Menner’s career started when he attended Green Mountain College. During his time at college, he met Renée Beaupré-White. After class one day he meet with her, and during the meeting, he told her something he had no plans of doing. Menner told Renée his biggest and most inconceivable dream, working for a railroad company; and what she said he...
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... his or her goals or dreams, let alone by an inspirational business leader. However, because of Matthew Menner, what was once a dream is now a goal.
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