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On Monday, June 22nd, the Mobile Technology Association of Michigan will launch the Women in Mobile Tech Advisory Council with a mission ‘to support women through access to educational forums, networking, mentoring, technical training, resources, scholarships, and more, with a primary focus on professional women currently working with, or interested in working with, these technologies in any industry.
With a lack of mobile/wireless tech-trained talent available, and universities unable to turn out trained graduates fast enough to meet the demands of Michigan-based firms and branches of national and international firms located here, identifying ways to engage more women in the space as a potential solution to this staffing shortage is an area of focus by a wide variety of regional employer groups, educational institutions, economic development organizations, and non-profits. The Women in Mobile Tech Advisory Council will be the resource to pull together the various stakeholders and resources focused on this issue to connect talent, interest and opportunity.
The launch of the Women in Mobile Tech Advisory Council will feature an incredible panel of women leaders in the mobile/wireless tech space from a cross-section of industries to address this topic, as well as discuss their own journey's to achieving success in this field. Join host Melissa Birnie and guest, Linda Daichendt, MTAM Exeutive Director, to learn more about the Women in Mobile Tech Advisory Council, what you can expect to learn at the launch event, and what this Council expects to do for women in Michigan to enable them to utilize these technologies for career/business growth.
We expect our wireless devices to work everywhere. The thought of not being connected is disappointing to some and terrifying to others. After all, whatever would we do if we couldn’t access social media, email, or call to check on the kids as we walk to the next business meeting? Few people contemplate the reason their wireless device does work in building basements, hospitals, and many other buildings. Thankfully, in these instances, someone saw the need to increase signal strength and paid to have that signal enhanced or rebroadcast. RF Connect, based in Farmington Hills, Michigan, is the recognized leader in the design, deployment and support of high performance unified wireless systems, mobile solutions and applications. They set the standard in wireless and mobile solutions, design and deployment expertise through partnering with industry leaders across the entire RF spectrum. Join host Melissa Birnie as she talks with Jeff Hipchen (recognized by Crain’s Detroit Business Magazine as a “40 under 40” business leader), and currently Executive Vice President of RF Connect, to learn more about RF Connect, their services, and what sets them apart from others in this field.
It's all about SPORTS and Fuzzy Q, Stephen L and Radar aka The Sports Doctor is on at 7:00PM EST to give you all the latest informaiton in the sports world. Join them tonight at 7:00PM EST and each and every Thursday. Get your Sports questions together now.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and callers this Saturday, May 30, at 9:00 a.m., as we discuss the many benefits of exercising and why we should have no more excuses for not exercising.
"Something is better than nothing. Start with 10 minutes or 10 minutes twice a day, and build from there. Though you will be tired when you exercise, within two weeks of regular exercise, you will have more energy."
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TODAY AND IN THE COMING WEEK, WE TAKE A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE WITH ONE OF THE MOST PROLIFIC AND TALENTED SONG WRITERS, AND SINGERS EVER ,,MOTOWN'S AL HUDSON.WE WILL PLAY MUSIC HE CREATED FROM BOTH, THE SOUL PARTNERS THRU HIS DEALINGS WITH THE WORLD RENOWNED GROUP ONE WAY.
TODAY AND IN THE COMING WEEK, WE TAKE A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE WITH ONE OF THE MOST PROLIFIC AND TALENTED SONG WRITERS, AND SINGERS EVER ,,MOTOWN'S AL HUDSON.WE WILL PLAY MUSIC HE CREATED FROM BOTH, THE SOUL PARTNERS THRU HIS DEALINGS WITH THE WORLD RENOWNED GROUP ONE WAY. TODAY IS PART 2 OF THAT JOURNEY
This week on #PotStockRadio Eric Butz @EbizDizzle Ryan Godfrey @ryanmgodfrey and Chris Trace @supergravy welcome Greenline BDC. We'll talk to them about their goal to accomplish a capital appreciation objective by making investments in the equity and equity-linked securities of pre-IPO companies that operate in the regulated cannabis industry
Then we'll talk to Leslie Bocskor of Electrum Partners. Leslie is a well known investor and advisor in the Cannabis Industry. He is the Founding Chairman of the Nevada Cannabis Industry Association and Managing Partner of Electrum Partners, and is working with some of the biggest players in the industry to develop strategies to quickly expand the market for legal cannabis in the U.S. and beyond.
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"The world is coming to an end!" "These are the last days!" "Get ready for a new Heaven and new Earth!" We've been hearing these warnings from the religious community for the last 2000 years, and yet nobody is really living as if they believe anything in the future will change. They are focused on paying today's bills. Well, almost nobody. There are some who recognize that the world will continue on after they are physically gone, and they're planning for it to be drastically different than it is today. Some of Africa's most powerful women met in Washington DC this past week, to map out a strategy for the continent which has been the sustaining body for a vast number of people on planet Earth. They are looking ahead 50 years from now and putting in motion a plan to equalize the distribution of resources in order to end systemic poverty. We have said every day that women have the power to transform this world. We can end crime, violence and poverty. All we have to do is one thing - share. So, as leading women prepare to change policies that will usher in a new society, how do we prepare tomorrows children to think differently, so as not to recreate the mistakes of the past. During the past few days on this show, we have been creating A Universal Code of Ethics as a guideline for teaching the next generation of leaders, many of whom are yet unborn. We'll share some of the book's contents so far, and get your input on this global guideline for a peaceful new world order. This morning's guest is Herman Bonner, head of the National Alliance of Decendance of Enslaved Africans (NADEA), to discuss restoring to descendants of Africa those possessions that were taken in order to enable them to move forward and create a better world.
Fridays with Faith welcomes Cathy Houser and Lynise Parisien, Co-Directors of From Parents 2 Partners. Their mission: From Parents 2 Partners was developed out of a need to support young adults that are transitioning from a school environment, to a community environment, where parents and young adults need even more support to be successful in work and life. We are here to fill in some gaps that are not available to families and young adults; to help prepare young adults to live, work and play in the community and create a sense of ownership and independence in their lives. http://Fromparents2partners.com
Cathy Houser recently retired as regional account representative with the DRS Corporate connections Program at the Center for Literacy.
Lynise Parisien works for an agency, JobWise, that assist people with disabilities find meaningful employment.
Cathy and Lynise will share with us their backgrounds, their work with parents and students finding resources and help with disabilities, and why they have begun this venture together now.
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Beautiful Blessings to you all!
The term Internet of Things (IoT) is relatively new and one we are going to be hearing a lot more about. Consider this; currently there are more wireless devices than there are people. The plus side is, of course, all of the great things we can do with this connectivity. The bad side is, at what risk? Recently 104,000 IRS records were breached. Are patient healthcare accounts secure? These, and questions like them, will need answers as we continue the evolution to a 'connected society'.
On June 1st, join host Melissa Birnie as she speaks with Dan Lohrmann, Chief Security Officer & Chief Strategist at Security Mentor, Inc., and most recently, Chief Security Officer for the State of Michigan, to learn more about IoT and the security challenges we will face as IoT becomes more prevalent.
Our guest Dan Lohrmann holds a master’s degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Valparaiso University in Indiana, and has more than 28 years of experience in the computer industry. He is an internationally recognized cybersecurity leader, technologist and author. During his distinguished career, Dan has served global organizations in the public and private sectors in a variety of executive leadership capacities, including enterprise-wide Chief Security Officer (CSO), Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) roles in Michigan. Under Lohrmann’s leadership, Michigan was recognized as a global leader in cyberdefense for government - winning numerous professional awards for outstanding accomplishments.
Fifty Shades of Corinth. Speaking of doing bad stuff, Paul's been hearing some rumors. There's some steamy stuff going on in the bedroom, and he doesn't like it. He's heard that some guy is getting it on with his stepmom. Gross. It also happens to be against Jewish and Roman law. Paul wishes he were there in person so he could help, but never fear, all, he's there in Spirit. And he has so passed judgment on this guy in Spirit. This dude should be forced to live the rest of his life outside of the church. Basically, they're gonna throw him to Satan. Maybe if he suffers enough, God will save him in the end. Who knows though? Paul is extremely annoyed at the Corinthians' lax attitude about this stuff. Don't they know that even a little yeast can make bread dough rise? Translation: one bad person can ruin a whole church. It's time to clean those mixing bowls and start a new batch of dough. We're living in Passover times, y'all! Jesus is the lamb that has been slaughtered, so start acting like it! Paul thinks they need to be celebrating with some nice pure unleavened bread, not letting that evil yeast creep into their midst. Harsh words, Paul. Paul says that he wrote to the church before and told them not to have anything to do with immoral people. Of course, they misunderstood this. It would be kind of impossible not to associate with anyone who had a history of doing bad things. What he meant was, don't associate with other Christians who are immoral. Oh, good clarification. How do you know a fellow Christian is super-bad like this? Well, are they sexually immoral? Are they greedy? Are they an idolater? Do they verbally abuse others? Are they drunks? Are they thieves? Then you can just cross them off your list. Get them out of the church. Judge the heck out of them. (Hey, wait, Paul… didn't you just tell the Corinthians not to judge a little bit ago? Oh, never mind…) www.shmoop.com
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