Carole Sumner Krechman will be my guest on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast on January 23rd from 1-2 PT.
To begin with, Carole has been a member of Who’s Who in American Business since 1979. She studied architecture and design at UCLA, graduating in the ’60s. Later, she returned to school and received her teaching credential in 2010 from Cal State University Riverside.
Additionally, Carole is concurrently the Chairman, Founder, and President of the Peacemaker Corps Association. This is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching children around the world how to make “Peace in the Streets.” PCA is a United Nations Non-Governmental Organization, NGO with Economic and Social Council, ECOSOC status. Carole was a life-long activist/volunteer and former Chairman of the Board of Friends of the United Nations. With 30 years of volunteer service to the UN. She was honored for her years of philanthropy and innovation by receiving the 2008 Purpose Prize Fellowship. This award is similar to a Nobel Peace Prize just for seniors.
In addition to her passion for Peace, Carole is also a visionary thought leader who is currently the CEO of Logos-E, Inc. Logos-E. is an innovative digital technology company. And if that isn’t enough, most recently she has become involved in the UCLA Bedari Kindness Institute.
Carole has a book coming out soon, About Face. The true story of an American couple in China entangled in a web of intrigue and crime.
As an international entrepreneur and architect, Carole built a successful design company that spanned the globe in the 1980s operating out of Beijing, thanks to her benefactor, Dr. Armand Hammer.
Carole along with her husband Sheldon spent eight more years doing business in China and completing the project. The team found investors and lenders. They built their vision into the Beijing Asia Hotel. They created a design team with Chinese, Japanese, Hong Kong, and Thailand joining her as the first American woman to design and develop a modern, Western hotel. Carole and Sheldon also built apartments and office buildings in downtown Beijing. It’s been 36 years in the making. As a result of their experiences, she decided to write this book. So, what happened when they moved back to the US? This is their story!
Tune in to hear her experiences working and living in China.
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