To say that Columbus entrepreneur Victoria Calderon wears many hats is an understatement. Victoria is also a first-generation immigrant from Venezuela who is fluent in Spanish, English and Brazilian Portuguese. Both her personal and professional background make her an innate "diversity builder," as was quoted on the cover of Columbus C. Magazine, and since moving to Central Ohio 15 years ago, Victoria has committed to helping improve her community, especially for underserved Ohioans. After years of accumulating extensive marketing and media experience, Victoria decided it was time to break out on her own. In addition to their entrepreneurial pursuits, Bottoms Up Coffee was created with a greater mission in mind—to reduce infant mortality.
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Log in for unlimited access. The Northeast Ohio resident said the goal of his recently launched LLC and accompanying website is to leverage technology so everyone, not just the resourceful, can make solid business decisions. Available through Amazon , "The Techno Revolution: Towards an Egalitarian and Entrepreneurial Society" looks at how technology will help reshape society. Tewari has been hooked on the field of technology since he began dabbling in computer programming around age He developed his first app around the same age. Even with a stacked schedule, the National Merit Semifinalist said he doesn't lose sight of what keeps him going and how to enjoy being a teen.
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A year-old boy who was reported missing six days ago was found dead on an Ohio farm, authorities said Friday. Jonathon was reported missing Sunday after he went to a farm near New Harrisburg that he often did chores at with a year-old friend. Authorities said Friday that they would not be releasing information while they investigate the teen's death and that no one has been charged.
Authorities in Ohio are searching for a teenage boy who disappeared over the weekend after helping out at a family farm, investigators said. Minard, who lives with his parents roughly nine miles away in Dellroy, Ohio, spent the night at the friend's house before heading back to the farm Saturday to do more work, Williams said. That afternoon, Minard began complaining of a toothache and tried to contact his mother so he could go home, Williams said.