George Soros’ Mission of Creating Open Societies through His Philanthropic Activities

There is power in giving. The Holy scriptures state that it is more blessed to give than to receive. These words seem to augur well with the world-renowned philanthropists who have perfected the art of amassing wealth and then giving back to the less fortunate in the society. George Soros is one of the most talented givers having participated in numerous philanthropic activities.

Back in the days, George Soros was a teenage Jewish refugee who narrowly survived persecution by the Nazis. Following his humble background, the business tycoon has embarked on a humanitarian cause to support refugees from various parts of the globe and a liberal world order. Soros, who is currently estimated to be worth $25 billion, has given out more than $12 billion dollars so far to support various causes across the globe. Soros has been in the forefront in fighting for freedom of expression, accountability in governments, transparency, and societies that promote equality and justice. Soros giving has mostly focused on the oppressed in the society such as the refugees and those individuals who are most likely to face discrimination. Read more about George at The New York Times.

He has offered invaluable support to organizations representing Europe’s Roma people and other groups of individuals who are not considered part of the mainstream society such as the sex workers, drug users, and the LGBTI people. Having survived during the Nazi invasion of the Hungary that resulted in the killing of more than half a million Hungarian Jews, no one understands better what refugees undergo than Soros. Soros and his family survived persecution by faking their identity papers, concealing their backgrounds and helping other Jews to hide their identity from the Nazis.

As the war intensified in Hungary, Soros left the war-torn region for London where he began working part-time as a railway porter and a nightclub waiter to sponsor his studies at the London school of economics. Soros later moved to the United States and ventured into the world of finance and investments where a bright future awaited him. While in the United States, George launched his hedge firm, “Soros Fund Management,” a company that achieved a lot of success making him one of the most successful hedge firm managers in the history of United States. Learn more about his profile at businessinsider.com

Over the years, George amassed a fortune that earned him a slot in the list of world’s dollar billionaires. After achieving significant success, Soros then decided to give back to the society by establishing the Open Society Foundations. Open Society Foundations refers to a network of foundations supporting various causes, partners, and projects in more than hundred countries worldwide. Soros began his philanthropic work in the late 70’s when he helped victims of the apartheid regime in South Africa. Since then, he has been on the forefront in advocating for open societies through his philanthropic activities.

Learn more: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/individualProfile.asp?indid=977

Vijay Eswaran: A Visionary Entrepreneur, Gifted Author, and Philanthropist

Vijay Eswaran, the founder and Chairman of QI Group, is known for being a visionary entrepreneur, gifted author, motivational speaker, and philanthropist. He is focused towards serving the society in many forms and keeps a strong relationship with the community and its needs.

His QI Groups is a Hong Kong-based firm with businesses and services in multiple industries such as direct selling and E-commerce, luxury, lifestyle and leisure, logistics, property development and management, and training and education. Vijay is committed to implementing the latest technology into his businesses to ensure better service and solutions to his customers.

He is considered to be a management guru with innovative leadership skills which focuses on quality and result. Vijay keeps the environment inside the organization similar to a startup and explains that people in startups would display better teamwork and collective efforts than established firms.

Currently, his firm has more than 1,500 employees, and it has services in 30 countries with offices in all the major financial centers in Asia such as Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, and more. Eswaran is also committed to executing sustainable projects through his firm and has greater regards to the environment. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: https://www.facebook.com/public/Vijay-Eswaran

Vijay Eswaran has written a number of books which include few best sellers. His “In the Sphere of Silence” is considered to be giving greater focus to practice silence which can give positive results in career and life.

His other books include 18 Stepping Stones, In the Thinking Zone, On the Wings of Thought, Two Minutes from the Abyss and As I see it. He is a well-known motivational speaker and also talks about various subjects from entrepreneurship to religion. Vijay speaks regularly in the World Economic Forums and many other stages.

Eswaran is also known for his philanthropic initiatives, and he set up a foundation inside QI Group called RYTHM Foundation.

His Vijayaratnam Foundation encourages NGOs and other charity organizations in child mentoring, women empowerment, youth development, and special education.

Eduardo Sirotsky Meltzer; The Man Responsible for the Success of Grupo RBS

In an article on Globo, Eduardo Sirotsky Meltzer is the president of Grupo RBS and the chair of its board. Eduardo has made the company one of the most successful family businesses in the country. Eduardo attended the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul in 1998. Melzer then joined Harvard University where he pursued a Master’s in Business Administration. He returned to Brazil to work in the financial sector after completing school. Melzer rose up the ranks and soon became master franchiser at Sweet Sweet Way. This is an international firm.

Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer also served as a consultant for Booz Allen & Hamilton. Melzer returned to the United States where he got a job at Delphi Corporation. Duda Melzer was appointed the CEO overseeing Grupo RBS’ domestic market in 2004. Melzer was promoted to vice president of business development and market after four years. Eduardo was named the executive vice president of Grupo RBS in 2010. Eduardo was named the executive chairman in 2012. He was appointed the CEO of Grupo RBS in a ceremony that was held in the middle of the year. He officially started acting as the chair of the board of directors last year.

According to Acaert, Melzer has won many awards for his professional excellence and his accomplishments as a leader and CEO. He won the Cabore Award in the professional category and the professional highlight from the Brazilian Advertising Association in the executive category. He received the Merit Award in 2015 from the Regional Management Council of Rio Grande do Sul. Melzer served as a member of the boards of the executive council of the standard norms and the National Council for Advertising Self-Regulation. Melzer is the chairman of e.Bricks Digital. He is a major shareholder of e.Bricks Ventures. The venture capitalist firm invests in companies around the world. It has expanded its operations overseas.

Click here: http://eduardosirotskymelzer.com/

US Money Reserve Creates Its Own TV Show To Answer Questions

Austin, Texas, based firm, US Money Reserve has come out with a new direct response television show that is called the 2016 Gold Summit. US Money Reserve is a leading private distributor of United States Mint issued silver and gold coins.

The company also distributes other hard currencies and investments such as platinum coins and limited edition collectible coins such as the Cook Islands Brexit coin. Investors can also purchase certified and high purity gold bullion and gold bars for their investment portfolio through US Money Reserve via the phone or the web.

According to Bloomberg, US Money Reserve’s new direct response TV show aptly takes place during the Gold Summit event in Los Angeles, California. Several high profile names will be at US Money Reserve’s TV event. Famous news reporter and TV host, Larry King will be the moderator for US Money Reserve’s show. Joining him as a presenter is Michael Reagan, who is the son of former president Michael Reagan.

After Michael Reagan’s introduction to being able to own gold, a three person panel of gold, finance and economics experts discuss the issues and benefits to owning gold. They also discuss volatility in the present gold market, the advantages of gold, silver and platinum to other investments, the purchasing power parity of the US dollar, and what to look out for in the financial markets now.

The three person panel includes some former and present US Money Reserve staff. One of the panelists is Phillip Diehl, who currently serves as the president of US Money Reserve. Diehl is also the former director of the United States Mint. The panel also featured John Rothans, who serves as as the head numismatist at US Money Reserve.

As head numismatist, John Rothans chooses which collectible coins have high investment potential and are a good buy for US Money Reserve clients. The third panelist joining Diehl and Rothans is the former vice president of sales at the company, Brad Castillo.

Crunchbase revealed that US Money Reserve’s Gold Summit show is slated to be released in a few business and financial media markets. CEO of US Money Reserve, Angela Koch says she believes the Gold Summit TV show will be a huge success. She also said it is a major tribute to the hard work of the production and design staff at her company.

Learn more about US Money Reserve: http://www.manta.com/c/mml8pv9/u-s-money-reserve-in

How Stem Cells Are Helping Emphysema Patients Live More Normal Lives

Stem cells are a type of cell the human body produces and form the basic building blocks of life. They are undifferentiated meaning that a stem cell can become almost any other cell in your body. When a cell is injured or harmed by disease, a certain set of signals go out and stem cells respond. At the site of the injury, the stem cells help repair or replace the damaged cells.

In the case of a lung disease like emphysema, a form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the lung’s air sac are destroyed making it harder and harder to breathe. Emphysema can be the result of cigarette smoking. It can also be caused by a rare genetic disorder and by certain types of pollution. As the disease progresses, it causes holes to form in the alveolar membranes causing them to collapse. This prevents the membranes from exchanging oxygen and the person struggles to breathe.

The stem cells used in treatment from The Lung Institute are called autologous. This means they come from the patient’s own body. Aside from any ethical concerns, this also means that there is no danger of the body rejecting the cells.

To harvest the stem cells, doctors will draw some blood. In some cases, it may be necessary to harvest the stem cells from bone marrow. The stem cells are then separated from the other parts of the blood. The harvested stem cells are then injected back into the patient usually through an IV. After passing through the heart, the stem cells enter the lungs where they can begin to respond to the damage signals from the diseased alveolar. Their job then to is to rejuvenate, repair, or even replace those damaged cells.

The Lung Institute is at the forefront in delivering stem cell therapies to their patients. They operate clinics in Dallas, Scottsdale, Nashville, Tampa, and Pittsburgh. The Institute also offers several other treatment options. Each patient is evaluated to determine the treatment options with the best possible outcome.

The Lung Institute is led by Dr. Jack Coleman, Jr., MD. After graduating with his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati he completed his residency in otolaryngology at the University of Pittsburgh Eye and Ear Hospital. Dr. Coleman also obtained the rank of Commander in the US Navy reserve. He holds many professional certifications and has published several medical textbooks and authored many peer-reviewed papers. For more info, visit the lunginstitute.com website and Facebook page.

http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/33635903/copd-patients-are-saying-yes-to-stem-cells-at-the-lung-institute-in-tampa

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/11/prweb13867190.htm

Troy McQuagge Named the CEO of the Year

It is every CEO’s dream to be named as the CEO of the year. This dream came true for Troy McQuagge, who won the One Planet Award and was named as the CEO of the Year. This prestigious program is open to all organizations across the globe and strives to recognize excellence in business levels in every industry. The program is always open to all businesses irrespective of the nature of their operation and what Troy knows.

In 2010, Troy McQuagge joined USHEALTH Group, Inc. and shifted his focus towards USHEALTH Advisors, which is a subsidiary of USHELATH Group, Inc. His leadership skills and a keen understanding of the market enabled him to turn the agency around, and for the first time in decades, there was an enormous positive impact on the business. His efforts were recognized, and within two years, he became the President and Chief Executive Officer of USHEALTH Group, Inc.

During his acceptance speech, he could not hide his joy. He appreciated the peer recognition and being the recipient of the prestigious award. He also dedicated the award to the entire organization, terming their self-drive and caring for their clients as the main reason for excellence performance of the organization. He also congratulated the spirit and loyalty of their clients and promised that USHELATH Group, Inc. will continue working to provide the best healthcare products in the market.

Troy McQuagge is a dynamic insurance sales professional who has an experience of over 30 years of achieving success in almost any venture. He is known for thriving in highly competitive and demanding environments, a factor which has contributed to his influence in the recent positive growth of USHEALTH Group.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida. Before joining USHELATH Group, Troy McQuagge worked with Health Market where he served as the President of the Agency’s Marketing Group and more information click here.

More visit: http://www.ushacareers.com/hope/

How Securus Technologies is Keeping Streets Safer for Everyone

I used to work for our local jail, until I was transferred to the fugitives department this past year. Now my job is trying to locate fugitives before they can get into any more trouble at the expense of innocent people. This is a very rewarding job when you finally come face to face with a suspect who has been trying to hide right under your nose.

 

Part of the reason it can be so difficult to find these suspects is because they often have a close network of friends and family supplying them shelter, food, money, and even drugs. If this fugitive is a gang member, it gets even more challenging to catch them because their network of soldiers will do whatever it takes to keep us from getting close enough. In these cases, finding someone who will talk is near impossible.

 

One of the resources that I had while working in the jail was the inmate communication system. Often times, I could listen to these inmates talking on the phone about crimes they committed or were going to commit, they really were not concerned about me listening. When Securus Technologies updated that phone system, things finally changed for the better for law enforcement.

 

No longer could these criminals talk in code on the phone or use techniques to throw us off the trial. The software was able to identify times these inmates were discussing information related to our suspects. In the case of catching a very high-level gang member, these soldiers would rather die that talk to police. So when they feel they are talking on the phone in code, we finally catch a break they can not get around.

 

The new system alerted us a fugitive was not only on the move, he was going to be talking a large amount of drugs and cash with him over the border. We were able to nab him at 5am the day he was going to be leaving.