Greater Good TV - Video Podcast
Summary: Greater Good Television is the next evolution of Greater Good Radio, the most talked-about, socially responsible business show in Hawaii. Launched in January 2007, Greater Good TV features interviews with today's successful business and community leaders. The show allows these people to share very personal stories of their individual paths to success. Future business leaders of our community can learn how to be socially responsible from mentors who aren't accessible to them in any other way. The ultimate goal of Greater Good TV is to create a new model of business leaders helping their community in Hawaii and beyond.
With much experience to boot, Kenton Eldridge has brought talent and knowledge to Sennet Capital, a merchant bank focused on mid-market and emerging growth companies, where he is partner and co-founder. Prior to moving to the islands, Kenton has worked for more than two decades in the retail management sector.
Richard "Dick" Gushman is Chief Executive Officer of DGM Group, one of Hawaii's leading real estate development firms. Dick Gushman has owned and developed projects throughout Hawaii, the US mainland and Guam over the past 30 years.
Nick Ng Pack is president and chief executive officer of Hawaii's premier advertising agency, Milici Valenti Ng Pack. Starting his professional career in New York, Nick was hired in 1979 as account management trainee for BBDO Advertising where he worked on Gillette, Lever Brothers and General Electric.
David McClain currently sits at the top spot as president of the 10-campus University of Hawaii system, 15 years into his involvement with Hawaii's flagship university. And his role in the state's premier academic institution carries with it an incredible mission to uplift the lives of Hawaii's citizens through learning.
At a young age of 21, Shelley Wilson decided to start her business, Wilson Homecare. She was recognized in 2003 by Pacific Business News as one of Hawaii's 40 Under Forty, and was one of the fastest 50 companies two years in a row. Her company was also recognized in Forbes Magazine with an outstanding small business award.
Bank Turn-Around Specialist John Dean stands as a legend in the American banking industry for rescuing several financial institutions on the verge of collapse. Nicknamed 'bank turn-around specialist', John lead the re-birth of five major baking institutions which included the Bank of Oklahoma in 1980s
A man for others... Admiral RJ "Zap" Zlatoper's work life spans four different careers, a verification of his versatile and well-rounded mindset.
Barry Weinman merged and then took his first company public in the 1970s, making his first nine employees millionaires. Barry then became a venture capitalist helping start-ups become public companies, some of which included Palm, 3Com and Medscape. He co-founded Allegis Capital, HiBeam and Dragon Bridge Capital with much knowledge and skill in the investment industry up his sleeves.
Jon de Mello owns The Mountain Apple Company, dubbed by Billboard Magazine as the strongest independent recording company in the industry. Jon's musical prowess is attested by being the first producer from a Hawaii record label to achieve an RIAA certified Gold Record in 2002, a feat he repeated as a Platinum Record awardee in 2005.
Clint Arnoldus has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, which has brought him across the United States and Europe working for companies such as the Koehring Company, Bank of America, Scandinavian Bank Group, First Interstate Bank of Nevada, and The Bank of New Mexico.
Vicky Cayetano is president and chief executive officer of United Laundry Services, Inc., which employs more than 300 associates and serves the hospitality and healthcare community through the provision of laundry services. She emigrated from the Philippines to the United States at the age of three and starred with Elvis Presley at the 1962 movie, "It Happened At The World's Fair."