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The RT Show: Millennials & The Parents Who Love Them

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On this broadcast of The Russ Terry Show:  Live Your Best Life, we explore the Millennial Generation - ie those who are 18-30 years old - and their parents and how some parents think and act like a Millennial and some do not.  Join Russ and his 4 panelists for a thought-provoking discussion!  Callers and chat room participants are welcome and encouraged.

Here are the the panelists:

Mindy Szeto is married with 3 sons - all Millennials - and worked on Wall Street for 20+ years, then made a career change herself to follow her passion. Mindy works helps people come up with a comprehensive approach to integrate health and personal growth into a program for Whole Life Nourishment (www.WholelifeNourishment.com).

Susan Taylor is a 50 something baby boomer & mother of 2 Millennials. She graduated from college, got married and worked at her career for 30 straight years -House, husband, cars, kids. Everything but the white picket fence! She's gone through her own transition recently - kids graduating from college and she left HER longtime career to pursue HER life's passion - launching a professional coaching practice focused on life's transitions.

Liz Mongan lives in Charlottesville, Virginia and is a 2010 graduate of Georgetown University. She works in finance by day and writes a fitness blog, The Rogue Runner, by night. Liz is a runner herself and a CrossFit enthusiast too.

Katanga Johnson is a senior, Philosophy major/Economics minor at Morehouse College.  He was a volunteer missionary at the London 2012 Olympics and is Editor-in-Chief of the Morehouse Business Newsletter, the MBA Today. Born and reared in the Bahamas, Katanga wants to work in Academia and Social Entrepreneurship to empower the young in small island states and improve third-world education.