Robert Ivy is the Chief executive officer/ executive vice president of American Institute of Architects (AIA). He was appointed to this position in 2011 by the board of AIA. Before joining American Institute of Architects, Robert Ivy had held other positions of management.
In 1996, Robert Ivy was the chief editor of the Architectural Record. He also became the editorial director and Vice President and of McGraw-Hill Construction Media. Robert Ivy is an accomplished leader. As the editorial chief of Architectural Record, the publication earned numerous awards for its proficiency in publishing the industry’s stories. Some of the awards are the American Society of Magazine Editors National Magazine Award for General Excellence and the premier magazine journalism award among other awards.
The American Institute of Architects is a professional body that is comprised of professional architects and interior designers. The organization deals with building designs and construction industry as a whole. However, Robert Ivy as the head of the Institute advises architects and other designers to think outside the box and consider other opportunities that do not necessarily lie in the category of building and construction. Robert Ivy is a believer that these professionals have a role to play in other sectors such as the health care. Under his leadership, AIA has been on focus for other things apart from design work. The organization is focused on creating solutions for better health care and coming up with resilient measures to cushion the public from effects of unregulated urbanization. To fulfill this commitment AIA has gone out of its way to channel grants towards university research in this field. It will also engage in some technological projects aimed at coming up with mobile applications and other software.
Robert says that architecture has played a big role in ensuring the health care sector is on top of its game since the origin of U.S. history. Architecture has been used to eradicate substandard housing projects which have been a big challenge from way back. The idea behind this measure was not just for recreational purposes, but it was purely meant to better the status of the public health.
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Anthony Petrello is an accomplished executive with one of the world’s largest drilling and oil contractors, Nabors Industries LTD of Houston,Texas. Since 1991 he has dedicated his career to generating revenue and share profitability for the shareholders of Nabors Industries LTD and also serves as Chairman of the Board of Nabors.
Because of his success and commitment to his position, his total estimated salary in 2015 was 27.6 million dollars. Prior to serving as Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of the Board at Nabors Industries LTD, he held a position as managing partner with Baker and McKenzie Law Firm in New York from 1979 to 1991. Anthony earned a J.D. Degree from Harvard Law School, and a Bachelor of Science, and Masters of Science degree from Yale University. Click here to know more.
When Anthony Petrello is not attending to his executive positions at Nabors he is a dedicated family man and father, spending time with his wife Cynthia and his daughter Carena. Anthony Petrello also serves on the Board of Trustees at Texas Children’s Hospital, an institution that is near and dear to his heart since his daughter Carena suffers from the neurological condition, Periventricular Leukomalacia. This condition has created additional problems for Carena such as Cerebral Palsy. Anthony and his wife Cynthia, have donated an initial 5 million dollars to aid in clinical stem cell research to help children like their daughter.
Nabors Industries is a is a prominent oil drilling contracting company headquartered in Hamilton,Bermuda. They have over 13,000 employees and provide support services for both on shore and off shore drilling and have an estimated revenue of 2.3 billion.
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Born on October 1st, 1949 in Washington, D.C., Mr. Bruce Levenson is an American businessman as well as a philanthropist. He is the former owner of NBA basketball team. He co-owned Philips Arena and Atlanta Hawks LLC, the owner and manager of Atlanta Hawks. In 2004, Bruce served as the governor of Hawks on the board of the NBA team. In 1997, he teamed up with Ed Peskowitz to establish United Communication Group (UCG-http://www.ucg.com/AboutUs/Ownership.aspx), a specialist in telecommunication, technology, banking, healthcare analysis, data, and news services. Also known as GasBuddy, United Communication Group owns a software that alerts motorists about the nearest low-priced gas stations.
Sale of the Hawks
In 2014, Mr. Bruce Levenson announced that he would sell the Hawks due to the low fan base and insufficient sponsorship. He encouraged the team’s executives to embrace diversity to avert racial sports in Atlanta. Bruce Levenson does not tolerate racism, and during his tenure at NBA, Bruce did his best to make the team fit for any race. As a result, he resorted to selling his shares at Hawks Franchise. Steve Koonin would serve as Bruce Levenson’s agent during the transaction.
However, Steve Koonin failed to strike a deal that would generate 27% profitability as expected. Consequently, Mr. Bruce hired Goldman Sachs and Inner Circle Sports to act as his agent. Although Bruce valued his shares at $ 1 billion, Andrew Zimbalist, a renowned sports economist predicted the sale to be between $700 and $750 million. The sale according to Forbes.com attracted several bidders but was won by Tony Ressler at $850 million.
Mr. Bruce has supported several philanthropic organizations such as Hoop Dreams Foundation and Community Foundation of Washington, D.C. Besides, as a dedicated philanthropist, Bruce supports the Holocaust Museum and Bringing the Lessons Home Program. Over the years, Bruce supported the Seed Foundation and Seeds of Peace programs to sustain peace. In 2015, Levenson and his wife, Karen headed John F. Kennedy Centre’s concert, which was meant to create awareness about the effects of hatred and defamation.