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Gore Street Capital
Solar Power Portal

CEO of Gore Street Capital, Alex OCinneide said "We plan to continue to grow at a rapid pace. We look forward to putting this new capital to work against our extensive, current development portfolio and live investment pipeline."

Architectural Digest

"My recommendation would be a private villa with a tennis court, colossal swimming pool, plenty of space for children to run around, and a bedroom configuration to suit multi-generational families" says. George Morgan-Grenville, Founder and CEO of Red Savannah.


This year, several top players have committed to compete in WTT, including Sofia Kenin, the reigning Australian Open champion; Sloane Stephens, the 2017 U.S. Open champion who’s 37th in the rankings; Sam Querrey, who’s 45th in the ATP Tour rankings; and the Bryan brothers, who won 16 Grand Slam doubles titles together.

Verizon Communications
Global Citizen

“Our mission at Verizon is to build the networks that move the world forward — for everyone,” said Hans Vestberg, CEO of Verizon Communications. “Ensuring our students and teachers have the resources they need to teach and learn, especially as we navigate through COVID-19, is an imperative part of that mission.

PGA Tour

“It’s a little emotional for me,” Bryson DeChambeau said after firing a 7-under 65 to beat Matthew Wolff (71) by three at the Rocket Mortgage Classic at sun-splashed Detroit Golf Club. “Because I did do something a little different, I changed my body, I changed my mindset in the game, and was able to accomplish a win while playing a completely different style of golf.”

American University Washington College of Law
American University

Professor and Dean Emeritus Claudio Grossman has been awarded the 2020 Goler T. Butcher Medal by the American Society of International Law (ASIL). The Medal was presented by ASIL President Catherine Amirfar in recognition of Grossman's outstanding contributions to the development and effective realization of international human rights law.

ARC InterCapital
Thrive London

Founder of ARC InterCapital, Andrew Dixon said " I love working with entrepreneurs who look at problem sets differently. A fresh set of eyes can mean a different approach and an unorthodox solution to the problem. I also often find that a business manager who has an extensive background in a particular industry finds it difficult to question established ways of operating. Academic qualifications are often not particularly helpful – and in some cases may actually limit success."