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Hudson Whitenight

Hudson Whitenight

Current City: Newark, DE
Chapter: Delaware SCORE

Brandywine Marketing and Media - Business Consulting

Goldey-Beacom College - Assistant Director of Admissions

whitenightproductions, Inc “Using video to sustain transformational change”Chief Learning Officer

GlaxoSmithKline - Director, Human Resources and Organization Development/Effectiveness

 

 

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Education

<p> M.Ed., Secondary Education, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ</p> <p> B.A., Psychology/English, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas</p>

Richard S Lewine

Richard S Lewine

Current City: Greenwich, CT

Expert helping the leaders of small to mid-size organizations clarify their direction and have their people help to achieve the organizations goals by developing their untapped potential. 

Expert in:VISION ARTICULATION STRATEGY FORMULATION CLIMATE ASSESSMENT DEVELOPMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS SYSTEMS INSTALLATION OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL/MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CREATION OF INTERDEPARTMENTAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - job matching - systems - leadership development - management training - apparel & textiles

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Member of Board of Directors of Greenwich CT Chamber of Commerce

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Education

Education includes,  Marketing, Business Law, Industrial Psychology and Computer Basics at Temple University. Certified in Gamification by Wharton/Coursera.

David Houseman

David Houseman

Current City: Chester Springs, PA

Thirty five years in the computer industry from designer to senior management as CTO. Five years as COO of a small company in the healthcare IT industry. Skilled in operations, development, marketing, product management, project management, strategy and business planning.

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Ask SCORE

       After working for more than 25 years in the publishing industry, the company I worked 
for downsized and I accepted an attractive buyout package. Now I’d like to start my own 
business. What do I do first?
 

 

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About the Author

       This column is brought to you by the Merrimack Valley Chapter of SCORE, with nearly 70 current and former business executives available to provide free, confidential, one-on-one business mentoring and training workshops for area businesses. Call 603-666-7561 or visit merrimackvalley.score.org for information on mentoring, upcoming workshops and volunteer opportunities. SCORE is a national, non-profit organization and a resource partner of the U. S. Small Business Administration.
       Have a question you’d like answered in this column? E-mail it to info@score-manchester.org, with “Ask SCORE” in the subject line.    

Hart Coven

Hart Coven - Executive Consultant

Hart Coven

Current City: Morristown, NJ

With an proven track record using technology to provide innovative and cost-effective business solutions, Hart has broad experience in a wide variety of technologies and keeps current on new trends and service offerings.  Enthusiastic proponent of cloud services as well as social media for growing businesses..

Industry experience includes consulting, healthcare, financial services, telecommunications, insurance, business development, and entrepreneurship.

Extensive experience in technology operations, product development/evaluations, leadership, due diligence, social media, organizational and staff development.

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Education

Lafayette College - BA Chemistry with a minor in Computer Science

 

Emil A Hartleb

Emil A Hartleb

40 plus years in the field of business credit. Former Chief Operating Officer of the nations largest commercial collection agency, Dun & Bradstreet Receivables Management Services. Executive Director of the Commercial Collection Agency Association a section of the Commercial Law League of America. Seminar leader and author of several Dun & Bradstreet Business Education courses on credit decision making, cash flow, budgeting and strategic planning.

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Education

MBA, St. John's University, in Economics.

Amy Radtke

Amy Radtke

Current City: Crystal, MN

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Education

Master of Science, Human Resource Management       

Anticipated 2015; Walden University, Minneapolis, MN (online).  GPA 4.0

Master of Arts, Teaching and Learning with Technology

        2012, Ashford University, Clinton, IA.  GPA 4.0

Bachelor of Arts, Organizational Management and Communication

2004, Concordia University, St. Paul, MN. Cum laude

Instructional Design Post-Bachelor Certificate

        2013, Walden University, Minneapolis, MN.  GPA 4.0

Q: What are limited liability companies (“LLCs”), and what should businesses know 
about them?
A: LLCs are a new type of business entity that emerged in the early 1990s. They have many important legal and tax characteristics, but the key ones are these:
  • Liability shield. LLCs provide their owners (called “members”) with a statutory liability shield that is essentially identical to the corporate shield.

About the Author

John Cunningham is a N.H. business lawyer whose practice is focused on LLC law and tax. He chaired the N.H. Business and Industry Association committee that drafted the Revised New Hampshire Limited Liability Company Act, a radical revision of New Hampshire LLC law that went into effect on January 1st. LLCs are, by a wide margin, the entities of choice for N.H. business start-ups.

Ask SCORE

       I’ve recently taken my business plan for a new and innovative consumer product to several banks seeking funding, but have had no success. What are some other financing options that might be available to me?

 

 

About the Author

       This column is brought to you by the Merrimack Valley Chapter of SCORE, with nearly 70 current and former business executives available to provide free, confidential, one-on-one business mentoring and training workshops for area businesses. Call 603-666-7561 or visit merrimackvalley.score.org for information on mentoring, upcoming workshops and volunteer opportunities. SCORE is a national, non-profit organization and a resource partner of the U. S. Small Business Administration.
       Have a question you’d like answered in this column? E-mail it to info@score-manchester.org, with “Ask SCORE” in the subject line.

SCORE Mentors Revelle Academy to Success

Growing up in Norway, Evelyn Squires had a passion for ballet from an early age.  Upon settling in Sarasota, Florida she founded Revelle Academy to bring dance to the next generation. The academy has a strong underpinning of ballet but has responded to market demands by offering tap, jazz, flamenco, modern, lyrical and hip-hop dance instruction.  Evelyn says, “Our goal is to teach our students to work together, to believe in themselves, to appreciate the arts and music and to take a chance.  The training they get here, they can use for the rest of their lives.”

www.RevelleAcademy.com

Owner/Founder
Evelyn Squires
My Location
Sarasota FL
United States
Employees
10
Year Company Formed
2007
My Successes

Two years into the business, Revelle has 10 part-time employees in an 8,200 square foot facility catering to 175 students.

SCORE mentor Charlie Sax commented on Revelle’s success saying, “In a very bad economy, they grew their business dramatically.  She has a real passion for what she is doing.”

In 2009, Revelle Academy was named Manasota SCORE Small Business of the Year.  The business was recently chosen by Sam’s Club Holiday Cheer for Small Business program to receive a $1,000 gift card and funding to attend a 2-day SCORE “High Speed Growth Seminar” in Dallas, TX.  The award was given in recognition of the business’s growth and Evelyn’s commitment to ongoing learning.

How SCORE Helped

Evelyn’s mother-in-law, Heather, encouraged her to contact SCORE to fill in the gaps of her business knowledge.  SCORE mentors Charles Sax and Richard Radt taught Evelyn how to develop a business plan and then reviewed the plan with her.  The two mentors also brought in a banking specialist to advise on obtaining a loan.  When presented with an offer to buy out a competitor, her SCORE mentors helped Evelyn evaluate the possibility.

“They made me think about a lot of things I hadn’t thought of before, how to develop a mission statement, where was my money coming from,” she said.  “I would have made a lot more mistakes if they (SCORE) hadn’t helped.”

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