Lavin’s way to meat sector achievement started in 1970 when he orchestrated financing for Otto & Sons, the antecedent organization of OSI Industries, LLC. Presently, Lavin fills in as the chief executive officer chairman of OSI Group, LLC, and also serves as the president at OSI International Foods Ltd.
From 1970, the time when Lavin helped in funding Otto & Sons, which inevitably developed into OSI Group, the fruitful food official has attained extensive industry skill and utilized it to become the guru he is today. With the leadership and vision of Lavin, OSI Group has quickly extended from a local food processing business to a global blueprint for enterprise success. For youthful business visionaries, he’s been a case of serving and leading.
To perceive the noteworthy steps that Lavin has made in the business, which have pushed OSI Group onto the universal scene and added to colossal employment development over the world, India’s Vision World Academy gave him a Global Visionary Award in 2016. Only one year before, that RSM US LLP honored Lavin by giving him the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award due to this unrivaled dedication to service together with the entire Chicago business community.
Lavin has expressed different circumstances that he is honored and humbled by such acknowledgment, stressing that he’s pleased with the work has accomplished including individuals who have assisted him to develop OSI Group to become the world processing powerhouse it is today. To date, the company has great overall welfare and has various workers ensuring the workers who do work under Lavin’s administration also reap from their good work and commitment. OSI Group employees term Lavin as the best boss any worker can come across. Despite the fact that Lavin’s has words of wisdom for coming generations, the magnate does not plan to resign or back off at any point in the near future.
As the founder and managing partner of JMH Development, Jason Halpern brings together the collective wisdom of three generations of real estate developers. The Halpern family has over fifty years of experience in the New York City and Westchester County residential and commercial markets. Halpern specializes in developing in historic areas in a socially responsible manner. He believes that first and foremost is establishing a good relation with the community and understanding their concerns about your project. Halpern’s goal is to create a win-win situation that makes good business sense but that also protects the heritage of that community.
Jason Halpern is extremely familiar with South Beach, Miami, real estate. South Beach is a historically significant neighborhood with Art Deco architecture dating from the 1930s, and the neighborhood’s residents tend to be skeptical of redevelopment. Halpern and JMH are spearheading the adaptation of Motel Ankara, a historic hotel in the post-war Miami Moderno (MIMO) style. The project, branded Aloft South Beach, will include a new eight-story tower. The state of the art luxury hotel will be a property of Starwood Hotels.
JMH has completed a number of adaptive reuse projects in gentrifying areas such as Williamsburg, Brooklyn. One development, 184 Kent Avenue, was awarded the 2011 Building Brooklyn Award for adaptive reuse properties. In addition, the company is currently working on The Townhouses of Cobble Hill, a small collection of upscale townhouses in Cobble Hill, home of one of the city’s most stunning historic residential architecture in the Cobble Hill Historic District.
In the recent past, numerous Hollywood celebrities have expressed their desire to join the Jewish Kabbalah belief. Some of those who already practiced it include Madonna, the late Elizabeth Taylor, Britney Spears, the late Sammy Davis, Paris Hilton, and others. According to Madonna, she joined Kabbalah in order to help other people. That means she had to spread the Kabbalah message the world over. Before she died, Elizabeth Taylor explained that her interest of practicing Kabbalah led to her conversion to Judaism religion and also being a pro-Israel advocate.
Another celebrity, the late Sammy Davis was quoted by Time Magazine saying that he joined Kabbalah in order to be part of the earliest religion on earth. He added that it was through hundreds of years of oppression that made Jews to be strong and he wanted to input his strength through Kabbalah. Sammy Davis further added that Judaism is believed to offer spiritual peace and honesty as compared to other beliefs and what Kabbalah knows.
About Kabbalah Center
Kabbalah Center is a not-for-profit institution based in Los Angeles, CA. It offers Zohar and Kabbalistic lessons to its members at regional-based centers or through online platforms. The Kabbalah center was created by Philip Berg and his spouse Karen Berg. The center has ethnic diversity of teachers taking students through kabbalistic study and training. The traditional belief of Kabbalah was complex and misunderstood that only male students over 40 years were allowed learn it. However, according to the late Rabbi Philip Berg, Kabbalah was simplified in order to give biblical figures.
History of Kabbalah Center
Rav Berg founded the first National Research Institute of Kabbalah in 1965. However, the first step towards creating a center to teach Kabbalah studies in the United States began in 1984 in New York. Later, the Los Angeles Kabbalah Center was established. Today, the Kabbalah Center has more than 50 offices across the world, including some in major cities like London, Toronto, NY, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Johannesburg. The study of Kabbalah is believed to bring love and peace in chaotic situations. The Kabbalah Center has both Jews and non-Jews members, including chevre and staff.
My job as a crime scene investigator changes from day-to-day. While some days we are trying to preserve evidence, other times we are trying to piece together things so we can come up with a profile for a dangerous suspect on the loose. This month, my team was asked to come up with evidence that would lead us to a string of burglaries that had a local town on edge. This suspect was not only robbing the homes, he was doing it in the middle of the day while families were home.
The last incident involved a mother and her three children who were home watching television when the suspect broke in and terrorized them. It seemed each case was getting more violent, and if we didn’t locate this suspect soon, we feared someone was going to pay with their life. With no leads as far as informants, we had to take our efforts to the place where criminals like to talk and brag about their crimes.
At the local prison, officers aren’t welcome into that inner circle. As soon as we began poking around about our suspect, the inmates wanted nothing to do with us. Know this prison utilizes the inmate call monitoring system made by Securus Technologies, we knew it was only a matter of time before they talked. These inmates wait until they think we are gone, then run to the phones and we hear all sorts of chatter concerning our suspect.
One call an inmate made to his friend was quite revealing. He told his friend that when a certain person shows up to sell anything, tell him the fugitive task force was at the jail poking around about him. Without any name, we did some surveillance on this friend, and was able to put a face to the crimes and arrest the suspect when he showed that night.
In the world of online dating, woman face a growing problem of trolling. Acts of trolling include inappropriate comments and unsolicited pictures. Reported by Fast Company in 2013, 42% of women using online dating apps felt “harassed or uncomfortable.” Over time acts of trolling from men discourage woman from using dating apps. The Bumble app created by Whitney Wolfe is looking to change the way women use dating apps by eliminating trolling from men.
With a passion for preventing further harassment of women through online dating, Whitney Wolfe’s Bumble app gives women the control of selecting a future romantic interest. The Bumble app works by simple tapping on a profile photo. Recognizing a connection when both people liked each other’s profile photo, the Bumble app allows only women to make the first contact for both parties. Since its creation, Bumble app has over 7 million users with an unheard-of accomplishment of having an even number of men and women profiles.
While the success of the Bumble app continues to grow, Whitney Wolfe plans to expand upon the dating app by creating a friend-finder version called Bumble BFF. A app where individuals can make platonic connections. A professional app is also being created called Bumble Biz. While the app focuses around the Austin, Texas area, Whitney Wolfe is creating “social hives” in which men and women can meet in safe places. Another feature of the Bumble app is that it’s open to members of the LGBTQ community as well.
Whitney Wolfe is the creator and CEO of Bumble, as well as the co-founder of the Tinder dating app. Launching the Bumble app in 2014, the dating app now has over 11.5 million users with a net worth of $500 million. Since founding Bumble Wolfe has been named one of the 30 Most Important Women Under 30 in Tech by Business Insider in 2014. By 2016, Wolfe was named one of Elle’s Women in Tech and Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2017.
As an entrepreneur, Whitney Wolfe attended Southern Methodist University majoring in International Studies. Her career began by starting her own business at 19 years old by selling bamboo totes to help areas affected by the BP oil spill. Whitney Wolfe also launched the non-profit organization “Help Us Project.” By 22 years old, Wolfe became involved with the startup project through Hatch Labs called Cardify. While the project Cardify was later terminated, she joined forces with Sean Rad, Chris Gulczynski and Justin Mateen to create Tinder. In charge of marketing for the Tinder dating app, Whitney Wolfe is credited with expanding the apps popularity among college campuses.