D CEO’s 100-page September 2021 edition is now available online. Read about strategies DFW leaders are using to create progress in diversity, equity, and inclusion; how Jim Stevens helped Fletcher’s Corny Dog fans get their fix when the State Fair was canceled; and why H-E-B is the latest disruption to hit DFW’s grocery retail market.
The issue also includes our Healthcare Annual, which features health system CEOs on COVID-19’s lasting impact, a primary care physician roundtable, why the hospital of tomorrow is closer than you think, and more.
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You’ll also find:
- Ashley Buchanan, The Michaels Cos. CEO, who is leveraging new technology to take the arts and crafts brand into the future.
- Rose Gold Rosé, a Dallas-based wine label bringing the taste of Provence, France to Texas.
- Lola Lott, the leader of production company CharlieUniformTango, whose clients include Samsung, McDonald’s, and Amazon.
- An On the Table interview with Benjamin Vann, the Impact Ventures leader who is growing his nonprofit and accelerator fund to support women and BIPOC entrepreneurs.
- A look at Shokworks, the Dallas-based app company activating the second screens of sports fans globally.
- The elements of the future about which Nancy Brown of American Heart Association, Byron Sanders of Big Thought, and Debra Brennan Tagg of Brennan Financial Services have are excited.
- President and managing director of Bank of America Jennifer Chandler advises on ways to close the gender wealth gap.
- How Howdy Homemade Ice Cream leader Tom Landis is providing jobs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
- A look at whst’s next for DFW’s grocery retail market.
- Executives off duty: The Rainier Cos. CEO Danny Lovell on his amateur golf career, Medina USA executive Tammy Meinershagen’s go-to style looks, and a luxurious, natural getaway in Puerto Rico with technology executive Evelyn Torres Gomez.
- President of financial services at Capital One Sanjiv Yajnik on his immigration journey, traveling back to India now with his own family to work in Mother Teresa’s orphanage.
- A look into the healthcare designs and technologies creating the hospital of tomorrow.
- Insights into how COVID-19 has forever impacted DFW from health system CEOs.
- A roundtable discussion on the evolution of primary care in North Texas.
- The story of how Dallasite Adelfa Botello Callejo championed rights for Hispanic students in education during the 1900s.
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Kelsey J. Vanderschoot came to Dallas by way of Napa, Los Angeles, and Madrid, Spain. A former teacher, she joined…