Roy Sylvan: Director of a small business start-up incubator, director of City of Los Angeles Dep't of Aging; COO of hospital consulting firm; started several successful small businesses; management consultant to 75 non-profit organizations, gov't. agencies, schools and businesses; co-author "Delivering Human Services" (Prentice-Hall); published professional and popular articles and 250 Internet articles; University of Missouri, Ph.D. Contact: email@example.com
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