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Earl Schubert

Mr. Schubert holds a BS and an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University, New Hampshire College, Manchester, New Hampshire where he also served as an Adjunct Faculty Member. He is also a Certified Professional Estimator (The National Estimating Society (NES)) and a Certified Cost Estimator / Analyst of the Society of Cost Estimating and Analysis (SCEA) as well as a member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME). He has 30+ years of demonstrated skills in financial & operational aspects of successful business operations in both large and small worldwide organizations. His skills and experience encompass program and manufacturing management, operations, systems development, finance and cost controls, and corporate planning (strategic, tactical, and operational).

Marvin Jackson

For more than 25 years, Mr. Jackson has served as CEO, chief operating officer, project manager, engineering manager, production manager and internal financial manager with experience in workouts, startups and many forms of business ownership. Mr. Jackson co-founded Southwest Florida Small Business Consulting, which provided solutions to companies in the United Arab Emirates and Trinidad. Mr. Jackson has worked in the defense industry as part of research and development teams. Mr. Jackson has degrees in Engineering, Management and Finance.

Alvin Rhoney

Mr. Rhoney has 30 years of results oriented, business and financial management experience. He is a former partner with a large international C.P.A. firm where he was responsible for management advisory services (MAS) for his clients. The depth and breadth of his audit and MAS experience spans virtually every business entity. During the past 15 years he has developed specific, customized consulting projects and supervised the successful installation of them with a staff of four to fourteen consultants for a wide variety of businesses, ranging in annual sales volume from $250,000 to $150 million, throughout the United States. Mr. Rhoney has a degree in Business Administration. He is a New York State Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Management Consultant.

Bill Young

Bill Young BS Computer Science. Became manager at age 17. Hotel trouble-shooter at age 26 and VP of hotel management company at 28. Financial planner and CFP for 15 years. Business consultant since 2000. Involved in over 300 consulting projects from shrimp processing plant to marketing firms. Developed the concept of OwnerProofing and ManagerProofing to deal with issues faced by small to mid-sized businesses. Has taught on a college level and also for community education.

Chris Hart

Chris Hart is an international business consultant and author of The Business Operations Blueprint, or BOB. The Business Operations Blueprint is comprised of 12 chapters that cover every aspect of running a successful business. Chris says, Listen, I know how busy you are running your organization! None of us has time to stop our work and create a big black binder of documents that no one ever uses. Ive designed the Business Operations Blueprint so that it can be developed as you go about the daily routines of running your organization. Chris has taken his 30+ years as a business consultant and captured the foundational, best practices that every organization needs, and packaged it into the easy to understand BOB format. Chris has presented the principles of BOB in 1-on-1 coaching sessions, conference room size workshops, and in auditoriums as the keynote speaker. The Business Operations Blueprint Syllabus is a comprehensive listing of all the topics in which Chris is well versed. He is available to present any of those topics in a variety of formats such as a 30 minute overview or a two hour live workshop.

Dr. Lynn Jackson

D. Lynn Jackson, Ph.D., LCSW (FL), ACSW is an assistant professor at the University of North Texas, Department of Rehabilitation, Social Work, and Addictions. She has taught in the Social Work field since 1994, both in Florida and Texas and has presented at national and regional conferences. In addition to her faculty duties, she is still a social work practitioner and presents workshops in ethics, stress management, and anger management to name a few.

Frank Fenwick

Frank Fenwick has been an active operator and owner of small and medium sized retail multi location businesses for the last 35 years. He understands the problems and solutions associated with inventory and operating costs. The practical experience of owning, operating and eventually selling each business allows Mr. Fenwick to bring hands on experience in today's complex business environment. Mr. Fenwick has a degree in Management.

Peter Kautzmann

Mr. Kautzmann has been in Senior Level Management for over 20+ years. Peter S Kautzmann was President of a Fortune 500 Subsidiary before the age of 30. He has been a General Manager of several metals distribution centers, the largest of which had annual revenues of $30+ million. Mr. Kautzmann has founded or purchased four companies ranging from a Metals Service Center to Computer Manufacturing, Public Relations/Marketing Consulting and Metals Trading. For the last 12 years he has been doing general management consulting. His consulting also included training CEOs, restructuring and managing the firm for success, improving profit performance and crisis management, plus training and implementing current best practice management.