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Past Speakers for March-April 2005

MAR 9 Michael Wilson
Food & Beverage Director - Park Springs Retirement Community
Michael is responsible for managing the overall food and beverage operation of the Park Springs Retirement Community.  Michael comes from the hotel industry where he has worked for hotels such as the Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta, and the Crowne Plaza Atlanta, Buckhead.  He has also opened the Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C., and the Renaissance Chicago Hotel.  Michael is a Chicago native who is also a Certified Meeting Planner.  After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, Michael played in the NFL and CFL for the Cleveland Browns and Toronto Argonauts.  He also was a Certified Contract Advisor with the NFLPA. 

MAR 16 Phillip Woody
Senior Business Development Mgr - Oracle Corporation
Phillip is currently developing programs to recruit new Oracle partners/resellers.  Oracle was the first software company to develop and deploy 100% internet-enabled enterprise software across its entire product line:  database, business applications, and application development and decision support tools.  Oracle is the world's leading supplier of software for information management, and the world's second largest independent software company.

MAR 23 Larry Shrader
President - Five Star Properties, Inc.
Five Star Properties is a company which owns and operates mobile home parks and other income producing residential property in the Atlanta area.  Larry is also an active realtor with RE/MAX Northeast and was formerly in management for JC Penney for ten years.  He came into a new knowledge of how God can use businessmen in the work place when he was invited to a meeting by his wife, Deborah, shortly after they met.  Larry and Deborah have four children and make their home in Lilburn, Georgia.

MAR 30 Matt Kehoe
Founder - SIPAD Systems, Inc.
Matt began his career in electronics in 1981 as one of the original employees at Proto Systems of Atlanta.  In 1987, he founded Miltec Electronics where he designed and managed a network of paperless purchasing systems for printed circuit boards called BearWare.  Numerous national and international speaking engagements and workshops resulted in his introduction in 1990 to the SIPAD solid solder deposit process invented by Siemens in Munich, Germany.  Matt secured the sales and marketing rights for SIPAD solid solder deposit technology in the U.S., designing and managing the first solid solder deposit facility in the U.S. from 1997 through 2001.  In 2001, Matt founded SIPAD Systems which is the first and only facility of its kind in the world exclusively offering SIPAD coating services to OEM's, CEM's and printed circuit manufacturers.

APR 13 Hayes Martin
Broker/Owner - Hayes Martin Realty Company
Hayes Martin Realty Company specializes in residential, commercial and income properties as well as land.  Hayes has been licensed in real estate since 1968 and formed his own company in 1973.  Prior to having his own realty company, he was a commercial site locator for Hudson Oil Company, an appraiser for Dekalb County and a managing broker for a large FMLS company.  Hayes has also served as a Director on the Dekalb Real Estate Board of Realtors and past President of Dogwood Toastmaster Club which under his direction became the third best ranked club in the state.

APR 20 A. Michael Gallo, DC
Michael has a Doctorate in Chiropractic medicine and has centered post graduate studies in kinesiology.  He has practiced emotional and nutritional methods with Rhett Bergeron at the Immunolife Integrated Medical Clinic in Stockbridge; Bariatric counseling with Dr. Darryl Gross at Medical Weight Loss and Family Practice in Conyers; and rehabilitation and pain management with Leo Reyes at Macro Medical in Jonesboro.  Michael is now in private practice specializing in applied, behavioral, and clinical kinesiology.

APR 27 Dr. Rhett Bergeron, MD
Atlanta Center for Health & Regeneration
After graduation from medical school, Dr. Bergeron completed a combined internship in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine and then a Family Medicine residency.  He began to apply nutritional therapies to patients with success, but also realized the complexity of many of the more advanced disease conditions.  This led to the study of metabolic and immunological medicine.  In 1996, he joined an immunology research lab studying the immune system in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Fibromyalgia and Cancer and the response to cancer vaccines and various immune therapies.   His current practice integrates nutritional, metabolic, biological, and immune therapies with conventional medicine in the treatment of chronic diseases, with emphasis on identification of underlying causes of disease, patient education and responsibility.