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Now Available: D CEO’s August Digital Issue

The issue features the 2022 Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Award winners, Vinli CEO Mark Haidar's real life immigration tale, a look at the recovery of the travel industry in North Texas, and more.
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D CEO’s 100-page August 2022 edition is now available online. Read about Vinli CEO Mark Haidar’s real-life journey from Lebanon; how some next generation nonprofit leaders are incorporating corporate strategies to reshape the sector; and the latest on the recovery of the travel industry and its North Texas players.

You’ll also find:

  • A celebration of the 126 Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards finalists of 2022.
  • Dan Hunt, the FCC Dallas CEO leading the charge for DFW’s bid to become a central part of the FIFA World Cup in 2026.
  • Outside, Texas, a Lower Greenville shop creating community through outdoor education and gear.
  • Tina Young, the MarketWave leader explains it’s no longer enough to work on external marketing only; Companies must focus on internal branding, too.
  • A look at the floral artistry of The Botanical Mix, the company behind arrangements at Four Seasons in Irving, The Thompson Dallas, and more.
  • Island, an enterprise browser company making what it believes to be the next iteration of the Internet.
  • A look at how several healthcare players are contributing to rising prices.
  • Leadership advice from Deloitte’s Jason Downing.
  • Chris Crosby of Compass Data Centers, Sue Ansel of Gables Residential, and Shridhar Mittal of Zimperium on their best business advice.
  • Charter Medical Center’s Kim Olusanya on her style inspiration and go-to looks.
  • North Texas executives’ must reads
  • How Northwestern mutual leader Tait Cruse uses his battle with cancer, and the loss of his son, as inspiration to give back.
  • Krista Nightengale of Better Block, Bob Pryor of NTT Data, and Ted Ogawa of Toyota Motor North America share their favorite dishes from DFW restaurants.
  • A wellness retreat at real estate leader Bill Cawley’s destination of choice—Hawaii.
  • Hilti executive Jahida Nadi’s birth story that took place during Soviet conflict in the Middle East.

Read these stories and more here.

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Kelsey J. Vanderschoot came to Dallas by way of Napa, Los Angeles, and Madrid, Spain. A former teacher, she joined…

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