Mr.Morgan founded Intercultural Insights in 1994 to provide the highest quality training and consulting to enhance intercultural competencies – the ability to perform confidently and effectively overseas, or with foreign nationals in the United States.
Phil Black went to Yale University where he starred on the basketball team. Upon graduation he joined the firm Goldman Sachs. Deciding that was not for him, he enlisted in the Navy and became a Navy Seal. In 2000, he returned to civilian life and attended and graduated from Harvard Business School. He then returned to Goldman Sachs. Once again, he found the investment world unfullfilling so he packed his family and headed for San Diego where he joined the fire department. Mr. Black is still with the SDFD and also runs the company he founded, FitDeck, Inc. www.fitdeck.com
Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon was a partner with McKinsey and Company before forming Tandon Capital Associates, Inc., a financial advisory and investment firm. She shares her management and financial skills with students as a member of the Board of Overseers of New York University’s Stern School of Business and the President’s Council of International Activities at Yale University. Ms. Tandon will be giving a benefit concert for the Maharishi Vedic Pundits, Sunday, November 6, 7:45pm at the Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts.
Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Kopser of the U.S. Army is the head of ROTC at the University of Texas at Austin. Lieutenant Kopser is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Executive director of the documentary, The Ground Truth.
Meredith Leighton is a dietician working for Fresenius Medical Care of North America. Ms. Leighton discusses nutrition and health. She focuses specifically on kidney health as March is National Kidney Health Month.
Meital Dohan is an Israeli actress, who is perhaps best known in the U.S. for her recurring role in season 2 of Weeds. Meital was born in raised in a small village in central Israel. She began studying acting at thirteen, and later joined Nissan Nativ – a highly prestigious acting school regarded as being the best in Israel. Ms. Dohan is currently involved in several film projects and hosts a radio show, Loud Miracles, broadcast on the Women’s Radio Network.
Don Hansen is a pioneer of American surfing. He is celebrating his 50th year of owning and operating Hansen’s Surfboards, one of the world’s top surf shops located in Encinitas, one of the epicenters, in the world of surfing.
Dr. David Goodman is a professor of management at Maharishi University of Management. He also heads up the company Pro Business Plans which consults with start up companies.