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Welcome to Administrative Medicine class five. In order to be successful in this class you will need your required text book and materials.
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Hi Ladies Let's Talk is now Ladies Let's Talk Business.
Most of our episodes are on business and it only seemed natural to add Business to the mix. Don't worry we are still going to talk about our beloved topics at least once a month (Family, Life Skills Wellness).
There is a lot of business going on right now so let's get to it already. Entrepreneurs are you growing? Do you need a little help? Today's show is on having a virtual assistant. Brenda Solano is going to share what you need and why.
We are here every Wed 8:00p to 8:30p PST
About your host: Jeanna Brown New books coming out join us for the launch party.
Autonnette McLaughlin is talking with us about the need for a Virtual Assistant (VA) when growing your business. So one might ask, why do I need a Virtual Assistant and what can a person in this field bring to the table for my business. Well, let's ask Autonnette since she is the Virtual Assistant and this has become her passion to assist business owners in stepping out of the box. Her virtual consulting business, MBS Administrative Services showcases the talents of business owners from around the world.
Quote from the movie Moneyball, Scout: "We're all told at some point in time that we can no longer play the children's game, we just don't...we don't know when that's gonna be. Some of us are told at eighteen, some of us are told at forty, but we're all told."
If you look to continue your dream the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are holding tryouts and take very seriously the use of these one day camps. Assistant GM & Director of Player Personnel Ted Goveia finds these as a rich source of scouting and adding players to his roster. With the NFL Draft a few weeks away not all players will make it, leaving the door open to play professional football in Canada in the CFL.
Goveia joins the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show, to discuss the opportunities the are few and far between at this juncture for many players leaving college or still looking to play the game of football.
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Tonight's special guest is Polly Moore from Atlanta, Georgia, a returning NAASCA family member. Polly is the Executive Administrative Assistant of Angela Williams, Founder of VOICE Today, a non-profit organization whose mission is to break the cycle and silence of child sexual abuse through awareness, prevention, and healing programs. She began volunteering with VOICE Today on July 17, 2012, the day after she broke her silence. She'd found her voice at VOICE Today's support group the night before. Polly grew up with six siblings in Mobile, Alabama, but was only 8 years old when her father died of lung cancer. Soon two neighborhood boys began to molest her, friends of her older twin brothers. A couple of years later she was assaulted by another neighbor and later by her older brother. She was able to break away from the abuse at the age of twelve, but was by then deep in the darkness of isolation. Polly is now a mother and grandmother, and has lived in Atlanta for the past 15 years. She is contemplating returning to finish her final year at Western Carolina University where she majored in Accounting, and has become a devoted advocate for adult survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. Polly says she will forever continue to help fellow adult survivors find their voice and welcome their healing through the working of Angela Williams and VOICE Today.
Dr. Sheldon Feldman is chief of breast surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center and assistant professor of surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons where he oversees the breast cancer surgery program at the Comprehensive Breast Center of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, and work in close collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of radiologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, plastic surgeons and other breast cancer support staff.
Dr. Feldman is helping to pioneer the use of the ductoscope, a tiny endoscope inserted through the patient's nipple used for diagnosis, surveillance and treatment of cancer patients. His research using the device may help lead to a simple test for early diagnosis that could eventually be the equivalent of a Pap smear for breast cancer. Dr. Feldman anticipates that the intraductal approach will ultimately be used to treat early breast cancer as well as ablating the milk ducts to prevent cancer development for high-risk women as an alternative to mastectomy.
A leader in minimally invasive breast cancer surgery, Dr. Feldman was instrumental in developing the transmammary axillary lymph node evaluation (TANE) procedure, which requires only a single incision for lumpectomy and sentinel lymph node biopsy. He is also an expert in oncoplastic skin-sparing and nipple-preserving mastectomy.
His research interests are focused on preventing the disease through a better understanding of environmental toxins linked to breast cancer, including chlorinated pesticides, PCBs and PBDEs, and he is helping to investigate new biopharmaceutical treatments, including green tea extract and vitamin D.
Clayton graduated from Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research (GSSWSR) in 2010 with dual masters in Social Services (MSS) and Law and Social Policy (MLSP). While at GSSWSR, Clayton was a 2009 Ruth Mayden Scholar and was a 2010 Fellow with the Black AIDS Institute’s African American HIV University program. Clayton Ade-Andrew Ruley currently works at Prevention Point Philadelphia (PPP) as the Street-Side Health Project (SHP) Coordinator, an administrative position he has held for four years. In his role, he coordinates and assists clients in receiving free medical care from volunteer medical students and attending physicians from four of the cities major institutions the University of Penn, Drexel University, Thomas Jefferson University and Temple University. Clayton is also co-founder of GeoClan and editor in chief of GeoClan.com, an organization and online magazine about promoting positive social change through education, arts, technology and the empowerment of others. A social worker coming from a family of social workers, Clayton is a social justice advocate and user of media who loves to inform and be informed. A life-long Philadelphia resident, he enjoys rooting on all his Philadelphia sports teams and athletes. Clayton is 36 years old and lives in Philadelphia. Sistahs With Purpose is about being passionate about what we believe in, so don't miss this episode. See ya soon, Why & Yani Call in #773-897-6297
Betsy's work has always gravitated toward the media. A Philadelphia native with a B.F.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, Betsy worked as an account executive for WFIL radio in Philadelphia, and from there went to radio stations WPEN and WFLN. After that, she became a commercial print model and acted in television commercials in Philadelphia and New York. From 1987 to 1999, she worked in Los Angeles at the motion picture and television company Castle Rock Entertainment as the Assistant to the Chairman and CEO. In August '99, she followed her boss to Warner Bros. and became his Executive Assistant, as he assumed the position of President and COO, and stayed until she retired in 2005. Betsy is now writing full time. LoveHuman offers valuable guidance regarding how to find comfort in a world where uncomfortable things happen. It answers questions regarding where you come from, where you are going, and why you are here. The message helps us embrace the world as it is and the people around us as they are—and love whatever that is. Not because it’s a perfect world, but because as we love and accept life as it is, love and acceptance grow.