A self described serial entrepreneur trapped in a Liberal Arts body – Don began creating unique offerings at the age of 9 by using a rock tumbler to sell polished rocks to neighbors and passersby in front of his home. By 10, he had read Andrew Carnegie’s, “How to win friends and influence people,” and used the lessons to earn top spot for his elementary school’s fund raising efforts, going door to door selling magazine subscriptions and candy – a trend that continued through High School.
Fast forward to Don’s professional career where he served honorably as an officer in the US Army for six years. During that time, he earned the reputation as the guy who would go places and take on jobs no one else wanted and make them successful ventures. Again, a trend that continued in his life after the military with a Fortune 50 media company where he quickly rose through the ranks and established himself at headquarters. You are invited to connect with Don on Linkedin.com and learn more about his professional career and association.
Today, Don is a proud parent and husband living and working in Auburn, Alabama.
Along the way, some of Don’s co-workers, employees and supervisors have described him as:
- “…. unique combination of integrity, dedication, and humor….”
- “He is a strong and charismatic leader who creates an audience of admirers wherever he goes”
- “…. you will be impressed by his quiet confidence, business maturity and most of all his ability to manage fast paced, high stress situations with calmness and clarity”
- “…. set a high standard for success but was always willing to coach and grow those around him to excel above and beyond”
KPGS reflects Don’s personal beliefs in integrity, accountability, quality as a customer multiplier and leadership.