Welcome back to the DTP SANTA MONICA CHAPTER! My name is Jason Reynolds and I am the leader for this chapter. I am very happy to invite you to join us for some valuable conversation, to learn more about this organization and see what’s in store for us over the next several months…
With 20+ years of Healthcare Experience, our speaker for this month is Reiner Roeske. Reiner is recognized as a high-energy, relationship-and-results-oriented leader. He is currently serving as Director of Business Development for the largest Provider of Skilled Nursing Care in the Los Angeles area. Reiner will share the five essential Leadership practices for winning in the New Economy.
So be sure to reserve your seat TODAY and I am looking forward to seeing everyone on February 14th.
THIS MONTH’S SPEAKER
If you are interested in increasing levels of personal productivity and effectiveness for yourself and your leaders, Reiner shares both inspiration and actionable take-aways that you can use immediately to multiply your effectiveness. Keynotes, workshops, assessments, and 10-minute briefings are designed to increase leader and team performance along the metrics of employee retention, employee engagement, employee effectiveness and workplace culture. Everything rises and falls on leadership. Reiner trains and inspires Next Generation Leaders so they can “Uplift People and Profits.”
ABOUT DIVORCE TRANSITION PROFESSIONALS (DTP)
Why 2.0? Well, after 10 years it is time for a change. A change in location, a change in format and a change in the design. So, we’re bringing in a top-notch speaker, holding it in a top-notch location, providing all of the networking and business opportunity you could ask for with some of the best professionals in the community that specialize in working with people dealing with divorce. While this particular meeting may not have all of the following, we expect to provide continuing education, networking, study groups, break-out sessions, case consultations and more……
This event is completely free to all FIRST TIME attendees. It is an opportunity to find out what the Divorce Transition Professionals is all about, what it is about to become and how becoming a member will benefit you. So, if you are a professional in the divorce field i.e. Attorney, Accountant, Financial Professionals, CDFA, Mediator, Therapist, Realtor, Mortgage Broker etc…..please attend and check us out. There is nothing like us in the area currently.
DTP SANTA MONICA – CHAPTER LEADER
Collaborative Financial Consulting
Tel: (310) 271-2758
Jason Reynolds received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University in New York. Jason was an Analyst with McKinsey & Co., a premier global management consulting Firm. While at McKinsey, Jason analyzed complex scenarios for the World’s largest organizations.
In 2003, Mr. Reynolds founded a Financial Advisory practice with Ameriprise Financial and was recognized by Ameriprise by achieving company awards presented only to the top 5% of the company. Since then, Jason has advised thousands of families and businesses on how to grow and protect their wealth.
DTP FOUNDING LEADER
The Wealth Creator Company For Women
Tel: (818) 606-7327
Neil Palache is dedicated to empowering women as is shown by his involvement in many community and business organizations such as the National Association of Women Business Owners Ventura County, Women’s Economic Ventures and the International Women’s Festivals Santa Barbara. He has also started several groups such as the Money Mastermind for Women™ and the Divorce Transition Professionals™. Neil has been married to Stacie since 1987, has three beautiful children and lives and works in Westlake Village, California.
DTP NON-PROFIT OF CHOICE
Center4SpecialNeeds is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation founded in 2011 that provides resources, education, and programs for families and individuals affected by developmental disabilities in Ventura County, California. Center4SpecialNeeds’ vision is to have families benefit from the information we provide, to help children progress, to help parents restore some balance in their lives and not feel they are in constant crisis mode. We want parents, who are feeling isolated and alone, to feel embraced and supported. We want to provide opportunities for individuals with special needs as they develop into thriving members of our community.