Chainsmokers comprises Andrew Taggart x Pall. They are American DJs who produce music. In 2014 chain-smokers produced a song named “#Selfie” which made them famous across the world. The song was ranked among the best in the world. In 2015, the Chainsmokers released another song known as “Roses”, giving them a breakthrough to the music world.
The Chainsmokers songs were among the best in the United States Billboard Hot music station. They won an award on the song “Don’t Let Me Down”. The song was ranked as the best during the Grammy Awards for Best Dance Recording. Chainsmokers had previously won two awards during the American Awards Competition. In 2016, the second duos EP Collage song released together with the studio album.
The Chainsmokers reformed in 2012 as an EDM DJ duo. After reorganizing Chainsmokers management responsibilities were given to Adam Alpert in the New York City. Alpert introduced Pall to Taggart. Pall went to New York University where he studied arts and music business.
Taggart had been at Syracuse University before he met Pall. He had a passion for music and released some songs on SoundCloud website. Taggart got information from one of Alpert’s employee that there was a vacancy in duo management after Bixler resigned. The job made Taggart come to New York and leave Maine.
In the New York City, Taggart made remixes with a band called Indie. He made collaborations with recording artists and actress Priyanka Chopra. Nick Watt interviewed Pall and Taggart about the duos name. Pall told him that the name duos came into his mind while he was in college. He says that they liked smoking weed while they were in college and that’s why they decided to call the band chain smokers.
The duos performed first in 2014 which was an opening for Timeflies. They released the selfie song in 2013 for free. The song gave them a breakthrough for more songs after making them popular across the world. The song peaked internationally and emerged among the best in Electronic Songs Chart.
After seven months Chainsmokers released “Let You Go”, song. Chainsmokers signed at the Disruptors Records a collaboration with Sony Music Entertainment by the help of Adam Alpert.
Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is a certified emergency medical doctor based in Tallahassee, Florida. He has over six years of experience and is one of the 26 doctors who serve at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare. He attended University Of Louisville School Of Medicine where he studied for his medical degree. Dr. Eric Forsthoefel later went to the Louisiana State University Program where he completed his residency and Louisiana State University for his medical education.
As an emergency specialist, Dr. Eric’s work involves managing urgent medical situations that are life-threatening. Emergency doctors are specialists who work in the ER (emergency rooms) of hospitals in handling conditions such as lacerations, fractures, cardiac distress, trauma, and other critical conditions. The emergency room physicians go through rigorous training to prepare them to handle patients during urgent medical situations. They are also in apposition to diagnose and stabilize the patients before they can go through further diagnosis.
Moreover, Dr. Eric is board certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties under emergency medicine. The primary role of the board certification is to register the best qualified medical specialists who are widely experienced and knowledgeable in tackling medical conditions. Besides, Dr. Forsthoefel’s primary areas of specialization include accidents, injury, and trauma. He is also an expert in treating other different diseases, and ailments include acute illnesses. Furthermore, the doctors who mainly specialize in the emergency room typically have comprehensive experience in all aspects of medicine since they handle multiple conditions that require 100% of their care and attention when treating patients.
As an emergency medical practitioner, Dr. Eric has treated thousands of patients suffering from diverse ailments. According to the Medicare Physician Other Supplier National Provider Identifier report (NPI) of 2014, Dr. Eric Forsthoefel treats patients of all ages, but most of his patients are aged 70 years and above. Besides, the doctor speaks the English language, and his office is in Florida where he practices in his area of specialization, emergency medicine. Dr. Eric Forsthoefel also works with ninety-two other medical doctors including Dr. Frank Gredler and Dr. Ernesto Umana.
Dr. Eric has many plans for his career. Even though he enjoys helping patients, he intends to continue moving higher in the medical arena. He takes courses associated with medicine to remain up-to-date on the latest medical research.
Saint Germain Catering founder and CEO Mina Ebrahimi has food service in her genes. Her parents, Iranian immigrants came to the US in 1978. After settling in Seven Corners, Virginia the Ebrahimis opened a bakery.
She received part of her business and culinary education while working in the family shop while she was still a girl. Other aspects of her education were acquired a George C. Marshall High School and Northern Virginia Community College.
After the family business moved to the Tyson Corners’ Galleria Mina took charge of it and rechristened it the Saint Germain Cafe. She struck out on her own in 1999 and established Saint Germain Catering. Operating in the Northern Virginia Saint Germain Catering has been recognized as the Best Caterer in that area.
With a staff of 40, the company handles the kinds of affairs you normally think of when you hear the word “catered”. This includes weddings, fundraisers, corporate functions, and more.
The company has handled as many as 200 catering jobs in a single day. Saint Germain Catering offers an international menu. They can also do Vegan and vegetarian events.
During an interview on the YouTube video “40 Under 40” Mina Ebrahimi explained how her business survived the Great Recession when so many other catering businesses went under. She explained that the undoing of some of her competitors was over expansion (opening multiple stores) and diversifying into areas outside their wheelhouse. Mina explained that she has expanded her business without adding new locations.
Among the accolades that Mina Ebrahimi has received is the Washington Business Journal’s 2010 Top 40 Under 40 Award. She has also been honored with the Brava Award from SmartCEO and the Enterprising Woman of the Year Award.
Mina Ebrahimi the philanthropist supports ovarian cancer research. Her compassion extends to veterans and their families through Operation Home Front and the homeless in Northern Virginia with contributions to The 25th Project.
At the University of Pennsylvania, Mina created the Jack Ebrahimi Foundation to establish the nation’s first interventional veterinary radiology lab. She assists aspiring business women through her self-named foundation.