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Episode 4: My Name Is Not Mark

Jennifer Mulholland & Jeff Shuck
June 23, 2020
When in the course of your life do you find out who you really are? Join us as CEO, entrepreneur, and business incubator Bassam Salem shares the key moments in his life that ignited his awakening to who he really is – and how he reclaimed his identity as an immigrant, an Arab-American, and a conscious leader.
 
Join us for a timely and deep conversation that will inspire you to explore who you really are and who you really want to be. The choice is yours; the time is now. 
 

 

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Conscious Conversations With Leaders Like YouBassam Salem HeadshotBassam Salem was born in Egypt, lived in France and England as a child, and then immigrated to the U.S. as a teenager to attend the University of Utah, where he earned B.S., M.S., and M.Phil. degrees in Computer Science as well as an M.B.A. in Management of Technology. His interest in computers started young; he entered high school at age 12, began programming professionally at age 15, and completing his first master’s degree at age 21.

Bassam founded AtlasRTX with a simple mission; to build a role model technology company based in Park City, Utah that showcases best practices in customer experience (#ClientsFirst), employee experience (#CofounderCulture & #BluntButKind), and business development (#MoreWithLess & #IntellectuallyHonest).

He resides with his wife and two sons in Park City. He is in love with his family, has been “trying” to CrossFit for years, is a lousy skier and average mountain-biker, but spends every day living #BestTodayBetterTomorrow.

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