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Ep. 333 Susana Eshleman | Children International CEO

Rounding The Bases With Joel Goldberg

Release Date: 02/24/2020

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Kiona Sinks is a social, civic innovator setting the standard for young leaders. Kiona focuses on bridging the generational gap as well as taking action in community engagement. She is a young activist shaping minds as it comes to social justice, inclusion, and diversity. With 10 years of consistent volunteerism, Kiona takes pride in giving back to the community. She is mission-driven connector, and a name you will remember.

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A premier name in basketball, Danny Manning is an accomplished public figure, family man, coach, and 15-year NBA veteran. Manning is known for his passion, honesty, character, positivity and work ethic in helping young people succeed in basketball and off the court in the game of life. Manning's generosity and passion for helping people be successful are apparent every day as he continues to touch countless lives.

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With 25 years as a marketing professional, Bob Martin has navigated a career from start-up firms to established companies. During his career as a corporate executive, he worked for Gartlan USA, The Thomas Kinkade company, and the Walt Disney Company. He’s a co-Founder of several businesses, including iWerx, designWerx, The Mercantile, EnCorps45, Digital Legacy, and Martin Marketing Inc. He’s also an adviser to various companies.

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Josh Ross is the co-founder and CEO of Kerauno, a leading provider of global cloud communications solutions for business around the world. Josh has played a visionary role in the company’s mission to advance human interaction through communication technologies. Under his guidance, the organization has experienced triple digit growth, built national teams for scale, and raised the largest series A funding round in Indiana history - ranked in the top 7% globally.

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After nine years of being an engineer, Mitch dropped the conservative mindset and established his own definition of success and happiness. In the middle of a pandemic, Mitch decided to go all-in on building different businesses while giving himself the protected time to be more present with two young boys and a loving wife. Even through the fear, the anxiety, and the sleepless nights, he’s never been more happy, more clear, and more excited about the future and the work he gets to do!

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Michelle Wimes is an impressive Thought Leader, Inclusion Specialist, Global Citizen, Social Justice Advocate, Speaker and Author Chief Equity and Inclusion officer at Children's Mercy Kansas City. The former attorney is a nationally renowned presenter on professional development, diversity and inclusion issues in the workplace. Michelle is highly respected among colleagues and in the community as she continues to make significant changes in the work environment.

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Gary Wilbers is a successful lifetime entrepreneur. Known as the Positive Culture Mentor, he shares his experienced knowledge by helping individuals & organizations cultivate a positive culture. Gary has authored many books. His passion is working with Special Olympics Missouri. One of his greatest joys is playing unified golf with Keith Lueckenhoff, a Special Olympic athlete.

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Chris Cheatham is the Vice President, Product, Insurance Intelligence for Bold Penguin. He moved into that role in October 2020 after Risk Genius, the company he served as CEO was acquired.

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Giving up has never been an option. She has overcome an array of circumstances and events. Angie used each negative circumstance to fuel her drive to be more than what the low success rates for foster children would allow. After being abused and abandoned, she couldn’t have anticipated just how successful she would become. She shares in her book, A Recipe For Bad Lemons, a few of the sweet ingredients that resulted in co-owning a multi-million dollar company and being the mom of four.

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Jeff Eckert is a sports referee, author and CFO of Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joe. He is the proverbial "jack of all trades" in his life. Exploring new horizons and challenges seems to drive him onward. This includes rising up through the ranks in Fortune 500 and nonprofit environments. This unique experience allows him to see how the parts fit together and be a globally effective decision maker. More importantly, Jeff is a mentor at heart with a desire to be a positive influence.

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Susana Eshleman grew up in Argentina and has followed a path that took her from a student at the University to Nebraska where she was washing dishes to make money to Harvard Business School, Hallmark and eventually Children International as CEO where she leads 1,500 employees and nine thousand volunteers. She sat down with Joel to talk about leadership, culture and her journey.

 

Learn more about Children International: www.children.org