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NCSS Executive Director Susan Griffin on the impact of the new law on social studies. All good.
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How Patty Arvielo Built New American Funding from Humble Beginnings into a $900 Million a Month Corporation.
It’s important to give mention to Patty Arvielo’s humble beginnings in order to understand fully her unique business perspective and well recognized leadership role in the real estate and mortgage lending industry nationally. Born into a hard-working Mexican-American family from Southgate in L.A. County, California, Patty’s first exposure to the mortgage industry was as a young girl. At just 16, Patty landed a clerical position for TransUnion Credit. At 19, she was promoted into a sales position. Patty worked tirelessly to build real estate agent and community relationships and doing so, ignited a life-long passion for service and pursuit of self-made, enduring success.
Patty’s extensive background in mortgage lending includes DE Underwriter and VA LAPP Certifications. Very early on, Patty pursued her own under-served Spanish-speaking markets well before they were a popular and sought after demographic. In 1997 Patty was invited to lead the operations unit of a start-up – New American Financial, until in 2003 when she and her husband Rick Arvielo, decided to launch their own mortgage company – New American Funding.
Over a decade later, Patty has worked to transform New American Funding into a national mortgage lender and servicer that funds more than $900 million in home loans each month. Under her guidance, the company has brought the entire loan process in house - origination, processing, underwriting, funding and servicing. She continues to actively contribute to the bottom line, originating and booking nearly $3 million in home loans each month on her own, all while managing operations and sales for New American Funding’s headquarters, 90+ branches and 1800+ employees.
This program will be featuring my just released white paper Crowd Funding Resources 2016. We will be highlighting the latest and greatest resources and sources for crowd funding covering search engines, subject directories, articles, guides and tracers....literally everything CROWD FUNDING on the Internet!!!! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V12N12 December 2015 featuring ShoppingBots and Online Shopping 2015 and my freely available December 2015 Zillman Column highlighting 2016 Directory of Directories. You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!
Today on the show, Brian will be talking to, NIKOLAY "NIK" N. BEY
NNB, and it's CEO have been in the financial arena for the past 10 years, now, instead of going banking style, NNB is going mainstream style, this way, NNB helps every one accomplish their goals, and if people pay attention, NNB can help any one raise pretty much 0% rate capital, go public, or flip.
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This is the beginning how MVP On Demand will move business forward, and bring funding and investment opportunities to the peoples.
If you would like to come into the studio and ask a question, or perhaps become a client, the number to call is 646-595-3032.
If you would like to be a guest on the show, fill out the form here,
National Community Development Services (NCDS) leads multimillion-dollar economic development fundraising drives, and the firm is partnering with Craig Settles to bring NCDS’ success to broadband. Both believe that there are more people and organizations than communities realize that are able and willing to financially support broadband deployments to their communities.
NCDS President Tom DiFiore presents highlights of the firm’s methodology that has raised over $1.6 billons for 500 communities in 46 states. Mr. Settles consulting expertise, philosophy and thought leadership in broadband strategy dovetails with NDCS in a four-step service that opens broadband funding opportunities as well as helps networks’ long-term financial successes.
Many communities let the “lack” of money stymie their broadband dreams. Mr. Settles’ and NCDS’ lead communities through a creation orientation to produce an asset that boosts the economy, increases local government efficiency, improves healthcare delivery and transforms education. In addition, NCDS leaves a system in place to facilitate other community economic development fundraising projects.
These combined services draw their origins from “Show Me the (Hidden) Money for Community Broadband,” Mr. Settles’ recent Community Broadband Snapshot Report.
This is a replay of our show with Noelle Meade-Izzi that originally aired on April 4, 2014. Noelle is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, author, speaker, award-winning graphic designer and renowned Natu-journalist. Her book, The Hummingbird That Answered My Heart’s Calling, is a testament to the power of nature and its ability to teach, heal, and re-connect humans to their true human nature. This gift book is filled with over 40 full-color photographs and a custom designed book cover and interior pages. To her delight, a segment on her experience with Artemis, the hummingbird, was featured in the United States Humane Society (USHS) publication, “All Animals.” But Noelle’s commitment to nature goes well beyond her work as a Natu-journalist. She is leading a crusade to recognize and protect the four POWER POLLINATORS ---bees, birds, butterflies and bats. As the Pollinator Queen, she is a special advocate for the pollinators, offering advice on how to build a hummingbird-friendly backyard habitant, ways to “give back” to the bee nation, methods for protecting and supporting these essential creatures that are critical to our food chain. Noelle’s immediate focus is the bee population which has been decimated by a mysterious die-off not fully identified by scientists. Her goal is to help people see bees for the valued partners they are: harmonious, integrated, unified creatures working tirelessly for the greater good. She unceasingly works to educate as many adults and children as possible, using her company, Beenevolent® as a tool for funding more research; to serve and give back. Noelle perceives the loss of any aspect of nature a spiritual loss as well as a natural one. She spreads her message by Spiritual Pollination.
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About The Black Family Technology Awareness Association (BFTAA)
As the Black Community grows in size and influence, it is vital for this group and the nation that the gap in technological empowerment between Blacks and the U.S. mainstream be closed.
These "gaps" cause the Black Community to literally become left behind in many situations of life, including advancements at place of employment, benefits in health care, funding for education, home-ownership or automobiles
For More Information Visit bftaa.org
President of Black Family Technology Awareness Association on 2015 plans https://youtu.be/KpBw_6Vcc0I via @YouTube
ALSO YOU MAY BE INTERESTED in the Black Tech Week in Florida Feb 15- 20!
Dissecting Docs with Producer/Author Carole Dean and actor/journalist Dr. Don Schwartz shares reviews of excellent documentaries. Dr. Schwartz’s book, Telling Their Own Stories: Conversations with Documentary Filmmakers, is available from Amazon. His film reviews and his filmmaker profiles appear regularly on FromTheHeartProductions.com. The films they will be discussing are Capital C, Making a Murderer, Awake, and Petals in the Dust, where the filmmaker Nyna Pais Caputi will join the conversation.
For information about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com. To learn more about Don Schwartz and his film reviews visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/radio-blog/don-schwartz-blog/.
In 1953, seven years before the formal launch of the sit-in movement, students from Morgan State College were lining up daily at the lunch counter of Read’s drugstore. There, some manager or anxious waitress would recite the Maryland trespassing statute and ask them to leave. That was the beginning of the "modern student civil disobedience through sit-ins. However, in 1947, several hundred Morgan State students demonstrated in Annapolis for equitable funding from the state. In 1948, Morgan students began to picket performances at Baltimore’s Ford’s Theatre, where black patrons were compelled to use a rear staircase and sit in the second balcony. Ford’s Theatre was desegregated in 1952 after years of relentless picketing. Additionally, thirty-seven Read’s drugstores opened their lunch counters to blacks in 1955. Four years later, the protesters forced the desegregation of the chain of Arundel ice cream shops. And, the die was caste for the Civil Rights contributions of Morgan State students which brought James and Jean Jones together in their personal involvement in the movement. James and Jean were childhood neighbors who metriculated through the educational systems together and eventually built a family and life together. A great look at what happens in the trenches and the lives of civil rights warriors.
The Driving Me Crazy Gang, John and Laurie Wiles, Bugsy Lawlor, and Win Morrow, Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas, NYS Assemblymember Shelley Mayer, and International News and Analysis on WHYT Radio's Westchester On the Level wth Narog and Aris - Thursday, February 4th @10am EST
WHYT Radio's Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles are attended by "Bugsy" Lawlor and Win Morrow in opening the Thursday, February 4th broadcast day @ 10am EST.
Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas attends thereafter at 10:30am EST speaking to the effort, purpose, and outcome of demolishing Zombie homes, among other concerns.
NYS Assemblymember Shelley Mayer attends the show at 11am EST in telling the latest efforts to gain funding from the state to address the needs of the Yonkers Public School District, the reques for Yonkers Board of Education infrastructure investment of $2 billion, and the pending City of Yonkers' deficit spoken about in hushed tones, the seemingly unending and unresolved financial outcome regardingthe Gap Elimination Adjustment process being made whole, and the Governor's fiscal investment formula toward infrastructure investment as a vehicle for growth.
Hezi engages in international news and analysis from 11:30am until the conclusion at 12Noon.
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