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As a multifunctional company, we have an ever-expanding campus that includes numerous warehouses, a loading pit, a main office building with game room, a Production Studio, and an onsite company gym. Our campus reflects our commitment to hard, rewarding work, and we’d like to invite you on a personal tour. silver blue air jordan shoes

Our team is a diverse group of people with ambition, passion, and personality

Jeremy Navarre, Chief Sales Executive

A former NFL football player from the University of Maryland, Jeremy is the Chief Sales Executive at Avalanche. His big heart and unfailing energy sets the tone for our entire company. Jeremy understands that you have to inspire people to be their best to get the best from them. In addition to being the ring-leader on campus, he’s a family man with three girls and a loving wife.

Cassie Wilson graduated from Salisbury University’s Perdue School of Business with a degree in business and marketing. After moving to the Delmarva Peninsula to work summers and have fun, she fell in love with the people and the culture. She also met her husband and found her professional calling at Avalanche. Cassie has two children and believes in leading by example.

The backbone of any online retail company is its shipping department. As the VP of shipping, Eivind manages hundreds of shipments and people across multiple facilities every day. Originally from Demark, Eivind is multilingual and immigrated to America to be with his wife, Jamie. They’re expecting a little girl in August.

Jim handles both internal and external issues, from payroll and benefits to accounting. Diligent, attentive to detail, and most of all customer service oriented, he shows everyone at Avalanche the same courtesy, care, and attention. Jim is happily married and has one daughter who loves riding and showing her horse.

With years of retail experience, we know adaptability is key. Our philosophy is one-part tradition, two-parts innovation, and so is our company culture. At Avalanche, we believe dressing for success means wearing what you feel comfortable in. We also hold flexible hours to fit different internal clocks. At any given time, you can find our employees shooting pool in the game room, working out in our full, on-site gym, or staging mandatory get-out-of-your-seat-and-dance breaks. The atmosphere at Avalanche is designed to encourage, energize, and excite. From friendly weightloss competitions to our annual summer concert, we work hard and have fun doing it. nike air max lunar running trainers blackwhite supremacist

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The change from your dine out bills rounds up to the nearest dollar.

Every dollar donated secures 11 meals for people facing hunger.

Receive free drinks for giving back at participating venues.

Food insecure people in the US.

The Feeding America Nationwide Network of food banks secures and distributes 4 billion meals each year through food pantries meal programs throughout the US.

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Having lived and studied in several countries throughout her life, Andra Tomsa has always regarded herself as a citizen of the world. Armed with first-hand knowledge of the economic inequalities in a diverse array of communities,Tomsaattained a Master’s Degree in Development Economics. She has since dedicated her work to the alleviation of poverty and inequality starting with her immediate community. While at Fordham University she was selected as a St. Gallen Symposium Leader of Tomorrow for her submission on the equitable distribution of power and resources. Prior to starting Spare Andra worked as a Financial Advisor with National Life Group. Andra currently resides in Brooklyn with her 4 year old son.

Rameet is the founder of Fueled, a design and development company based in New York, London, and Chicago that produces award winning apps and websites for startups like QuizUp to big brands like Barneys. Since the company’s launch in 2011, over half a billion dollars worth of ecommerce transactions have taken place on Fueled apps.In 2013, Rameet opened The Fueled Collective, a shared workspace in downtown Manhattan that is home to 35 of New York’s fastest growing startups. He is also a founding member of The Summit Mountain Project and General Assembly.Rameet was selected as member of the 2013 venture fellows class by the NYCEDC and has participated in delegations with Bloomberg to foster collaboration between New York and Israel’s technology ecosystems. In 2013, The Next Web named Rameet one of the “50 NYC Tech Entrepreneurs You Need to Know About”.

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We invite you to contribute your best work for presentation at the AMIA Annual Symposium – the foremost symposium for the science and practice of biomedical informatics. The AMIA 2018 Annual Symposium, to be held in San Francisco, November 3-7, 2018, invites submissions from informatics researchers and practitioners around the world.

Under the overall theme of “ Data, Technology, and Innovation for Better Health ” the Annual Symposium will build on more than 40 years of sharing pioneering research and insights for leveraging information to improve human health. Topics of interest span the spectrum from deciphering the underpinning phenomena of disease, to managing information and communications for improving patient care, to tracking the health of populations. The AMIA 2018 Annual Symposium will consider poster, podium abstract, regular paper, student paper, panel, demonstration, and workshop submissions that showcase the latest innovations from the community of biomedical informatics researchers and practitioners. We look forward to receiving your submissions by March 8, 2018 , and seeing you in November!

Data, Technology, and Innovation for Better Health March 8, 2018

Patricia C. Dykes, PhD, MA, RN, FACMI, ChairElizabeth S. Chen, PhD, Vice ChairGeorge Demiris, PhD, Vice ChairYang Gong, MD, PhD, Vice ChairLi Zhou, PhD, MD, Vice Chair

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