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The 2018 Power List: Hall of Fame

The 2018 Power List: Hall of Fame

Once you're named the most influential, you deserve a special place. Jim Reeves will join this group of movers and shakers who each earned the number one spot on the Inweekly Power List over the past [...]

Power List 2017: Hall Of Fame

Power List 2017: Hall Of Fame

Once you’re named the most influential, you deserve a special place. Rishy Studer will join this group of movers and shakers, who’ve each earned the number one spot on the Inweekly Power List [...]

The Buzz 3/23/17

The Buzz 3/23/17

No Balkanization State Rep. Frank White told Inweekly he doesn't support Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward's request that the Triumph funds be allocated to counties and cities in Northwest [...]

The Buzz 7/7/16

The Buzz 7/7/16

Prescription for City Boards Quint Studer, local developer and founder of the Studer Group, discussed on "Pensacola Speaks" how the City of Pensacola could improve its boards and advisory committees. [...]

Outtakes—A Bold, New Vision

Outtakes—A Bold, New Vision

By Rick Outzen The Studer Community Institute (SCI) has gradually redefined its focus over the past year, and in doing so has come up with a new vision for our community. Quint Studer, who funded [...]

A New Day for Children’s Healthcare

A New Day for Children’s Healthcare

By Rick Outzen On May 3, Sacred Heart broke ground on its regional children’s hospital and announced the facility will be named for the Studer family. David Sansing, chair of the board of [...]

Quint Studer: Leading Change

Quint Studer: Leading Change

By Rick Outzen On March 1, Quint Studer kicks off his retirement from the company he founded, Studer Group, with a free community workshop to be held at WSRE’s Jean & Paul Amos Performance [...]

Outtakes—Conversation Starter

Outtakes—Conversation Starter

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Quint and Rishy Studer announced their “Be the Bulb Challenge” to provide $50,000 for the best proposals to improve Escambia County’s kindergarten readiness [...]

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