D CEO’s 76-page October 2021 edition is now available online. Take an inside look at how DFW is quietly giving major beauty industry players such as New York and Los Angeles a run for their money, learn how many of college football’s game balls are made at Big Game USA in Farmer’s Branch, and see how corporate counsels’ personal experiences have shaped their career in a feature revealing our Corporate Counsel Award winners.
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You’ll also find:
- Buried Alive Project leader Brittany Barnett, the lawyer, and author dedicating herself to securing freedom for those facing harsh sentencing in drug cases.
- Photo recaps of D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards event.
- Chef Bobo Brands, the company behind three food brands characterized by simple ingredients.
- An On the Table interview with Michelle Frymire, the CEO of global travel management company, CWT, who has led the way through multiple crises.
- A look at Eden Green, the company is combining vertical and greenhouse farming in technology that aims to make locally grown greens more readily accessible.
- The biggest professional risks that Mattia Flabiano III of Page, Ginny Kissling of Ryan, and James Springfield of BlueCross Blue Shield of Texas have ever taken.
- A look at Hotel Otto, celebrity chef Tim Love’s riverside resort in Fort Worth made from shipping containers.
- Advertising giant Lerma’s CEO Pedro Lerma advises on taking a multicultural approach to corporate culture, products, and services.
- A look at how North Texas is on the leading edge of identifying and prosecuting healthcare fraud.
- Executives off duty: MNK Infotech’s Neha Kunte on mehndi, Dallas Contemporary’s Carolina Alvarez Mathies on her style, and a nature-filled reprieve in Aspen, Colorado with Dallas Cowboys’ Stephen Jones.
- Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann partner Andrés Correa on growing up in Chile during a dictatorship and the immigrant mindset he carries with him in the U.S.
- The story of how Victor Considérant led a socialist commune made up of some of DFW’s icons—Julien Reverchon and Benjamin Long.
Read these stories and more here.