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Everything Mind. Body & Spirit

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Sandee Sgarlata

Sandee Sgarlata


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Join me and special guest Pat Locke as we discuss "Civility and the Mind, Body, Spirit Connection." Pat is President and CEO of LifePlan Services. She is a member of the first class of women to graduate from West Point (USMA) in 1980. USMA was a "fire hose" introduction to the world of leadership, communications, protocol, etiquette, and ethics, which significantly enhanced the "fine" character she acquired growing up in Detroit in the 1970’s. After acquiring such valuable traits, receiving the Key to the City of Detroit, and being featured in many national magazines and newspapers, this was now the perfect opportunity to start effectively giving back. Pat started a foundation, "Seeds of Humanity," to address significant early childhood developmental needs in disadvantaged areas. She received her certification in Montessori instruction by the Association Montessori International (AMI), Washington DC and her Master’s in Education from Loyola in Baltimore, MD. Her passion serves not only adults, but also their children in the crucial core skills of life. She accomplishes this, in part, through the Noble Manners Children’s Etiquette Seminars, the West Point Leadership and Ethics Conferences (high school youth) and National Conferences on Ethics in America (NCEA) (college juniors about to enter the workforce). Since 1995, in both a volunteer and business capacity, she has dedicated her service to help people. From helping corporations to helping children, she is passionate about people acquiring these essential life skills and developing a plan to maintain, increase and pass them on during their "Ascent to Excellence"! Pat is a member of the AICI Civility Counts Project, a campaign that aims to create a civility epidemic (pandemic) across the globe, raising civility awareness. Call in with your questions during the show at 646-200-4690.