COLUMBIA, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 28, 2020–

GSE Systems, Inc. (“GSE Solutions” or “GSE”) (Nasdaq: GVP), a leader in delivering and supporting end-to-end training, engineering, compliance, simulation, and workforce solutions to the power industry, today announced that Brian Greene has been named Vice President of GSE’s Nuclear Industry Training and Consulting business.

Mr. Greene brings more than 15 years of staffing industry experience to his new role. He spent more than a decade with System One in the professional staffing space, operating in a diverse portfolio of businesses, with particular focus in the nuclear energy and engineering sectors. His experience includes steady progress through recruiting, business development, and management roles, holding responsibilities for the growth and development of national and regional accounts, process improvements, and training/development.

GSE will benefit from Mr. Greene’s team-first attitude, familiarity with the nuclear industry, and his vision for advanced training and development solutions.

Citing Mr. Greene’s enthusiasm

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Though the Washington Football Team’s Week 1 win over the Philadelphia Eagles was memorable and impressive, the NFL is a “what have you done for me lately” business. That means come Sunday, all that will matter is how the team performs against the Arizona Cardinals.

Arizona itself is coming off an impressive win against the defending NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers and houses a formidable defense and a talented offense led by quarterback Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins. Week 2 will be anything but easy.

For Washington to leave the desert 2-0, former player and current NBC Sports Washington analyst Brian Mitchell believes three things must happen.

The first relates to the Burgundy and Gold’s talented defensive front. Receiving a lot of hype prior to the season, the unit delivered in Week 1 with eight sacks and constant pressure on Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz. Chase Young looked as good as

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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / August 24, 2020 / Entrepreneurs are looking for ways to deal with the stress and uncertainty of running a business in the era of Covid-19. They are looking for ways to operate and adapt while the economy around them is changing faster than ever. According to renowned business strategist, Brian Cristiano, what they really need is clarity, focus and action.

Today, Brian Cristiano is executive business coach to high-performance entrepreneurs, a growth strategist to celebrities, and the founder and CEO of BOLD Worldwide, but he got his start in the business world at only 16 years old. ” I grew up in a risk-averse, middle-class family that wanted me to go to college and find a stable job. But I just knew I wanted to do things differently. I started making skate videos when I was 16, and made over $40,000 on my first

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A clip from a 2019 We Build the Wall telethon has resurfaced, featuring former Trump adviser Steve Bannon joking that the organization’s founder used donations to purchase a yacht—a joke that now could be true, after Bannon and the founder were arrested for their roles in the crowdfunding campaign.

“We’re off the coast of St. Tropez in southern France in the Mediterranean,” Bannon said in the clip. “We’re on the million-dollar yacht, Brian Kolfage. And Brian Kolfage, you took all that money from Build a Wall.”

Bannon appeared to make the comments in jest during a three-day telethon in June 2019 meant to raise money for We Build the Wall. Kolfage, a U.S. Air Force veteran, co-founded the organization in December 2018 to help fund more of President Donald Trump’s proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall.

The resurfaced clip ends with Bannon, who eventually became involved with the organization’s leadership, telling viewers

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  • Brian Kolfage was arrested on fraud charges on Thursday related to a U.S.-Mexico border wall online fundraising campaign that he founded.
  • Kolfage led the organization along with three others, including former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, who were also indicted.
  • An Air Force veteran, Kolfage lost both of his legs and an arm while serving in Iraq in 2004.
  • Since recovering, he got married and had children, graduated from college and created the “We Build the Wall” fundraising organization in 2018.
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An Air Force veteran who founded a private crowdfunding organization that raised more than $25 million to help build parts of the U.S.-Mexico border wall was arrested for fraud on Thursday.

Brian Kolfage, along with three associates involved in the fundraising effort including Steve Bannon, a former top adviser to President Donald Trump, were indicted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan for defrauding donors

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