Ehss career has definitely had its ups and downs.
Eric Litwillers new job has him helping charitable causes in a slightly different way.
Ballard worries that her one-employer career looks “boring” on paper, but it sounds more like she’s just found something she loves doing.
Snodgrass has logistics experience with some of Wichitas biggest companies, but even he sounds impressed with the scope of Universals work.
Ramsey, who has worked for a series of nonprofits, said each is different. She started at Prairie View, which provides mental health services, earlier this month.
A specialist in commercial properties, Nathan Farha might actually be underselling his latest achievement earning the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation from the CCIM Institute.
Jiwanlal grew up knowing that he wanted to follow his father into banking. Nothing in his career so far has changed that.
Fredickson says his job is a little like the drivers hell hire for Universal.
Collins long legal practice can be broken down into two periods. From the early 1960s to the mid-1980s, he was an oil and gas attorney.
Rush sounds like a character from the A-Team as he describes the satisfaction that comes from booking a good show: