During his almost 30 years of executive management and business relationship consulting, much of Mr. Ethridge’s work has involved inventive research, forging strategic international alliances, starting with cross-functional teams. He has also created complementary technologies that provide historical, current, and predictive views of business operations. His related work in complex networks has found applicability in fields as diverse as finance, neurology, and internet research. As the CEO of The Affinity Group, Relocation Marketing Services, and ReloData, he has founded companies with transformational technologies.
Mr. Ethridge is on the advisory boards (and/or serves as a strategic ally) of several international firms, including CAM Design USA, Institutional Investors Consulting Company, and Exponent Energy Corporation, and has an extensive network of business associates and personal friends across the USA, Europe, Japan, China, Africa, and southeast Asia. He is also the International Mandate for Exponent Energy which specializes in selling Nigerian crude oil. Mr. Ethridge is an alumnus of Millsaps College in Jackson, MS, with a BA in Philosophy and Mathematics; is proficient in several languages; and has a PhD (ABD) from UCSD (La Jolla, CA) in Philosophy (Mathematical Logic & Linguistic Analysis).
- University of California, San DiegoPhD work in PhilosophyMathematical Logic &Linguistic Analysis
- Millsaps College, Jackson, MSBA, Mathematics & Philosophy
- Center of the Brain (CBrain)"Healthcare Org Design", 2009 - present(For-profit and not-for-profit)
- William Nathaniel EthridgeHemmorhagic stroke patient, 2008 - present...From the inside out, learning what a stroke is. From the outside in, reading voraciously everything I could about strokes and other brain injuries & illnesses (BI), and directly communicating with many who have experienced a stroke/s, or have medically studied or treated BIs. My own "phenomenological" experience as a patient with my own study of "evidence-based" healthcare, a near-lifetime of practicing martial arts & meditation, and years of consulting with complex organizations, have collectively provided me with a background and skillset for which I could never have prepared, but for which I'm grateful daily.
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