Dr. Eisenberg believes that music, humor, and heart can transform patients’ journeys through the minefield of cancer and this is the foundation of his new book: Love Is The Strongest Medicine
John and Jayne Simmons’ goal is to make Alton the healthiest and happiest city on the Mississippi by 2029 and to do that, they are committing about $75 million in development on the buildings they have spent the last 18 months acquiring in downtown Alton. Many of the new jobs and residents will be a result of building renovations that are to provide office space and apartments for lease upon completion. Go to https://www.thetelegraph.com/news/article/ to read more.
John Simmons founded his firm in 1999 with seven employees and a focus on asbestos litigation. John has overseen some of the biggest verdicts and settlements in the history of asbestos litigation. In one of the largest jury verdicts in the history of the litigation the firm obtained a $250 million verdict on behalf of an Indiana steelworker.
The firm’s track record of success continues today, not only in mesothelioma litigation, but also in other areas of complex litigation. Since that first case, the firm has recovered more than $9 billion in settlements and verdicts for thousands of clients nationwide under John’s leadership.
Tom Webster is a proven business leader, with large corporate, startup, and high-growth experience. A 15-year corporate executive with Intel, Teradata, AT&T, and NCR.
TONE provides patented Audio QR-Codes to enable mobile-engagement, inventory & asset management, treatment plan compliance & reduce readmissions, anti-piracy & DRM, security & credentialing, and audio blockchain. The difficult realities around access and mobility, in particular, are rarely discussed in the media, and the plight of individuals and their carers’ largely ignored. We want to empower and transform the daily lives of people who suffer chronic illnesses and actively advocate for and support the families and friends who suffer in silence. thetoneknows.com
Joseph VanFonda is hear to talk about Disabled Veterans National Foundation.
DVNF was founded in 2007 by six women veterans, each with years of experience as State Women Veterans Coordinators in various states around the country. DVNF hired Joseph VanFonda (USMC SgtMaj Ret.) in late 2013 upon his retirement from a 27-year career in the United States Marine Corps. A recipient of the Purple Heart, VanFonda remained in the Marines after being injured in combat. His final assignment in the Marine Corps was serving as the Regimental Sergeant Major for the Wounded Warrior Regiment, responsible for the coordination of non-medical care for combat and non-combat wounded, ill, and injured Marines. www.dvnf.org
Passionate about her work, KENYATTA’S sharp wit, cool demeanor and smart fashion choices invite fans and followers across the globe as she ignites the desire in others to connect to their pasts in order to find out who we really are. KENYATTA’S TV Host job on Genealogy Roadshow (PBS) (which received over 1.5 million viewers per episode) is generating enormous buzz surrounding her insight, understanding and expertise by colleagues, genealogy organizations, experts, media and supporters alike. Her Book, FAMILY TREE TOOLKIT helps people create a family tree after they get a DNA Genealogy test. kenyattaberry.com