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ReShawna Leaven interviews Constance A. Burns, President of National Association of American Veterans, Inc. If you are a veteran or would like to support veterans, this is an epsiode that you don't want to miss. Constance will share her insight and expertise on how her organization assist with veterans and much more.
NAAV is committed to assisting service members and disabled veterans and their dependents, particularly severely wounded warriors and single-parent service members and veterans, by helping access their benefits; improving communication and coordination with the VA; and collaborating with the VA and other veterans groups, health agencies, medical professional organizations,educational organizations, and the public in support of veterans, their families, and military caregivers.
Constance A. Burns
President/CEO/Veterans Service Officer
National Association of American Veterans, Inc.
Office: (202) 465-3296
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOR COMMON CORE READINESS
It's coming your way no matter what you call it. The Manager of Instructional Consulting at Mind Research Institute, Erich Zeller and his guest , Huntington Beach California Assistant Superintendent Jennifer Shepard. Considering the weather here in Maine, I may be making a personal visit soon.
This link was mentioned on the show: http://www.wested.org/resources/stmathevaluation2014/
Join us as we have Special Guest Dr. Calvinia Williams of North Las Vegas, NV share with us about how she is shaping the community with awareness about Lupus and assisting people who are in need of resources today to maintain...
Global Touch Enterprise Professional Network is for small business owners who want to expand their marketplace. Based out of Houston Texas we take pride in assisting the average small business owners to provide them with resources they need to build their target market locally and nationally! We have the tools which gives them a voice to reach their target markets more effectively.
9 am Wednesdays, "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts
"Professional Image for Young Adults." This ain't your grandfather's office anymore . . . So many dress code restrictions have loosened over the past few decades (except in the financial industry) that someone just entering the workforce may be totally confused about what IS appropriate. Carol Stover, Image Consultant and Makeup Artist, is on hand today to help save you from cluelessness! What can you get away with wearing, and what is still unacceptable? Why does it matter?
Join us as we have Special Guest Shelia from Isagenix on the show to talk about their business and helping people in the community to get in shape and eat healthier. Global Touch Enterprise Professional Network Radio is for small business owners who want to expand thier marketplace.
La'Ticia Nicole Beatty a Detroit native may have begun her residency in North Carolina in 1992, with $15.00, four outfits and a dream at Livingstone College, but what could not be foreseen at the time was her evolution to become a business leader and philanthropist. Beatty who is an executive director of a senior healthcare facility, is also an evangelist, author, motivational speaker and founder of the non-profit organization, Professional Divas, Inc. In 2013, she describes a vision she had to feed 1,000 families from Durham, NC to other cities across the country during the Thanksgiving holiday. "The purpose of my Professional Divas organization is to provide our members with opportunities to serve others. When I expressed what I wanted to do, the word spread, and friends of mine in other states wanted to join in. We were able to provide food for 2,500 families, instead of the planned 1,000!" Now Beatty and her organization, along with friends in Springfield, MA-Ayanna Crawford; Atlanta, GA-Chandra Southern; Detroit, MI-Ronneshia Carter; Winston-Salem, NC-Keya Jemmeh; Raleigh, NC-Kim Sessoms; Greensboro, NC-Alana Allen; Washington, DC-Trevor Otts; Junctionville, KS-Tamica Jones; Charlotte, NC-RoCarol Manning; and in Colorado Springs, CO-Carbella Cheek, will join forces collectively on November 22, 2014 to provide food for families in need. "Each city joining in this effort with Professional Divas, Inc., has a leader. Here in Durham, NC, our focus will be on the Cornwallis Apartments, where we will be providing food for its 200 residents. In Detroit, MI the leader Ronneshia Granger will decide what area of the city that they will target, and likewise with our other partners," states Beatty.
In order to fulfill its mission, Beatty has an Eventbrite site set up so that monetary donations can be made to the Thanksgiving "Feed 1,000 Families" event.
I will be discussing what role professional athletes play in the the lives of people, espically children. As kids and even adults look up to these athletes as elite human beings what doesn their off-field antics do to their reputation and the behavior of kid and amateur athletes. Big houses, nice cars and living the life....which also includes child and spouse abuse, drug use and firearms charges. It's time these athletes step and realize the impact their behavior has on the game and our society. Tune and listen to me dish it out and call for change in sports policies and practices.
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
Joining Cindy & I this week: LPGA Professional - Jean Bartholomew
A little about Jean:
Jean started playing golf at the age of 12 and credits her father, Gil McNally and Ken Peknic as the individuals most influencing her career...Has one sister...Enjoys all sports, tennis, basketball, working out and discussing politics and society...Elected to the LPGA Player Executive Committee for the 2006-08 seasons…Qualified for the Tour on her second attempt.
Five Things You Should Know About Jean Bartholomew:
1. She played four years of golf at Duke University but was also recruited by other schools to play basketball and field hockey. She was a 1,000-point scorer for Garden City High on Long Island and was an All-Nassau County field hockey player. “Back then there was not much more after college you could do with the other two.”
2. Jean is a politics junkie and majored in Sociology and Economics in college.
3. You won’t find her watching any reality TV and says her go-to shows are sports or political shows.
4. In addition to golf, she loves to play tennis.
5. Her first golf coach in New York, Gil McNally, still comes down to work with her when he’s using his winter home near PGA National.
Join us Tuesday 9:00 AM EST "Live" www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
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