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Past Speakers for January-February 2011

JAN 05 Open Mic 
Testimonies by luncheon attendees.

JAN 12 Cancelled Due to Snow

JAN 19 John Krauss,
President of Service First HVAC, Inc.
After spending 10 years in the Air Force, John moved back to Atlanta in 1992 with a degree in electronics. After spending a few years working for Computer Peripheral Systems, he found himself in the heating and air conditioning industry. In 1997 John founded Service First HVAC, Inc. which specializes in the restoration of fire and water damage properties, but also services residential and commercial properties. Our company motto is; "It never costs too much to do the right thing". Currently John and his wife Christina are looking forward to leaving the corporate world in 2013 to serve as Missionaries with The Mission Society in a Muslim nation that cannot be disclosed due to security concerns.

JAN 26 Joseph Clark,
Director of SAP Business Applications -
ECompanyStore/Instawares Holdings.
Joe first lived in Atlanta working at various companies for Arthur Andersen & Co. in the Management Information Consulting Division during the late 1980's. In the early 1990's Joe had a short stint as an International Technical Sales Engineer covering Asia and South America in the cryogenic container industry. He has been an SAP consultant since 1994, mostly as an independent specializing in the pharmaceutical industry in New Jersey. Coming back to Atlanta in 2005, he joined ECompanyStore in Alpharetta and is currently working to implement SAP ECC6 in other Instawares Holdings subsidiaries. He attended the University of South Alabama for a BS in Chemical Engineering and the University of Alabama for an MBA.

FEB 02 Jerry Molnar,
Owner of Molnar Associates, and 9/11 Survivor.
Molnar Associates is an employment placement firm in New York City. Jerry began his career on Wall Street over 30 years ago with one dress shirt and a dream. It was the combination of business sense and street smarts that led Jerry "up the corporate ladder", and in 1973 he became a partner of three lucrative employment agencies within the Manhattan financial district. In 1983, Jerry hit financial, emotional and spiritual rock bottom. He then turned his life including his business practices over to God and began following Biblical principles. After this significant change in his life, he went out on his own and became sole owner of Jerry Molnar Personnel and located his offices on the 79th floor of the World Trade Center. In July, 2001, while attending a conference in Atlanta, Jerry's wife, Camy became suddenly ill. Camy did not return to her earthly home in New Jersey, but went to her heavenly home. Within a few short months after his wife's death, Jerry experienced another tragedy. On September 11, he lost over 15 friends and associates as a result of the World Trade Center attacks.

FEB 09 Andy Tymchuk

Previously, Andy was with Morgan Keegan and Merrill Lynch where he was also a financial advisor. He has been in the investment advisory business for over 15 years and graduated with honors from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1990 and was also a visiting under-graduate student at Harvard University. Andy also spent time in Warsaw, Poland, where he worked on the Mass Privatization Project which helped move Poland from a communist based economy toward a more market based economy.

FEB 16
Eric Tymchuk,
Account Executive, IKON Office Solutions,

a subsidiary of Ricoh Corporation, which is a leading manufacturer of office equipment and partners with organizations looking to implement document management strategies related to their hardware and software requirements. Upon graduation from the University of Georgia, Eric began his career at IBM where he served in a finance capacity for ten years. Since he enjoyed the real estate business (having rental properties of his own), he eventually went into the mortgage lending business as a loan officer for Homebanc Mortgage Corporation and SunTrust. It was when the real estate market collapsed a few years ago that Eric began his current career with IKON.

FEB 23
Kevin George,
Founder and Managing Partner, Progility Partners,
a management and technology consulting firm that helps companies drive profitable growth by successfully refining and executing business strategies. Kevin is a customer-focused, senior operating executive with over 20 years of experience and a proven track record of leading companies through periods of rapid growth, business transformations and turnarounds. Kevin has worked with leading technology-centric firms including Lexis/Nexis, ON Technology, Manhattan Associates, Silverpop, and ClickSquared and has consulted with companies such as Turner Broadcasting, CNN, Sparkfly and Renovo Data. He holds a Bachelor's degree from Antioch University's McGregor School of Management.

MAR 02 Open Mic
Testimonies by luncheon attendees.