everyone why he's able to hang with the big dogs. Matt has some very strong stand up and has been putting his opponents to sleep. We will talk to him about his Pro career to this point and only having 75 seconds of ring time, his opponent, fighting on the big stage, and his goals not only for his career, but for the rest of the year. We love to bring you listeners prospects that we think you should keep an eye on and Matt is one of those
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will discuss civic affairs in Moreno Valley. The focus will be on the candidates who have qualified to run in the District 3 recall election of Tom Owings. The criteria for redistricting that will shrink the number of districts from 5 to 4. The progress of the current recalls and the most recent antics of Mayor Owings.
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will discuss civic affairs in Moreno Valley. The focus will be the directly elected mayor issue including shrinking the number of districts from 5 to 4. The progress of the current recalls and the most recent antics of Mayor Owings. The names of candidates who have pulled papers for district 3 as well as other pertinent offices.
Building a positive, thriving culture is a top priority for C-Suite leaders, but many may not immediately consider the cultural challenges that occur outside the office walls. Each organization has a culture unique to its geographical location. No matter where or when business is conducted, building a culture that strongly supports our team to innovate and inspire is essential.
Our first guest, Jorge Mata, Chairman and CEO of Clippingbook, has served in leadership roles all across the globe. His advice to C-Suite executives and entrepreneurs is to look to competitors as examples of how you’d like your organization to function. Observing and understanding the unique cultures and business models of similar organizations can help gain loyal customers and set the foundation for a strong internal structure.
Those who embark upon the journey of entrepreneurship enter a world full of unknowns. It’s impossible to foresee exactly what the future holds and how successful this new venture will be. The C-Suite can, however, use the wisdom gleaned from our past experiences and the world around us to paint a better picture of the future and the opportunities it holds.
Our second guest, Neil Gaydon, President and CEO of SMART Technologies, stresses the importance of building a culture that supports new ideas. When employees feel engaged, respected and part of the team, they are empowered to ask questions that lead to innovation. A question as simple as “Why can’t we have something better than a dry-erase board?” can spark an idea like SMART Technologies’ Smart kapp, a technological alternative to the traditional board in a meeting room or classroom.
A business thrives when each and every employee has a passionate interest in the product and service the company delivers to customers. When a culture is thriving, teams have the power to create a lasting impact on the world around us.