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Kiesha has been a construction project manager of 17 plus years experience with extensive operational knowledge including financial management, schedule and material/labor resource management and team collaboration. I have worked for large to small general contractors as well as a small consulting firm.
Kiesha's professional experience is primarily in commercial, multi-use residential and institutional construction management. Projects of note include the Baltimore NFL Stadium currently known as M&T Bank Stadium for the Baltimore Ravens, Court Building B for DC Superior Court, 22 West Condominiums, Network Solutions Headquarters relocation, Westory Annex Office Building, Hilton Washington Hotel Renovation, Hayes Street Apartments, Rosedale Community Center and the USAID Design Mobility Lab Tenant Improvement in the Ronald Reagan Building for International Trade.
She also serve as a board member for Sarah’s Circle which is an independent living senior resident community in the Adams Morgan section of Ward 1 in Washington, DC serving extremely low income senior citizens.
Kiesha is very active in my church, First Baptist Church of Glenarden, and participate with various ministry including Prosperity Partners, Sisters in Discipleship and Willing Workers.
She a native of Washington, DC and a graduate of the historic Paul Laurence Dunbar Senior High School. Also, she enjoys traveling, reading, attending live concerts and performing arts, going to the cinema, volunteering with my church, professional organization and Sarah’s Circle as well as visiting museums and other historical places.
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When people think of spring cleaning, they tend to think of the physical clutter they need to remove from their homes or apartments. Did you know that your mind can become cluttered with negative thoughts and beliefs? When your mind is cluttered, you can't reach your full potential--you're not able to focus and are easily distracted, and your thoughts are limited and cause you to feel weighed down; as a result, you're constantly stressed out and feel as if you're not able to accomplish anything. Tune in as we discuss how our minds become cluttered and the types of solutions for removing the clutter from your mind.
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In 2003, Stacy Kennedy was rapidly climbing the ladder of corporate success… but going in the wrong direction.
After spending many years getting her accounting degree and CPA license, corporate America became her life. Stacy learned how to tackle chaos within companies and create systems to turn them around financially and operationally. She knew there had to be more to life than a 60+ hour a week job where her efforts built shareholders’ wealth, rather than her own.
Struggling financially, mired in student loan debt and feeling like she was missing out on life, Stacy was introduced to the world of real estate investing.
Over the next several years, Stacy started educating herself on multiple ways to invest in real estate and became an expert in creative financing. She acquired a masters degree from the School of Hard Knocks and found herself being drawn to working in the area of multi family real estate and property management.
Stacy Kennedy is a CPA, Multli-family investor nationwide and investor trainer. Over time and through the school of hard knocks, she applied her corporate learned systems and professional training to develop her “Letter of Intent” to protect her when acquiring underperforming properties.
For listeners of CREPN Radio, Stacy is providing this Letter of Intent for FREE!
Gazans refuse to lease apartment buildings to Hamas. Gazans tried to get Hamas out of their residential areas out of fear of Israeli bombing [if big bad Israel kills Arabs in Gaza indicriminately, as what Pallywood propagandists say, then why is the fear of an Israeli bombing getting them to get rid of Hamas? Answer is because Israel doesn't target civilians]. Musa Abu Marzook, political leader of Hamas, says that it's worrying that Gazans won't allow themselves to be used as human shields anymore and blames it on the fictious "occupation" [never mind that Israel left Gaza in 2005]. He had the gall to say that "Palestinians" should be indebted to the "resistance fighters" i.e. the terrorists. For what? For using them as human shields and for firing rockets from their residential neighborhoods? For lynching any Arab who doesn't support their terrorist agenda by just saying that they're "colalborators" of Israel? In this episode, I will analyze the situation of Gazans demanding that Hamas leave their residential area and Mazook's full of crap responses that only far leftist morons and other Pallywood dummies could believe.
Nathan and Jon are joined by Mark Debonis, to talk apartments. Nathan Jazz Rants about how ridiculous door men are.
Follow @NathanMacintosh @jonfatigate @TheMarkDeBonis and @StandUpNYLabs. Go to www.StandUpNY.com to see when Nathan is performing live at Stand Up NY. Listen to all our other great podcasts at www.StandUpNYLabs.com
Grab your mother, daughter or BFFs and hit the City of Lights in this special Travel Brigade episode focusing on a Girlfriend’s Getaway that takes in all of the hottest trends in Paris. We’ve got interviews with experts on what’s happening in the arts scene, cool neighborhoods to hang out in, restaurants to try and unique spa experiences you’ll love. We’ll even tell you how to rent your own apartment in the city for your next trip so you can feel like a local. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
Girls Guide to Paris
Chef Justin Kent
O' Kari Hammam
Grace Teshima Gallery
Muse of Paris - Apartment in St Germain des Pres
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Guest Brent Sobol of Sobol Realty and Legacy Community Housing Corporation provides insight into crime problems in apartment commuities, stories about properties he has successfully turned to crime free, and steps that landlords and management can implement to change their property from a crime zone to a crime FREE zone.
Brent has ownership in 3000 units and is actively engaged in the daily operation and management of property in Atlanta, GA. Brent's non profit organization promotes respectable affordable housing as well as educates the apartments industry on crime free housing best practices.
Brent is active in Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement and other service organizations, Brent was the recipient of the J.C. Penney United Way Volunteer of the Year Award as well as the Congressional Silver Medal for over 500 hours of volunteerism. In 2007 and 2008, Brent was a back to back winner of the highest professional honor in the apartments industry, the National Apartment Association (NAA) Paragon Award. In 2009, the Atlanta Police Department bestowed upon Brent the first ever Citizen of the Year Award for pioneering efforts to reduce crime and create safer neighborhoods in Southwest Atlanta.
Brent is a third generation real estate professional, Brent holds a Georgia real estate license and is a member of the Atlanta Apartment Association, Atlanta Jaycees, Washington University Regional Alumni Board. He has taught real estate investing and property management to numerous groups and in conjunction with the Georgia Real Estate Investors Association and NAA.
Home buying advice from a Pro! Is now the right time to purchase a home? Need some help with your mortgage? Find out information on recent home sales. Which way to go talking about Apartments vs. Townhomes vs. Condos? Join us as we talk with Ms. Catherine Thomas of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
The Casuals were born one spring evening in 1965 accidentally. You see, they were ejected from a house party in Northwest, DC. What are they up to today? Join us as we talk about their new release "Never Gonna Let You Go". That's just one of the breathtaking tunes on the new CD entitled "Good Old Days" The CD is available for downloads at www.skipmahoneyandthecasuals.com and cdbaby.com.
HARMINI grew up in the projects of Riverview Apartments in Elmira, NY. Both Harmini and his brother were raised by their mom who was a single parent struggling [with Tourettes Syndrome and] on welfare.
At age seven, tragedy struck through a molestation by a local stranger who lived in their complex. This would be the beginning of his personal life spiraling in a downward direction that was soon out of control. As he tells it, “at age ten I began using drugs and was addicted and/or using up to 8 drugs for most of my childhood and teen years. When I was 15, our home was raided by the Elmira PD for drug trafficking; a second raid was conducted by Elmira S.W.A.T. when I was 17. For 12 years I ran the streets with thugs, local gang bangers, rappers, drug dealers and users. As the downward spiral of my life continued, it led to jail, then to prison. I ended up on probation four times during my teenage years and was hooked to the ankle bracelet for one year. I was placed in Glove house twice, rehab twice and was also hospitalized more than a dozen times for drug over dose and suicide attempts, having my stomach pumped several times with black charcoal. I was placed in detention homes, drug programs and respite homes numerous times. My repeated delinquent behaviors as a wayward child built me the reputation of an unreachable heathen without hope for change. All of these activities, including the jail and prison terms, occurred before I was 21 years old.”
Tune in to hear the rest of Harmini’s story and a powerful deliverance that led to what he is successfully doing today to make an impact on this generation through music, visual arts and outreach! You “really” don’t want to miss this interview on Saturday, February 7, 2015 @ 7pm CST.
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Floyd Smith CEO of Petron Energy II, Inc. back on the show, the stock symbol is “PEII” the company is in the oil and gas space
Dr. Patricia Tello TV host of "Patricia Tello en un minuto". Doctor in Natural Medicine. She practices what she calls "The Therapy of Love". Best selling author of theThe Winning Way with Brian Tracy, and soon will be publishing her new book "Quantum Love". The New Medicine, that will be published in both English and Spanish
Tom Skerritt is an award winning actor who has appeared in more than forty films and more than two hundred television episodes since 1962. He is known for his roles in MASH, Alien, Top Gun, A River Runs Through It, Steel Magnolia, and the television series Picket Fences
Lance Edwards #1 best-selling author of How to Make Big Money in Small Apartments. He’s been involved with apartments since 2002. His first real estate deal was a small apartment – a 4-plex he bought nothing down. He’s done deals ranging from 3 units to nearly 300 units. He started part-time while working a demanding corporate job and within 3 years retired from corporate America, thanks to small apartments. He’s been teaching and coaching apartments since 2007. The largest deal he’s done with students is a $11 million flip with 2 students
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This week's show will take a hard look at our living quarters and what we come to get used to vs what we may be forced into getting used to.
Is a house a house as far as you're concerned?
Do people who grow up in houses usually insist on living in houses for the rest of their lives?
Is an apartment an apartment even if it's a housing project?
Is living with someone the same as having your own place as far as you're concerned?
Do we look down on people who rent rooms?
What exactly does being homeless mean to you? Are people who are homeless usually on drugs or crazy? Is it their fault?
How do people look at people who rent vs those who own and what factors influence the decision to do either?
What's up with Section 8 housing? Do you think it's a good program? Do you think that they should be combined with regular renters?
How dot landlords, real estate companies and housing authorities view all oft these situations?
Be sure to check out this very interesting show that will be unlike any other you have heard before.