Lifestyles Magazine has profiled Genesis10 CEO Harley Lippman in the article, “Remember, Regenerate, Repeat—Tech CEO Harley Lippman’s Generosity Affects the Past, Present and Future.” The article, written by Linda Banks, is in the publication’s January 2018 issue.
The article describes Lippman’s work as a member of the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad. With this group, he helps to identify mass graves in Poland and ensures that the Jewish people buried there are remembered. The article also looks at Lippman’s work with an orphanage in Cambodia. There, he takes care of the children’s food, clothing and education.
“One of the most important things you need to do to be a good person is to do something for someone who cannot say thank you,” Lippman said in the article.
The article also profiles Lippman’s career and the story of his founding of Genesis10 including his thoughts on domestic outsourcing, the firm’s Veterans program and its G10 Associates Program (college hire).
“You want to build a career so you can have a good life, enjoy what you’re doing, raise a family, have children and all that certainly consumes—for good reason—most people,” he added. “But I always felt that making money was only useful to the point that I could do something to help others with it.”
Read the Lifestyles Magazine article, “Remember, Regenerate, Repeat—Tech CEO Harley Lippman’s Generosity Affects the Past, Present and Future.”