Alexandre Gama is a creative professional in communications and marketing. He was the first Brazilian to lead a global network, working as Global Chief Creative Office of Bartle Bogle Hegarty. He began in advertising in 1982 as a creative and copywriter at Standard Ogilvy & Mather. In 2008, Gama became the first Latin American to present a Master Class at the Cannes Festival. Gama has been elected to many leadership boards and been the recipient of several awards for his campaigns and business success. Native to Brazil, Gama is blazing trails for future Brazilian advertising professions with his quality work and commitment to the Brazilian community.
Robert Ivy, the CEO of American Institute of Architects, uses his Social Media accounts to spread the Vision and goals he has for the future of American Architecture. Robert Ivy received his Master’s in Architecture from the University of Tulane in 1976. He is a member of a nationally accredited honor society, Tau Sigma Delta, the only one of its kind that recognizes achievements in intellectual pursuits and recognized by the Association of College Honor Societies.
Robert Ivy frequently uses Social Media like Twitter to inform his followers and followers of AIA the benefits of Architectural designs that improve our lives. His ten-year plan includes making architectural more sensitive to the way we take in health and living in the structures we live and work. For example, since AIA’s Twitter account was opened in 2009 there have been more than 17K tweets shared with followers. The AIA Twitter account has over 175K followers and flaunts nearly 6,000 architecturally related pictures. Tweets are focused on sharing latest trends in Architecture and how the face of Architecture is changing today to meet the needs of the cities and towns where architects carry out their work. All sizes and types of architecture are covered on AIA’s twitter account. The AIA twitter account describes its mission as “sharing the unique contributions of architects” and how it is applied to people’s daily lives. A unique hashtag has been adopted by AIA, which is #blueprintforbetter, which is related to blueprintforbetter.org. Bluprintforbetter is a unique collaboration between Mayors of cities and architects to work in partnership to design and make better towns and bring out better lives thru the use of architectural design and city planning. Blueprintforbetter.org is an extension of AIA’s work to bring together different collaborators who can make architecture a better partner in designing a building that produces more health and well-being to its tenants and users. Recently Mayors of cities and members of AIA came together at South by Southwest to talks and share with each other how they could work to meet common goals thru city planning and architecture and bring about their shared vision for workers and residents of their cities.
Since 2011 Robert Ivy has led AIA’s 250 chapters and 90,000 members influential to a new era for change, bringing about greater collaboration between the diverse group of people that make architecture breathe with vitality and hope for the future of American life.
Accomplished pediatric’s surgeon, Dr. Saad Saad has done thousands of pediatric surgical proceeders over the course of his career. He is always attempting to improve on the procedures and methods that exist and he challenges the existing ways to reduced both risk and pain for his patients. Dr. Saad has developed a number of pediatric surgical procedures and has two inventions patented.
Dr. Saad has performed complex surgeries in the world of pediatrics for over four decades. He has done Medical Missions in the United States, the West Bank and Jerusalem performing complex medical procedures for free on poor children. Dr. Saad hold the patents for both of his inventions personally.
Integral Electromagnetic Location Identifcation Device Catheter
There are a number of functions associated with the tubes known as medical catheters. The tubes are inserted into the body to help with surgical procedures and treating medical conditions. The various types of catheter can drain fluids and gases, give surgical instrument access and several other tasks. There are catheters can be left either permanently or temporarily inside of the body.
Tracking the position of the catheter allows it to be positioned correctly. In the past X-rays or MRIs were used for and the dangers of repeatedly having these procedures done is why Dr. Saad Saad created a catheter that does not require an additional machine to locate it inside of the body. The catheter Dr. Saad designed uses electromagnetic energy for locating it. The tip of the catheter holds the material for locating it allowing a doctor to use a locating device to scan the body and receive a signal of where the catheter is. The device works similar to a metal detector in addition to being portable and practical.
Irrigation and Suction Apparatus for the Endoscope
Endoscope use improvement was the idea behind the second invention from Dr. Saad. The Endoscope is used to look into various parts of the body such as colon, windpipe, bladder, throat and stomach to provide a visual of what is happening inside the body without a more invasive procedure. The endoscope can be fogged by liquids in the body which is the reason for the suction capability that Dr. Saad patented for it.
Why Did Dr. Saad Invent These Items?
Dr. Saad saw a need and decided to fill it. Both of the inventions help to make tasks easier to perform and safer. Learn more: https://about.me/ssaad/getstarted
Architect Robert Ivy, a Columbus Mississippi native, is the Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Institute of Architects(AIA) and was named CEO in 2011. AIAs’ network structure consists of over 250 chapters and more than 90,000 architect members and design professionals dedicated to building framework environments. Mr. Ivy is a powerful advocate for public outreach and educational initiatives. He thrives on assisting his members to serve communities around the globe, in efforts to deliver a better tomorrow. Prior to his AIA appointment, Robert Ivy served as Vice President and Editorial Director of McGraw-Hill Construction and Editor-In-Chief of Architectural Record Magazine where he has earned countless publishing honors and accolades which is an unusual achievement for the common professional journal.
Robert Ivy attended Sewanee University where he obtained a bachelor’s degree as well as a master’s degree in architecture from Tulane University. Initially, his career began as a principal at Dean/Dale, Dean & Ivy from 1981 to 1996. During this same time frame, he also critiqued multiple national publications. The astute author wrote multiple articles. One column that comes to mind is titled ‘The Cure for What Ails You? Good Design’. Published by HuffingtonPost, the article poses the question; “can design decisions enhance care for those that are ill?”. Robert Ivy expounds on a study that demonstrates the connection between design and health is amiss in the healthcare and medical communities. In short, these communities find it impractical that buildings can have a direct impact on patients health and well being. He argues that design impacts public health via the encouragement of healthy lifestyles. In addition, things such as location and selection of building materials must be carefully considered in the planning process. Robert Ivy closes by stating that architects and urban planners have the ability to influence health by creating sustainable and optimal buildings that minimize its ecological footprint while fostering human well being.
Robert Ivy’s top priorities today include transitioning the AIA into a more proactive, responsive, and influential organization. He and his colleagues are fully involved in creating public awareness and value of the architecture community.
The Board of the American Institute of Architects have recently appointed Robert Ivy as the organization’s new Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer. The American Institute of Architects, founded in 1857 in New York City, is an organization that grants a bountiful amount of aid to architects, including public and governmental support, education, and community redevelopment. The American Institute of Architects has over 90,000 affiliates to date, which include architects and design professionals.
Robert Ivy has aided the American Institute of Architects in leadership since 2011. As commented by the organization on their website, “He is re-positioning the AIA from its rich legacy into a proactive, responsive, and influential organization. Chief among his and the organization’s goals are heightening public awareness of the value and relevance of all architects.”
Robert Ivy’s career began as a principal for Dean/Dale, Dean & Ivy, and he also served as a critic for several publications. In 1996, he started working at Architectural Record, which is now one of the most popular journals about architecture because of his leadership; this is also proved by the considerable awards the publication won. According to Crunch Base, “In March 2010, Alpha Rho Chi, the national architecture fraternity, voted unanimously to name Ivy “Master Architect” for his effectiveness in communicating the value of design.” Robert Ivy also serves as the Editorial Director and Vice President for McGraw-Hill Construction. He has been working with the American Institute of Architects since the 1990’s, so it is a great honor for him to now be the new Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer. George H. Miller, a former president of the American Institute of Architects in 2010, commented ” “We are excited to have Robert join the AIA as EVP/CEO. He has the combination of seasoned industry experience and corporate leadership skills sought by the Board and we welcome him to the Institute. The Board is unanimous in its view that his passion for the profession, his experience in the industry, and his leadership style will enhance the AIA.”
The American Institute of Architects is made up of five membership levels, including architect members, associate members, international associate members, emeritus members, and allied members, each playing very important roles in the organization. The American Institute of Architects is very proud to have Robert Ivy as their CEO, both members past and present. It is believed that, due to his vast experience and passion for architectural design, Robert Ivy will do an awesome job leading the organization. Ivy commented, “The brand represents the highest standard of design and professional ethics. It serves as a powerful message to clients and communities that design matters.”
When considering which Republicans were likely to lose their seats in the 2018 Midterm elections it is unlikely the names of former Presidential candidate Ted Cruz and House Speaker Paul Ryan would top the list of most casual political observers. However, both politicians were recently named to a list of politicians targeted by the End Citizens United PAC because of their affiliation with Super PACs and major political donors leveraging their influence across the U.S. political system.
The Senate seat of Senator Cruz in Texas has always seemed to be among the safest in the nation but the positive effect Democrats have felt because of their affiliation to End Citizens United is striking once more for liberal candidate Beto O’Rourke; although the candidate is little known in Texas he has closed the gap in opinion polls to just eight percent from a large 18 percent at the turn of the year.
End Citizens United was formed in 2015 in an effort to overturn the negative Citizens United decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010 which allowed almost unlimited funding from private donors, special interest groups, and billionaire donors in U.S. election campaigns. The success of End Citizens United in the buildup to the 2016 election resulted in the group providing its email list to the campaign of Democrat Hillary Clinton in an effort to aid her election.
Beto O’Rourke has pledged not to accept funding from Super PACs and major political donors in return for the endorsement of End Citizens United and does not seem to be suffering any negative effects in terms of fundraising for his bid to overcome the majority of Cruz. In fact, O’Rourke’s filings over campaign financing show he outperformed Cruz in both the last quarter of 2017 despite only accepting grassroots donations towards his campaign.
Ironically, in his own election success in 2010, Cruz shocked the nation by winning a Texas Senate seat by only taking donations from Tea Party members; since his arrival in Washington, Cruz has changed his attitude and is now one of the largest recipients of big money from PACs and special interest groups. Despite the success being achieved by Beto O’Rourke in cutting the lead of Ted Cruz over the course of the last few months an election victory still seems a long way off but End Citizens United believes a close race similar to that seen in Alabama when Democrat Doug Jones overcame the huge lead of Republican Roy Moore would show the tide of public opinion is turning against the donations of PACs and billionaire donors in 2018.
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Tony Petrello grew up in New Jersey. In Newark, he attended public school. He was quickly recognized as a genius in math. While in high school, he really excelled at math. Yale University noticed his math achievements and they awarded him a scholarship to the university. They even offered him the opportunity of being mentored by Serge Lang. Serge Lang was known as a great mathematics professor.
Tony Petrello received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in math at Yale University. He also met his wife Cynthia. He ended up marrying Cynthia. She became a famous actress and movie star.
However, Tony Petrello decided not to become a mathematics professor. Instead, after achieving his degrees in math at Yale University, Tony Petrello enrolled in Harvard Law School. He received his law degree and went on to join Baker & McKenzie, a famous law firm, as a lawyer. He later became a managing director of their New York branch.
Tony Petrello, in his law career, specialized in business law, especially as it related to corporate taxation and arbitration. One of his clients at Baker & Mckenzie was Nabors Industries. Nabors Industries soon realized how much of a genius Petrello was. They wanted such a genius and analyst on their team. They set out on trying to convince Tony Petrello to join their company. He eventually agreed and became a business executive. Tony Petrello quickly rose through the ranks at Nabors Industries. He joined in 1991 as their Chief Operating Officer. He soon joined the board of directors. The next year, he became the President of Nabors Industries.
Tony Petrello did a lot for the growth and expansion of Nabors Industries. For example, he was instrumental in bringing about a 32 million dollar acquisition of Grace Drilling.
Tony Petrello became Chief Executive Officer of Nabors Industries in 2011. He is also chairman of the board and chairman of the board’s executive committee. Tony Petrello knows that he operates in a competitive industry. Nevertheless, Tony Petrello is able to come up with long-term strategies to grow Nabors Industries into the large corporation that it is. Nabors continues to grow and grow because of his leadership skills and capabilities. Tony Petrello is also a director of other companies, such as Media On Demand. He has great day to day managing skills that greatly benefits the companies that he manages and directs.
Architecture is among the most ancient occupations in the world. The industry has evolved over time leaving a mark in the growth of civilization. With time, it became necessary to regulate the industry to not only create a distinction of the qualified architects but also to formalize the licensing laws applicable. Before this time, any person could emerge and claim to be an architect regardless of the required qualifications.
It was for this reason therefore that 13 high ranking architects came together in 1857 to form what is known today as the American Institute of Architects (AIA). With the institution, proper architectural training is availed to students and licensing laws governing the industry are instigated.
This institute has its headquarters in Washington, D.C, and it is now accessible to professions in architectural industry. It is mandated to offer relevant education in this field, bring about government advocacy and stir community development. It is also entrusted with uplifting the image on the public towards architecture.
To see this through, AIA has entrusted a very robust and supportive CEO, Robert Ivy. Robert has been very pivotal in seeing the vision of AIA come through. He holds a bachelor’s degree with English Major from the University of the South where he excelled with a cum laude. He has a very rich editorial background in his career path, a passion that is exhibited through his publication work at AIA. Ivy further proceeded to Tulane University where he acquired his master’s qualification in architecture.
Under the leadership of Robert Ivy, the American Institute of Architects has worked with peers in the industry in streamlining the building industry. The well outspoken leader has worked hard to support students in this industry via championing programs that sponsor architectural students. This is one of the moves that has built his reputation in the industry.
Ivy has also been faced with a burden of formalizing the various acceptable standards in architecture and to issue contact documents in line to this. The AIA is also mandated with conducting architectural researches as well as figuring out the impact the prevailing economic times may have on architectural industry.
The good governance of the institute has enabled it to achieve several milestones. Robert has indeed made this possible especially as far as positive public image is concerned. The award program has also boosted the professionalism in the industry as students strive to excel in architectural studies.
The AIA was established in New York City, in 1857 by a group of architects to encourage the scientific and practical excellence of its members. It was also meant to uplift the standing of the profession. AIA recently proclaimed a ten-year dedication to developing solutions and programs on well-being, sustainability, as well as resiliency to common disasters in residential areas.
As an essential element of the devotion, the foundation is supporting university studies with scholarships. These efforts are meant to address the need for professional bodies to contribute positively to academia. It will also work on a community plan that is yet to be titled and will host an intensive program to create phone applications and other software projects.
The aim of the institute
The focus of the institute is to develop architecture as a profession. In the previous decade, the industry saw a lot of emphasis on aspects such as formalism in building. The body views buildings as objects rather than social structures or change agents that affect the public health.
According to AIA, new generation of architects with unique interests is preparing for hands-on designing, building, and sustainability. According to the body, these new professionals are also focused on health as it has a relationship with these topics. While this is the newest trend in the industry, a numerous iterations show the developments over the years.
Leadership at AIA
Robert Ivy is the president and chief executive officer of AIA, the most popular professional institute for architects. While he is skilled in the construction, design, and structural sciences, Robert inspires architects to think past their field. He has faith that architecture can have a profound impact in diverse societal aspects, from providing calamity relief solutions to making health better through social architectural standards.
AIA on public health
AIA notes that construction can affect a community’s level of well-being. Buildings and other built structures can be designed to foster physical activity. For instance, AIA recommends that architects build structures that have sufficient stairs. It is also important to note that the primary design principles set by AIA force architects consider health. For example, the architects have to take into consideration a building’s access to fresh air, sunlight, and clean water.
In the past, most construction standards had a narrow focus. AIA expect architects to consider more sustained, critical efforts that will give better results. With the kind of leadership that AIA has, it is probable that the body will continue to influence the society in a positive manner.
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