Alison Cardy is a career truth-teller who believes in living a life that actually feels like your own. She and her team have helped nearly 200 professionals find a great career fit through her proven CLARITY process. She is the author of the bestselling Career Grease: How to Get Unstuck and Pivot Your Career. Her work has been featured on Fast Company, Forbes, The Washington Post, and The Muse. She is a frequent speaker at universities and alumni groups including Harvard, MIT, Georgetown, and her alma mater, The University of Maryland. She leads an international team of 6 career coaches and runs a 6 figure business.
Patent laws, copyright questions, and trademarks can be confusing. Who do you trust to help you wade through the information and understand the complexity of it all? Vincent (Vin) LoTempio, a Registered Patent Attorney in the firm of Kloss, Stenger and LoTempio, helps clients untangle the web of Intellectual Property (IP) Law.
As a registered patent attorney, LoTempio works with high-end corporate clients and inventors with a new idea that have never marketed, manufactured a product, and everyone in-between. He writes patent applications, counsels on branding trademarks, and has the ability to litigate infringement cases.
As a Corporate IP Consultant and Lecturer, he trains inventors and
corporate employees to identify intellectual property.
As an Inventor Consultant, Vin can analyze new inventions to determine feasibility of patentability and commercialization.
Vin LoTempio appeared on History Channel’s “Million Dollar Genius” as
the attorney for Wayne Fromm, inventor of the “Selfie Stick”.
Vin also co-wrote “Patent Fundamentals for Scientists and Engineers,”
which takes the reader from an idea’s conception through the steps of
Tanya Conner-Green has been coaching female entrepreneurs who are struggling to make money in their business since 2015. As a former corporate ‘prisoner’ who was often referred to as ‘the little pitbull’ in the insurance firm where she worked, Tanya is keenly aware of how important it is for her clients to succeed in their business and not go back to a soul-sucking 9-5 job. She has a unique approach to her business coaching because of her strong focus on human connection and vulnerability. Tanya focuses on helping women move beyond the fears and self-doubts that keep them hidden behind their computer screens so that they can get visible, get vulnerable, and stand out from the crowd online in order to make 6-figures+ in their online business.
Sue Monhait, also known as the Gift Biz Gal, has been consulting with retail and online businesses for over 25 years. Additionally, she has started two multi 6-figure companies of her own. Today, The Ribbon Print Company is the major sponsor of her Gift Biz Unwrapped Podcast. Sue has been identified as an industry trendsetter and now focuses on the “gifting, baking, crafting and making” spaces. She’s a leader in helping entrepreneurs set up their business to become a profitable and sustainable entity. Pulling from her vast experience, Sue now guides people who have a hobby or creative passion that they want to turn into a business. As an extension, she works with existing business owners who have gotten stuck or are looking for that one thing that’s needed for them to gain traction and move ahead.
Sarah Argenal is the Founder & CEO of the Working Parent Resource.
Her goal is to help burned-out professional moms and dads live more deliberate lives so they can experience more meaning, joy, and fulfillment.
After 20 years of working with individuals, couples, professionals, and parents in all different ways, She's discovered a few different things about the reality of working parenthood in modern society:
1 | Working parents who struggle with overwhelm and burnout have one thing in common: They aren’t making conscious choices about how they spend their time.
2 | Working Parents are also searching for a quick fix to minimize their current suffering.
3 | Working parents know they can’t keep living this way, but they don’t think they have enough time to do anything differently I’ve actually heard this phrase: “I don’t have enough time to find enough time.”
She works best with ambitious professional moms and dads who are struggling with burnout and don’t know where else to turn.
We live in a different kind of world right now where excessive consumption, distraction, mindless activity and CONSTANT DOING is leading to unhappiness, stress, and anxiety. You’re in the right place if this resonates with you at all.
Dave Peniuk was born to entertain. At the age of 12, he and a friend started taping their own rock n roll radio station, singing to the songs and commenting on the daily grind of elementary school. From there, Dave grabbed his friend's Betamax video camera and started shooting spoof commercials like Toothpaste X - "The Foamiest" and Cleaning Detergent Y - "Leaves Shirts Spotless and just a bit smaller". Dave quickly moved onto short films where he wrote, directed, edited and co-starred in such favorites as "008 - Silverfinger" and "Nightmare on Beach Drive". But then real life took over and Dave became a commercial fisherman (aka "The Deadliest Catch"), a market researcher (yes, part of those annoying telemarketer calls), and then real estate. At the ripe age of 40, Dave realized that nothing else speaks to his soul like acting and entered back into the world of entertainment starting out learning the craft from Jacqui Kaese at Spotlight Academy. He is now a full-time actor and producer, acting in award-winning web-series like "Night Owl High" or the soon to be released hilarious feature film spoof of Friday the 13th - "Camp Death III: The Final Summer". He was recently on Jenna Elfman's new show, "Imaginary Mary" as well as on the CBC award-winning intense spy-thriller "The Romeo Section". When not acting or auditioning, he can be found in Acting classes with Margie Haber, Diane Charles, Stuart Aikins, and Jeb Beach & Associates, or learning the funny at The Groundlings theater and school.