Covid-19 whistleblower case kept alive by New Jersey attorneys

First known coronavirus court decision in New Jersey upholding a whistleblower claim Florham Park, N.J.— A senior executive at an apparel company lost his job in March after he insisted that the business alert employees of a worker diagnosed with Covid-19. Marc Loeb, former Chief Operating Officer at apparel manufacturer Vantage Custom Classics Inc, wantedContinue reading “Covid-19 whistleblower case kept alive by New Jersey attorneys”

Whole Mind Counseling empowers patients to live holistically amid a pandemic

For many, 2020 has been an emotional rollercoaster. Most of us know someone whose employment has been affected or whose health has been impacted, and we’ve all had to adjust in novel ways to living through a pandemic. “People are grieving all types of losses, which has created a mental health crisis,” said Therapist PatriciaContinue reading “Whole Mind Counseling empowers patients to live holistically amid a pandemic”

Michigan designer sews 3K custom masks during coronavirus outbreak

When the pandemic struck in March, business owner Amy Wisniewski had to close up shop and open her mind to something new. “I went from being in-house custom painting to literally teaching myself how to sew with a YouTube video,” she said. “I began making masks to help support the medical professionals within the community.”Continue reading “Michigan designer sews 3K custom masks during coronavirus outbreak”

McKinney artist’s collection offers large and small pieces for every budget

Artist Digvi Kapasi DeSevo’s online store, Art by Dig, offers a wide range of hand-made acrylic artwork.  “Sometimes people think of having a custom art piece as a luxury,” she said. “I am a strong believer of bringing good energy to others. And, one way I can do that is by sharing my art. ToContinue reading “McKinney artist’s collection offers large and small pieces for every budget”

Professional bookkeeping and business services you can count on

My Bookkeeping Guy is prepared to meet the accounting and financial consulting needs of small, midsize, and large businesses. “Whether it’s bookkeeping, professional services, or tax preparation, I’m committed to keeping your accounts organized,” said CEO Gonzalo Cagigal ll of McKinney. “Regardless of whether you require one task or several, I’m your one-stop shop.” MyContinue reading “Professional bookkeeping and business services you can count on”

Architect with Chinese roots elevates residential design in Aspen, Colorado

Xiangdong “Don” Shi has more than four decades of experience in the structural engineering, architecture and landscape architecture fields. Having lived in Aspen, CO for more than two of those decades, his specialties are high-end residential and landscape designs. “Aspen, a world-famous Rocky Mountain ski resort, is unique,” he said. “Our clients come from allContinue reading “Architect with Chinese roots elevates residential design in Aspen, Colorado”

Please join GEM on the Comanche Station site tour, Jan. 17

Please join the Global Energy Management Program’s staff and students to tour Xcel’s most efficient coal-fired power plant, Comanche Station. The tour will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 17 at Pueblo’s Comanche Station, 2005 Lime Road, and parking is available on site. Renee Trujillo, an engineer who worked on the expansion of the ComancheContinue reading “Please join GEM on the Comanche Station site tour, Jan. 17”

GEM students gain refreshing outlooks on energy future during special topics course in London

Friends, professional contacts, and refreshing outlooks on the future of energy were just a few of the things that Global Energy Management students took away from their special topics course in London. Ten students from the program took part in the four day course. They toured energy company facilities and met with domestic and internationalContinue reading “GEM students gain refreshing outlooks on energy future during special topics course in London”

Third Annual Energy Moving Forward Debates a Success

Nearly 200 energy professionals recently took part in the third annual Energy Moving Forward forum at the University of Colorado Denver. Colorado has been a longtime player in coal mining and gas and oil exploration, and it is quickly becoming a leader in renewable and alternative forms of energy. Larry Makovich, IHS CERA Vice PresidentContinue reading “Third Annual Energy Moving Forward Debates a Success”