Top executives weigh in on ‘being your own boss’
Published: Oct 01, 2013
Three of the nation's best-known entrepreneurs will share tips for starting, growing and maintaining a business in The Bahamas when Rotaract Club of East Nassau presents its second annual “I Am My Own Boss” panel and discussion.
The leading real estate, healthcare and finance executives will weigh in on the secrets of being your own boss Thursday, October 3 at the Nassau Yacht Club, East Bay Street. The event is open to the public.
"The main goal of this panel series is to inspire our Rotaract club members and other guests to follow their career dreams. It is especially vital to provide valuable insight on the hardships and rewards involved with becoming their own boss," Rotaract President Taran Mackey said.
President and Senior Appraiser of Bahamas Realty and Past Assistant District Governor of Rotary in The Bahamas Robin Brownrigg will address the Rotaract club as a panel member at the event. As a licensed broker, certified appraiser, senior valuer and licensed government appraiser, Brownrigg is prepared to share his extensive knowledge and experiences with leadership and success with the group.
Barry Rassin, CEO and chair of Doctors Hospital Health System in The Bahamas, is also included in the discussion panel. Rassin is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and past chair of the Bahamas Quality Council, and honorary president of the Star of the Bahamas Charity Guide. A member of Rotary since the 1980s, he has served his club in many capacities including district governor, district trainer and committee chair.
President and Founder of CFAL and President of The Nassau Guardian media group Anthony Ferguson will be the third panelist for the evening. With more than 24 years of experience in the investment industry, panel discussion guests can look to be enlightened and encouraged to become their own bosses.
Public Relations professional and President of Diane Phillips and Associates Diane Phillips will moderate the evening's event.
Phillips served as a panelist at last year's panel and discussion. There is no charge to attend the event that starts at 6 p.m.
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