Darren M. Baldwin is Director of Consulting at VonLehman. Darren and his team help our clients get what they want through talent – seeing teams and individuals achieve more community impact through the most limited resource in the world – YOUR PEOPLE.
He specializes in the development and implementation of change projects that involve talent for business transformation. As a program leader and change agent, he has executed across industries and operating models. His experiences have spanned healthcare, technology, manufacturing, nonprofit, and professional services industries. As an entrepreneur and business owner, Darren has successfully launched teams and managed businesses from concept to commercialization.
In addition to being recognized in Venue Magazine’s inaugural class of “Great Leaders Under 40” Darren has been married for 17 years and resides with his high-school sweetheart and 5 children in Lebanon, Ohio.
- Bachelor of Science in Marketing, Miami University Farmer School of Business
- Bachelor of Science in Decision Sciences, Miami University Farmer School of Business
Professional and Civic Organizations
- American Production and Inventory Control Society
- Society for Human Resource Management
- The Oaks Community Church
- Habitat for Humanity
Mitko Karshovski is an entrepreneurial nomad. Come here a story of a young man from Belarus who landed in Loveland, Ohio who discovers freedom through his work.
Mike Marker is a local developer, owner, and manager of full service retirement communities.
Projects include the The Kenwood by Senior Star, and Seasons in Montgomery.
Come hear the story of a young boy who started his business career at the tender age of eleven in Dayton, Ohio and moved onto Cincinnati to start his career as an accountant. Follow as the accountant becomes builder, developer, and creative force in a new category, luxury senior living.
- Offer to connect with Mike for budding entrepreneurs via email email@example.com
- Book, What Color is your Parachute? Where do you wanna live?
- Start small
- Find a mentor
Alexis Rosenbaum is the Creator and Co-Owner of Game Day Feels in Loveland, Ohio.
Come hear the story of a couple of sisters who created an incredible product and saw it through to a thriving business.
- Follow your instincts
- Action is Foundational
Matt Marcum is mentor and ministry leader for Cru at Miami University and also Talawanda High School.
Come hear the story of a young man who decided early to give back.
Deer processing and skinning? What? That was a job? Driving a water truck, to hospice nurse.
Rebekah Leitner is the owner of Jumpsix Marketing – Cincinnati.
Entrepreneur from the age of 14 where she manufactured and marketed soap made from goats milk.
Come hear a story of a young girl who makes her way to Abilene Texas and back to Ohio to pursue a career in marketing, only to open her own business.
We covered a lot of ground including websites, search engine optimization, with a few free tips on what every marketer should do.
Very funny episode but truly valuable information for marketing your business.
Bobbi Maxwell is the owner of Bobbi Maxwell Voiceovers and has been on the air in Greater Cincinnati as a broadcaster with radio stations such as Wink 94.1, WTUE in Dayton, Warm 98 in Cincinnati.
Find out what causes her to leave Cincinnati for Las Vegas and pursue her broadcasting career.
- Follow your Passion (even if it leads you to the desert)
- Be competitive
- Practice your craft
- The power of Storytelling
Doug Thomson is an entrepreneur. He owns and leads Technetitle, a title agency in Milford, Ohio. Doug also is an author of the book The Hope Unlike All Others, and Marathon.
His current project is 22nd Century Farm, a farm he started that will be working on solving problems regarding energy and food in the next century.
Come hear the story of a man who is a purebred entrepreneur who lives life fully in the white space.
Bill Re is the founder and co-owner of Bush Re Shea Insurance. Their specialty is helping small business owners protect their assets through the right insurance solutions.
Listen in as Bill takes us from his humble beginnings in Milford, Ohio to Xavier University as he meets his partner Carey Bush at Great American Insurance, and then later at graduate school.
Mentors are important, you’re gonna need help.
Building a good foundation to your business.
Have a great product, before you become a great marketer.