• 00:09

    IT Professionals: Julius Clark, National BDPA CIO

    in Business

    BDPA Charlotte, MBA, MSIS, Information Security Professional - Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) - Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) - Charlotte Community Leader Information Security Professional Community Leader Blogger Blog: http://www.clarkthoughtleadership.blogspot.com Living life, knowing my purpose and making a difference


    http://www.slideshare.net/juicestar

  • 00:15

    Linda Cureton, NASA CIO

    in News

    Welcome to the Federal Blue Print podcast series.  In March, we are doing a series of features on women in government technology.
    Today, we are very excited to be speaking with NASA CIO Linda Cureton.  In addition to being a strong advocate for advanced social media strategies at NASA, she has also established NASA's office of chief technology officer for IT to focus on innovation and drive change through enterprise architecture, and she created a CIO leadership team composed of herself and the CIOs at NASA's 10 centers.

  • 00:58

    Women Headliners: Billionaire Women's Club, Secret Service & CFO/CIO Cindy Brown

    in Entrepreneur

    Women In the News - in this segment, the Women Billionaire's Club, the first Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, Hillary Clinton's newest title & why the media got it wrong, as well as women entrepreneurs blazing trails in science and technology.  Our women headliner is Executive Cindy Brown, CFO & CIO of entegra technologies, inc. a design, engineering and manufacturing services company providing modular mobile computer devices (tablets) to military and commercial users in defense & public safety, healthcare, transportation, energy, retail and restaurant industries. Cindy, an accomplished C-Suite executive will share her story of being the daughter of a woman trailblazer herself, guilt & balance and tackling time management with her "Sacred 6" tips.  

  • 01:00

    L.A. Steel Show /Union Issues

    in News

    Union Issues, reports from AFL-CIO, politics, strikes, labor relations and negotiations, miniumum wage, immigration, worker's rights.

  • 00:15

    RA: Manifestação contra as demolições arbitrarias marcada para 1 de Fevereiro

    in Radio

    Radio Angola: Jovem activista civico, Baixa De Cassange fala sobre o manifestação contra as demolições arbitrarias em Angola marcada para dia 1 de Fevereiro 2015. Segundo o jovem activista civico,  a manifestação está marcada para ter início às as 13:30 no largo da shoprite. A manifestação será pacifica e esta a ser  organizada pelo Movimento União Remanescente de Angola (MURA) e todos os angolanos devem participar, acrescento o jovem activista.


    Na madrugada do dia 16 de Janeiro 2015, mais de 2 mil pessoas foram violentamente desalojadas pela Polícia e Militares das suas casas no município de Viana. Segundo os moradores, o Ex Governador do Banco Nacional de Angola, Amadeu Maurício (Nino) diz ser dono do terreno on vivem mais de 200 familias e a ordem das demolições fui dada pelo administrador municipal, Manuel Mateus Caterça, disse que as documtos 


    Por Florindo Chivucute


    Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para: info@friendsofangola.org. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas!pela Emirates

  • 01:01

    L.A. Steel Show / Union Issues

    in News

    Tonight we bring you the latest AFL-CIO reports on union issues, strikes, protests, and politics, also an interview with Larry Dorman Public Affairs Coodinator for AFSCME Union Councl 4. 

  • 00:59

    Politics Done Right - Interview of Democracy for America Charles Chamberlain

    in Politics

    Today I have a special guest. He is Charles Chamberlain. Who is Charles Chamberlain?


    Charles Chamberlain, is Executive Director of Democracy for America. He joined Democracy for America in 2006 as Political Director, where he led campaigns for the public option and against telecom immunity for spying on Americans as well as endorsements of controversial primary candidates against Sen. Joe Lieberman, Sen. Blanche Lincoln, and Rep. Al Wynn. He also directed DFA’s successful campaigns to stop the Republican War on the Working Families in Wisconsin and Ohio. In January of 2012, Charles became the Executive Director of Progressive Congress, the foundation for the Congressional Progressive Caucus. Charles rejoined DFA as Executive Director in August of 2013 and leads the strategic direction of the DFA team.


    Before DFA, Charles spent over a decade grassroots organizing and directing statewide campaigns in 17 states for direct democracy initiatives and referendums working with the AFL-CIO, SEIU, Americans for Medical Rights, and others in fights ranging from funding early childhood development and protecting civil liberties to defending collective bargaining rights and raising the minimum wage. He’s also served on staff for Assemblymember Scott Wildman in California’s 43rd as the community organizer responsible for revitalizing in-district resident associations, neighborhood watches, and PTA’s.


    Outside of the office, Charles likes to play disc golf, drink micro-brews, and eat Vermont cheese at the Farmhouse as well as watch too much T.V. with his wife, Alejandra. You can follow Charles on Twitter @IamCChamberlain.


    Today we will discuss Elizabeth Warren.

  • 01:00

    L.A. STEEL SHOW / UNION ISSUES

    in News

    Tonight we focus on union issues, retail strikes on Black Friday, minimum wage, CEO pay, police unions responses to Ferguson and other riots and the Wilson resignation. Special guests interviews with AFL-CIO and AFSCME spokesmen.

  • 00:26

    8 steps in how to engage your executives in your digital projects?

    in Marketing

    8 steps in how to engage your executives in your digital projects by Ted Malucci, CIO of Tridel

  • 00:33

    Interop Radio: Managing the Technology Start-Up

    in Technology

    Episode 2


    Managing technology is a complicated process. Managing the people who develop and deploy technology is even more complicated. Add the pressures that come with a technology startup and it can be enough to drive a rational person to seek solace in a nice, quiet yurt. Some people don't just survive in that pressure cooker, though -- they thrive and succeed. Our guest in this episode of Interop Radio has done just that. Joe Emison is not just able to keep a successful team in motion, though -- he's able to talk about how he does it.


    In this episode, host Curtis Franklin talks with Joe about the challenges he faced in starting BuildFax and how he has been able to guide his technology team in adding value to IT in the business. You'll hear how Joe evaluates business requirements, works with other members of the executive team, and makes decisions about the skills and mindset he wants to see in the professionals who join his team.


    Joe Emison is Founder and Chief Technology Officer at BuildFax, the only provider of automated property condition information to the insurance and lending industries. Joe launched BuildFax on the cloud in 2008, and has consulted with many other companies on their own cloud launches and migrations. Joe oversees all technology and product management for BuildFax, and regularly contributes articles to InformationWeek on the cloud, databases, and startups. Joe graduated with degrees in English and Mathematics from Williams College and has a law degree from Yale Law School.


    Plan to join us for the show and be sure to take part in the live chat. Remember, too, that information on Interop and registration details are available now!

  • 02:02

    The Election Boycott Advocates Welcome Stewart Acuff to the Show.

    in Politics Progressive

    This week on Carson's Corner, 11-16-14, the Election Boycott Advocates welcome Stewart Acuff to the show. Stewart returns to Carson's Corner to discuss the current state of affairs of the nation, plus he'll give his take on the Election Boycott Advocates.  This is a discussion you don't want to miss. Tune into Carson's Corner at 9pm tomorrow night.


     


    Here is more information about Stewart from his website:  Stewart Acuff is the Organizing Director of the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees 1199 in Philadelphia.


    He served as the Organizing Director of the AFL-CIO from 2001-2008. He worked as Chief of Staff of the Utility Workers Union of America until May, 2012.


    Acuff makes regular media appearances on Your World with Neil Cavuto on Fox News. He is also a regular on The Thom Hartmann Show, Charles Showalter’s The Union Edge radio show, and many others.


    Stewart has written two books, Playing Bigger Than You Are: A Life in Organizing and Getting America Back to Work, which was coauthored by Dr. Richard Levins.


    http://stewartacuff.com/

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