On this episode of the Pathways to Success, we discuss how to bridge the gap between Millennials and Baby Boomers.
Tony Fleo is the CEO of Social Venture Parters Dallas. He has more than 30 years of experience in assisting enterprises grow in organizational strength, funding, and staff and board development. His extensive background in psychology and systems theory, coupled with his hands-on experience leading organizations to fulfill their missions, enables him to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Tony serves as the CEO of Social Venture Partners Dallas, an organization of over 160 engaged professionals dedicated to helping social enterprises and philanthropists thrive. Tony holds the CFRE credential for fund development and a certificate for non-profit management. Tony has presented at national and international conferences on topics ranging from human development to systems development. He is a native of Pittsburgh, P.A. and attended Duquesne University where he received a B.A. and M.A. in Psychology. Tony is married to an event planner and knows more about weddings than any man ever should, has three adult children, and makes his home in Dallas, Texas.
Sean Caho is the Director of Strategy & Innovation of Social Venture Partners Dallas. He is a strategist, entrepreneur, and marketer who uses classical wisdom and contemporary process to help organization pierce the ambiguity that surrounds their goals and capitalize on new opportunities. In his role at Social Venture Partners Dallas, he is focused on developing the organization’s impact investing activities, expanding its corporate programs, and overseeing communications. Prior to joining SVP Dallas, Sean founded or co-founded multiple businesses, including a full-service digital marketing agency and an accelerator program for startups in real estate technology, wherein he played active, operational roles. Sean’s career began as a business analyst at a boutique venture capital firm operating in China and North America. He is a graduate of Baylor’s Business Fellows Program where he had an advisor gracious enough to let him spend as much time studying classics and philosophy as business. He continues to split his time between these pursuits, believing that wisdom endures while methods change.
- The different in values
- The power of community and substantial relationships
- Culture, values, and conversation
- Mentoring and reverse mentoring
- Seeking community
- Bridging the gap
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