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A Montana native, Ms. Allen brings international tax, accounting and finance knowledge to Allen Barron, Inc., and legal expertise to Janathan L. Allen, APC. Allen has worked with diverse groups of businesses, advising clients in legal, financial and tax arenas.
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Janet Beronio is currently Regional President for Caesars Entertainment, overseeing the operations of Harrah’s Rincon (as well as serving as its General Manager) and Harrah’s Ak-Chin.
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Mimi Kirk gained popularity when she was voted The Sexiest Vegetarian Over 50 by PETA. She was 71 at the time. Now at the age of 75 she is a raw food chef, motivational speaker, teacher and health consultant.
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Bridget Naso is an Emmy nominated television journalist and anchor for Good Morning San Diego on KUSI-TV. During her career in news she has covered many major stories including the San Diego Wildfires of 2003 and 2007, the Northridge earthquake, the Santana High School Shooting, and the visit of the 14th Dalai Lama to San Diego.
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Helen N. Robbins-Meyer is the first woman appointed by the Board of Supervisors to serve as Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for the County of San Diego. She manages a workforce of more than 16,000 employees in more than 40 departments with an annual budget of $5 billion.
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Fashion Designer and Couturier Malgorzata Wieteszka-Slocomb was born and raised in Warsaw, Poland, where she showed a precocious talent for drawing and was considered the heir apparent to take over her father’s architecture firm. Malgorzata was recruited to come to the US as a recipient of a coveted fashion scholarship by Marvin Traub, the former president and CEO of Bloomingdale’s.
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