When it comes to the customers of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina is their biggest supporter. He is in their corner all the way, and that includes the entire Talk Fusion team. They are there to help, guide, and support the customer every step of the way. They are the support team that many people have always needed and wanted in their lives, but they never got it from their friends, family, or coworkers. Bob Reina has proven throughout his own life that there is no such thing as impossible. People can do big things, dream big, and follow their dreams all the way until the end. In reality, the only thing stopping them is listening to other people.
The only person they should be listening to is themselves and also the people that see what they are capable of as an individual. There are a lot of people out there that have untapped potential. It would really be a shame for them to hold it back and not see it through all the way. The world is there for the taking, and with Talk Fusion’s video newsletters, video emails, video conferences, and video chats, they can reach more people than they ever imagined. There is a big world out there, and they are ready for the next big thing.Learn more : http://www.superbcrew.com/talk-fusion-delivers-award-winning-video-communication-products-and-video-marketing-solutions/
Oddly enough, that is what Bob Reina mentioned in a recent interview. He is always on the lookout for the next big thing. That is what fuels him and drives him as CEO and founder of Talk Fusion. He loves to brainstorm with his fellow employees and talk about this and really get it out in the open. For him, it is really a team at Talk Fusion. Everyone pitches in and everyone has his or her voice heard. No one is going to be silenced and no one is going to be left in the dark. They all have their day in court, so to speak.Learn more : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUyWC7dMRD4
He hires smart and talented people, and he wants them to come out and let their opinions shine as they might have something up their sleeve that is a great idea for the company.
Since Michigan philanthropist and Republican Party donor Betsy DeVos was appointed by President Donald Trump and ultimately endorsed as the new US Education Secretary, a lot has been said about what her leadership portends. An article published on The Atlantic Journal on 23 November, 2016 tries to extricate what we can expect. According to the article Betsy will among other things push for school choice, fight deregulation of charter schools and remain politically active. She believes school choice will give parents the ability to choose the best schools for their children, whether public, private or charter. In line with his promise, President Trump has promptly proposed a $20 billion federal voucher program supporting parent’s decision to take kids to the academic institutions of their choice.
On deregulation, the DeVos family has in the past supported efforts to prevent the state of Michigan from strengthening their oversight over charter schools, even though the idea did not come to fruition. Following that stance, it is likely Betsy DeVos will lean towards deregulation. Statistics indicate that 80% of state level charter schools are operated by private companies, and there are fears that bad charter schools may continue to provide low education standard if left unmonitored. Politically speaking, Betsy DeVos is a devout Republican. She has served the party in various capacities, including acting as Chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party at one time. Betsy and her husband Dick DeVos huge charitable donations and support for the Republican Party has been a subject of discussion by both supporters and critics alike. According to an excerpt on Mlive.com, the DeVoses donated $11.6 million in charitable giving in 2015.
The family doled out a total of $104 million during the same year; a feat that landed the family in the 2015 Forbes list of America Top Givers. In total, Forbes places the lifetime giving of the entire Devos extended family at a staggering $1.3 billion. Most of the donations from Betsy and her husband are targeted at educational causes. In 2013, the list of beneficiaries from the DeVoses included Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Cinematic Art in Grand Rapids and a Detroit charter school called New Urban Learning. Betsy support for education can be traced back to her upbringing. According to an excerpt on Wikipedia, Betsy DeVos grew in a conservative community of Holland, Michigan. She then went to a private school called Holland Christian High School. From high school, she attended Calvin College in Grand Rapids and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Arts. While growing up in Michigan, Betsy attended Christian Reformed Church in North America.
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