[caption id="attachment_3470" align="aligncenter" width="775"] From Dayton Business Journal[/caption]
Like many who come through Dayton, Dr. Samuel Dzodzomenyo is a world-traveler.
The Dayton Children’s Hospital neurologist specializes in child care in one of the most advanced medical fields, which has taken him from his home of Ghana and throughout the world. And he says he makes a point to keep going.
He’s come to Dayton after spending some time in New York, Cincinnati and many other towns. Also an associate professor of pediatrics at Wright State University, the family man says the world view has given him a lot to ...
Colombia-born Mauricio Bach faced his fair share of challenges in building his own company when he arrived in America in 2002. After building momentum with janitorial and factory work, Bach pursued his entrepreneurial dream--and failed, at first.
His determination found Bach returning to Colombia to finish college. It wasn't until he was back stateside, though, that he teamed up with his sister to build "La Vanguardia Hoy," a Spanish-language newspaper for Southwest Ohio which is now preparing to move to a 2,000-square-foot office in Dayton.
Read Bach's full story in his interview with the Dayton Business Journal....