RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif., Aug. 21 The entrepreneur leading American Correctional Solutions, the firm ranked # 92 on Inc. Magazines 2009 Fastest-Growing Private Companies list, will appear on CRITICAL MASS: The Radio Show. ACS's President, Barry Goldstein, will be interviewed on LATalkRadio.com's most successful business show on Monday, August 24th from 4:05-4:30pm (on channel 1).
The topic of Monday's interview will be Barry's experiences and lessons learned leading a growing business that provides healthcare to California's inmate population. As host Ric Franzi says, "We're so excited to have Barry on our show because he's a strong entrepreneur and he's built a successful business in a very challenging industry."
Barry has been with American Correctional Solutions since 1985 when he founded the company with his then partner, Dr. Nathan Roth. ACS specializes in the field of on-site comprehensive correctional care in state, county, and federal facilities. Barry's professional staff is working in all 33 of California's prisons, multiple county jails, several youth facilities and Department of Mental Health Hospitals. More information on Barry and ACS can be found at (www.correctionalsolutions.com).
CRITICAL MASS is the Internet's only weekly forum for informed executives, hosted by Ric Franzi and Doug Gfeller, two professional facilitators for CEO PEER GROUPS in Orange County, California. As part of their ongoing commitment to help CEOs and business owners alike "make better more informed decisions", Ric and Doug present their audience with local and national
"thought leaders" both in their "radio round tables" and monthly "peer group" meetings. For more information on the hosts' professional background and services, please visit their website at www.criticalmassforbusiness.com.
CRITICAL MASS: The Radio Show is also available through Apple's popular iTunes music service as a business podcast as well as www.podbean.com and other podcasting services.
For more information on American Correctional Solutions please contact Lisa Fox at #714-538-0200. For more information on CRITICAL MASS please contact Ric Franzi at #949-459-8091.
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