Jeffry Schneider is the Founder of alternative investment firm Ascendant Capital, LLC. He founded the Austin, Texas-based company in 2012 in order to provide clients access to alternatives to investing outside of the traditional stocks and bonds categories. He provides his clients access to investments through hedge funds, private equity, and real estate. What he offers to clients is a group of investment assets that diversify risk and maximizes their returns.
Schneider graduated from the University of Massachusets, Amherst with a Bachelors of Science. In his professional career he has worked at Alex Brown, Merrill Lynch, and Smith Barney. In March 2002 he founded his first company, Axiom Management, and later that same year he founded Paradigm Global Advisors. He has also founded another financial services company in 2006 called Alternative Investments. At Ascendant Capital he provides his clients with a personally customized strategy as well as education on how his clients view their overall portfolios. Since founding Ascendant Capital he has grown the company into one that has almost $1 billion in assets under management and employees over 30 people.
Jeffry Schneider has volunteered for a number of nonprofits, including Wonders and Worries, the Gazelle Foundation, Cherokee Home for Children, and God Loves We Deliver. The Gazelle Foundation provides clean water solutions to impoverished people in Burundi, Africa while Wonders and Worries provides resources to children in the Austin area that have parents going through a serious illness. God Loves We Deliver provides food to those that are suffering from severe illnesses such as cancer and HIV/AIDS while Cherokee Home for Children provides children with community, educational, and church activities in order to provide a positive impact on them.
Schneider is also an athlete and has competed around the globe in marathons, half ironman competitions, and even full ironmans. His athletic competitions have taken him throughout the United States and into Asia, South America, and Europe. Full ironman competitions are a grueling affair that includes a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike race, and finishes with a 26.2-mile run.
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The universe and the majority of the world around us remain hidden from view, according to teachers at The Kabbalah Centre, one of the world’s fastest growing spiritual groups that has grown from small beginnings to become a major part of the growing interest in alternative ways of studying mysticism. Despite the fact The Kabbalah Centre is often seen as a new area of study for people around the world this form of religious teaching has been in existence for longer than all the mainstream religions we now have in the world; Kabbalah predates all religion and is said to be the starting point of all religious teachings that followed.
Almost every aspect of the teachings of The Kabbalah Centre places it in contrast to the mainstream religions we all know, particularly in the way students choose to discover the many different secrets that can be uncovered during any exploration of Kabbalah. The Kabbalah Centre teachings explain that a student who searches for meaning and fulfillment in life will often find themselves struggling to achieve their aims in spirituality; the theory employed by teachers at The Kabbalah Centre is that each student must break down their own barriers in a bid to open up their mind and body to receive the amazing gifts and information offered through the study of this form of religious scripture.
It is important for all students and teachers attending The Kabbalah Centre to be aware that any period of learning with the group is entirely self led with only guidance and advice provided by the teachers from this religious charitable group. Students are asked to create a new way of looking at life, which includes the belief that each and every aspect of our lives are joined together by a single line running through relationships, work, money, family, and every other part of the lives we lead. Students simply take the guidelines offered in the Zohar and the thoughts of their teachers in a bid to explore their own life and reevaluate the way it is lived each and every day.
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As an esteemed Professor of Oncology at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute and a member of the Department of Cell Stress Biology, Mikhail Blagosklonny engages in groundbreaking research in targeted cancer therapies and anti-aging medicines.
Specifically, Blagosklonny’s research includes biogerontology and Target of Rapamycin (TOR) signaling, key components of his anticancer and anti-aging strategies.
His research focuses on the idea that while molecular damage occurs with aging, humans don’t live long enough to die from it. According to Research Gate, an advocate of the drug rapamycin, which is a rare bacterium from Eater Island, Mikhail Blagosklonny believes the drug is not only a cancer treatment; it is a potential fountain of youth that may postpone certain aging-related diseases and delay the effects of normal aging by putting cells into a stress-resistant mode.
While Mikhail Blagosklonny’s findings mirror that of other researchers, he has gone a step further, taking the drug himself to prove that there are no side effects. Since rapamycin has been available for 15 years with no serious side effects, Blagosklonny is eager to explore off-label uses that may significantly improve the lives of older individuals.
A graduate of the First Pavlov State Medical University of St. Petersburg, ç holds an M.D. in Internal Medicine and a PhD in Experimental Medicine and Cardiology. Blagosklonny’s previous positions including Associate Professor of Medicine at New York Medical College and Senior Scientist at Ordway Research Institute.
In addition to publishing more than 270 papers of his own, Blagosklonny is the editor-in-chief of three medical and scientific journal publications; Aging, Cell Cycle and Oncotarget.
Impact Journals reported that Mikhail Blagosklonny is also Associate Editor of Cancer Research, Autophagy, the International Journal of Cancer, American Journal of Pathology and PLOS ONE.
The President and CEO of Nabors Industries, Anthony Petrello are very professional in case of the day to day activities of the firm or his philanthropic activities. Under him, the major oil and gas drilling firm brought cutting edge and competitive technology to win business from across the world. Also, the works were completed in the in the stringent manner as any misses in quality can cost very much for the firm. Petrello knows the priorities better than anyone and hence when he formulate direction of the organization, professionalism, and organizational discipline makes a strong presence in the agenda.
Fondly called as Tony by his friends, Petrello joined Nabors Industries in 1991 as Chief Operating Officer. Since 2011, he was promoted to CEO and President of the firm. In 2012, Petrello became the chairman of the board of directors. His long years with Nabors, helped him to restructure the firm for better operation. He is a strong proponent of technology and implements the new technologies at first sight. His strategy has helped the firm to expand the operations across the world. Currently, the firm has drilling service operations in the Middle East, Africa, Far East and Americas. He also led the firm in diversifying the business and introduced directional drilling systems, software for rig reporting, well servicing, pressure pumping, etc. During his tenure as COO, he took care of some important acquisitions to expand the footprint of the firm.
Petrello believes that diversifying the services can bring more business for the firm and ensure the growth of the firm. In 2014, he made a major restructure in the management of the firm to give a new direction to the company. Under his leadership, there were many CSR activities initiated. It includes support to Komen Race for the Cure, Mentor Programs with Aldine Independent School District, setting up National Multiple Sclerosis Society to support fight against multiple sclerosis, etc., are few in the list. The firm also sponsored 2012 Wounded War Heroes Fishing Rodeo to support wounded veterans.
Apart from redefining the vision of the firm, he is very active in philanthropy. His motto is to be part of a change in the world. His involvement in charity campaigns and donations has been appreciated by many. He is the board member of Texas Children’s Hospital and supports the research and programs to address the requirements of children suffering from neurological disorders. He and his wife made a donation of $7 million to the Texas Children’s Hospital and also conducted some fundraising.