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Passionate Leadership: Candy Deemer and Synergy Academies

Energy, passion, and love of education. Founding LASVP Partner Candy Deemer brought all of this to her role as Co-Lead Partner with Synergy Academies. As a writer and executive coach with years of marketing and management experience, Candy can add fun, creativity, and keen insight to any conversation. Together with her Co-Lead Partner, Richard Landers, Candy led the way for SVP to help Synergy Academies make the most of their communications. Read More »

Partner Nelson Cheng’s Thoughts on Philanthropy

A new thought occurred to me: "Nonprofits are run by passionate individuals who may or may not have business experience. Couldn't I, as someone who has some business experience, bring that to a nonprofit and help them?" So I set about doing that. Read More »

Choosing Her Own Path: Cheryl Edmonds’ Story

To say Cheryl Edmonds’ life has been a long and winding road to becoming an Encore Fellow would be an understatement. At various times an art store owner, children’s dress designer, engineer, psychology student, and non-profit executive, she has never been one to get stuck in a rut. Read More »