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I finally get to interview my Favorite Electrician
I started my Electrical Inside Wireman apprenticeship in 1976. I completed to Journey level in 1980. I have worked in all aspects of the electrical field, residential, commercial and industrial and at many levels; apprentice, journeyman, steward, foreman and general foreman. I have taught part time in the apprenticeship program since 1980 and obtained my California Teachers Credential in 1981. I have worked as a business agent and dispatcher for IBEW Local 11 under two different Business Managers. In 1996 I transitioned full time to the Electrical Training Institute as Senior Instructor and in 2006 became the Outreach Director. In 2009 I was appointed and then elected, and re-elected in 2012, by the membership as Vice President of IBEW Local 11. I served six months as the Interim President.
I am active and involved with my union; I have participated in community outreach even before I started my apprenticeship in 1976. Since 1980 I have been an active member on the Long Beach Private Industry Council, School to Career Organization, the Youth Opportunities Organization and other local groups. I was co-founder of Electric Women in 1984 and Blue Collar Women in 2006; active tradeswomen support groups. I currently sit on a number of community, education and faith based advisory committees and serve as a Board member for the Foothill WIB, the Pacific Gateway WIB, the South Bay WIB, the ACE Mentoring program, the United Jobs Community Coalition and the PV Jobs Foundation.
Outreach Director, Electrical Training Institute
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
City of Commerce, CA 90040
Join 'She' and Jane Hardwicke Collings, creator of Moonsong. Jane is dedicated to empowering woment to reclaime their power by reconnecting the with the women's mysteries. Jane will share her wisdom and inspiration that can be celebrated in each phase of life. Her wealth of knowledge and experience flow effortlessly in this broadcast and will leave you wanting to learn more.
About: Jane Harwicke Collings is an independent midwife from Australia, who has been attending homebirths since 1984. She is herself a homebirth mother of four, a grandmother and a teacher of the Women’s Mysteries. She gives workshops, writes books and has founded The School of Shamanic Midwifery.
Jane has trained in Shamanic practices with James M Harvey, aka Blackbear and has had many wonderful teachers including Midwife Maggie Lecky Thompson, Birthkeeper Jeannine Parvati Baker and Teacher and Author Cedar Barstow.
Jane Hardwicke Collings Moonsong
Article: Understanding Your Cycles
Music: SriMati Mother of Mine
Caitlin Jane will be interviewed by Father Rosado and Joe Siriotis. During the show we will be giving away 2 copies of her 2008 album Ahes into Beauty and 2 copies of her latest album Coming Season. Every once in a while, there comes upon the music scene an artist who stands out among the rest…Caitlin Jane is such an artist. Young, fresh, and vibrant—her energetic, endearing personality on stage, along with her poetic, creative song-writing has an effect on audiences young and old. With an eclectic mix of piano-driven pop tunes and melodic strings interwoven through many of her songs, she has a powerful voice, which is often compared to that of Natalie Merchant or Sarah McLachlan. Behind the pure and rich vocals there's a profound message that speaks to listeners' hearts. Many have commented, “Where did this huge voice come from in this little young lady?” She has been described by listeners as “authentic,” “vulnerable,” and “anointed.” Hailing from Delaware, Caitlin has toured to cities across the country such as San Diego, New York, and Nashville, and has opened for acts including Todd Agnew and BarlowGirl.
Caitlin Jane's first EP Ashes Into Beauty was released in 2007 while completing her studies at Messiah College Coming Season debuted in 2011.
For more information about her visit http://www.caitlinjanetunes.com/
Live Broadcast of May 26th, 2012 Episode
Synopsis: A laboratory Guinea Pig named Seymour is adopted by an Animal Rights Activist. In his new home, he rooms with two other Guinea Pigs that have started a special group called "Kavy Kappa". To earn his place, Seymour is put under an intiation ritual. But can he survive living up to their standards? Along the way, he receives help from an unlikely spirit.
Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Tim Pylypiuk and Phoebe Murer
Music By: Danny Elfman, Gavin Friday & Maurice Seezer, Tennesse Ernie Ford, Chris Montez, and The Carpenters
We invite you to tune in to UMB Radio on Sunday, June 22dn @9p-11p/EST!! ......Join your host Akila Da Hun (CEO) I'll be interviewing the talented Mary Jane Olson
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TOPIC: "Can you be in a relationship where you are the main bread winner?"
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Today on the Jane Wilkens Michael Show...Better Than Before, Jane's guests are Dr. Elizabeth Martin, a nationally recognized leader in dermatology who will share tips for caring for your skin to protect it from the sun and also to keep your face vibrant, glowing and flawless. Renowned physical therapist, Dr. Jerold Mann, will talk about how prevention and treatment of injury from summer sports.
It's an Ernest Radio Network special podcast edition of Political Gravity. Tonight your host Jane Hoffman, and her co-host Jon Yoder, discuss taxes. Is H&R a scam, or is it just abiding by the law of the state? Also, Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead, with a syringe hanging out of his arm, in his Manhattan apartment, after being a no-show for child visitation. Jane & Jon discuss his life, and career. All this plus NPR news, new music by U2, and more.
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Exhausted? Author Jane Rubietta will chat with Maxine and Jeannie on The River about our human tendency to overwork. We worship busyness, she says, by filling our time with activities and then passing that habit on to our children. In her book, Finding Life: From Eden to Gethsemane—the Garden Restored, she urges us to rethink how Christ is calling us to live our lives. We don’t need to apologize for resting, Rubietta says, rest can be a stepping stone to our own growth and development as beings made in the image of God.
But, “Choosing life also means choosing death. This is the paradox.” The death we choose is to old habits. Old ways of doing life. Activities that keep us locked in a prison of dysfunction and despair.