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Do That with Your ESOP: Great Ideas from ESOP Companies

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This replay was recorded on March 14, 2017.

About This Meeting

Every year we hear great ideas from ESOP companies on culture, administration, sustainability, governance, and more. This seminar brings together many of these ideas in a single place.

Program

Do That with Your ESOP: Great Ideas from ESOP Companies
Jon Williams, Blue Ridge ESOP Associates and Loren Rodgers, NCEO

Presenters

Loren Rodgers

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National Center for Employee Ownership

Loren joined the NCEO in 2005 and became its executive director in 2010. He writes extensively on employee ownership in professional and academic publications and has spoken at events around the world. Since he entered the field in 1995 as a consultant, he has worked with hundreds of companies. His expertise includes ESOPs, equity compensation, best practices for employee ownership companies, research, effective communications, employee motivation, corporate governance, ESOP transactions and operations, and business literacy.

Jon Williams

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Blue Ridge ESOP Associates

Jon is a plan administrator for Blue Ridge ESOP Associates and has over 7 years of experience in employee benefits, with a focus on plan design, implementation, administration and consulting services for ESOPs. He is a member of The ESOP Association, the National Center for Employee Ownership and is a speaker at various ESOP conferences. Jon earned a bachelor of science in business from Virginia Commonwealth University, where he majored in accounting and minored in economics.