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Tonight we are speaking with Bishop Jack Stafford who established the Metropolitan Theological Seminary available to all interested in progressive Christian study. Join us TUESDAY evenings 9 pm Eastern - 6 pm Pacific as we discuss
Dialect . Dallas . Diversity . Districts ... & a little everything else in between. Welcome to the edition of Metropolitan City Monday Live from Dallas.FtWorth. Hope everyone is preparing for a Good week. You either Listening Live or Listen Later, your Listening, so it's all Good. The Topic range for tonight may vary, but it's always a little more interesting when you pull from the hip:). Join in, Stay Social & Appreciate you staying connected. You'll maybe hear
The Hip-Hop Generation:Unmasking Success for Educating Urban Students
Pike Metropolitan School District (IN) is successfully changing negative images of its schools and successfully educating most of its students. Show hosts and guests will discuss their road map for change and positive outcomes that are occurring for urban students in this award-winning district. Join us for enaging conversation and learning and specific strategies to advance a school district to the next level of excellence.
Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) is one of the world’s emerging churches, proclaiming a spirituality that is liberating and sufficiently profound to address the issues of our chaotic and complicated world. Since its founding in 1968, MCC has been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements by addressing important issues such as racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism, and other forms of oppression. MCC has been on the forefront in the struggle towards marriage equality in the US and other countries worldwide and continues to be a powerful voice in the LGBT equality movement.
The Global Justice Institute is an important human rights ministry sponsored by MCC. We're honored to have Rev. Pat, the Global Justice Institute's Executive Director, join the Dimensions in Belief program to share with us how, as a people of faith, the Institute will work toward human rights and justice around the world.
Please visit GodDiscussion.net for more information about the Global Statement of Need recognized by MCC/Global Justice Institute and other information.
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Trish talks with Broadway composer Andrew Lippa about his new composition, I Am Harvey Milk, that will premiere this month starring himself as Harvey Milk along with Tony Award winner Laura Benanti and the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus.
Andrew Lippa wrote the music and lyrics for the upcoming Broadway musical Big Fish which opens in October, 2013. He also wrote the Tony-nominated music and lyrics for the Broadway musical The Addams Family as well as the music for the Broadway production of Aaron Sorkin’s new play The Farnsworth Invention. Other musicals include Asphalt Beach, The Wild Party, A Little Princess, jon & jen, and You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Andrew was music director for Kristin Chenoweth’s sold-out shows at the Metropolitan Opera House and Carnegie Hall. His accolades include a Tony and Grammy nomination, the Gilman/Gonzalez-Falla Theater Foundation Award, ASCAP’s Richard Rodgers/New Horizons Award, The Drama Desk, and The Outer Critics Circle Award.
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Mrs. C. Allison DeFoe Reese prior years in construction has exposed her to various levels as an executive. From her initial position as an Assistant Project Executive/Controller and latter having the opportunity to work on the Estimating Team, Project Management Team and as one of the lead Project Executive. Throughout her profes-sional career, Mrs. Reese held positions of increasing responsibility ranging from Project Accountant, Cost Engineer to Controller, Office Manger, HR Director and Assistant Project Manager to Project Executive for developers, general contractors and construction manage-ment firms. Mrs. Reese has been in the construction industry for over 23 years.
Mrs. Reese served as a key member on successful projects for an impressive list of clients including but not limited to Johns Hopkins University, The Baltimore Ravens, DC Sports and Entertainment Commission, The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, The Hu-man Rights Campaign Foundation, The University of Maryland, The Federal Aviation Ad-ministration, The Washington Convention Center Authority, AOL Office Buildings, Boeing and the District of Columbia Government, to name a few.
On April 1, 2006 she established ANR Construction Management, LLC (ANR) and with contracts ranging from $20k to $9M.
On September 2006, Mrs. Reese received an opportunity from NCRC to join the US De-partment of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), to serve as the Minority Business Enterprise Center (MBEC) Assistant Director/Finance Director. She was later promoted to the Director of the MBEC Center.
Mrs. Reese is also politically active in her local community. She previously served as an elected Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (ANC) in Ward 5 and is currently an active member of the Washington Interfaith Network (WIN) and the Democratic Committee.
Stunning Indian Miniatures with John Guy SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association presents the latest in its series of high-profile webcasts - via BlogTalkRadio.com - with some of the leading South Asian names in global media, arts, entertainment, politics, sports and much more. Explore "Wonder of the Age": Master Painters of India, 1100--1900, a spectacular show of 200 Indian miniature paintings currently on view at the Metropolitan Museum (through Jan. 8)
On this program: Author Alice Walker vs Singer Alicia Keys, R&B Singer Miguel vs Black Judgement, Ballerina Misty Copeland hits the stage in 'Le Corsaire' at the Metropolitan Opera House, Our take on the new cheerios ad, entertainment updates and more. Black on Black crime is when black people overtly focus, criticize, or analyze other black people in areas they wont consider anyone else. Join in Every Monday at 2pm eastern. Send your questions or comment to email@example.com
Our special guest is Jim McCutcheon Owner and CEO of HighGrove Partners, a $15 million company that provides Land Services, Landscape Maintenance and Water Management to commercial clients in the Metropolitan Atlanta area.
So many landscape companies don’t have a clear vision of who they are and what business they are really in or what business they should be in. For those that do have some sort of mission statement most have not articulated that ideal to their employees to help them understand who and what the company stands for.
In 2005 McCutcheon recognized that this was the situation at HighGrove Partners and changed his business model from that of landscape company that provides maintenance services to a service company that does landscape maintenance
On tonight’s show we are going to discuss:
What is the role of an owner and CEO? How can you differentiate yourself in a competitive market place? What is a service company? How do you develop a mission statement? Water management opportunities for the "green industry" Please join us tonight at 7:00 p.m. EST
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What is My Soul's Purpose?: Your Divine Blueprint
Join the On-Purpose Blog Talk radio show with Susyn Reeve and Rikk Hansen as they open doors to discover and live a lifework that’s alive with purpose.
This Thursday, May 23, Noon Central, we interview Shellie Nelson, a highly intuitive guide who has the ability to see the soul of a person.
For more details, visit: http://OnPurposeShow.com
Susyn Reeve, is the creator of The Self Esteem ToolKit, best-selling author of The Inspired Life and award winning author of Choose Peace & Happiness.
She has 35 years experience as a Corporate Consultant, Coach and InterFaith Minister. Her clients have included: American Express, New York University, Exxon, Continental Airlines, The Metropolitan Museum and Young Presidents Organization. She has been a delegate to the UN Commission on the Status of Women.
Rikk Hansen is one of the nation’s leading experts in guiding midlife professionals and entrepreneurs to discover a lifework that’s really their CALLING. During his 26 years in the career and leadership development field he has guided thousands of women and men through major lifework transitions – to rekindle purpose and passion for their next lifework chapter. Currently, as founder at Brilliant NEXT, he has pioneered a system called "New Fire Discover" that guides midlife women and men to find certainty of purpose and exciting direction for their next fulfilling work - in a short period of time and despite any obstacles, fears, or doubt.
Join us as we speak with Mr. Jerrod Mustaf, Take Charge Juvenile Diversion President/Executive Director.
Jerrod Mustaf is widely recognized as one of the rising stars in the field of social work in the Washington Metropolitan Area. As a long-time advocate for juvenile justice programs and one of the first certified gang prevention counselors in state of Maryland, he manages one of the most successful Juvenile Justice Programs in the nation. As the public face and primary fundraiser for Take Charge, Mustaf oversees and directs program activities for a program that employs a staff of six with more than 9 active programs and an annual budget of $500,000. Mustaf’s direction is a key component because of his involvement with Prince George’s County anti-gang initiatives and his involvement with a variety of youth programs.
He has more than 11 years of experience in developing, marketing and implementing local, state and programs resulting in an increase in serviced population and national level recognition. His experience in directing and managing juvenile justice programs helped Take Charge to achieve a 90% success rates for program-involved participants, one of the best records of achievements for a nonprofit in the State of Maryland. Best known as a former professional athlete, Jerrod Mustaf has dedicated his post-playing career to uplifting and mentoring at-risk youth throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area.
Lori Hatcher, is editor of South Carolinas' Reach Out, Columbia magazine and the author of the devotional book, Joy in the Journey-Encouragement for Homeschooling Moms. She's a popular blogger and women's ministry speaker, and her blog, Hungry for God; Starving for Time (www.lorihatcher.com) provides 5-min spiritual nutrition for women on the go. Her articles have appeared in publications such as Proverbs 31, The Mother's Heart, Columbia Metropolitan Magazine, Evangel, and Homeschooling Today.
As our guest, Lori plans to share the stories of six local women she's came to know through her work as editor of Reach Out Columbia, magazine. These women have faced serious faith challenges and said, "yes" to God. A job loss, the death of a spouse, a cancer diagnosis, and a brutal murder are just a few of the trials these women have faced, Each has stepped out in faith and seen God work in amazing ways.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll see yourself within their stories, Everyone has a story - what's yours?