Roundtable Series CEOs

Roundtable Series: CEOs share trials, triumphs of the job

Every CEO has a different path that led them to the top of their respective company. Some had the entrepreneurial itch that inspired them to start up their own business. Others worked their way through the ranks, leapfrogging their peers to get into that coveted C-suite office. Yet, almost all local CEOs have learned similar lessons along the way.

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Graceful Voices tell the tales of a historic community

GRACEFUL VOICES captures the stories and life experiences of nine Bahamian and African American women who were born there, forged lifelong friendships, and developed a passion for their community.

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Graceful Voices Gets National Release

During the land boom of the 1920s, real estate developer George Merrick launched his dream of creating America’s first fully planned community, Coral Gables – known as the “Miami Riviera.”

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Conde Nast Traveler – Cool Places To Stay

One very good reason is Casa Chameleon’s superb location, with hypnotic views over the Pacific Ocean, punctuated by a couple of rugged islands, an occasional distant yacht or fishing boat, all fringed by sandy beaches in the bays below.

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Hotels On The Front Lines Of Climate Change

At Casa Chameleon Las Catalinas, the spectacular flora and fauna of the region is treated with the utmost respect through the resort’s conservation efforts. Each month, staff take to the local beach to clean and remove any waste left behind.

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Casa Chameleon at Las Catalinas

With an impressive zero-edge infinity pool and a dedicated focus on wellness, relaxation and adventure, the adult only Casa Chameleon has put the new up and coming town of Las Catalinas on the map as a premiere luxury destination in the popular Guanacaste province of Costa Rica.

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Top Projects: The Burch Building

Neighborhood associations typically don’t agree to trade a duplex for a parking lot. But that’s how the 100-year-old Burch Building at the corner of Hennepin and Lyndale avenues became a neighborhood anchor again.