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Kingdom Empowerment, Inc. Radio - Kingdom Girl's, Talk Show Host, Roxanne Brown-Robinson interviews Lashonda McGee Alexis on "Empowering Women Towards Success".
Date: November 4, 2015 at 7 PM Eastern Standard Time
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Short Bio: Lashonda McGee Alexis
LaShonda McGee Alexis is the founder of Dazzling Divas Empowering Women Towards Success. She is a motivational speaker and transformational speaker. Her messages are birthed from personal life experiences and obstacles she has faced throughout her life. The messages are meaningful and full of inspiration that all women can relate to. LaShonda age 33 is from Charleston, S.C and mother of 3 beautiful children Brandon, Kai’Asya and Antoine. She is a proud veteran and she has served in the U.S. Army as a Unit Supply Specialist for 5 years. She has an AA in Business Management and is currently working on her BA in Business administration with a concentration in entrepreneurship. She has Co-authored in a collaborative book called “Moments In Her Story Part 2” and is currently working on her writing the journey of her life. Both are in effort to motivate and inspire women. Her philosophy is “When God says move, you must do so”. The word move mean Motivating Women to Overcome Obstacles, Vision success and Embrace change. Though the Dazzling Divas organization has only been active for less than a year, they have already had a youth explosion called, “New Attitude New Year New Youth Explosion, What’s Your Vision” vision board party and a “Singles Winning on Purpose Conference”. She is definitely on the MOVE!
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Josh McGee is the head football coach of the Reagan Raiders program. A Lewisville NC native, Josh was a former prep standout QB for the West Forsyth Titans. McGee continued his playing career as a starting QB for the Rams of Winston Salem St University. Prior to taking over the Head coach position at Reagan, McGee served as an assistant football coach for the Reagan Raiders as well head wrestling coach. After a stint as assistant coach at West Forsyth HS, McGee was hired on as head football coach at Reagan HS. From that day on, McGee has wasted no time as he's changed the stigma of that of a loosing program to one the region's top power house football teams. I'll be asking him how he did it as well as his team's preparation for the this Friday's game at Glenn HS. Reagan quarter back Ben Stradski will also be the show as well, will talk about the upcoming game and how he plans to fill the shoes of former Raider's QB standout Jake Easter.
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My Guest today is MARK MCGEE:
Mark McGee has a career that spans over 25 years in broadcast radio. He has worked in broadcast management, programming, sales and on-air for some of the largest broadcast corporations in the country, including I Heart Media and Cumulus Broadcasting. He has worked in such radio markets such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, Albuquerque, El Paso and nationally. Mark has been a number 1 on air talent in morning and evenings in several of his past radio markets and now works as a internet radio consultant and has an upstart radio network feature his first internet radio station Chris Mike Zoo available via Tune-In and Nobex Radio.
Intro music gratefully provided by Mona Garcia.
Thursday Night Thunder with host Adam Sinclair (@faborplumbs) and color commentator Mykkal Mulalley welcome another participant in the Mazda Road to 24 Shootout, Glen McGee, to the program to talk about the results of the competition, his future in motorsports, and more!
Then, we welcome Ryan Repko back into the Thunderdome to talk about his year competing in a Limited Late Model in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series.
Of course, we'll have to touch on the NASCAR Chase, as well as a bit about Trans Am, Super Boats, and more! Grab your life preserver, fasten your seat belts, and get ready for a rough and tumble ride through the world of motorsports!
Katina Powell, a self-described former escort, is the catalyst of a recruiting scandal involving the basketball program at the University of Louisville. It all started with a meeting with former player and graduate assistant Andre McGee. Powell told ESPN's Outside The Lines that she and her three daughters, along with several dancers, made several transactions for money with players, recruiting sponsors and others during parties at a dorm between 2010 and 2014. She's published a book "Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen", and she's built all the stories in a journal. There are many questions that linger in this story. I'll try to dissect this crazy, yet totally believable, story and try to guess what the consequences will be for Louisville and head coach Rick Pitino. Join me at (347) 308-8219 for a conversation about sex, money and basketball.
Savion Littlejohn is a senior MLB for the Reagan High School football team lead by head coach Josh McGee in Pfafftown, NC. As a junior, Savion was a part of the best season in Reagan football history. The team went 12-0 winning the Central Piedmont 4A Conference Championship. Regan won it's first two State playoffs games, which was also a first for the school. Prior to the third round game, Savion started having pain in his back, it was so severe that he was held out that game. After the pain became more severe, Savion and his family decided that he should go see a doctor. After all the test were ran, he received the news that he had been diagnosed with Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma "Cancer" it was a tumor in his back. It rendered him unable to walk from what he thought was just a sports related injury.
“At first I thought, to be completely honest, I thought my life was coming to an end, cancer is a scary word for anybody. I was scared at the moment.” - Savion Littlejohn
From November-April, Savion spent it in a room at Brenner Children's Hospital were he had undergone multiple treatments of chemotherapy to attack the cancer.
Through the trials of chemotherapy — sores in his mouth and throat that left him unable to eat after the second wave of treatment, fever and burning pain in his extremities during the current third wave — he keeps fighting. Mason Linker - Winston Salem Journal
The Reagan Football team, school and community rallied around him. They raised money my selling $3 bracelets that had Savion Soldier on the top and on the bottom the words "No Raider Rides Alone" His teammates and friends visited him in the hospital frequently providing food for him and his family three days a week.
In April 2015, Savion received the news that he was cancer free. Knowing football season was around the corner, he began working out to get stronger so he could be ready
Packers smack the Seahawks; Eagles are going backwards with new hurry up offense, NFL trends & rule changes, Eldridge's Raiders win a game, NFL week 3 highlights, Fred Thurston joining the gang, Awesome :)
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