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CALO has been sold!!?
« on: November 15, 2011, 12:24:48 PM »
Originally posted in another thread:

Quote from: "uncle bob"
CALO has been sold!!!!  And I bet Ken Huey just loves that his new owner has an office right next to him!!!!  Why did proficio sell a thriving business... you gotta ask???  So Ken how does it feel that the people under you are constatnly reporting your moves to the outside???  Are you still sending false bills to the local school district and stealing money from students???  I heard your quasi acad director put an end to that!  Do you still pretend CALO is broke so local business give you discounts??? My source says you are bringing in $500,000 gross a month... what a waste.  God has a "special hell" waiting for people like you- you better enjoy your riches now- you will always have money ken, but never wealth.
Wow. Does anyone have any more details 'bout this?
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Re: CALO has been sold!!?
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2011, 03:46:14 AM »
Confirmed.

Who exactly is this Alex Stavros, and does he quite know what he's gotten himself into?
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Re: CALO has been sold!!?
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2011, 04:38:37 AM »
Oh man. This is great stuff if you know how to read between the lines.

Here's Alex Stavros. Extremely good odds it's the same guy. Here's proof that he just graduated from Stanford.

So, this new graduate from Stanford comes out feeling like a million bucks, gets someone to loan him more than that much, and promptly blows it on the worst investment he could possibly make short of betting on professional wrestling.

Then, if you read the later CALO blog posts, you can tell that upper management is either jumping ship or he's throwing them out to replace them with his friends. You can bet your left nut Ken hates this fucker with a passion.

I find it absolutely hilarious that some dipshit with an MBA and no clues is doing what Proxied never could.
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Exciting Changes
« Reply #3 on: November 22, 2011, 12:05:31 PM »
Quote from: "Pile of Dead Kids"
Confirmed.

Who exactly is this Alex Stavros, and does he quite know what he's gotten himself into?
Here's that CALO blog post, for posterity's sake...

Incidentally, the former "majority partner," just in case it isn't clear, is/was Proficio. See also fornits thread of same name: Proficio

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CALO Blog
Exciting Changes
November 3, 2011 00:17 by Ken

Dear CALO Parents, Guardians, and Friends,

I am writing to you today to inform you about some exciting developments at CALO.

Many of you know that Landon, Nicole, Rob, and I have a minority ownership stake in CALO. Our majority partner has always been largely silent and lets us run the business as we see fit. They provided some back-office support for us in billing and IT systems over the years and otherwise stayed largely in the background. There has been much to recommend such an arrangement given the autonomy we have enjoyed, with support as needed. We have always known that at some point our partner would like to sell their ownership and that time has come. The really great news is they have let Landon, Nicole, Rob and I be a vocal part of that process and together we have found what we believe is the perfect partner for CALO’s future. The name of our new investment and operating partner is Lia Capital. Lia Capital is headed by Alex Stavros. Alex has an MBA from Stanford that will provide us with tremendous in-house talent relative to business growth and financial stability. He also has the right heart and life experience to be part of our mission. Alex has moved to the lake and will work at CALO with oversight in many areas. He, Landon, Nicole, Rob, and I will be the guiding force behind growth and innovation at CALO. He will be impossible to miss if you come to our campus. Please say hello and give him a warm welcome. As you can tell, we are very excited about our future with Alex and grateful to have him on our team.

Warmest wishes as the holidays draw near,                                                                                      

Ken

Tags: change, owners, growth, business development
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Alex Stavros Of Lia Capital Is New Partner At CALO
« Reply #4 on: November 22, 2011, 12:25:11 PM »
A slightly expanded (and better formatted) version of that blog post appeared as a Breaking News piece on StrugglingTeens.com:


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Breaking News
Nov 14, 2011, 14:11

Change Academy Lake of the Ozarks
Lake Ozark, MO


Alex Stavros Of Lia Capital Is New Partner At CALO

Contact:
Ken Huey, PhD, CEO
Founder
866-459-1364
http://www.caloteens.com

November 11, 2011

(A letter from CEO and founder of CALO, Ken Huey):

Dear CALO Parents, Guardians, and Friends,

I am writing to you today to inform you about some exciting developments at CALO.

Many of you know that Landon Kirk, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Director/COO/ co-founder, Nicole Fuglsang, MA, LPC, NCC, Director of Public Relations and Business Development/co-founder, Rob Gent, MA, LPC, Assistant Clinical Director and I have a minority ownership stake in CALO.

Our majority partner has always been largely silent and lets us run the business as we saw fit. They provided some back-office support for us in billing and IT systems over the years and otherwise stayed largely in the background. There has been much to recommend such an arrangement given the autonomy we have enjoyed, with support as needed. We have always known that at some point our partner would like to sell their ownership and that time has come.

The really great news is they have let Landon, Nicole, Rob and I be a vocal part of that process and together we have found what we believe is the perfect partner for CALO's future.

The name of our new investment and operating partner is Lia Capital. Lia Capital is headed by Alex Stavros. Alex has an MBA from Stanford that will provide us with tremendous in-house talent relative to business growth and financial stability. He also has the right heart and life experience to be part of our mission. Alex has moved to the lake and will work at CALO with oversight in many areas. He, Landon, Nicole, Rob, and I will be the guiding force behind growth and innovation at CALO. He will be impossible to miss if you come to our campus. Please say hello and give him a warm welcome. As you can tell, we are very excited about our future with Alex and grateful to have him on our team.

CALO is a co-ed, residential treatment center for teens struggling with issues of trauma and attachment. They work within their beautiful environment and are widely known for using Golden Retrievers to teach lessons of "transferable attachment" to students.


© Copyright 2012 by Woodbury Reports, Inc.
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Re: CALO has been sold!!?
« Reply #5 on: November 22, 2011, 08:15:07 PM »
bahahahaha! it also sayz on the blog how caleb cottles has been replaced man oh man they got rid of that guy finally. i figured hed be toast soon enough since the kids fuckin hated him
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Changes in the Leadership Team
« Reply #6 on: November 22, 2011, 10:09:09 PM »
Quote from: "Pile of Dead Kids"
...if you read the later CALO blog posts, you can tell that upper management is either jumping ship or he's throwing them out to replace them with his friends. You can bet your left nut Ken hates this fucker with a passion.

I find it absolutely hilarious that some dipshit with an MBA and no clues is doing what Proxied never could.
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bahahahaha! it also sayz on the blog how caleb cottles has been replaced man oh man they got rid of that guy finally. i figured hed be toast soon enough since the kids fuckin hated him
Yep, here's that blog post, from yesterday:

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CALO Blog
Changes in the Leadership Team
November 21, 2011 18:12 by Ken

Hello CALO friends and families,

In an earlier email and press release we announced Alex Stavros and his partnership with the CALO team. Thank you to so many who responded so positively. It has been an exciting time for our organization. Growth and opportunity are central to how we think and what we do at CALO. Our ambition is to be the world class leader in trauma-informed treatment of youth. Every step we take is meant to take us closer to that goal.

With that in mind, I am happy to announce that we have created a new administrative position and added two wonderful people to our leadership team. We have added the position of Registrar to our Academic Department and Abby Mayer has just moved into that role. You will continue to interface with her relative to transcripts, credits, treatment team summaries, and IEPs.

Moving into the role of Academic Director is Krista Allison. Krista comes to us from Florida where she has completed all her coursework and other requirements for a Ph.D. in Education. She is currently working on her dissertation, which is focused on residential treatment. Her master’s thesis focused on attachment. Krista has a number of years of experience working in a residential treatment setting. She also has worked as a grant writer and in other venues where attention to detail and a need to understand the big picture have been a necessity. With her skills we foresee great things on the horizon in our Academic Department.

Chris Allison is also joining us from Florida. He is taking over for the wonderful Caleb Cottle, our former Program Director, who has gone back to school to complete an MBA. Chris comes to us with great energy and passion and is a natural in our setting. Chris has lots of leadership experience in business environments where he has overseen the training and management of large groups of teen and college student employees. Chris is, to the core, a compassionate human being with the personality to connect with almost anyone around him. We are extremely pleased he has agreed to join us. He will oversee all aspects of our milieu and all our residential coaches will answer to him.

With these additions, our leadership team is complete and is more experienced than ever. Please welcome these new additions to the CALO family.

Warmest wishes to all,

Ken

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Students Struggle for Words
« Reply #7 on: November 23, 2011, 11:14:40 AM »
Quote from: "Pile of Dead Kids"
Oh man. This is great stuff if you know how to read between the lines.

Here's Alex Stavros. Extremely good odds it's the same guy. Here's proof that he just graduated from Stanford.

So, this new graduate from Stanford comes out feeling like a million bucks, gets someone to loan him more than that much, and promptly blows it on the worst investment he could possibly make short of betting on professional wrestling.
Here's that article:

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The Wall Street Journal
EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
MARCH 3, 2011


Students Struggle for Words
Business Schools Put More Emphasis on Writing Amid Employer Complaints

By DIANA MIDDLETON

Alex Stavros, a second-year student at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, had been pitching an eco-tourism luxury resort idea to potential investors for months, but wasn't getting any bites.

He noticed that investors lost interest after the first few minutes of his presentation, and were slow to reply to emails. So Mr. Stavros enlisted the help of one of Stanford's writing coaches for six weeks to help streamline his pitch. After the instruction, his pitch was whittled down to 64 words from 113, and he dropped three unnecessary bullet points.

"During my consulting career, each slide was a quantitative data dump with numbers and graphs, which I thought proved I had done the work," he says. "Now, my presentations are simpler, but more effective."

While M.B.A. students' quantitative skills are prized by employers, their writing and presentation skills have been a perennial complaint. Employers and writing coaches say business-school graduates tend to ramble, use pretentious vocabulary or pen too-casual emails.

Meanwhile, the Graduate Management Admission Council, which administers the Graduate Management Admission Test, says average essay scores on the GMAT fell to 4.4 out of 6 in 2010, from 4.7 out of 6 in 2007.

Writing quality is difficult to measure and it's unclear why it may be slipping. According to a GMAC spokesman, the drop in test scores may be partly attributable to an influx of international applicants taking the exam. In the 2009-2010 testing year, 136,918 international students took the GMAT, up 35% from 2007, GMAC says.

Sharon Washington, executive director of the National Writing Project in Berkeley, Calif., says U.S. high schools and undergraduate programs have de-emphasized writing instruction. "The good news about texting is that at least people are writing more," Ms. Washington says.

At employers' urging, many schools are taking steps to try to improve their students' writing. The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania plans to double its communication coursework to 12 classes starting in 2012. Last fall, all first-year students competed in a mandatory writing competition, which asked students to write short pieces in response to prompts. It will become a fixture in the new curriculum.

The University of Rochester's Simon Graduate School of Business hired two writing coaches last fall after employers complained about graduates' writing skills, says dean Mark Zupan.

And Northeastern University's College of Business Administration also ramped up its focus on writing instruction last fall: Many students' papers are now double-graded by the professor and the writing coach.

Former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Arthur Levitt, long an advocate of "plain English" in business and government, says business writing is usually incomprehensible to readers. "It lacks color and nuance, and it's not terribly interesting to read," he says.

M.B.A. students often have to unlearn bad behavior, such as using complicated words over simple ones, says Carter Daniel, business communication programs director at Rutgers Business School. Students might use the word "edifice" instead of "building," for example.

One of the shortest writing assignments at Northeastern is one of the most frequently bungled. For the Marketing and Customer Value class students must write, in fewer than 150 words, a compelling email convincing executives to implement a marketing and pricing strategy.

Students rarely get to the point, says Bruce Clark, writing coordinator for the M.B.A. program. "The first sentence should begin with, 'The single most important issue here is.' You'd be amazed how few students do that," he says.

Writing affects students after they graduate, too. According to managers at packaged food company General Mills Inc., which hires roughly 50 M.B.A. graduates a year, business-school graduates are data-savvy but don't always communicate marketing research effectively.

New M.B.A. hires "tend to talk about their analytical methods to show they are good at their jobs," says Angela Rassi, a marketing manager on General Mills' recruiting team. "What we really want to talk about are the implications of the research."

M.B.A. students are often challenged when they have to adapt their writing for multiple audiences, says Keisha Smith, global head of recruiting for investment bank Morgan Stanley. Research associates are encouraged to develop their own voice when writing opinionated recommendations on stocks, but they sometimes have trouble presenting information in emails to clients. Some tend to write long emails when only a short list is needed, she says. At Morgan Stanley, managers look over new hires' emails before they're sent out to clients, she says.

Writing is also closely monitored at consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., where new hires fresh out of business school aren't permitted to work on a written proposal alone until they have perfected the craft, says Chris Carlson, senior associate for university recruiting. And while new M.B.A. hires exchange upwards of 200 emails a day, he still spots some that read like text messages. "They're not in complete sentences," he says.

At Rochester, the writing classes are not given grades. Students are given either a passing or failing mark. "I have mixed feelings about the fact that it's pass or fail," says Rochester student Jonathan Han. "On one hand, it eases the stress of having to do perfectly on every assignment, but it reduces the incentive to take it as seriously."

Not all students view writing coaching as important. When Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management offered a choice of electives to its executive M.B.A. students, it offered a writing class, as well as an oral communication class. While students jumped at the speech class, not enough students signed up for the writing class for the school to offer it, says Douglas Stayman, associate dean for M.B.A. programs.

Write to Diana Middleton at diana.middleton@wsj.com


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Lia Capital Partners
« Reply #8 on: November 27, 2011, 12:00:12 AM »
Who/What is LIA Capital Partners?

The term "Capital Partners" would appear to be critical ... in differentiating themselves from the Libyan Investment Authority, another family business that also goes by the shorthand moniker of "LIA."  :D

From their LinkedIn profile:


    LIA Capital Partners

    Based in Menlo Park, California, Lia Capital is a privately held, operator-led entrepreneurial investment firm seeking to acquire and actively manage a small to medium sized business. The firm seeks to invest in companies with annual revenues from $5 to $50 million and cash flow greater than $1.5 million. Lia Capital's unique structure and goals offer the owner/operator an attractive alternative to traditional exit options. Lia Capital contributes a compelling combination of capital and managerial expertise to ensure the continued success of the acquired company.[/list]
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    Alex Stavros - LinkedIn profile
    « Reply #9 on: November 27, 2011, 07:07:56 PM »
    Here's Alex Stavros' LinkedIn profile... His company website is still noted as being that of Cambridge Associates. Moreover, no years are specified for his educational background. No disrespect intended, but... is Stavros trying to obscure the fact that he's still, perhaps, a lil green?

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    Drew Alexis Stavros
    Entrepreneur and Investor
    San Francisco Bay Area | Investment Management

      Current
      • Managing Partner at Lia Capital Partners
      Past
      • Board Fellow at Monterey Bay Aquarium
      • Associate Director of Operations, Firm Wide Management at Cambridge Associates LLC
      • Volunteer at Boston Rescue Mission
      • Volunteer at Miriam's Kitchen
      • Investment Funds at Overseas Private Investment Corporation
      • Capitol Hill at Office of U.S. Rep. Jim Ramstad
      Education
      • American University
      • Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, American School of Lima
      • Stanford University Graduate School of Business
      Connections 500+ connections

      Websites
      [/li][/list][/size]
      Drew Alexis Stavros's Summary

        Alex was raised in Lima, Peru the son of missionaries and is happily married to his wife, Maria-Paz, of many years. They live with their first child, a sweet girl named Lia, and their two small dogs: Pancho and Luna.

        Alex gained meaningful leadership and operations experience working directly for the President and COO of a premier global investment advisory firm. At this company Alex had exposure to and responsibility in all corporate areas from recruiting processes and HR systems to marketing analysis and pricing strategies. During this tenure he was responsible for building and directly managing teams of employees; while also leading very large, complex and highly strategic projects including the creation, marketing/selling, and launching of a multi-million dollar business.

        Alex now leads a small private equity fund, which he founded, focused on making acquisitions of mission-driven businesses in the micro-cap space. Alex is a passionate business operator and servant leader. He is motivated to inspire employees to become highly productive, engaged and empowered participants. And he is excited about leading and growing mission-driven businesses that create enduring shareholder and societal value.

        Alex graduated with Honors from American University with both an Economic Theory and International Relations degree. He also has an MBA and Certificate of Public Management from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. Alex is very entrepreneurial; while at Stanford he worked on four different mission-driven for profit start-ups. Alex believes strongly that business is the most powerful vehicle for driving economic, political, and social change.
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      Drew Alexis Stavros's Experience

      Managing Partner
      Lia Capital Partners

      Privately Held; 1-10 employees; Investment Management industry
      2011 – Present (less than a year)

      Founded Lia Capital Partners, an entrepreneurial investment firm comprised of a group of leading entrepreneurs, business executives, and individual investors. Lia Capital’s mission is to build long term value by acquiring then growing a small privately held business.

      Responsibilities include identifying and sourcing target companies, conducting due diligence, deal structuring, negotiating, financing, and managing the acquired company.

      Board Fellow
      Monterey Bay Aquarium

      Nonprofit; 201-500 employees; Museums and Institutions industry
      November 2010 – June 2011 (8 months)

      Associate Director of Operations, Firm Wide Management
      Cambridge Associates LLC

      Privately Held; 501-1000 employees; Financial Services industry
      2003 – 2009 (6 years)

      Extensive Operational Experience, reporting directly to President and COO and broad executive team to make 1,000+ person global company function more efficiently. Goal was to increase firm's ability to address key strategic issues (e.g. geographic expansion, new capabilities) and difficult transitions (e.g. redesigning processes, reorganizing departments) by strengthening the firm's overall management capabilities.

      Leadership / Management / Team Building

      • Formed, hired, and served as general manager of a global 13-person hedge fund research team.
      • Initiated and oversaw the creation of a 20 person company-wide investment data collection group.
      • Managed 10 Consulting Associates and led the recruiting, training, and professional development teams.
      • Managed small Firmwide Operations team focused on Strategic Project Management.
      • Led significant change initiatives for all of these new groups.

      Strategic Project Management and Analysis

      • Led working groups, comprised of every department head, to change cultural, procedural, and structural aspects of the firm in order to more successfully share knowledge directly with clients.
      • Directed programmers and internal constituents to start an on-line research business.
      • Created and implemented marketing / pricing strategies that brought in many multi-billion dollar institutional investors.
      • Led restructuring of 15-person HR department: created new recruiting department, reengineered administrative processes, and introduced a new applicant tracking and employee self service platform.
      • Conducted segmentation and revenue sensitivity analysis that defined the company’s business model/pricing and increased revenue by $15 million.
      • Created analysis for study resulting in an executive decision not to pursue new business under $50mm in assets.
      • Worked directly with COO on decision to offshore.
      • Held Consulting role serving 18 institutional clients with over $10 billion in investable assets.

      Volunteer
      Boston Rescue Mission

      2006 – 2008 (2 years)

      Emergency Overflow Shelter
      Mediate cross-cultural and racial conflicts. Break up altercations and fights. Handle mentally ill and drugged clients.

      Volunteer
      Miriam's Kitchen

      Nonprofit; 1-10 employees; Nonprofit Organization Management industry
      2004 – 2006 (2 years)

      Latino Homeless Liaison, Soup Kitchen, Washington, DC
      Served as Miriam’s Kitchen’s (a soup kitchen) homeless Latino liaison once a week every Wednesday from 6 to 8 AM.

      Investment Funds
      Overseas Private Investment Corporation

      Government Agency; 51-200 employees; International Trade and Development industry
      2002 – 2003 (1 year)

      Analyzed and reviewed materials on venture capital/private equity fund proposals; designed and modified financial models; prepared written reports on current funds; researched new financial structures and investment vehicles; and performed due diligence on proposed funds

      Capitol Hill
      Office of U.S. Rep. Jim Ramstad

      2001 – 2001 (less than a year) | Washington D.C. Metro Area

      Drew Alexis Stavros's Languages
      • English (Native or bilingual proficiency)
      • Spanish (Native or bilingual proficiency)
      Drew Alexis Stavros's Education
        American University
        BA, Economic Theory and International Relations (Double Major)

        Activities and Societies: Honors: Golden Key International Honour Society | Sigma Iota Rho International Studies Honor Society | Graduated with University Honors. Activities: Kogod Finance Group (Investment Club), Founder and President | Microeconomics Teacher Assistant | Statistics Tutor[/list]
          Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, American School of Lima[/list]
            Stanford University Graduate School of Business
            MBA, General Management

            Activities and Societies: Certificate in Public Management | Co-Founder and VP, Sales Club | Chair - Mastery in Communication Initiative Advisory Group | President - Travel and Hospitality Club | President - Epicureans Club | Member - Christians in Business | Member - Entrepreneur Club | Member - Private Equity Club[/list]
            Drew Alexis Stavros's Additional Information

            Websites:
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            LIA Capital website
            « Reply #10 on: November 29, 2011, 08:45:33 PM »
            Here's something that came up on a google for "lia capital." It would appear to be the new website, not completed as of this post (one currently just gets an "owner login" prompt):


              Lia Capital Partners
              See this Go Daddy InstantPage! http://liacapital.com. Get yours free with a domain name at GoDaddy.com. tel. (202) 262-4530 email. dastavros@liacapital. com ...
              liacapital.com/ - Cached - Similar[/list]
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              Re: CALO has been sold!!?
              « Reply #11 on: December 01, 2011, 03:53:00 AM »
              Would it be a good idea for someone to call him personally and reasonably explain concerns? Who knows, he might decide to clean house, so to speak.
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              Re: CALO has been sold!!?
              « Reply #12 on: February 08, 2012, 01:51:18 PM »
              CALO is becoming a joke. It's becoming unsafe and just unbearable for staff and students together
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              Re: CALO has been sold!!?
              « Reply #13 on: March 16, 2012, 05:51:10 PM »
              Rumor has it that... a number of staff were let go, and the practice of restraints has been on the increase. Anybody care to confirm?
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              Re: CALO has been sold!!?
              « Reply #14 on: July 31, 2012, 02:51:18 PM »
              Just got back from a wonderful visit to the lake....While I was there I heard CALO is so short staffed they are not up to regs with the state...... These frickers jipped me out of almost 1200 buck in pay and the state says they don't have the time to investigate....
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