Their model provides you financial security, no more W2 , generational wealth and community change.
We will be joined by Dennis Blitz, President of the IRA Club. Dennis is a national leader on Self Directed IRAs as investment vehicles and is a national figure on investment.
Anderson Advisors Non-Profit Tax Exempt Attorney Speaker
“From Wolf of Wall Street to founder of 70 Million Jobs”
“Change Lives by Building Generational Wealth”
Addiction Medicine Physician Specialist
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The event ends on Sunday, at 12 PM, with lunch provided.
NOTE: A limited number of tickets for local residents are available. This does not include two nights at the Marriott hotel.
1,000 Dreams Come True – Seattle 2022
1,000 Dreams Come True – Seattle 2022
Karim is a nonprofit attorney with over 20 years of experience forming nonprofit organizations, obtaining 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, advising with ongoing compliance, and assisting with annual tax reporting. Karim previously worked in the Tax Exempt Division at the IRS, and he uses his IRS experience to advise nonprofit organizations on the application process and ongoing compliance. His breadth of experience includes all types of nonprofit organizations, public charities, and private foundations.
Our keynote speaker, Richard Bronson, has led a particularly interesting life. A native New Yorker, he began his career working on Wall Street, where he had great success at several large investment banks.
He left this life when he chose to become a partner at one of the most notorious financial services firms ever: Stratton Oakmont. Stratton Oakmont was made infamous through the Martin Scorsese film, “Wolf of Wall Street.” According to Richard, the film only scratched the surface of the mayhem that occurred in real life.
Richard left Stratton to build his own financial services firm in South Florida, growing it into a 500-employee behemoth, generating $100 million a year in revenue. His life changed dramatically through this success, enabling him to build a world-class art collection, open one of South Beach’s most popular nightclubs and launching the publication of a magazine.
He also turned to philanthropy, serving as Chairman of the Miami City Ballet, board trustee for the Museum of Contemporary Art, and many other charities.
Unfortunately, he let his greed overwhelm his good sense, and he was convicted of breaking several securities laws. Despite paying everyone back, he still had to serve a two-year prison sentence for his transgressions. Like many impacted by the criminal justice system, he lost everything: family, friends, all his possessions, and ultimately his freedom.
She speaks the word of God and encouragement around the world. She is dedicated full time to bringing her message to conferences, meetings, workshops, and around the world. Whether as a keynote speaker or a workshop leader, she breaks through the boundaries that are limiting your team.
Barbara Mendrey, MD, is a skilled physician specializing in addiction medicine. For more than fifteen years, she has helped men and women end their struggles with addictions to alcohol, opioids, and other substances. She is the owner of Northshore Health where patients receive comprehensive, integrative treatment for addiction through personalized care plans that help patients end their dependence on opioids, alcohol, and benzodiazepine medications. Under medical supervision and utilizing clinically proven methods, withdrawal symptoms are eased during detox from addictive substances. Through a partnership with the Coleman Institute, accelerated detox programs are offered to qualifying patients.
Dr. Mendrey serves as medical director and attending physician at Hoel California by the Sea. She designs detailed recovery support plans for all her patients, recommending both 12-step and non-12-step programs, and mental health services to provide maximum support during the long-term recovery process.
Dr. Mendrey obtained her medical degree from the Oregon Health Sciences University School of Medicine in Portland. She completed her residency in family medicine at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. Since then, Dr. Mendrey has served as director of a health clinic, a birthing center, and an emergency room, and served in the United States Army Reserve, gaining experience in tropical medicine.
She is board-certified in family medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine and in Addiction Medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine.
Alayna Elam grew up singing at the age of 5 years old in Southern California (Riverside/Moreno Valley, CA) in a gospel group with her four sisters called “The Scruggs Sisters” that was accompanied by their parents, Melvin and Wanda Scruggs. She sang in various concerts and church, community, and sporting events with her family and individually all over the United States and over 18 countries around the world. Alayna has sung for and toured, often with her twin sister, with many artists including the late Natalie Cole, Anita Baker, the late Whitney Houston, Yolanda Adams, Mary Mary, and Chaka Khan, and on various TV Shows including the BET Gospel Celebration, BET Awards, and the TV Land Awards.
Alayna Elam has 20 years of experience in human resources administration and management. She is the management, leadership, and administrative expert behind all of the Elam’s businesses.
Alayna Elam has been married to her husband and business partner, Aaron Elam, for 16 years (today!! 09/30). Aaron and Alayna Elam are philanthropists, humanitarians, musicians, entrepreneurs, and real estate professionals, and have a heart and passion for their community. They have served children and families in the United States, Africa, and the Philippines. The Elams created the 501c3 nonprofit called the “First Serv Foundation.” Its mission is to create holistic, shared housing and to provide resource referrals for homeless, transitioning, and housing insecure Veterans and other marginalized groups in need. Their mission is to offer safe environments that assist in recovery and encourage empowerment and growth. First Serv has the vision and goals of expanding to affordable housing neighborhoods (tiny and modular homes) and securing global real estate to increase the Foundation’s reach.
Alayna Elam is also the mother of four beautiful children (ages 14, 12, 9, and 6) who keep her busy in various sports and activities.