Robin Elmslie Osler is a New York City architect who uses her skills to better her community. Part of this Month’s “Women Who Do Good” Series featuring New York area women who are making a difference through what they do for a living.
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Hunger is real in Land of the Plenty America. The working poor, children and the elderly struggle to feed themselves with diminishing wages and increasing cost of living. Yet waste is real too. Americans waste as much food as they produce according to food champion, Gary Oppenheimer and the share-your-garden-bounty-with-neighbors-in-need program he organized across America: Ample Harvest.org.
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“Conversations with Wall Street: The Inside Story of the Financial Armageddon and How to Prevent the Next One”
Headlines are screaming the days’ news regarding the financial crisis, but this book takes you inside them! Hear firsthand observations from Wall Street insiders and find out what went wrong and how to prevent another crisis!
Good-b Trust: In business affairs, “doing the right thing” is often confused with pursuing profits at any cost. Ethical dilemmas are pushed aside in the name of the almighty buck. Yet business is dependant on profits and revenues. The question for modern business leaders is how to balance the two: ethical action and bottom-line needs. Three thought leaders and a ground-breaking book by Ivy League educator Mary Gentile offer solutions.