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A 30-minute chat THIS FRIDAY MAY 4TH AT 1P.M. NEW YORK TIME with former VJ/model/actress Anisa Shaikh on what she is up to these days, when and why she left Pakistan, her life in Berlin and coming to New York for a spring semester. The show will be live starting 1:00 p.m. New York Time. Callers and listeners from Pakistan please tune in via the weblink at 10:00 p.m. Friday night for the show.
You can call live on (646) 200-4565 or chat live with her by clicking on the link!!!
Anisa Shaikh started her career at age 17 at Indus Music Television where she co-hosted Cafe Current--a live music show that launched her career as a popular VJ. She went on to pursue modeling, acting and continued hosting shows in Pakistan before leaving for Berlin in 2009 to pursue her Bachelors degree on a fully funded scholarship. Here we talk to her live about her years working in media in Pakistan, getting a scholarship, living outside of Pakistan and what her future plans are.
Anisa Aven, Ten Most Influential Women in Coaching
Anisa Aven is a thought leader in the most profound way. Anisa's most passionate desire is to unite positive thought with conscious capitalism to support our planet through this time of global transformation. She a resume of qualifications a mile long. However, that resume can be summed up in one word. Visionary.
Anisa's willingness to be authentic and transparent as she shares her personal journey and formula for success has garnered her legions of loyal fans. Considered one of the world's top manifestation mentors and a law of attraction icon, Anisa makes complicated Conscious Success principles accessible and easy to use. Simply put, Anisa gets people better than anyone out there and has a lasar focused ability to help those people get what they want.
On the show tonight, our guests will be Sapna Gandhi and Anisa Alamia discussing their series Broad Strokes.
Broad Strokes is a comedic micro-short series with 40 episodes (with most episodes being under 30 seconds). The show is organized by a daily theme and involved five different directors to execute each day's vision. For more information, you can visit their site: http://broadstrokesfilms.com/
Please check out our Kickstarter Project to create a free movie call in line.
Aroc, a motivational lyricist from Rocky Mount, North Carolina, is making a name for himself in a postive way. He has combined his passion for music and self imposed responsibility to the youth to influence and encourage the next generation of entertainers to always stay true to one's self. Aroc came to this realization through personal trials and tribulations coming of age in a ruthless world known as "street life". Instead of becoming a product of his environment, he became more independent and is truly the definition of a workaholic. With the streets as his classroom, Aroc has learned the meaning of hard work and plans to make North Carolina musically p
Nashid Abdul Khaaliq of www.ascertainthetruth.com joins the program along with guest Anisa Abd El Fatah of the National Association of Muslim American Women to discuss some of the myths and misconceptions with Islam and Muslims in America.
Interview date September 12, 2010
Farzanna S. Haffizulla, MD, FACP
Dr. Farzanna Sherene Haffizulla, the 2014-2015 National President of the American Medical Women’s Association, graduated summa cum laude and with University Honors in Molecular Biology and Microbiology from the University of Central Florida. She completed medical school at The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. She founded and opened her own concierge, hybrid medical practice in 2008 after practicing in a traditional setting for 5 years. Her innovative, creative approach to medical practice allows her to efficiently fuse traditional clinical practice with technology.
Dr. Haffizulla was recently featured in “Practice Link” magazine’s Winter 2014 edition featuring her medical practice and work/life balance techniques. Dr. Haffizulla has earned several awards including a Quality First Award from the Florida Healthcare Coalition, a leading physician of the world award from The International Association of Healthcare Professionals and was selected as an outstanding woman in healthcare by the International Women’s Leadership Association.
Dr. Haffizulla served as the President of the South Florida chapter of AMWA and she founded national AMWA’s fellowship program and the Preventive Medicine Task Force. She has also served as the fundraising co-chair and as a member of governance, finance, membership and global outreach committees.
She is also a nationally recognized speaker and expert on work/life balance and published “Harmony of the Spheres: Career, Family and Community” in 2011. She also founded and runs a work/life balance site BusyMomMD.com. She was a guest on several radio shows and has been invited as keynote speaker at several local and national events. She lives in South Florida with her husband Dr. Jason Haffizulla and her four children Zarina, Anisa, Nadia and Adam.
Prostitution is the oldest oppression, not the oldest profession......watch the video on the webpage below....
Now...our conversation begins....tune in as we are joined by Embrace Dignity's Folashade Kornegay, Delores Thrower & Kristina Le Claire to discuss Embrace Dignity's amazing work in South Africa & how YOU can help. To help Kristina get to Africa go to http://www.gofundme.com/get-this-girl-to-africa
Embrace Dignity is a non-profit organization advocating for legal reform to end prostitution and sex trafficking, and offering services and support to women seeking exit, known as ‘Sisters’.
This show & every I Am the Western Woman show's from this day forth are dedicated to the memory of a woman, a dear friend, who embodied that which IS Western Woman, the ever present, ever loved, Anisa Taylor.
Please Join the Traci Kimone show Live on Wednesday Jan 21, 2009, for a special guest! Relationship expert Anisa Aven! Anisa uses the LOA to help others attract ideal Soul Mate.
This show will address, culturural factors and stereotypes that may prevent you from moving forward and being able to have the relationship your heart desires!
This show will also talk about the percieved, battlefield in the African American Community with men and women. Why are more Black women less likely to be married. Why do black men fail to commit more often than not, or better yet never marry their "Babies Mother".
Its a new year, let's explore this and have someone on the show that can show you how to permanently BREAK THE CYCLE OF SINGLENESS AND HELP YOU CHOOSE, better situations and circumstances and suitable mates!
Join us now!
Tune in to hear Anisa Palmer talk about breast cancer and how her organization is helping others with the fight. Anisa Palmer, a native of St.Croix, Virgin Islands, graduate of Georgia State University, and Veteran of the United States Army, is the Founder/Executive Director of I Will Survive, Inc.- an organization dedicated to increasing breast cancer awareness through education and providing funding in lower income communities.