Carsten Thiel was born in Berlin, but throughout his youth, he was at the then divided Germany. While at Germany he did so well in his studies, and eventually he attended Malbrook where Carsten Thiel studied chemistry. One desire he had was that he would get an insight into the Anglo-Saxon education system, which led him to leave his native country to join the University of Bristol located in the UK. While there, he was trained on organic chemistry, and once he received his degree in Bachelor of Science, he decided that he would specialize in biochemistry. After that, he joined Max Planck Institute that deals with Biophysical Chemistry where he attained his Ph.D. for molecular biology.
While Carsten Thiel was studying for his Ph.D., he focused on the exciting topic of what is involved in the process of transacting protein into healthy cells. After he finished his formal education, he dived into the innovation realm of his career by getting an exciting role at Hoffman La-Roche. At first, he was the communication and product manager of the company. Through the education, he had gained, together with the newly acquired experience Theil swiftly gained a positive reputation in the company. Soon after, he was given more responsibilities in the field of scientific marketing.
Carsten also worked at Insadong Eastern Europe where he was the general manager. He has been involved in the launching of different successful pharma products. The launching of the products has been successful because he has experience in the launching of products. Carsten Theil is keen when it comes to following a code of ethics, and he believes there is a power to introduced humanity at the workplace. In the role of leadership, he has shown tremendous success in the field and setting the standards for others to come. Carsten says that the code of ethics and humanity can make a lot of difference in any company.
Sharon Prince is a woman who is doing good work for her community. She is the owner and CEO of Grace Farms. She had a vision for the place when it was created but she knew early on that she could not do it alone. She wanted a space where people and groups could come and share ideas in a tranquil place. Grace Farms has become that kind of place. In her latest blog post, she talks about the design of Grace Farms and things that are coming in for the future of the facility.
One of the things that she notes is the new River building on Grace Farms. It is a building that has a full view of the grounds surrounding it. This will give visitors a chance to take in the marvelous vistas that exist around Grace Farms. Sharon Price had her hand directly in the project and wanted to give the community a place where work can be done as well as take a minute to appreciate the nature that is around them. She says that natural light was one of the key components of the building and now all of the buildings have glass from floor to ceiling.
Sharon Prince says that by working with others in chosen fields Grace Farms have been able to stand out in the community. By providing a place where people can come together to talk about difficult problems like crime and justice in the world. These are two areas where she feels that she is making a positive difference.
As for the future of Grace Farms, Sharon Prince is excited for what’s ahead. It has won awards for beauty and attracted big-name speakers. By bringing people together Sharon Prince is definitely doing a good deed in the community she loves.
Adam Milstein is in fact a man who has done more for the nation of Israel than an entire community of people ever could do collectively in a lifetime. Throughout the course of his life, Milstein not only executed passion and commitment when assisting in the advancement of the lives of his Jewish brethren, but he too was sacrificial in the fact that he relinquished his personal time and jeopardized his life in his assurance of hope to others. Having begun in the nation of Israel during the days of his youth when he was being reared by positive parental guidance and inspirational cultural experiences, Adam Milstein made the heroic choice to assume the responsibility of leadership when united with the Israeli Defense Forces to fight in the Yom Kippur War in 1973. Once Israel won and the war was over, Adam Milstein became further inspired to continue on with the pursuit of war alternatives that would permit him the opportunity to create change within his community. Therefore, he sought to equip himself with one of the most powerful tools known to man—an education.
After attending the Israel Institute of Technology and graduating with his business management degree in 1978, Milstein packed up his family and belongings and left Israel to go settle in the state of California in the United States. Once in California, Adam Milstein went back to school so that he could have the opportunity to make the ultimate career move. He enrolled to be a student at the University of Southern California where after earning his MBA in 1983, he was given the chance to prove his professional business skills in the real estate industry. After employing earnestness as a sales agent to be the best in his field, Adam Milstein was given the chance to serve as a Managing Partner for Encino, California’s Hager Pacific Properties—a position Milstein currently upholds to this day.
Moreover, after acquiring networking experience under his financial management obligations with the multi-billion dollar private real estate firm, Adam Milstein was thus enabled to utilize his business status to oversee the development of pro-Israel projects for the Israeli-American community. In 2000, Milstein co-founded the Milstein Family Foundation which was soon to be followed by his co-founding of the Israeli-American Council (IAC) in 2007. The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation was created by Milstein and his dear wife Gila to serve the greater needs of the Israeli-American community via the organization’s supply of healthcare assistance, career training, pro-Israel association funding, and Jewish education. Furthermore, under Milstein’s second biggest project (IAC), the Israeli-American community has benefited from the organization’s fortification of the cultural bond/identity between Israeli-Americans and the nation of Israel.