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Artie Isaac

I came back at the age of 30 in 1990. At that time we came back in order to raise our children. We were living in New York and we didn’t want to raise sophisticated, world class kids, we wanted to raise children. So we came back to Columbus where it’s flat and you can see than and call them home to dinner. I still think it was a really great decision. It’s a good place to raise kids.

“We know that people are different but we don’t embrace it.”
I believe that we tolerate but we don’t accept. We know that people are different but we don’t embrace it. We roll up our windows, or put some landscaping between us and them. We believe in live and let live, but we don’t go to their weddings and we don’t have them over for dinner.

Artie Isaac has worked for more than 30 years with highly creative people, addressing challenges and opportunities facing more than 1,000 companies.
He lives in Bexley, Ohio.

Jim Coe

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Featured in Columbus Monthly magazine

Featured in Columbus Monthly magazine