San Diego, March 31, 2015— Vistage Chair David Brown has recently launched a new chief executive group in the Phoenix, AZ market. The new Vistage members will meet monthly to discuss business issues, share expertise, and provide one another confidential help to achieve their goals. Brown is part of a community of more than 800 Chairs worldwide who lead local area groups, which total more than 27,000 members in 26 countries.
Vistage Regional Executive Lesley Sarkesian applauded his success: “David Brown is going to be an amazing Vistage Chair who launches today with his secret sauce of “tenacity and grit”. Our Community of Arizona Chairs and Southwest Region Corporate Team has been behind him all the way and could not be happier that he is officially beginning his Vistage Journey. Congratulations David!”
Dr. David L. Brown has more than 25 years of progressively responsible business experience directing planning and managing matrix business operations. Dr. Brown has either led or consulted companies through start-up, survival, turnaround, and growth modes. He has spearheaded business and financial analyses as well as strategic and financial planning to accommodate development and capital management for both national and international companies. Dr. Brown received a Doctorate of Health Science in Leadership and Organizational Behavior from AT Still University, and completed the Executive Certificate of Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame.
About Vistage Worldwide, Inc.
Vistage is the world’s largest CEO coaching and peer advisory organization for small and midsize businesses. For more than 60 years, we’ve been helping CEOs, business owners and key executives solve their greatest challenges through confidential peer groups and one-to-one executive coaching sessions. Today, more than 27,000 members in 26 countries rely on Vistage to help make better decisions for their companies, families and communities. The results prove it: Vistage CEO members grew their annual revenue on average by 4.6% in 2020, while nonmembers with comparable small and midsize businesses saw revenue decrease by 4.7%, according to a study of Dun & Bradstreet data. Learn more at vistage.com.
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