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The Diebel Legacy Fund, a small, local charitable organization

Peter Diebel
Posted: July 23, 2014 at 9:25 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Peter Diebel

Peter Diebel, a board member of the Diebel Legacy Fund, a small, local charitable organization, but one which has impacted their community greatly over the past 12 years joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Peter Diebel discuss the following:

  • What is medical samaritanism and how did you come up with the idea?
  • Where is medical samaritanism needed? Who does it help?
  • Tell us about the Fund and how you got started on this path.
  • How do you support your efforts?
  • What were your greatest challenges in starting the fund, and how did you over come them?

Duration: 15:27

Pete Diebel is a problem solver.  For nearly 20 years that has been his unofficial job description across several industries and at companies ranging in size from the Fortune 50 to start-up.  Today, he uses this problem solving as President of two companies: Zipline Performance, a human resources consulting company, and Zipline Green, a green tech company specializing in sustainable transit.  He volunteers his time as a Board Member of Diebel Legacy Fund and as a coach for his son’s baseball team.

Diebel Legacy Fund


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