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Check out the cast of Flags on the Field, tonight on Cruz Inc Radio at 9 PM EST.
Starring: ChelseyRai S Standberry, Courtney Nichole, Tai Anderson and Vitelle Webb.
Directed by: Bobby M Peoples and Renee People
FLAGS ON THE FIELD. Set in present day Atlanta, Ga, four friends tackle the ups and downs of friendship, infidelity and family life no matter how insane things get at times. TERRY ROBERTS the corky elementary school teacher who's recent divorce with PHILLIP ROBERTS leads her friends ROBERTA WATKINS, CANDACE PERRY and SHONDA WESSON to an unusual intervention amongst friends and revelation. Their lives will have you on an emotional roller coaster from laughter to tears as they discover the game of life has a lot of flags on the field.
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Gary Anthony Sturgis is a New Orleans born actor/writer/director best-known for his portrayal of the villain in two of Tyler Perry's biggest hit films, "Diary of A Mad Black Woman" (as Jamison Jackson) and "Daddy's Little Girls" (as Joseph Woods). He also co-starred opposite Terrence Howard in "Pride", as the charming yet sinister pimp/drug dealer Franklin Washington. Recently, he has stepped out the role of bad guy to co-star in the comedy "Chicago Pulaski Jones" with Kel Mitchell and Cedric the Entertainer.
Gary takes on a totally different role in "Will To Love" which airs Saturday, June 27, 2015 on TVOne (Check your local listing for time). Also starring in the hilarious TV show is Marques Houston, Keishia Knight Pulliam and Draya Michele; from Basketball Wives LA.
Join us as Gary gives us the 411 on his character and other upcoming projects; along with talking live calls from his fans. www.blogtalkradio.com/cruzincradio 323-693-3317
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Blaine Bartlett is an internationally respected and sought after executive coach, management consultant, and organizational development expert. Blaine is President and CEO of Avatar Resources, Inc., a consulting firm he founded in 1987. The firm has affiliate offices in four countries. He has served clients in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the United States. While living in Japan in the early 1980’s, he managed the business and international consulting division of one of the largest and most successful human resource development and consulting organizations in Asia. Blaine is also an Associate Professor at China’s Beijing University and is on the teaching faculty of the American Association for Physician Leadership.
Blaine is considered a major innovative voice in the areas of leadership development, organizational development, and change management. He has been a guest lecturer on Enterprise Leadership Development at China’s prestigious Tsing Hua University, a featured speaker at numerous World Congresses of the Junior Chamber International, a featured speaker at the World Congress of Human Resource Management, and was a core panel member of the World Consortium for Research and Development of Training. Blaine currently sits on the Board of Directors of the World Business Academy, the Advisory Boards of the Tokyo based All Nippon Management Coaching Association, the China Management Coaching Association, the Philadelphia based Global Coaching Alliance and is also on the Advisory Boards of InVision Global Group in China and the Unstoppable Foundation.
Crisis Management, Crisis Intervention, Media Alerts, & Media Preparedness.
Places of Worship, businesses and every organization is vulnerable to crises.
The days of playing ostrich are gone.
If we don’t prepare, we will incur more even more damages.
Discover how leadership must address adequate internal and external communications.
Dylann Storm Roof, pulled the trigger, but who ultimately killed the members of Emmanuel AME Church?
The man accused of killing nine inside a black church wore pro-apartheid flags, made a ‘lot of racist jokes,’ and ‘wanted to start a civil war.’
Police arrested Dylann Storm Roof hours after he allegedly killed nine people at an historic black church in Charleston. Roof, 21, is from Lexington, South Carolina, and was taken into custody in Shelby, North Carolina. At a press conference, Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen said a citizen’s tip led police to Roof’s car. Mullen refused to comment on whether Roof admitted to the shooting but said the suspect was cooperative.
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