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Gabrielle Yocum is the Community Manager at Zoomph, a Platform-As-A-Service for developing faster & more insightful digital marketing.
Her duties include:
Monitor Zoomph's social media presence and provide written responses appropriately and quickly
- Respond to urgent issues pertaining to Zoomph's social networks
- Publish content (with appropriate formatting, cropping, and filtering as needed)
- Engage with clients through various digital platforms.
- Deliver educational and thought-provoking content to their target audience
- Link blog posts to social media to increase web traffic
- Strategically target and run ads on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn
- Create weekly Snapchat segments that tell a story and create a call-to-action
Prior to being the community manager at Zoomph, she served as a Morning Show Producer and later Community Manager at Results Radio in State College before graduating from Penn State University.
Tonight's topic is just an introduction and shout outs to Chris Bruce and his beautiful wife Liz, our Anonymous family, The 2nd Generation Outlawz, The Eracizm Campaign, Justice's new show Anonymous and 2GO, the Evolution of Unity, you, and all patriots involved in taking the stand against tyranny. Working together for a better future for everyone who is willing to stand up against the division and UNITE. We can't express this enough, UNITED we STAND but divided we fall.
Check out the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST. Join Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they don their deerstalker caps to investigate the following current event laden "mysteries": time to deconstruct the Black entertainment industry-why are African American artists so vocal about racism being levied against them and their livelihood but quiet about the Black death and dysfunctionalism experienced by their non elite brethren?; And is Will Smith Inc deserving of a #sowhite hastag?; the X-files reboot returns to stellar ratings; our impressions of Black History 2016 and perhaps some anecdotal/Blue Area data is in order; does Stacy Dash deserve a pass in the wake of hip hop producer, Timbaland's apathy toward Flint, Michigan residents?; the United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent while visiting the US are recommending reparatory justice for African Americans; more info is coming out on Elon Musk's new wave Hyperloop transportation system. And if time permits, we address the race casting controversy over an upcoming Michael Jackson inspired UK comedy series. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
From the same school as "If you want peace, prepare for war," a global maritime power must maintain a presence at sea. It must design a national strategy in line with its economic capability and political will, and make sure it mans, trains, and equips its navy in line with the design.
If presence is a critical function of a navy, how is it best accomplished, what are the tradeoffs, and how does it impact friends, competitors, and those sitting on the fence?
Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will be Dr. Henry J. Hendrix, Jr, CAPT USN (Ret).
Jerry is a Senior Fellow and the Director of the Defense Strategies and Assessments Program at the Center for a New American Security.
When on active duty, his staff assignments include tours with the Chief of Naval Operation’s Executive Panel (N00K), and the OSD Office of Net Assessment From 2011-2012 he served as the Director and Designated Federal Officer of the Secretary of the Navy’s Advisory Panel. He also contributed to the 2012 Department Posture Statement to the Congress. Following the fall, 2011 Navy Inspector General’s Report on the state of the Naval History and Heritage Command, he was verbally ordered by the Secretary to assume the position of Director of Naval History.
Hendrix previously served as the Navy Fellow to the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University. He has been awarded a Bachelor Degree in Political Science from Purdue University, Masters Degrees from the Naval Postgraduate School (National Security Affairs) and Harvard University (History) and received his doctorate from King’s College, London (War Studies).
Jessica Strohl, a Houstonian, 5 year army veteran, mom of 2, student, and Warrior Ambassador with Sportsmen for warriors. SFW was founded by a former Green Beret officer, Capt Ben Bateman and his wife Capt Cresta Bateman, both West Point graduates and combat veterans. Sportsmen for Warriors aims to enrich, educate and engage warriors, by getting them away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and pressing that reset button. We've had a lot of success with this, and hope to continue to put our efforts into making veterans the future of America's success.
Alisha Gordon. I am the youngest of 2 brothers. I grew up in Jacksonville Florida. I decided to join the Army in 2006, a year and a half after my brother did. I love the military on the fact l have been able to meet a lot of people from all over the country as well it has taken me all over the world. I am now in the Reserve. I am currently getting back in school changing major from nursing to a bachelor's in criminal justice in science with forensics. My currebt job of the last 2 years is a shipping supervisor for a printing company. I am the proud mother of a 2 year old special needs child named Mason Alexander. He is the reason I live.
Joined the Marine Corps in July 2008. First duty station I went to Okinawa Japan and deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. After deployment I went to NC Camp Lejeune…this is where it all begins…I got married and divorced. Everything in between….I may catch a few cases wink emoticon I’m now in Ketchikan Alaska, I’m a full time student and I work at Frist Bank as a loan specialist. Currently on team get my shit together. All the good good good will be on the call in…..so call in you filthy dirty minded humans
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Well, while you hunker down for what we're told is going to be a helluva of winter storm, why not listen to a new episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse, airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. Due to what turned out to be one of our best comic con experiences, the crew (Dburt, Capt. Kirk and Dburt) decided to take a shot at recreating the Blerds and Bleeks Speak segment of the 4th Annual Black Comic Book Festival held at the Schomburg Center (Harlem, NY) during MLK Day! So hold on to your hats, when we welcome Ashlee Blackwell (Grvyrd Shift Sisters), Karama Horne (The Blerd Gurl), Maurice Waters (Black Sci-Fi) and Joseph Illidge (Verge Entertainment, The Mission) for a gabfest with topics ranging from comic cons (minority themed and otherwise), the promotion/business of Blerd culture and expectations for geekery circa 2016. And if that wasn't enough, Messrs. Marcus Williams and Greg Burnham, the creative team behind The Tuskegee Heirs, stop by to discuss this great graphic novel project and the (ongoing) successful Kickstarter campaign that is making this comic series a reality. Call in live at 646-915-9620.
I don't believe it-even here-forty thousand kilometers from earth....the first thing I see is a giant alien white man with an attitude-Dr. Adam Brashear/Blue Marvel
What's the deal, people! Check out the latest episode of the Mid Week in Review, thanks to Afronerd Machine Works. Don't forget to set your clocks for this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST as your designated hosts, Dburt and Capt. Kirk hone their detective skills analyzing this (mid) week's topics: After this year's Oscar nominees were revealed to not include any films or talent of color, actress Jada Pinkett Smith calls for a boycott of the famed award broadcast; activist and media personality, Rev. Al Sharpton causes controversy for a soul food reference during a rally with a majority Black crowd on MLK Day; we give our impressions of not only this past weekend's Black Comic Book Festival at the Schomburg (Harlem, NYC) but also Dburt's appearance as a panelist during the event; and speaking of Dr. King's Holiday, we revisit once again, our thoughts as to what would the iconic Civil Rights think about race relations and by extension Black progress empowerment, circa 2016; what exactly can we learn from the apparent ascendancy of "budget" hip hop artist, Lil Dicky (Save Dat Money!); Black Lives Matter's head acolyte, DeRay Mckesson makes an appearance on Stephen Colbert's Late Show and proceeds to instruct him on his White privilege (yawn...can't we just do the work without exposition?). And lastly, we highlight the successful Tuskegee Heirs graphic novel Kickstarter campaign. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show
Sun.Jan.17.2016~ Friends~Family~Fans~Talk about
George Clayton Johnson~SiFi Writer.. (b.7-10-29 ~ d.12-25-15) ~
On Show today: Paul Johnson (George Clayton Johnson's son) ~ ~ ~
(Brent).Ld Anderson ~Will Clausen ~ Jason V.Brock ~ & Clayton A.Moore
GCJ ~ wrote episodes of Star Trek~ Twilight Zone~Alfred Hitchcock~
co-wrote Logan's Run~Oceans 11 *GCJ~Legalize Hemp Warrior..
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Howdy! Don't forget to set your clocks for yet another funky information based episode of The Week in Review podcast, thanks to the Afronerd Radio Machine!
Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk this Friday at 7:30pm EST as they shine a metaphysical flashlight on the following (mid) week issues: iconic rocker/musician/actor, David Bowie passes this mortal plane at the age of 69 from cancer; our impressions of the controversy hovering around actor, Sean Penn, who was able to garner an interview from alleged drug lord and fugitive, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman; Wu tang frontman, RZA not only has adopted the vegan lifestyle but has a message for young Black men (hint: a conservative appearance might not be a bad thing); Dburt marvels at a prototype personal passenger drone called Ehang 184-George Jetson would be proud;
Is Hillary starting to feel the Bern? Is Trump losing Cruz control? Hmmm; getting back to something we missed during the last episode.....just what was Maine Governor LaPage talking about? D-Money, Shifty and pregnant White girls?; The Afronerd crew are scheduled to make an appearance at this weekend's upcoming Black Comic Festival, courtesy of Harlem, NY's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture; The Root asserts that the upcoming Keanu Reeves' film, Exposed (co-starring hip hop legend, Big Daddy Kane) displays another case of White-washing an originally minority themed project. And lastly, another Root piece unpacks the notion that it is not a given that Black Millenials will give their vote to the Democrats this electoral season like generations past. Call in live at 646-915-9620.
Join Capt. Mike Dugan (FDNY) and Capt. Mike Gagliano (Seattle Fire) on Wednesday January 13 at 4:30 PM (Pacific) as they share their knowledge and answer your questions.
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