Mickey Maurer gives budding entrepreneurs business advice

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    Alison Stawmyer (left), Karen Keinsley (center) and Cortney Bowen talk to a summit attendee about their project with The Childrens Bureau, which provides services to educate parents on raising children. "We picked Childrens Bureau because their need met our skills," Cortney Bowen said. (Photos by Sam Robinson)
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    (From left to right) Dan Faust, Kyle Riddle, Rachel Coverdale and Michelle Moen are recent graduates of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy. They worked on a forum to bring community voices together to talk about heroin abuse in Hamilton County. They heard Mickey Mauer give a talk on June 12.
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    Liz Tate (left), the President of the Board of Directors of the HCLA, looks on at Steve Carter, the Dean of the 2014-2015 HCLA curriculum.
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    Mickey Maurer spoke to the 180 attendees of the HCLA leadership summit. "You have to have your employees' backs," Maurer advised the graduates. "You have to have their backs."
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    Mickey Maurer spoke to the 180 attendees of the HCLA leadership summit. "You have to have your employees' backs," Maurer advised the graduates. "You have to have their backs."
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    "Diversity is perhaps not the first thought that comes to mind when thinking about Hamilton County," Amy Tobias, a graduate of the HCLA, said. "But we are diverse. We are local leaders looking to sustain a community for all."

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