When Bob Reina, founder and CEO of Talk Fusion, donated a full $1 million to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, he set a record against 100 years of donations. His community is not the only place celebrating his largess, the buzz is traveling around the world.
Talk Fusion produces video communications, a business where Bob Reina shines. He models a caring life for his employee Associates at Talk Fusion to follow in kind. And it is Bob’s passion for living life on his own terms and helping others do that same that drives his charity work. Few people are as dedicated to the welfare of animals to the same legendary level Bob Reina is.
It is company culture to generously donate back to the community. This came out of CEO Bob Reina’s philosophy of becoming a Servant Leader. He had this to say on that subject: “It’s about having a selfless heart and lending a helping hand to reach out and change lives… Giving back is more than a philosophy at Talk Fusion, it’s the corporate culture… With great success comes greater responsibility.”
The culture set by Bob Reina when he founded Talk Fusion is very much one of being connected with the community, and ‘the community’ means the people of the whole Earth. He promotes ‘speaking for those with no voice.’ He puts this philosophy into action in his personal life too. He is a regular and very generous contributor to Lakeland’s Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) and the Hillsborough County Animal Services (HCAS).
Not surprisingly, you can often find Bob in his office accompanied by his best furry friend, Bindi. She is a rescue dog with three legs, the result of an unfortunate encounter with an alligator. Bob committed to her surgeries and recovery at some expense. Now Bindi is the de facto company mascot. All of Talk Fusion management and most of their world wide Associates contribute to some type of animal rescue, recuperation and veterinary surgery centers.
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