D CEO August 2021
A New Era of Corporate Citizenship
Writing a check is no longer enough when it comes to the role North Texas businesses play in supporting nonprofits. (Plus, winners revealed.)
How Brad Alberts Is Making Dallas a Hockey Town
His first job with the team was selling tickets over the phone, a gig that earned him about $12,000 a year. Today, he’s president and CEO.
By Peter Simek
Meet the Determined Self-Starters Honored in EY’s 2021 Entrepreneur of the Year Program
The winners will be unveiled Aug. 4 at a virtual event.
How Satish Malhotra Is Reorganizing The Container Store
The retailer’s new chief executive took over in February after 21 years with Sephora.
Meet the Dallas 500: Clearsight Advisors’ Gretchen Frary Seay
Did you know the veteran investment banker used to work for the Russian consulate?
By D CEO
Jonathan Buchanan is on a Mission to Help Amateur Golfers Play Like Pros
After launching City Golf at The Crescent in Uptown, the DFW native is looking to expand.
Park Board Chief Calvert Collins-Bratton and Dallas’ Evolving Green Space
The Methodist Health System Foundation exec aims to tailor parks for those who use them most.
Falcon Events CEO Bill Mott Timed the Virtual Production Market Just Right
The company outgrew its office space four times in two years.
What Roomba Did for Vacuums, Robin Autopilot USA is Doing for Lawn Care
The company recently moved its headquarters to McKinney with the hope of taking a larger bite of the $105 billion lawn services market.
Labor Demand Is Fierce. Why Isn’t Texas Creating More Jobs?
Texas has long been resistant to national downward trends, but the pandemic is proving difficult to overcome.
Dallas Business Leaders Share Their Toughest Challenges
From overcoming stereotypes to bouncing back from being fired, leaders with Fidelity, Griffith Davison, and Robin Pou Inc. share their stories of resiliency.
A COVID-19 Conundrum: Vaccine Policies
As employees return to the office, benefits expert Den Bishop offers tips for decision-makers as they grapple with complex issues.
By Den Bishop
Michelle Nussbaumer’s Look Can Range From a Mexican Serape to Valentino
The renowned interior designer describes her style as “exuberant and probably a little eccentric.”
How Vizient CEO Byron Jobe Almost Died in an Avalanche
The healthcare data analytics company executive recounts how he was nearly buried alive.
Seven Books Dallas Executives Consider Must Reads
From leadership tactics to historical backtracks, leaders from the entertainment industry to healthcare are digging into a plethora of curious topics.
An Arizona Getaway With Hiking Pro Beth Lambert
Heal your body, mind, and soul in Scottsdale and Sedona—a favorite escape for the Cushman & Wakefield executive.
Steve Miff’s Journey From Domino’s Pizza Chef to Healthcare CEO
The Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation leader shares his journey escaping communist Romania and making a life in the United States.
Early Influencer: Texas’ Original Farming Guru Colonel Henry Exall
He was once referred to as ““one of the greatest—if not the greatest—teacher of practical agriculture this country has ever known.”
D CEO August 2021 Digital Edition
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By D CEO
Feeling Exhausted? You’re Not Alone.
D CEO Editor Christine Perez says the collective burnout we’re all feeling is especially challenging for leaders, who are expected to motivate and inspire.