Adam Milstein: Celebrating Israeli

Adam Milstein is celebrating the Israeli’s 70th birthday. Adam Milstein is Jewish and has lived in America since 1981. There is a lot of celebrations occurring based on 70th birthday of Israeli. He talks about the many ways American and Israel have bonded over the years. He mentions the reasons Israeli is such an amazing country like how serving in the Israeli army inspires national pride.

 

Adam Milstein served in Israeli’s army during the Yom Kippur War. However, he also talks about the pride in American and how all the presidents throughout history has shown their understanding of Israeli like Harry Truman and John Adams

 

Adam Milstein has great pride in Israeli he also has ties to America.He earned a MBA from USC and his work is in America. There are sixteen festivals going around America to celebrate the birthday of Israeli.

 

May 14th is the birthday of Israeli. Adam Milstein goes on to establish the connection between Israeli and America. He says, “The American dream is like the Zionist dream.” Milstein is co-founder of the Milstein Family Foundation and he is involved in many organizations. His business that he is involved in is commercial real estate. His parents immigrated to the Israel in 1948.

 

The bond between America and Israeli runs deep beside the many things that they have in common which include feelings of freedom and civic pride. There is something about the hard work that the people of Israeli has done to make sure that the country is one that is to be reckon with that makes a person smile.

 

If one can find the words to describe the celebration of Israeli 70th birthday it will be grateful, happy, and looking to the future. Israeli has done a lot but they are looking to do a lot more with the celebrations comes the realizations that Israeli is an amazing country.

 

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Stream Energy Shows Texas How to Give Back

When neighborhoods in Houston were hidden beneath nearly five feet of water, Stream Energy was one of the first companies to respond. The effort to recover from Hurricane Harvey meant helping residents in the region get back to a normal sense of life and curbing costs to customers living in affected areas.

 

Aiding in the response to a devastating natural disaster is just one way Stream Energy’s culture as a company makes philanthropic giving a regular part of business. And it’s because of that need to give that led to the creation of Stream Cares. This charitable foundation seeks out worthy causes across Texas and the country at large.

 

By carrying Stream Energy’s name and recruiting employees to decide how and where to get involved allows the company to brand itself to the marketplace as one that cares while getting involved with local communities.

 

This routine giving is in line with most US corporations. In any given year they can donate billions of dollars to charities at home and abroad, but not in Texas. When looking across the country, Texas is consistently ranked as one of the least charitable states. Stream Energy expects that to change.

 

Stream Cares has worked alongside respected and known charities like the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity across the state. These partnerships are decided in part with participation from employees. They even take part in running and participating in local functions that have a direct impact in how the company is perceived in the public eye.

 

An example of this direct involvement is the company’s interest in addressing the problems of homelessness. In Dallas, the city Stream Energy calls homes, homelessness has spiked by 24%. So they decided to wok with the Hope Supply Co., a charity known for addressing homelessness, and gave more than 1,000 kids without a stable home a day of food and fun at a Texas water park. In addition to having a chance to enjoy themselves, they were also supplied with money and resources their families could use.

 

Senior Event Manager Kimberly Girard said in a recent statement that helping vulnerable communities is at the heart of the company’s need to give back. That’s paired with a strategy that identifies causes and organizations that could use their help and gives their employees new ways to get directly involved.

 

Girard went on to say that being from a state that isn’t known for giving back gives Stream energy an opportunity to stand as an example to Texas and the country of how companies can be involved in their local communities.

 

http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160125006123/en/Stream-Launches-Smart-30-Thermostat-Plan

Dr. Mark McKenna the Founder and the CEO of OVME

Mark McKenna is a licensed surgical and medical doctor. Renowned stakeholders like Florida state board of medical examiners and Georgia back his professional qualifications. He originates from New Orleans, and he is a graduate of Tulane University Medical School. Besides, he is an exemplary patient advocate and a passionate community servant. For instance, after the infamous hurricane Katrina, which claimed many lives in New Orleans, he actively rose to the occasion to aid the victims in rebuilding their lives. Currently, Dr. Mark McKenna is the co-founder and the CEO of the OVME the role he took in July 2017. Before then, he was the national medical director at the Life Time Fitness Inc.

 

His take on the New CDC Report on Suicide

 

Mark McKenna advocates that the recent suicide incidents of the celebrity Kate Spade and Antony Bourdain, have brought new insight into the issue of suicide. He is in support of the report that indicates the level of suicide has risen to nearly 30% for the last 20 years. As a professional, Dr. Mark McKenna also agrees that the current trend in the celebrity suicide can result in copycat. For instance, after Robin Williams took his life in 2014, the instances of suicide have risen by about 10%. Similarly, the way media cover suicide occurrences also has an impact on this issue. Coverage that cites suicide methods used as dramatic or when graphic helplines are used, the incidents of suicides are likely to increase.

 

Notably, he advocates that suicide can result from various complicated issues. As such, the media should avoid simplifying the issue of suicide. Dr. Mark McKenna also backs one of the most recent reports by the CDC that indicates nearly 54% of who die through suicide does not have any registered medical complications. This finding is based on data obtained from 27 states in 2015. Besides being a doctor, Dr. Mark McKenna is business minded. As such, he is an active participant in the entrepreneur organization. He has also served as a member of the New Orleans Industrial Development Board and New Orleans Jazz Festival.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestreptalks/2017/07/11/want-a-botox-house-call-a-doctor-turned-entrepreneur-is-building-an-uber-style-app/#443eaea7e00a