Mark W. Sheffert, MSM, is founder, chairman and CEO of Manchester Companies, Inc., a Minneapolis-based board governance and management advisory firm. Prior to founding Manchester, Mr. Sheffert was president and chief operating officer at North Central Insurance Company and then president at First Bank System (now U.S. Bank). Mark.Sheffert@wcinput.com
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Lawrence L. Grypp, CLU®, ChFC®, is president of the University of Cincinnati’s Goering Center for Family and Private Business and Co-founder of the Center for Executive Transitions. Larry.Grypp@ wcinput.com
Michael A. Hirschfeld, JD, is a partner in Graydon Head & Ritchey, LLP, with over 37 years practicing law and counseling hundreds of family and closely held businesses. He was named Best Lawyer and Cincinnati Lawyer of the Year for both corporate and mergers & acquisitions, among other recognitions. He graduated from Kenyon College and the University of Virginia. Michael.Hirschfeld@wcinput.com
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Gary A. May, CLU®, ChFC® is a 14-year home office veteran in the financial services industry currently working in Agency Sales Support for Nationwide Financial in Columbus, Ohio. Gary.May@wcinput.com
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