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Marsha Dean Walker, MSHS, HS-BCP A noted authority on relationships, founding human services board certified practitioner and counselor since earning her Masters’ degree in 1989, Marsha Dean Walker provides coaching and mediation services for couples in individual, group, and retreat settings, as well as conducting web-based e-learning programs. Her coaching services range from teen violence issues to motivation analysis James Eastwood is a financial and relationship coach and partner in M. Dean Walker and Associates, and brings 24 years of experience in the financial services industry, including training as a financial advisor, Certified Investment Specialist, and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, as well as his background as a life and health insurance agent, investment advisor representative, and general securities representative. He has had over 20 years experience as workshop facilitator and speaker, including presentations to corporations, unions, and community groups throughout Ohio Yuki Rogers,President of ACC since October 2010. The below is my BIO which was introduced by Mikel Marketing. Today's givers are not satisfied with just writing checks; they are making sure their donations generate the right social returns. Generosity is fashionable again, where the socially-conscious and the wealthy donate their money and time in unprecedented amounts to address major social problems. The majority of the new wave of philanthropists is characterized by their determination to be deeply involved in the causes they choose to support, rather than just writing a check. Yuki Rogers is a prefect example of this. Yuki was born and raised in Japan, and considers herself Japanese, although her mother is part Russian. Yuki went to college in San Diego, California, and came to Houston in 2000 as a result of her late husband's work transfer. Although Yuki travels often, she considers Houston home because of her fulfilled personal life here.

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