Kent Crook is a family man, successful business owner and serial entrepreneur. Since the age of 15 when he opened his first company, KC Enterprises, Kent has seen his share of failures and successes. His success has allowed him to contribute his time, energy, resources and funding to our community. Get Ready! Kent will be sharing his testimony about how he stayed God focused and driven to build many of his multi-million dollar businesses.
Tax planning tips for owners of pass-through entities (S-Corporation, Partnerships and LLC)
Are you concerned that your business is missing out on the benefits of the Trump Tax Cut? KSDT is sponsoring a free interactive session to explain some of the key features available and how the benefits can be maximized.
Journalism teacher, Elizabeth Cardenas, will discuss ways that your business can get involved in education through partnerships and internships and how your involvement can reach young people for Christ.
Elizabeth Cardenas has been teaching for 27 years. Currently, she advises Felix Varela Sr. High School’s newsmagazine and literary magazine and is the department chair at her school for Electives. She is also the Summer Youth Internship Program liaison for her school. She was Teacher of the Year at Varela and Florida’s Journalism Teacher of the Year in 2010.
Fired Up For Jesus!
Come join us on Wednesday, October 17th at 11:30 a.m. to hear from fellow Christian Rick Cook, Fire Chief EFO, CFO, Retired, to learn how his faith has informed his 33-year career with the Coral Gables Fire Department.
Chief Cook is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and Miami Dade College as well as the National Fire Academy. He served as Emergency Manager for the City of Coral Gables and directed operations from Hurricane Andrew.
He and his wife, Shelley, are long-time members of Old Cutler Presbyterian Church where he serves as Elder and Clerk of the Session. They have 3 adult sons.