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Q2: Top 20 Dynamic CEOs of 2024 in the USA

The pandemic left many families with an acute awareness of how critical reliable, flexible childcare, eldercare, and pet care is to a healthy workforce. Leading organizations are beginning to fill these gaps with targeted benefits, such as onsite or shared drop-in childcare for employees, pre-vetted pet care provider recommendations, and on-call access to skilled care providers to address gaps in eldercare support.

In 2023, a Gartner research found that only 24% of employees rated their financial well-being favorably, down from 27% two years prior. This low level of financial well-being makes the cost of work more acutely felt. More organizations will begin offering personal financial planning and education services to help employees make the most of their finances. More than 43 million Americans hold federal student loans, with a total balance of more than $1.7 trillion. The U.S. tax code now allows for organizations to make the same contributions to student loan debt repayment as they can for tuition assistance, giving employers the opportunity to mitigate one of the biggest financial stressors their workforce faces.

Leaders that are looking to not only enhance the company but also their teams and their leadership stye should now start rethinking their ideologies and strategies. In this edition we feature some transformative leaders who are going the extra mile.

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The Most Powerful Woman in American Business | Karen Lynch

Recently CVS Health CEO Karen Lynch wrote in CNN an opinion piece on how business leaders needed to get serious about mental health and it has made a great impact for all those who read and understood her concern.
She writes: Even though mental health challenges aren’t anything new, we are living in a time with a series of unique stressors that are impacting every one of us, such as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as well as a pandemic that has stretched two-and-a-half years and continually reminds us that as much as we want to be done with it, we’re still living with a public health emergency that none of us has experienced in our lifetimes. It’s no wonder that people are reporting “alarming” levels of stress, according to the American Psychological Association.

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Accountability. Credibility. Trust.| Christie L. Clark

Very few people truly exemplify and embody the essence of the credit union movement, “People Helping People,” like Christie L. Clark. This is how Christie leads ACT 1st Federal Credit Union and what she instills in each credit union team member. “To have Accountability to the “Not for Profit, But for People” code of conduct we increase awareness of the exceptional benefits of being a member of a credit union. Introducing and offering low-cost products and services that truly fulfill member financial needs continually builds Credibility as it relates to the credit union’s commitment to everyone’s on-going financial wellness. In doing so, members have learned to Trust ACT 1st Federal Credit Union.”

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Empowering African Americans Locally & Globally | Deidre Johnson

Deidre Johnson is the CEO and Executive Director of The Center for African American Health (CAA Health), an organization dedicated to health equity and working to improve African Americans’ social determinants of health. CAA Health values and centers community with its hub in the traditionally African American community of Northeast Denver. Through community engagement, research, advocacy, culturally responsive health education, outreach, and services, CAA Health empowers African Americans locally and globally to overcome the root causes of health complications by breaking down barriers to knowledge, promoting greater self-advocacy, and providing support services to improve health outcomes.

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Empowering African Americans Locally & Globally | Deidre Johnson

Deidre Johnson is the CEO and Executive Director of The Center for African American Health (CAA Health), an organization dedicated to health equity and working to improve African Americans’ social determinants of health. CAA Health values and centers community with its hub in the traditionally African American community of Northeast Denver. Through community engagement, research, advocacy, culturally responsive health education, outreach, and services, CAA Health empowers African Americans locally and globally to overcome the root causes of health complications by breaking down barriers to knowledge, promoting greater self-advocacy, and providing support services to improve health outcomes.

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The Leading Man in the PropTech Industry | Justin D. Hertzberg, Esq.

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming;

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A Strategic Leader | Kevin Closky

The similarity between Accutec Blades and MPC Plating is Kevin Closky. A strategic leader who is responsible for their transformation from struggling organizations to profit-inducing ones.

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Making A Great Impact | Malea Chavez

Malea Chavez, CEO of Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, has always been motivated by innovation and creative new ways of problem-solving. As a Staff Attorney, she was limited to the number of people she could assist. Still, when Malea learned about the impact of being a leader and shaping policy on the whole community, she was inspired to move into a leadership role. By becoming a managing attorney, Malea created new legal clinics that met people in their communities in welcoming environments less intimidating than the courthouse.

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An Innovative leader | Dr. Raffaele Luca Amalfi

Dr. Raffaele Luca Amalfi has earned various awards for his groundbreaking innovations in thermal management and advanced liquid cooling for data center and telecom markets. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of SEGUENTE, a global technology company that offers end-to-end liquid-cooled hardware platforms with integrated Artificial Intelligence (AI) software solutions for the information and communications technologies (ICT) sector.

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Empowering & Engaging | Stephanie F. Donner

The C-suite is beginning to take on a new look. Historically, women as CEOs were unheard of. However, while still not the majority, it is no longer an anomaly. According to a March 2023 Challenger, Gray & Christmas report, 32 percent of new CEOs were women in the first three months of 2023, an all-time high.

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Laying Down New Grounds For Modern AEC With Cutting-Edge Processes And Technology | Chetan Mogal

Chetan Mogal, an influential entrepreneur, and CEO of BIM Engineering US., L.L.C., forefronts leadership at all levels. He is the driving force behind the products and solutions for iFieldSmart Technologies. Leading by example, he makes sure the organization functions as a single unit through perpetual inspiration and motivation. He believes in the power of empathy and patience to help people achieve a personal and professional purpose. This is drawn from Chetan’s unflinching belief to solve challenges powered by technology and innovation, reinforced with the display of continuous credibility. Holding top-tier positions for multi-billion dollar AEC firms and leading Suffolk construction as a Director, Chetan has led people and projects through advanced processes and tools for BIM and construction management.

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