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If this article doesn’t get your attention about the future of greater Birmingham—nothing will.
We all know how a bathtub works.
Water comes out of a faucet into a tub and as long as the stopper is engaged, the bathtub fills up.
But what happens if there is no stopper?
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Mike Warren, CEO Children’s of Alabama
ComebackTown is published by David Sher to begin a discussion on a better Birmingham.
Today’s guest blogger is Mike Warren. If you’d like to be a guest blogger, please click here.
My name is Mike Warren.
I grew up in Auburn, attended schools there, and graduated from Auburn University. I received my law degree from Duke and I’ve joyfully lived in Birmingham ever since.
My first Birmingham job was with a major law firm and then I joined one of its largest clients, Alabama Gas. I eventually became Chairman and CEO of Energen, Alabama Gas’ parent company.
When I retired from Energen at the end of 2007, I became the CEO of
Children’s of Alabama.
I tell you this to give you a sense of how long I’ve worked in our business community. I’ve witnessed first-hand Birmingham’s wins and some of our biggest disappointments. And though I love Birmingham, I join many others who feel Birmingham has never reached its full potential.
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