When we were thinking about what our new organization would look like, back in January, Rick Marini was one of the first people we sat down with, and we couldn’t be more grateful for his guidance back then as well as his continued engagement.
In his interview for this week’s Tuesdays with T4A, he shared his favorite journey, a touching proudest moment, his first political memory, and what he thinks it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.
[img_testimonial author=”Rick Marini” img=”https://www.t4a.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/rick-marini.jpg”]There are smart, passionate and thoughtful people on both sides. There are good ideas on both sides. I don’t expect that a newly minted 3rd party will emerge but I do expect that the next generation will appreciate candidates that don’t have to identify with the full agenda of either side. I don’t vote based on political party – I vote for the candidate that best represents my way of thinking. I expect the younger generation will do the same.[/img_testimonial]