Adam Canter, Director of Advanced Career Education, and Mendy Marshall, Director of Adult Education, Discuss Their Programs
Adam Canter is a business development executive with 20 years of experience in sales and customer success, having successfully grown revenues while forging strategic alliances.
He currently serves as Tribal Natural/Resource Director for Wiyot Tribe and his work has provided opportunities for environmental justice and Indigenous land reclamation.
Early Life and Education
HUNTINGTON, WVa (WSAZ) — Education can open doors to success regardless of age or income level. Adam Canter from Advanced Career Education and Mendy Marshall from Adult Education joined us today to talk about their programs.
Cantor launched his radio career with the NBC program Time to Smile, followed by Pabst Blue Ribbon Show and eventually Chase and Sanborn Hour where he served as an emcee until 1950. On these shows he would introduce musical acts, star guests, as well as comical characters such as Maxie the Taxi.
On this episode of Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell interviews Adam Canter, botanist with the Table Bluff Natural Resources Department. Together they discuss cultivation of indigenous plants and land stewardship.
Adam Canter is a board-certified urologist and cancer specialist working for Georgia Urology’s Midtown and Riverdale offices. As leader of their Advanced Prostate Cancer Team he oversees treatment for advanced prostate cancer as well as having written numerous peer-reviewed scientific publications and textbook chapters.
Since 2014, he has served as Natural Resources Director with the Wiyot Tribe Natural Resouces Department. In this position, he oversees research and grants designed to preserve culturally significant plants while returning forestland back to Wiyot citizens for traditional land management practices.
He is also an accomplished jazz musician, having performed at Reverie, Jazz Central, Black Dog and the Icehouse as well as teaching at Twin Cities Jazz Workshop. Additionally, he has recorded with and performed with various groups such as KC Big Band, JazzMN and Pete Whitman’s X-tet.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Canter is an esteemed professional who has received multiple awards and honors throughout his career. He has worked at Lingo Live, Pitney Bowes, and Borderfree; additionally he has pursued numerous entrepreneurial ventures.
He has hosted the NBC radio show Time to Smile and served as emcee of Take It or Leave It, in addition to recording for various small labels. Currently residing in Ohio with his wife and family.
Adam Canter and Leighton Meester have been married since 2014. The two met while working on shows together and quickly progressed from being friends into more.
Meester is an accomplished singer and actress with multiple credits to her name. She has appeared in multiple films and television shows as well as being recognized for her voiceover work.
She is most well-known for her role as Elizabeth on the Fox show Lie to Me since its premiere in 2014. Since 2014 she and Adam have shared one daughter named Arlo Day and are looking forward to welcoming a second baby shortly. They both enjoy surfing together when time allows; both reside in Los Angeles, California. Elizabeth also enjoys knitting and mahjong playing as hobbies.
Adam Canter is estimated to be worth an estimated net worth of $100 Million. As an American entrepreneur, Adam founded Ordermark – an online ordering solution for restaurants which allows them to consolidate orders from third-party delivery services and POS systems – as well as working closely with pediatric specialists to identify low-income families of children battling serious illness, offering free meals.
He founded his business from within his Los Angeles deli, established since 1931 and featured on an episode of “Mad Men”. To solve an issue plaguing his business, he created this platform as a solution.
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