Marketing Principles" Seminar
13-17 September 2004
Pictured from Left to
Lewis Singletary is
founder and president of Journeyman Holdings Corporation, an
Atlanta-based company which has specialized in developing commercial
properties such as hotels and office buildings since 1993. Prior to
forming the company he worked in the retail gasoline and grocery
business, and in professional fund raising. Mr. Singletary holds a
bachelorís degree in economics from Vanderbilt University. He is married
and has two sons.
Steven V. Hines began his career in IT at IBM while completing
his B.S. in Economics at Vanderbilt University. He learned about
computer sales and support before entering the insurance industry as a
systems analyst. He spent six years at International Netherlands Group
(ING) developing mainframe based financial applications. After earning
his MBA in Finance at Duke University, Steve entered the management
consulting field focusing on Human Resources and Organizational
Development. He rose to the position of Manager at Ernst and Young
before starting his own consulting firm targeting health care
organizations. His clients included Baylor University (TX) Medical
Center; Brookhaven (NY) Memorial Hospital; and Our Lady of Lourdes (NJ)
Medical Center. He and his wife of 10 years have three children.
Ron C. Bailey has been employed in healthcare management for 23
years. Healthcare business management has included work within large
integrated hospital organizations as well as entrepreneurial management
and growth of small start-up organizations.
Tyler F. Long began selling magazines door to door in high
school. Later, during summers, while completing his B.S. in Economics at
Davidson College, Tyler sold books door to door for Southwestern Book
Publishers. After graduating, he joined Xerox Corporation and was a top
producer in various sales positions for 8 years. He was recruited to
join Ikon Office Solutions, where he continued to perform in the top 1%
in sales overall and developed national sales and marketing programs.
Tyler attended the University of South Carolina MBA school and began
development of several business ventures, which continue to flourish.
Recently, Tyler founded and serves as President of First-Trans Payment
Solutions, an electronic payments processing company. Tylerís passion is
in helping individuals develop financial independence. He and his wife
of 14 years together have two children.
Grant Geigler is Director of Sales for Nucletron, a global
radiation therapy company based in Veenendaal Netherlands. Nucletron
provides radiation sources, robotic delivery systems and information
software to fight cancer. Previously, as National Sales Manager, he
helped grow Marquette Medical Systems from a small privately held
cardiac imaging company to a market leader, which was sold to General
Electric. Grant holds a BBA in Business Administration from the
University of Wisconsin. He is married to Nancy Geigler for 23 years.
They adopted Grace and Sam four years ago at 12 and 13 years of age from
the Krasnodar region of Russia.
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