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On November 23, my guest will be Ann Kayman, Founder and CEO of the New York Grant Company. Before starting her own company, Ann served in the Giuliani and Bloomberg Administrations as Chief of Business Development for the City of New York as Senior Vice President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation. Voted 2009 Enterprising Woman of the Year, she has 14 years' experience in economic development and 27 years' experience as a lawyer, with expertise in commercial leasing, tax, statutory and regulatory compliance, and the administrative process. Ms. Kayman serves on the Boards of Directors of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, the Intelligent Communities Association, and Envirolution.org. She is also Co-Chair of the Manhattan Chamber's Green Finance Subcommittee and serves as an active advocate and spokesperson for many local causes. Ann earned her BA magna cum laude from Barnard College of Columbia University, and her JD cum laude from Case Western Reserve.
On November 30 my guest will be Monica Hammond. Monica is the Director of Marketing for Davenport Theatrical Enterprises, and a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts where she studied at the Atlantic Theatre Company Acting School. She has been working in the theater for over a decade as a performer and marketing professional for Broadway, Off-Broadway and beyond. In 2007 Monica became a founding member of the Attic Theater Company, which continues to produce new plays and relevant classics that examine the American experience with compassion and conviction. It was through the Attic Theater Company that Monica began working in marketing, and has since worked on Broadway shows such as Spring Awakening and It's Only a Play, and Off-Broadway shows Daddy Long Legs (Davenport Theatre), That Bachelorette Show (42West), A Better Place (The Duke), Awesome 80s Prom (42West), Strictly Dishonorable (The Flea), and many more.
On December 7 my guest will be Dina Elardo, the founder and CEO of Notary Public Central, Inc., a corporate training firm based out of Long Island NY. The company has had enormous success conducting Notary Public preparation courses for over a decade. Their growing list of clients includes Fortune 500 companies, governmental institutions as well as numerous community businesses and organizations. Their expanding regions of service take in all of Long Island, the greater New York metropolitan area, Westchester and Buffalo counties.
Dina graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Masters Degree in Business Management from NYIT. As an active member of several related associations, she keeps current on all pertinent legal issues pertaining to Notary Public Laws. She received national recognition for her work from my colleagues in the National Notary Association where she was selected “Special Honoree.” This was a prestigious honor from “the country’s primary informational resource on notarization”. This level of excellence is reflected in her courses, research, and activism at the legislative level. She has been interviewed by WRNW1 – Woman’s Radio Network, a local radio station pertaining to local woman owned businesses. Additionally, she has been written up in Working Mother Magazine, The Women’s Venture Fund and published in Long Island Business News. Furthermore, she has been hired as an expert witness on several fraud cases and continues to do her due diligence for the public at large.
On January 4 my guest will be Harry Prichett whose current career as a certified professional coach is built on his far-ranging experience as a creative force and communicator in several media.
He was a member of the main-stage and touring companies of Chicago City Limits, one of NY’s premier comedy improv groups, and has taught improvisation to both children and adults.
His one-man show, “Work=Pain=Success,” has been performed in NYC, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. The New York Post called it “one of the funniest and most insightful solo vehicles mounted this year.”
He has written and performed comedy for NPR’s “All Things Considered” and co-authored the New York Times bestselling humor books, Bad Cat, Bad Dog and Bad President.
As a voice actor, he has been heard on countless national radio and TV commercials (among them, Dunkin’ Donuts and DirecTV), narrated numerous documentaries, and for 10 years was the voice of The History Channel.
His television comedy pilot, “BSI,” which he starred in, produced, and wrote, won the Hoboken International Film Festival’s “Best TV Pilot.”
In the corporate world Harry has written, produced, directed, and appeared in industrial videos and live presentations for companies such as IBM, Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, and Coldwell Banker.
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