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I recently celebrated my 10th anniversary as a St. Louisan. In 2008, when I moved to St. Louis, Bill Shaner, then president and CEO of Save-A-Lot Food Stores, could have easily said, “I got you here, now you go figure it out!” Instead, he was intentional about ensuring my success in the comp…
It is time to dig in and do the hard work.
Kevin L. Buie Sr. has the long title of department leader of U.S. and Canada receipts and Canada disbursements, along with outgoing funds in Canada, at Edward Jones, a financial services firm based in St. Louis with nearly seven million clients and $1 trillion in assets under management worldwide.
As vice president of Division Operations for Ameren Missouri, Patrick E. Smith Sr. leads strategy execution for customer operations and directs those responsible for design, construction and maintenance of Ameren’s electric energy distribution systems. How he made this career connection is i…
Jeanetta Hawkins has decorated nearly 4,000 events in her 30 years of running her event decorating and planning business called Personal Touches by Jeanetta, Inc.
On Wednesday, October 24, Vanessa Cooksey was in New York for the annual fundraising gala for SIFMA Foundation for Investor Education, where she is a board member.
A department leader in a financial services firm, director of Talent and Inclusion at a food ingredient supplier, and vice president at a utility company will be recognizes as Salute to Excellence in Business awardees at the St. Louis American Foundation’s Salute to Excellence in Business Aw…
On a Monday morning, Maryville University junior Jordan Davis was monitoring a wall-size, digital map of the world – and it looked like he was watching the next world war unfold. Attack lines were flying across the screen every second.
Paula Neely had not been sleeping at night. She was too afraid that someone was going to shoot up her house to kill her only son. Then, she heard a radio advertisement about Better Family Life’s centers that de-escalate gun conflicts.