D CEO’s 96-page November 2021 edition is now available online. Read about the finalists in D CEO’s Energy Awards shaping a new era of interdisciplinary collaboration between renewable and fossil-fuel executives, follow Scott Sheffield’s journey to putting Pioneer Natural Resources at the top of Permian Basin producers, and learn how Gerald Alley has built Con-Real into Texas’ largest Black-owned construction and real estate company.
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You’ll also find:
- Mimi Crume Sterling, the former Neiman Marcus executive, taking the lead at domestic violence-focused nonprofit, The Family Place.
- Photo recaps of Communities Foundation of Texas’ Cause-Minded Conversation event and The Real Estate Council’s inaugural Young Guns: A Night on the Levee.
- Leatherology, a company making luxury leather products at the intersection of quality and cost-conscious.
- An On the Table interview with Denice Johnson, the Hyphen executive who specializes in celebrity relocations.
- A look at Sneaker Politics, the Deep Ellum shoe and apparel chain growing profits by more than 30 percent year over year.
- Kenneth Braddock, the Rosewood Ranches leader perfecting Texas Wagyu at the Hunt Family’s ranches South of Dallas.
- The best advice that Rob Davis of Critical Start, Amy M. Stewart of Stewart Law Group, and W. Joe Demiero of Hawkeye have ever received.
- Southern Methodist University’s Eva Szalkai Csaky advises on unlocking economic gains through smart energy use.
- A look at how the Special Purpose Acquisition Company boom of the past year is leveling out in North Texas and beyond.
- Executives off duty: 1820 Productions leader Sara Madsen Miller’s go-to style looks, top executives’ book picks, where local leaders would choose to have dinner in DFW, and a West Indies getaway in Nevis with Site Selection CEO King R. White.
- Toyota Motor North America and Toyota Connected Senior Counsel Wande Elam on living through a Nigerian dictatorship and her journey to the States for university.
- The story of how Ela Hockaday became Dallas’ first headmistress.
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