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Podcast with Robert Childress & Rick Clark

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Robert Childress, founder of the Masters Conference and Wave Software, sat down for a virtual conversation with Rick Clark, Kaylee Walstad and myself (Mary Mack). The first half of the conversation covers Robert’s early eDiscovery career and his founder journey. Stay for the last half where he shares his health journey, including his tumor reducing experimental treatment. Robert is a pioneer on many levels.

Correction: Rick is a consultant that works with Kuro among other industry leading services and technology companies.
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