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Latina Entrepreneur and Author
Let’s Play SHESS
Succeed in your game of life and business by playing chess:
from Pawn to Queen
Wendy Oliveras is a proud Latina entrepreneur, published author, columnist, search consultant, career mentor and motivational speaker. She is Founder & CEO of Oliveras & Company, Inc., a prominent full-service search firm specializing in the recruitment of intellectual property attorneys and partners in New Jersey since 2001. Oliveras brings 31 years of combined hands-on experience in intellectual property law firms and attorney placement worldwide. Her vision and passion to help others find permanent and/or temporary placement has been her motivation to create a successful staffing company.
Oliveras has found a new way to guide and empower women and girls to believe in their abilities and achieve their personal and professional goals through chess and her recently published book is titled “Let’s Play SHESS.” The word SHESS is a play on two words “She” for female and “chess” for the game. The SHESS ideology is one of her most creative and passionate business endeavors and a subsequent line of products and series of children's books will follow in the near future, including a Spanish version. Her inspirational global SHESS movement, designed to encourage women of all ages and backgrounds to play a fun game of chess and transfer the chess-playing skills into their real life activities including strategies for business development, is gaining momentum.
Karega Ani is a poet, music producer, writer and thinker. Host Frank Anderson 1st met him at an open mic talent showcase competition at the recent Black Images in the Media Symposium and Arts Festival.where blew everyone away. Now you can hear the genius of Karega Ani ...on the next Lets Be Frank Show, Sunday night at 9 pm CST
Also on Lets Be Frank, birthday shoutouts, comedy corner and of course as always our own version of...THE QUIET STORM:FOR LOVERS ONLY
Calling all performing artist, tonight is your night on the LETS BE FRANK SHOW. You get 3-5 minutes to call in and tell all our listeners about your upcoming show, concert, casting call, film screening etc. Don't miss out on this opportunity for free publicity to reach 1,000'. Also comedy corner and of course our version of the QUIET STORM: FOR LOVERS ONLY
Nakia Lashaul is an award winning author of novels, poetry and prose. She is 2011 USA bOOK NEWS BEST bOOK AWARD winner and 2012 NEXT GENERATION INDIE AWARD finalist. On this night she helps us celebrate mMother's Day with her mother wit and words of wisdom
Today we're going to review Life At Play, a business opportunity providing photo stations for individual and corporate parties, weddings, corporate marketing events, charitable events, conventions, trade shows, athletic events, outdoor and indoor events, etc.
The Life At Play system provides entertainment, plays music, takes photos with marketing or personal messages, prints photos on-site, collects emails, emails photos and shares photos via social media.
Joining me today is Eric Riess, their CEO and founder. Eric is also an experienced franchise and
On roll call night all performing artist have an opportunity to call in the show and have 3-5 minutes to talk about their projects. If you are an actor and have a play coming up, a spoken word artist or comedian and have a show coming up, producer/director and have an audition coming up, film maker and have a movie screening coming up...then you want to call in and let the world know
Tune in Friday, May 10 at 1 p.m. when the next installment of Record Talk Radio will be devoted to the on-going debate over Bergen County's pay-to-play law.
Our guests will be Heather Taylor of The Citizens Campaign and Chuck Powers of Bergen Grassroots.
Both groups were instrumental in pursuading the Bergen County Freeholders to adopt a pay-to-play ordinance in December 2011.
The law limited the amount a no-bid contractor doing business with the county could contribute to a county political campaign.
The law was amended last week to allow vendors to give up to $5,200 per year to county political parties.
We'll talk about what's next for these two groups as well as an expected veto of the revised law by County Executive Kathleen Donovan.
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