The ability to operate and manage a business is truly a gift. I have never considered going to work as work.
This country was built on risk, its founders risked everything for its creation, and our ability and freedom to create business and opportunity exists as a result of that sacrifice and risk.
Recognizing a need and being willing to assume the necessary risk to fill it is the simplest definition of an entrepreneur.
-Daphne T. Large
Thursday, July 20, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Napa Cafe, 5101 Sanderlin Ave., Memphis, TN 38117
$25 Registration, includes lunch. Reservations are required and space is limited.
That Alan’s personal role model is St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, speaks volumes about him. Seeking God both spiritually and rationally, St. Ignatius taught that because God can be found in our everyday work, all work is important.
When it comes to Executive Employment Law, Alan knows that his work is of the utmost importance to his clients. As the team leader, he works within the team to plan strategies and the tactics required to implement them. By working within the legal system that he holds so dear, Alan and his team fashion relief or solutions that help clients reach their goals or seek redress from those who have done them harm.
His very active political experience gives Alan valuable insight into human behavior and strategic thinking – insight that most often proves quite beneficial to our clients.
A fifth generation Memphian, Alan is a voracious reader, a semi-avid golfer and a devoted husband and father.