Kazakhstan Boxers Aim to Win All World Boxing Titles

Kazakhstan Boxing Federation President Kenes Rakishev considers this ambitious goal achievable IBF new champion AL...

Jet Dock Excited to Attend Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

The Exhibitor Will Showcase Its Drive-On Dry Dock Technology CLEVELAND, October 17, 2023 (Newswire.com) - ...

Global Triathlon’s Kelsey Myers Attempts World Record to Be the First Female to Conquer 7 Triathlons on 7 Continents in 7 Days

Global Triathlon's Record Attempt is Fundraiser for ZGIRLS Non-Profit, Founded by Olympians & Professional Female Athletes to Instill Middle School Girls With Self-Confidence Through Sport

Kelsey Myers
Kelsey Myers

This winter, Kelsey will attempt to be the first woman to race 7 triathlons on 7 continents in 7 days.

Kelsey Myers, an advocate for women in sports and endurance enthusiast, is set to embark on an extraordinary journey this winter to attempt a world record. Myers will take on the challenge of finishing 7 triathlons on 7 continents in just 7 days in an incredible display of determination and athletic prowess. 

The world of triathlons is no stranger to Kelsey Myers, a seasoned athlete who has successfully completed numerous races and overcome formidable challenges including a full Ironman, three half-Ironmans, and countless sprint distance races. Inspired by her passion for pushing boundaries and breaking barriers, she has decided to embark on this ambitious quest to raise awareness of the gender gap in triathlons and encourage more girls and women to take on the challenges that sport offers.

The record attempt will see Myers competing in triathlons across all seven continents, including Malibu, California, United States; Puntarenas, Chile; Malaga, Spain; Muscat, Oman; Tangier, Morocco; Sydney, Australia; and Antarctica. Each triathlon will test her physical and mental endurance as she conquers varying terrains and climates, showcasing her adaptability and tenacity.

With this attempt, Myers aims not only to etch her name in the record books but also to inspire other girls and women to push beyond their limits. Myers will be fundraising and advocating for ZGiRLS, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded by Olympic and NCAA female athletes dedicated to teaching middle school girls tangible skills to overcome self-doubt, fear, and insecurities while increasing their confidence and self-esteem. 

To track Myers' progress and support her on this monumental undertaking, also known as Global Triathlon, follow her on Tik Tok and Instagram at @theglobaltriathlon and to donate to ZGiRLS, visit www.globaltriathlon.com

The world eagerly awaits the results of this extraordinary challenge as Myers strives to make history with 7 triathlons on 7 continents in 7 days.

About Global Triathlon

Global Triathlon is the world record attempt undertaken by Kelsey Myers in the winter of 2023 to be the first woman to complete 7 triathlons on 7 continents in 7 days. The event is a fundraiser for the 501(c)(3) non-profit ZGiRLS.

Contact Information:
Priscilla Vega
Publicist
priscilla@prvega.com
626-297-4080


Original Source: Global Triathlon's Kelsey Myers Attempts World Record to Be the First Female to Conquer 7 Triathlons on 7 Continents in 7 Days

BOA Fit System Ski Boot Solution Delivers a Scientifically Proven Performance Advantage

BOA Fit System Alpine Ski Boots DENVER, October 10, 2023 (Newswire.com) - BOA® Technology, the creator of the award-winning patented BOA® Fit System, l...

TBRx, Co-Founded by Body Coach to Tom Brady, Alex Guerrero, and SportGait Unite to Revolutionize Total Wellness Measurement Tool

Revolutionizing Wellness: TBRx and SportGait Join Forces to Redefine Total Health and Wellness TRBx SportGait Partnership Revolutionizing Wellnes...

Fighters First CEO Creates Online Course for Aspiring Boxing Managers

Protect Yourself at All Times Fighters First Logo MARIETTA, Ga., October 6, 2023 (Newswire.com) - Fig...

Survey Finds 85% of Remote Workers Are Side Hustling on Company Time: SideHustles.com Reports

A recent survey finds that remote workers are especially susceptible to "daylighting," the practice of working a side hustle while on the clock at their main job. ...

The Abrahamic Business Circle Unveils Global Growth Opportunities at Prestigious Investors Roundtable in Dubai

An Exclusive Business Networking Gathering Diverse...

Calculator.io Unveils Refinance Calculator for Smart Mortgage Decisions

Refinance Calculator Calculator.io releases a Refinance...

One Locksmith Company is Leading the Way in Security Upgrades

DML Locksmith Experience top-tier locksmith expertise...

Paul Barrett & The Modern Medicare Agency Launches New Medicare Agent Mentoring Program to Help Agents Succeed

Medicare Seminar The Modern Medicare Agency Medicare...

Education

Snipback AI Confirms Release of Latest Version of Video Capture Software

Snipback AI Confirms Release of Latest Version at the 54th Annual Athletic Directors Conference DES PLAINES, Ill., ...

Bonner Classical Academy Opens Its Doors in Sandpoint

The first school of its kind offering a Christ-centered education featuring Singapore math, an emphasis on American Civics in addition to mechanical and fine arts. School is now accepting new students for the 2023-24 s...

Introducing the ALMACO SeedPro Elite Research Planter

Redefining Precision in Seed Placement and Plot Dimensions SeedPro Elite NEVADA, Iowa, December 6, 2023 (Newswire....

Solvably Launches AI Centers of Excellence to Support Systemic AI Literacy

AI Centers of Excellence by Solvably offer real-world challenges whereby lifelong learners explore and apply AI in a collaborative, creative problem-solving experience.

Solvably Launches AI Centers of Excellence to Support Systemic AI Literacy
Solvably AI Center of Excellence

Solvably's AI Center of Excellence is designed to support AI Literacy for ALL!

Solvably (http://www.solvably.com), a digital collaborative, creative problem-solving platform for lifelong learners, launched its AI Centers of Excellence today to systemically train all kindergarten-through-career learners on Artificial Intelligence (AI). 

Solvably's AI Centers of Excellence offer 20 initial AI-focused, real-world challenges for K12, Higher Education, and Corporate Talent. Learners using the platform can collaborate in remote teams through a scaffolded problem-solving process, much like a virtual escape room, creating a deliverable that illustrates an application of AI with relevant impact by specific workforce job role/function (i.e., Customer Service, Sales, Leadership), K12 educational subject (i.e., Math, Science, Social Studies), or Higher Education institutional major (i.e., Marketing, Engineering, Finance). High-fidelity, pedagogically sound 'custom' challenges can also be created easily using Solvably’s Design Lab wizard tool. Each Solvably Center of Excellence experience supports soft skill development and engagement tracking, as well as longitudinal efficacy reporting among learning institutions and employers. 

“To best prepare for tomorrow’s demanding workforce, today’s students and professionals need to not only understand AI and its enormous potential but how to apply it to solve real-world challenges in order to achieve higher outcomes,” said Solvably Founder and Chief Problem Solver Angelo Biasi. “Solvably’s active learning and authentic assessment experience is an evidence-based solution that empowers and ultimately future-proofs this wide audience with the skills required to use AI technologies and applications effectively, or ‘AI Literacy’ – something I am boldly calling the newest 21st Century Competency - while, in turn, creating a more qualified and effective global talent pool.” 

Solvably for education and Solvably TALENT for employers are digital learning and assessment solutions that facilitate behavioral change via remote, collaborative experiences. The platform, founded in 2020, sold in 2022, and re-acquired/re-launched in 2023 by Angelo Biasi, won several awards, including an EdTech Breakthrough Product Award for Creativity Solution of the Year, and EdTech Digest’s Cool Tool award for 21st Century Skills Development. AI Centers of Excellence (COE) complement Solvably’s other COEs and serve as a centerpiece for the relaunch of the powerful platform.

Educational institutions and employers interested in working with Solvably to support learners or employees in their lifelong learning journeys can contact the company at info@solvably.com, or visit http://www.solvably.com.

Contact Information:
Angelo Biasi
Founder / Chief Problem Solver
abiasi@solvably.com
+1 (917) 539-5287


Original Source: Solvably Launches AI Centers of Excellence to Support Systemic AI Literacy

Sandra Day O’Connor Institute Mourns Passing of Founder

Sandra Day O’Connor Institute Mourns Passing of Founder
In Memoriam

Honoring the life and legacy of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor

The namesake organization founded by the first woman appointed to the United States Supreme Court is mourning the loss of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.

“No words can describe the profound loss of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. The organization she founded remains resolute and will redouble our efforts to continue her lifetime work and extraordinary legacy,” said Gay Firestone Wray, Board of Directors Co-Chair.

The Institute will carry on its mission to further the distinguished legacy and lifetime work of Justice O’Connor to advance American democracy through civil discourse, civic engagement, and civics education.

“From our organization’s founding in 2009 following her retirement from the Supreme Court, Justice O’Connor led our organization with vision and intellect, and she exemplified our nation’s ideals,” said Sarah Suggs, President and CEO. “We remain steadfast in our commitment to continue her work and dedication to our great nation.”

Sandra Day was born on March 26, 1930, in El Paso, Texas. She spent much of her younger years on her family’s 160,000-acre Lazy B ranch on the Arizona-New Mexico border. At 16 she went to Stanford University for college, graduating magna cum laude with a degree in economics. She stayed for law school. Day graduated and, six months later, married John O’Connor, the love of her life. They eventually moved to Phoenix, where Sandra Day O’Connor began her rapid professional rise, which included holding positions as assistant attorney general of Arizona, majority leader of the Arizona State Senate, and judge on the Arizona Court of Appeals. She also found time to raise three sons—Scott, Brian, and Jay—and make every recipe in Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking.

On August 19, 1981, President Ronald Reagan nominated Sandra Day O’Connor to the Supreme Court; on September 21 she was confirmed by the U.S. Senate with a vote of 99-0.  

Her career on the Court was historic. Justice O’Connor will be remembered not only for being the first female on the Court, or for her clear-eyed judicial reasoning and writings and major decisions, but also for her insistence on civility, her penchant for bringing people together to solve problems, whether in Washington, D.C. or over tacos and beer in her Arizona dining room.

“She overcame obstacles with quiet skill and determination and, in the process, inspired and continues to inspire countless others,” said Institute Board of Directors Co-Chair Matt Feeney.

We will miss you, Justice O’Connor.  

About the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute for American Democracy
Founded in 2009 by retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the O’Connor Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c)(3), continues her distinguished legacy and lifetime work to advance American democracy through multigenerational civil discourse, civic engagement and civics education. Visit www.OConnorInstitute.org for more information.

Contact Information:
Heather Schader
COO
hschader@oconnorinstitute.org
602-730-3300 x8


Original Source: Sandra Day O’Connor Institute Mourns Passing of Founder

BLK Capital Management Partners With Achievable to Provide Affordable FINRA Exam Preparation to Aspiring Black Financial Professionals

BLK Capital Management’s First Cohort of 50 Students Will Study with Achievable through the Achievable for All Program in Q4 2023 ...

Lifestyle

Revolutionize Aging in Place With Launch of CareMates in Honolulu

New startup moves into Hawaii market after successful pilots in Japan CareMates CareMates logo featuring a smiling shiba inu wearing a red bandan...

GJK Facility Services Owner George Stamas Wins Australia Day Award

Award-winning philanthropist and business tycoon George Stamas, AM, leaves an indelible impact on the cleaning industry and is crowned with Queen's last Australia Day award for his major contributions to multiple philanthropic efforts in business and his community.

George Stamas, the owner and director of the phenomenal establishment GJK Facility Services, has been recognised with Queen Elizabeth's last Australia Day award, presented to him by Governor General Linda Dessau in Governor House, grounding his 30 years of service devoted to charities and efforts to uplift society. George Stamas initiated his career as an occasional cleaner and progressively elevated his position to the top management and ownership of GJK Facility Services in 1987. Under his prudent leadership, GJK Facility Services blossomed from a new enterprise to an industry giant, employing over 3,000 people across Australia and New Zealand.

George Stamas innovatively led GJK into a joint venture with the Victorian State Government and the Brotherhood of St. Lawrence, culminating in a groundbreaking pilot project that brought employment to 35-40 long-term unemployed public housing tenants in Melbourne's inner suburbs. This commendable project garnered praise from Harvard University and was honoured with the esteemed H. Bruce Russell Global Innovators Award for Community Redevelopment. His influential strides in the management and cleaning Industry have also earned him major commendations, including the "Excellence in Sustainability Business Award, City of Yarra" in 2012 and the "Australian Business Award" for Community Contribution in 2011.

Beyond his business success, George Stamas, AM, has held key roles in several governmental and non-profit organizations. He is a member of the Business to Business Conduct Study Group, CEO Forum for Disability Action Plan Framework and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management. Stamas' board appointments include Director of GJK Indigenous Solutions Killara Indigenous Facility Services, Alternate Director of AustralianSuper, Ex Finance Director of Facility Management Association of Australia, and he was recently awarded the Prestigious Life Member Award of FMA Association, where he donated his expertise for over 18 years. He is a trustworthy member of Epworth Medical Foundation’s Board of Trustees.

His membership in the Order of Australia in 2022 is a testament to his meaningful contributions to society. George Stamas, AM, is also known for his commendable contributions to Bridge of Hope for homeless children. His commitment to sparking positive change in society, enhancing the standard of living in communities, and fostering the growth of other professionals is unrivalled.

George Stamas, AM, also supports Lighthouse Foundation, helping displaced women and their families through his successful company GJK Facility Services, which staff give their time to contribute to helping this charity. George Stamas and GJK Facility Services also support The Kids Cancer Project, helping find a cure for kids' brain cancer in Australia.

George Stamas, AM, and his entire team at GJK Facility Services continue to transform businesses and society at large. It's this spirit of philanthropy and excellence that made him the recipient of the prestigious award. His dedication and strong work ethic continue to inspire upcoming entrepreneurs in Australia and beyond.

Giving back and doing good has always been part of GJK's DNA, thanks to our founder and managing director, George Stamas, and this program just takes this to the next level, enabling our employees to participate and give back too.

For three decades, GJK Facility Services has invested in initiatives and programs that benefit the wider community, fostering sustainable outcomes that have positive social impacts. To date, a generous portion of this work in the community has been philanthropic – donations to support the purchase of equipment, scholarship programs, and the like.

GJK Facility Services launched its new social impact program, GJK Giving Back, with one of the program’s partners, Lighthouse Foundation. Built around four pillars; Philanthropic, Volunteering, Workplace Giving and Employment, the program has been designed so GJK employees can get involved.

“Working with charities, not-for-profits and organisations we already support, like the Lighthouse Foundation, the GJK Giving Back program will build on these relationships to create shared value partnerships,” said CEO Elias Stamas. “Giving back and doing good has always been part of GJK’s DNA thanks to our Founder and Managing Director, George Stamas, and this program just takes this to the next level, enabling our employees to participate and give back too.”

Lighthouse Foundation provides homes and therapeutic care programs to children and young people impacted by long-term neglect, abuse, and homelessness. Their focus is to create caring communities where kids can feel safe, create meaningful relationships, and begin to heal from traumatic relationships. Lighthouse relies heavily on the support of its corporate partners to allow them to continue to provide the life-changing work they do with Australia’s most vulnerable kids.

“It’s integral for Lighthouse to have these purposeful partnerships with organisations, exactly like with GJK, so we can continue to deliver the care programs necessary for young people to heal,” Dr. Eamonn McCarthy, CEO of Lighthouse Foundation, says. “We wouldn’t be able to do it without them.”

Lighthouse’s impact on young kids in the homelessness space speaks for itself. Eight out of 10 children who go through Lighthouse never return to the streets, and for every $1 invested, there is a $12 return of investment for the community. They have proudly changed the lives of 1,000+ young people.

The GJK Giving Back program also involves the Kids Cancer Project, SuperTee, The Hunger Project, Epworth Foundation and Bridge of Hope.

In the words of Winston Churchill – “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”.

Contact Information:
Media Relations GJK Facility Services
Media
info@gjkfacilityservices.com.au
1800635983


Original Source: GJK Facility Services Owner George Stamas Wins Australia Day Award GJK Facility Services Owner George Stamas Wins Australia Day Award

GJK Facility Services Owner George Stamas Wins Australia Day Award

Award-winning philanthropist and business tycoon George Stamas, AM, leaves an indelible impact on the cleaning industry and is crowned with Queen's last Australia Day award for his major contributions to multiple philanthropic efforts in business and his community.

George Stamas, the owner and director of the phenomenal establishment GJK Facility Services, has been recognised with Queen Elizabeth's last Australia Day award, presented to him by Governor General Linda Dessau in Governor House, grounding his 30 years of service devoted to charities and efforts to uplift society. George Stamas initiated his career as an occasional cleaner and progressively elevated his position to the top management and ownership of GJK Facility Services in 1987. Under his prudent leadership, GJK Facility Services blossomed from a new enterprise to an industry giant, employing over 3,000 people across Australia and New Zealand.

George Stamas innovatively led GJK into a joint venture with the Victorian State Government and the Brotherhood of St. Lawrence, culminating in a groundbreaking pilot project that brought employment to 35-40 long-term unemployed public housing tenants in Melbourne's inner suburbs. This commendable project garnered praise from Harvard University and was honoured with the esteemed H. Bruce Russell Global Innovators Award for Community Redevelopment. His influential strides in the management and cleaning Industry have also earned him major commendations, including the "Excellence in Sustainability Business Award, City of Yarra" in 2012 and the "Australian Business Award" for Community Contribution in 2011.

Beyond his business success, George Stamas, AM, has held key roles in several governmental and non-profit organizations. He is a member of the Business to Business Conduct Study Group, CEO Forum for Disability Action Plan Framework and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management. Stamas' board appointments include Director of GJK Indigenous Solutions Killara Indigenous Facility Services, Alternate Director of AustralianSuper, Ex Finance Director of Facility Management Association of Australia, and he was recently awarded the Prestigious Life Member Award of FMA Association, where he donated his expertise for over 18 years. He is a trustworthy member of Epworth Medical Foundation’s Board of Trustees.

His membership in the Order of Australia in 2022 is a testament to his meaningful contributions to society. George Stamas, AM, is also known for his commendable contributions to Bridge of Hope for homeless children. His commitment to sparking positive change in society, enhancing the standard of living in communities, and fostering the growth of other professionals is unrivalled.

George Stamas, AM, also supports Lighthouse Foundation, helping displaced women and their families through his successful company GJK Facility Services, which staff give their time to contribute to helping this charity. George Stamas and GJK Facility Services also support The Kids Cancer Project, helping find a cure for kids' brain cancer in Australia.

George Stamas, AM, and his entire team at GJK Facility Services continue to transform businesses and society at large. It's this spirit of philanthropy and excellence that made him the recipient of the prestigious award. His dedication and strong work ethic continue to inspire upcoming entrepreneurs in Australia and beyond.

Giving back and doing good has always been part of GJK's DNA, thanks to our founder and managing director, George Stamas, and this program just takes this to the next level, enabling our employees to participate and give back too.

For three decades, GJK Facility Services has invested in initiatives and programs that benefit the wider community, fostering sustainable outcomes that have positive social impacts. To date, a generous portion of this work in the community has been philanthropic – donations to support the purchase of equipment, scholarship programs, and the like.

GJK Facility Services launched its new social impact program, GJK Giving Back, with one of the program’s partners, Lighthouse Foundation. Built around four pillars; Philanthropic, Volunteering, Workplace Giving and Employment, the program has been designed so GJK employees can get involved.

“Working with charities, not-for-profits and organisations we already support, like the Lighthouse Foundation, the GJK Giving Back program will build on these relationships to create shared value partnerships,” said CEO Elias Stamas. “Giving back and doing good has always been part of GJK’s DNA thanks to our Founder and Managing Director, George Stamas, and this program just takes this to the next level, enabling our employees to participate and give back too.”

Lighthouse Foundation provides homes and therapeutic care programs to children and young people impacted by long-term neglect, abuse, and homelessness. Their focus is to create caring communities where kids can feel safe, create meaningful relationships, and begin to heal from traumatic relationships. Lighthouse relies heavily on the support of its corporate partners to allow them to continue to provide the life-changing work they do with Australia’s most vulnerable kids.

“It’s integral for Lighthouse to have these purposeful partnerships with organisations, exactly like with GJK, so we can continue to deliver the care programs necessary for young people to heal,” Dr. Eamonn McCarthy, CEO of Lighthouse Foundation, says. “We wouldn’t be able to do it without them.”

Lighthouse’s impact on young kids in the homelessness space speaks for itself. Eight out of 10 children who go through Lighthouse never return to the streets, and for every $1 invested, there is a $12 return of investment for the community. They have proudly changed the lives of 1,000+ young people.

The GJK Giving Back program also involves the Kids Cancer Project, SuperTee, The Hunger Project, Epworth Foundation and Bridge of Hope.

In the words of Winston Churchill – “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”.

Contact Information:
Media Relations GJK Facility Services
Media
info@gjkfacilityservices.com.au
1800635983


Original Source: GJK Facility Services Owner George Stamas Wins Australia Day Award GJK Facility Services Owner George Stamas Wins Australia Day Award

The Brennan Rehabilitation Foundation Announces Socrates Recipients

Award Recognizes the Accomplishments of Paralyzed Individuals With Lifetime Grant

The Brennan Rehabilitation Foundation today announced the recipients of the 2023 Socrates Award, which provides a lifetime cash grant to individuals with paralysis caused by illness or injury that results in the partial or total loss of the use of one's limbs with economic resources for therapy, equipment, prescriptions, and in-home care.

"These four individuals recognize that the daily pursuit of ‘a healthy mind' and 'a healthy body' in the face of adversity is the true testament of one's character," said Chris Brennan, Chairman of The Brennan Rehabilitation Foundation.

Marine Cpl Kelsee Leinhart (Dearborn, IN)

Marine Cpl. Kelsee Lainhart was among the service members wounded in the Kabul Airport attacks on August 26, 2021. Cpl. Lainhart was working with the withdrawal of U.S. troops and refugees in the final days of the U.S. involvement in the war in Afghanistan when the attack that killed 13 service members happened. Lainhart was left paralyzed, and recovery has taken her from Walter Reed in Washington to rehabilitation in Chicago. She continues her journey of healing back in the Hoosier State. Despite everything she has been through, the decision to join the Marines is one Cpl. Lainhart said she doesn't regret it. Once a Marine, always a Marine!

Ivan Smith (San Diego, CA)

Ivan Smith, an elite tennis player from Southern California, was in a terrible car accident on April 5, 2022, while attending college in San Antonio, Texas. Ivan endured significant surgery to rebuild his spine with 16 screws, and his spinal cord was severely damaged around T.H. 7-8. There are severe long-term problems ahead, but hopefully, with divine intervention and remarkable technological and scientific advances, Ivan will someday walk again. 

Clay Scherb  (Winnetka, IL)

On August 28, 2022, Clay Scherb, who was a senior in high school, suffered a horrific accident in which his C5 was shattered. After being rushed into surgery and spending two critical weeks in the ICU, Clay was transferred to Northwestern Hospital in Chicago for another week of enhanced care. The following 12 weeks were spent in intense rehabilitation, with a brief stint back to Northwestern Hospital for two weeks to help clear Clay's lungs. Clay is paralyzed from the chest down and has difficulty with his core and sitting upright unassisted. Clay has worked tirelessly five days a week, six hours a day, for the past 15 months in physical therapy. He has slowly gained some functionality with his leg mobility and continues to work on developing hand dexterity. Clay's will is indomitable, and he is determined to continue healing, gaining strength, and regaining mobility and self-sufficiency. 

J.J. O'Connor (Chicago, IL)

J.J. O'Connor sustained a C4 spinal cord injury at the age of 16 while playing hockey, forcing him to learn how to live his life as a quadriplegic. About a week after his accident, long-time hockey official Jim Smith visited him in the hospital. The men became friends, and Smith became a caregiver for O'Connor, a role that Smith still has. Over the past two decades, J.J. has significantly impacted the sport of sled hockey and made invaluable contributions to USA Hockey, held various leadership roles on the local and national levels, and is currently Director Emeritus of USA Hockey's Disabled Section. The O'Connor Courage Trophy, named after J.J., is awarded yearly to the Tier I champion at the USA Hockey Sled Classic.

Contact Information:
Chris Brennan
Chairman, The Brennan Rehabilitation Foundation
cjb1133@gmail.com

K.C. O'Rourke
Owner, KCLO Communications
kclo@kclocomm.com


Original Source: The Brennan Rehabilitation Foundation Announces Socrates Recipients The Brennan Rehabilitation Foundation Announces Socrates Recipients

Anthony Morey: Revolutionizing Design Retail at Luminaire With Unmatched Passion and Vision

Anthony Morey: The Architect of Innovation - Masterfully Redefining the Future of Design and Retail at Luminaire, Leading with Unparalleled Vision and Curiosity. ...

Trace Minerals Welcomes Charles Walkley as Chief Operating Officer

Walkley Brings More Than 30 Years of Strategy, Manufacturing and Operations, and Sales and Marketing Experience to the Trace Minerals Leadership Team

Trace Minerals, America’s number one selling trace mineral, liquid magnesium and performance nutrition brand according to SPINS®, announced today the addition of Charles “Chuck” Walkley as chief operating officer (COO). With more than three decades of experience in the CPG industry, Walkley has the proven ability to build and scale brands. As COO, Walkley will oversee the daily operational functions of Trace Minerals.

“As we look forward to further growing Trace Minerals in 2024 and beyond, Chuck’s role will be crucial in helping us reach and exceed our goals,” said Matt Kilts, CEO of Trace Minerals. “With extensive industry knowledge, experience and relationships, Chuck is sure to be a valuable addition to our leadership team.” 

Walkley is bringing a unique blend of business expertise to Trace Minerals, with firsthand experience building high-performing management and sales teams, setting corporate vision, leading sophisticated manufacturing operations, elevating brand equity and more. Most recently, he served as COO for CocoVibe, the nation’s leading supplier of tropical concentrates and purees. Before that, Walkley was CEO for New Whey Nutrition, COO for Tampico Beverages Inc. and vice president of sales for Vermont Pure Springs. He has also held positions at Quaker Oats Company and Pepsi-Cola Company.

“I am fully aligned with Trace Minerals’ mission to help people remineralize their bodies and live healthier and fuller lives,” said Walkley. “As I embark on this new role, I will leverage my expertise to support the company today and drive continued growth in the coming months and years.” 

Trace Minerals aims to help people remineralize their bodies and achieve and maintain an ideal level of trace minerals. For more information, visit https://www.traceminerals.com/.  

About Trace Minerals

For more than 50 years, Trace Minerals has been committed to helping people remineralize their bodies, achieving and maintaining the ideal level of trace minerals that is just right for them to live better every single day. Trace Minerals is America’s number one selling trace mineral, liquid magnesium, and performance nutrition brand according to SPINS® and is the exclusive provider of ConcenTrace® Trace Mineral Drops, a concentrated seawater complex that contains a precisely proportioned, full spectrum of trace minerals and elements. 

ConcenTrace is the basis for all products in the Company’s branded line, which is backed by a “Feel the Difference or Your Money Back” guarantee. Trace Minerals has been GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)-certified since 2004, is a registered member of the Global Retailer & Manufacturer Alliance, and is certified by UL® Registrar LLC under the standard ANSI 455-2 Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) for Dietary Supplements.

Contact Information:
Janine Warner
PR Manager
traceminerals@crowepr.com


Original Source: Trace Minerals Welcomes Charles Walkley as Chief Operating Officer

Latest Fit News

FTC Approves 2023 Budget for Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority

The Federal Trade Commission has issued an order approving the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority’s 2023 budget as submitted to the Commission. On March 27,...

The Abrahamic Business Circle Unveils Global Growth Opportunities at Prestigious Investors Roundtable in Dubai

An Exclusive Business Networking Gathering Diverse Network of Global Leaders Unites for Economic Diplomacy and Positive Change DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, December...

Calculator.io Unveils Refinance Calculator for Smart Mortgage Decisions

Refinance Calculator Calculator.io releases a Refinance Calculator, aiding homeowners and professionals in making informed mortgage refinancing decisions. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, USA, December...

FTC, DOJ and HHS Work to Lower Health Care and Drug Costs, Promote Competition to Benefit Patients, Health Care Workers

Anticompetitive acquisitions and practices can chill fair competition, leading to higher health care costs, degraded working conditions, and less innovation across the health care...
breaking celebrity news and gossip

Finance

FTC Approves 2023 Budget for Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority

The Federal Trade Commission has issued an order approving the...

FTC, DOJ and HHS Work to Lower Health Care and Drug Costs, Promote Competition to Benefit Patients, Health Care Workers

Anticompetitive acquisitions and practices can chill fair competition, leading...
publish story submission