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12 People You Need to Know

12 People You Need to Know introduces up-and-coming professionals, businesspeople who have relocated and are building their southwest Missouri resumes, instrumental yet behind-the-scenes personnel and notable names with whom readers would like to get up close and personal.

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Jerry Nichols isn’t an actual diplomat, but he travels like one. His business takes him far and wide, crisscrossing the globe to speak with foreign officials. 

One step backward; two steps forward. Paul Taylor knows a thing or two about taking the path less traveled.  

Rachael Jarosh is the new student in charge.

When the call came, John Taylor knew he had to take the offer. It was the kind of smart risk he always had advised his students to take.

Jack Stack is perhaps one of the most well-known businesspeople in the Springfield area’s history. 

A 30-year veteran working in the federal prison system, Linda Sanders has lived in every corner of the United States, and now she has a unique perspective as a law-enforcement leader in the Ozarks.

Crystal Quade has a heart for helping others. Growing up in a low-income family, she knows what it’s like to need that help and not find it. That drive led her toward social work and an ultimate plan to run for office. 

John Martin’s path to Hollywood was set by the time he was knee high.

Here’s a friendly tip for T-shirt vendors: You will not get Tim Clegg’s business.

If not for a musical, Mark Steiner would be in food.

A proponent of kindness to all, Jason Hynson plans to improve on collaboration between other area organizations to further help the people in need. 

Tim Cloyd has been there and done that. 

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