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Writers Nation Radio with Hosts Kaneen Morgan and Shalanda Norman with Guest Kory Livingstone & Peter Mehit:

Mr. Kory Livingstone, musician, composer, educator, and business entrepreneur, would like to join you on a future program. In the late 1970’s, Kory founded the Toronto High School of the Performing Arts, (THESPSA) an independent school that combined the intensive study of music, drama, and dance with academics. It was the first of its kind in Canada and served as a model for public school boards to follow. Most recently, Kory is enjoying success as a published author and keynote artist. You can find more information about Kory at http://www.korylivingstone.com/.\

Mr. Mehit honed this experience as he worked across many industries worldwide as a professional consultant to multi-national firms such as Panasonic, DuPont, IAMs, Boeing and governmental agencies such as the U.S. Postal Service, the State of California and agencies in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino Counties.
He also has the unique experience of working at the other end of the scale, as a member of many launch teams or as owner of several start-up companies. In this role, he was responsible for operations, investor relations and recruiting and directing teams. His work spans multiple industries including finance, construction, information technology, internet services, application development, retail, wholesale and distribution. Mr. Mehit started Whiteboard Partners with his wife Lydia, in 2004, which provided business planning and operation improvement services to small and mid-sized businesses. Rebranded as Custom Business Planning and Solutions in 2010, the company has a nationwide customer base, with its primary focus in California. 

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