Helane Morrison has lived a life that is full of achievements. As a result, she has gained a lot of reputation for herself. Her reputation is that of someone who will not put up with nonsense. When she is presented with a case, she makes sure that she gets to the bottom of it. Afterwards, she takes the appropriate action to correct any issues that have been presented to her. One thing that Helane has shown is that she is all about fairness and justice. She won’t work from any bias. Part of this is because she loves the idea of diversity.
Helane has gone to college in Chicago and California where she has studied journalism and law. She has written for newspapers and publications before she has started work as a compliance officer. Fortunately, she has worked with a passion and fierceness that has granted her higher roles in the companies she has worked for. She has always held leadership positions throughout the year. One of the reasons is that she has taken the time to study law and the area that she is going to be involved in. One thing she has realized is that a lot of laws have to be enforced in the corporate world.
A lot of ethical violations that Helane has seen were rather discriminatory by nature. Therefore, she was always passionate about correcting this. She also saw through all the nonsense that the corporations under review have given them. She was very instrumental when it came to the big revelation of 2008 when the economy fell.
Helane eventually came to work for Hall Capital because of how diverse the leadership culture was. This made it easier for workers to find someone they can work with even though they come from diverse backgrounds. This has made for a very collaborative company.
Austin area’s discussions are majorly based on the welfare of the city itself. However, a current meeting, the Thursday’s Williamson County Growth Summit allowed discussions on how to solve the transport challenges experienced by the communities living in the suburbs, alongside other needs.
Mike Heiligenstein, the Executive Director at the CTRMA led the summit. Other attendants were Leandre Johns the Texas External Affairs Director, RideScout LLC founder, Joseph Kopser, Uber Technologies Inc, Jared Franklin of ArgoDesigns and Leandre Johns of Texas External Affairs. ArgoDesigns is a transport product designer. Jared suggested an aerial system for Austin. The event took place at the Sheraton Georgetown Texas Hotel and Conference Center. Transportation in Austin and worldwide was the main agenda for the discussion. There was need to improve the technology used in the transportation industry.
Heiligenstein suggested that Austin area needed driverless cars as well as ridesharing apps to give a paradigm shift to the entire transportation infrastructure. These technologies will help to promote investments because of the increased transportation capacity. The roads in Austin will also be smarter and safer. According to Heiligenstein, this would be a perfect and sole way of serving the increased mobility and transit demands. The growing population will also experience better transport, one that eases congestion and heavy traffic. Williamson Country for instance, was one of the suburbs experiencing the highest population growth.
Even though Williamson County had a structured infrastructure that could serve its people for over ten years, they had not considered that the county would be the preferred residence for many. Heiligenstein advised them to build more roads and expand the existing transportation capacities. At this rate, the corridors would also be congested. Therefore, it would be important to make them smarter and advanced.
Alan McGraw thought that the policy makers at Williamson County needed to prepare for the future transportation needs of its people. Ficklin was in agreement to this and added that parking garages would also be important. All the suggestions were geared towards improving the transportation technologies and infrastructure at the Williamson County.
Jose Borghi attended the PUCCampinas and graduated with an undergraduate degree in Advertising and Publicity. He started his advertising career at Standard Ogilvy back in 1989. During his tenure as an employee of Talent, DM9/DDB, and FCB, Borghi developed some of the award-winning advertising campaigns such as Carlinhos, Microsoft, Parmalat, and Mamiferos. He joined Leo Burnett as creative director and president in 1999. His effort paid off, and he ascended to the executive president of the agency back in 2001. While serving as the president of the Leo Burnett, Borghi led a team of professionals in the development of successful campaigns for Fiat, BankBoston, and Frescarini.
Jose Borghi becomes an innovator
Towards the end of 2002, Jose Borghi unveiled his agency known as Borghierh. In December 2006, Borghi agreed to merge his company with Lowe + Partners, an internationally acclaimed network. Borghi was named the Joint CEO of the Agency. In July 2012, he became the executive chairperson of BORGHI/LOWE. Borghi has pocketed several high profile acknowledgments and accolades due to his ability to develop excellent advertising campaigns. For example, the Brazilian Advertising Professionals Association selected him as the Agency Professional of the year in 2009. Archive Magazine featured him as the most awarded advertising guru. Borghi capitalizes on his innovativeness and unsurpassed professional ability to oversee the strategic direction Mullen Lowe Brasil.
About Mullen Lowe Brasil
In line with the mission of incorporating Lowe network into the unique Mullen Lowe Group, Borghi/Lowe has transformed into Mullen Lowe Brasil. Changes at the management level are also being made as a strategy for driving the momentum of the newly formed Mullen Lowe Group. For instance, Andres Gomes, who served as the VP of the Rio de Janeiro service center, joins CEO Jose Borghi as the co-CEO. Borghi will be in charge of developing innovative strategies for advertising and overseeing the investment plan of agency. On the other hand, Andre Gomes will focus on managing the day-to-day activities of the company. Other than the leadership changes and rebranding, Mullen Lowe will close the Brasilia-based office and divert its full attention to flagship offices based in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.
The Mullen Lowe Group has established itself as an authority in the Brazilian advertising arena. The group has also tried to establish influential territories in the UK and the United States. The agency handles advertising for top clients such as Harley Davidson, General Motors, Ikea, Western Union, and Royal Caribbean.
OSI Group is a premier global food supplier. The company provides a wide range of custom value-added food products for some of the leading retail foods brands and foodservice companies in the world. It’s among America’s largest privately held companies. They offer unparalleled reach and resources. OSI Group has extensive capabilities including custom food product development as well as the management of the global food supply chain. They can handle the entire process from sourcing to processing and distribution. This enables them to provide custom food products to fit any operation and help them to maximize their opportunities.
The OSI Group has more than 20,000 employees in 65 facilities in 17 countries. They are focused on producing the highest quality custom food products. They can support any company’s future growth or global presence with consistency and responsiveness. They can help to ensure your customers enjoy a quality experience. OSI Group partners with some of the world’s leading food service providers.
As a premier global food provider, the OSI Group partners with the world’s leading retail foods and foodservice brands. They provide concept-to-table solutions which consumers worldwide love. The company has the infrastructure and the financial resources to source, produce, develop and distribute food products for businesses worldwide and provide them with custom food solutions. OSI Group is driven by an entrepreneurial passion and a can-do ethic and offers new, innovative methods for delivering next-generation food solutions to help businesses turn their ideas into success.
The company was founded by German immigrant Otto Kolschowsky in 1909. It was started in Oak Park, Illinois as a family meat market. The company became involved in the wholesale meat trade in 1917 and developed a reputation for providing quality meats. In 1928 it became known as Otto & Sons. Its big break came when they agreed to provide fresh ground beef patties for Ray Kroc and his fledgling McDonald’s franchise in 1955. They built their first high-volume meat plant with liquid nitrogen freezing tunnels and patty-forming machines in 1973 in West Chicago. The company’s name was changed to OSI Industries in 1975.
Today the OSI Group is the 58th largest private company and has $6.1 billion in assets and their international headquarters is located in Aurora, Illinois. The company offers products like bacon, meat patties, fish, hot dogs, poultry, pizza, pork, dough and vegetable products to supermarkets, restaurants and fast food chains worldwide.