Leaders of Lynchburg

June/July 2016 Leader of the Month: Roger Jones, EdD

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Occupation: Dean, School of Education, Leadership Studies, and Counseling at Lynchburg College Hometown: Piedmont, SC What does your day-to-day look like? In my current role as Dean, my day is focused around working with a great group of faculty members who are interested in both their disciplines and our students. Some of the work is […]

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Legal

Pigs Get Fed and Hogs Get Slaughtered: Asset Protection and Pre-Bankruptcy Planning

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Prospective bankruptcy clients who I meet with are often surprised at how little asset protection planning may be completed in the days, weeks and months prior to an expected bankruptcy filing. The truth is, successful asset planning should be considered long before a financial crisis develops. Although it is often the last thing on a […]

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Business Over 10

Land Tech

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By Drew Menard Where others might see only a slab of mud and grass, Wayne Melancon and his team at Land Tech Group see a canvas on which a work of art can be constructed. Like many of its outdoor living area designs, the company was formed by hard work and a dedication to doing […]

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Leading Ladies

June/July 2016 Leading Lady: Karen S. Simonton

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Occupation: Chief Administrative Officer, OrthoVirginia-Lynchburg Hometown: Lynchburg, Va. What does your day-to-day look like? Lots of communications—written (hundreds of emails plus letters, memos, etc.) and a fair number of planned and unplanned meetings both on the phone and in person. Between all that, a reasonable amount of financial analysis and accounting department interaction. No two […]

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