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The Fans Have Spoken! Readers Reveal Who They’re Rooting For on Tony Nom Day

first_img Star Files LAURA MICHELLE KELLY (FINDING NEVERLAND) MATTHEW MORRISON (FINDING NEVERLAND) Kristin Chenoweth BRIAN D’ARCY JAMES (SOMETHING ROTTEN!) SYDNEY LUCAS (FUN HOME) ALEX SHARP (THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME) LISA HOWARD (IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU)center_img KRISTIN CHENOWETH (ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY) It’s almost time for the most exciting day of the year: Tony nomination day! The Broadway.com editorial staff will be up bright and early on April 28 (with the help of lots of caffeine) to bring you all of the latest updates and celebrate with the stars. But first, we asked Broadway fans to rank the actors they’ll be rooting for on Tony nomination morning on Culturalist. The results are in—here are the stars who came out on top! View Comments CHRISTIAN BORLE (SOMETHING ROTTEN!) SIERRA BOGGESS (IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU) KELLI O’HARA (THE KING AND I)last_img read more

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Leadership beyond the office

first_imgAngela Hanson’s first leadership experience began with a summer job. Now the chief innovation officer at $283.5 million Heartland Credit Union, Madison, Wis., she was just a teenager when she was tasked with managing a local swimming pool and coaching an 80-person swim team. A lesser soul might have thrown up her hands over the amount of work required, but Hanson was undaunted, even inspired.“It was at this point that I knew I wanted to find a career where I could influence change, help people draw out their strengths and make a difference in a business and community,” recalls Hanson, a CUES member. “And there is no better place to do this than a credit union.”The credit union industry has served as a springboard for her involvement in leadership activities outside of the immediate organization: This is Hanson’s second year serving as chairman for the Wisconsin CUES Council Board. Eight years ago, she earned her SHRM-CP certification; she is a SHRM member as well. Although finding the time for all these activities can be tricky—especially with three active kids and a demanding workload—she says it’s been worth the effort. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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