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Samuel Lewis
Chief Executive Officer and
Founder T.H.E. Corporation

Primary Executive Trainer and Contract Negotiator.
Spear-Heads Condominium Association Re-organization and Training.
Recruit and Train Over-Seas Staff as Corporate Representatives.
Develops and Implements Necessary Marketing Strategy.

Business Technical Management (BSTM) Degree from DeVry University.

Associates Degree from Maryland University European Division.

Lived and Work in Germany 4 Years for the U.S. Government as a Civilian Employee.

E-mail: slewis@thecorpchicago.com
Phone: 708-785-6660

About Sam Lewis

Samuel Lewis has over two years experience as acting C.E.O. of T.H.E. Corporation. He initiates and participates in the planning of new projects and ensures that project are viable business ventures. Some of his duties includes: recruiting and training new executives on the implementation of services and products offered by T.H.E. Corporation. He works together within teams to increase the team’s cohesion and motivation that is need to develop this successful new business with unique vision on supporting the community. Mr. Lewis is partnered with legal and financial professionals to guarantee clients issues are addressed in a fast and concise fashion. He has studied Illinois State Statue on condominium law and By-laws to ensure superior service to condominium owners. By utilizing over 20 years of inter-personal and intra-personal communication skills Mr. Lewis is able to engender positive change and increase cooperative relations between our clients within the United States and outside the country.

Samuel Lewis has traveled extensively through Eastern Europe to draft, review, and negotiate contracts with suppliers to ensure our clients here in the States receive the best products at the lowest possible prices. By speaking functional German Mr. Lewis makes it possible to communicate with individuals in Eastern Europe that may not speak very good English thus building a relationship of respect and trust.

Prior to his starting T.H.E. Corporation Samuel Lewis worked with the board of the Recovery Resource Center (RRC). A non-for-profit organization dedicated to helping disadvantaged people in the community with a focus on supporting women with children. Mr. Lewis was a part of the project planning and implementation process on programs designed to meet the charted goals of the Recovery Resource Center (RRC).

Samuel Lewis has service over 4 years in the United States Army as an experienced signal support systems specialist. Operating and maintaining Frequency Hoping Fm Communication Equipment (singars), Multiple Subscriber Communications Equipment (MSCE), Lans, Tactical Satellite communication equipment, Global Positioning equipment, and secure electronic communications scrambling equipment. He has over 4 years training and experience in physical security. He has 10 years experience in creative tactical problem solving, multi-tasking, and problem solving within highly stressful environments to obtain mission objectives. Mr. Lewis is accustomed to extensive travel within the military and alone in many countries: to include western and eastern Europe.

Security Clearance: Secret


Feuer-werke, Mannheim, Germany
Head of security, 2001-2002
A company 67th Garrison Base Support, Ft. Ord, California
Logistic Support Specialist, 1993-1994
Headquarter Company 4th battalion 17th Infantry Regiment U.S. Army, Ft. Ord, California
Signal Support Systems Specialist, 1990-1993
DeVry University, Chicago Illinois
Areas of Studies and Classes Completed, 2005-Present
Triton College, River Grove, Illinois
Areas of Studies and Classes Completed, 2004-2005
University of Maryland European Division, Mannheim Germany campus
Areas of Studies and Classes Completed, 1998-2000
Monterey Community College, Monterey California
Classes completed, 1991-1992










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