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Live Your Music - Margaux Joy and Guest Mary Ann Maggiore 11/18/15

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I am happy to have Mary Ann Maggiore as my guest for 11/18/15.

Launching young people into adulthood is Mary Ann Maggiore’s passion. Guiding them to finish school, find meaningful work and become independent of their parents is what she has been doing for the last 17 years. Mary Ann Maggiore has successfully launched over 80 young people into adulthood and has guided hundreds of others to the path. Mary Ann has thrilled both national and international audiences with her enthusiastic approaches and modalities that work across all economic and ethnic strata. Mary Ann also created a job school training series called Launch! Mapping a Dream. Making it Real. which brings youth and community leaders together to create dynamic work opportunities for young people. Mary Ann is also the author of the book Raising a Sane and Successful Teen which listed as one of Amazon’s best sellers.

The President of the United States, the California Senate and the California State Assembly, the Center for Volunteer and Non-Profit Leadership have commended her innovative programs and methods. Mary Ann is also the first recipient of the Working Solutions Community Impact Award. Her work has been lauded by the media, including NPR and The Los Angeles Times. Mary Ann has a BA from Swarthmore College as well as a Masters of Divinity from Starr King School for Ministry.

In addition to being a happy mother of two teens who became successful adults, Mary Ann, a former Mayor of Fairfax, Marin County, Is president of Five 4 Five which guides at-risk young people to successful adulthoods. She was Director of Girl Scouts Save the Bay serving over 54,000 girls and has also served as a Chaplain at Marin General Hospital where she counseled patients and their families.

To learn more about Mary Ann Maggiore, visit her website: www.maryannmaggiore.com

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