Kenny Slaught believes medical practice and research should widen, to allow proper delivery of help to those in need, on a worldwide level. Director of Global Health Discovery at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Chris Wilson, thinks that grants will lead to new medical discoveries that can be used to save many lives. According to him, the creative thinking of GCE winners will take global health to the next level.
Hoover Dam is situated between Arizona and Nevada, providing water to most of the area. The project uses the Colorado River as its source. Property investor Kenny Slaught recognizes the usefulness of the structure and discusses it on his blog at KennySlaught.com. The project’s huge water capacity turned many of the country’s deserted places into flourishing cities.
100 years ago, George Washington Smith founded the Spanish Revival architecture style. Smith dropped out of Harvard to become a bond trader, and later moved to Santa Barbara for his retirement. Due to the popularity of his designs however, Smith was encouraged to create new pieces. He combined the old with the new in his designs and only used authentic materials. Smith is considered one of the city’s founders and his designs are acclaimed for their beauty. On his blog, Kenny Slaught discussed the detail oriented nature of the architect’s works.
Kenny Slaught, CEO of Investec Real Estate Companies, supports those who are struggling. Slaught showed his support to the Hospice of Santa Barbara and its Parenting After Loss initiative, as he brings awareness to the importance of social support. He talks about empathizing with those who lost a loved one in his blog at KennySlaught.com. .
Hospice of Santa Barbara provides its services for terminally ill patients as well as their families. A great number of the programs address children who have recently lost a family member. Statistics show that 20 percent of kids face a loss before turning 18, while one in 20 loses at least a parent before reaching 20. Hospice of Santa Barbara’s free programs offer support to those who are grieving. Kenny Slaught believes the initiatives help people avoid depression, post traumatic stress disorder and anxiety.
Every year, artists, educators, philanthropists and charity organizations gather together with students to talk about the state of the local arts education. This helps with developing improved future programs. Other projects focus on collecting instruments to donate to students who need them, loans who want to use the Santa Barbara Bowl resources, and sponsorships for art students. Kenny Slaught says that a children’s program is financed by the organization, as well as numerous in-school and after-school programs in areas affected by the Santa Barbara Bowl concerts. The Notes for Notes initiative provides free instruments and lessons to students. The educational outreach projects are facilitated by a large volunteer committee.
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On his blog at KennySlaught.com, real estate expert Kenny Slaught talks about the impact that Santa Barbara’s architectural traditions had on its construction industry. He mentions the Spanish inspired buildings found in the city, and highlights its architectural trends history and how they evolved while the government attempted to control the housing growth and impose regulations.
In an era where modern technologies are encountered everywhere, real estate investor Kenny Slaught knows the value of novel ideas in the property development market. While he highlights that technology was crucial in America’s transition into the digital age, resulting in a more effective and profitable property management sector, Slaught explains the role of technologies in the housing industry on his blog at KennySlaught.com.
The Parenting After Loss project runs for 8 weeks during which people receive support to cope with the death of a loved one. The program is focused on the emotional and practical reactions that follow such a tragic event. Kenny Slaught believes that a family’s bond can become stronger once they learn the coping skills that the program provides.
Hoover Dam, a project covering some of the border between Arizona and Nevada, was built to provide its region with water and hydroelectric energy. The project uses the power from the Colorado River. Kenny Slaught, a Californian real estate expert, is aware of the impact that the structure has on residents’ access to water and power resources. Slaught goes on to talk about how the dam’s huge water capacity helped with turning some abandoned regions into fast growing economies, on his blog at KennySlaught.com.
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