Candy Sugarman / Visions Anew InstituteÂ Â Â
Candy Sugarman, the Executive Director of Visions Anew Institute brings a wealth of personal experience and professional training to the organization. She is on track to take this 15 year old Atlanta organization to become a national organization in 5 years. Candy has a passion for helping hurting people, the statistics of first time marriages ending in divorce is 50%. That means that half of the married population will face the pain and stress of dismantling their lives. These are hurting men, women and children who need support and guidance.
Visions Anew Institute is here to help these hurting people navigate this painful time in their lives, and help them to move on in productive, healthy ways.
James Pews / The Startup StoreÂ Â Â
James â€œJamieâ€ Pews has a CPA background at Deloitte as well as corporate CFO experience. He is Founder & CEO of The Startup Store, an Atlanta-based firm that helps both startups get off the ground as well as established businesses ramp up to a higher level.
Their team of specialists provide discounted LLC Formation, Social Media Audits, Marketing Plans & Websites, QuickBooks, Payroll & Tax Return Preparation. They recently expanded into FL and now also offer CFO, HR and IT consulting services.
Jane Goldner, PhD / The Goldner GroupÂ Â Â
Dr. Jane Goldner is a 3-time author, national speaker and leadership coach with a focus on helping emerging and women leaders and their companies.
Janeâ€™s first book, Driven to Success: A 10-Point Checkup for Achieving High Performance in Business, is a guide for leaders to get everyone focused on achieving corporate objectives. Her newest books, Women Driven to Success: You Can Have It YOUR All and her chapter in Roadmap to Success with Deepak Chopra & Ken Blanchard, provide women the understanding of how to integrate multiple roles without sacrificing their health, success, or peace of mind in order to lead with purpose, power, and passion. What Jane has discovered is that men are following her on Twitter and responding to her blogs. Her book is as relevant for men as it is for women.
She is an adjunct professor at the Coles School of Business Kennesaw State University.