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Today's guest is Leah Brown of Aten Solutions. Leah Brown is the dynamic Founder, President and CEO of A10 Clinical Solutions, Inc., an award-winning clinical research and clinical care company that was begun in 2005 with Leah’s own money and has grown into a multi-million-dollar international enterprise. Pharmaceutical companies, government entities, medical academic research institutions and corporations rely on A10 for critical clinical trials, clinical studies, clinical research and onsite employee health clinics. 
 Leah was named on the 2010 Top 10 Women Entrepreneurs list by Fortune magazine and was invited to speak at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington, D.C. alongside President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Warren Buffett, and hundreds of other top women CEOs.  Ernst & Young named Leah Brown Entrepreneur of the Year in 2010 for Social Responsibility and invited her to be both a regional and national judge for its 2011 awards.  Inc. magazine ranked A10 Clinical Solutions on its 2010 and 2011 500 Fastest-Growing Privately Owned Companies, its Top Health Industry Companies, and its consecutive No. 1 Black-Owned Company, and Top 10 Woman-Owned Company. 
Leah Brown and A10 have been featured in a series of national media outlets including a CNBC profile on its prime-time news program, “How I Made My Millions;” the Black Enterprise 20 Most Successful Black Companies to Watch in 2011, as well as a feature story in September 2011; National Public Radio; Amex OPEN; Fortune; Inc.; USA Today; Bloomberg BusinessWeek; Enterprising Women; Business Leader; Minority Business Entrepreneur and more.  She is a member of Count Me in for Women’s Economic Independence and was a Make Mine a Million Dollar Business Award winner.  The U.S. Dep. of Commerce and Small Business Admin. presented her with the 2011 Minority Business Person of the Year award.