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This show will be an interview with several Service Dog owners, Handlers, and Trainers. We will discuss issues import to the Service Dog community.
It is our hope to create an environment where people feel free to share their experiences and learn from each other.
Time permitting questions will be taken from listeners near the end of the show.
Our guest are both professionals and lay people who are speacking according to their experience and personal knowledge.
The views expressed are not nescesarily consistant with the views of the host.
We ask all callers to be mindful that this is a public forum and as such should govern yourself accordingly.
This show will discuss the legal aspects of Service Dogs. We will interview Lawyers, Leaders in the Service Dog industry, Owners who trained their own Service Dogs, and Handlers who obtained their Service Dogs from a Service Dog Organization. We hope to create an environment where people can learn more about their options when it comes to service dogs, The legal issues surrounding fake service dogs, many organizations choices available, the cost of training a Service Dog, personal experiences with Service Dogs, and what handlers wish people would know about them and their Service Dogs.
Tonights show will feature Beth Hicks discussing issues concerning her service dogs with the listening audience who call in to speak.
We strive to provide a show where people who have a service dog can learn and express themselves.
We offer insights and best practices and encourge responsible handling of service dogs.
We are always looking for guest with interesting stories.
We invite your questions and input. Please make comments on the show in the comment section.
If you enjoy the show, please share it with your friends.
Tonights show we will feature Dr. Veronica Morris Executive Director of Psychiatric Service Dog Partners. Dr. Morris will be discussing her organization and other topics of interest.
You won't want to miss her dynamic presentation. Invite your friends to tune in and listen.
We will extend the show for an extra hour so you will have time to ask questions.
The call in number is (646) 668-2499
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Join us TUESDAY, January 27 @ 7:30pm as the Real Talk All The Time Family goes in again about what ABSOLUTELY pisses them off. Annoying Cowokers? Ass Hat supervisors and bosses? Nosey Neighbors? How about our daily commutes to and from work? Non Drivers, traffic on the freeway? Get it off your chest Tuesday with What Grinds your Gears. Also Public Service Announcements. Have some free advice for the good of society? Shout us out! We will be having some fun and offending many at the same time but, this is REAL TALK ALL THE TIME! If its not real then why bother. Of course we won't let you down. We have the latest and greatest contraversial commentary on Sports, Current Events, Entertainment, and Politics. Remember 100% Real, Unpolished, and Unrehearsed. Real Talk For Real People. The call in is 347-637-3010 7:30PM EST. CHECK US OUT!! www.realtalkallthetime.com
Join the Coach Margaret Jackson LIVE at San Jose State University at the Nonprofit & Public Service Fair. Learn about the services that nonprofits bring to the community. LIVE chats with students and event leaders. Tune-In this afternoon.
Are you interested in working with a non-profit?
Do you give back to your community?
What is social entrepreneurship?
Non-profit doesn't mean no-money?
AM 1220 KDOW Business Radio Show Host and Coach Margaret Jackson will explore these questions and more. LIVE at San Jose State University in Silicon Valley!
Bobby Baker's practice focus is on providing strategic and regulatory advice to private companies and local governments, with an emphasis on energy, transportation and technology issues. In addition, Mr. Baker handles appellate and mediation matters.
Mr. Baker was first elected to the Public Service Commission in 1992 and was the first Republican to win a statewide election for a Georgia constitutional office since Reconstruction. As Commissioner, Mr. Baker worked aggressively to develop competitive markets for utility and technology services, and to reduce the regulatory burden on businesses. He was elected to a third six-year term in November 2004, but did not seek re-election in 2010, deciding instead to return to private practice.
Mr. Baker grew up in DeKalb County and attended DeKalb County public schools. He graduated from Oglethorpe University with honors and received his law degree from the University of Georgia. After law school, Mr. Baker joined the Southeastern Legal Foundation, a regional conservative public interest law firm and then practiced with a private law firm in Gwinnett County. Mr. Baker has been recognized on numerous occasions by both Georgia Trend Magazine and the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of the city and state's most influential leaders. He has served on the board of directors for the Georgia Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology (GCATT) and as Vice-Chairman of the Gwinnett County Planning Commission (1990-1994). He also is the recipient of the Talmage Award from Oglethorpe University in honor of his distinguished professional career in public service.
My King's Service Pentecostal Church of God with Evangelist Berney K. Dorton
My King's Service, with Chaplain Dr. "Jean," Emogene Ezell Ph.D., at 7 PM (EST)
Macro economist Dean Baker and Jay Ackroyd discuss the role public sector unions have played in the labor movement, wage rates, pensions and economic growth and income equality Baker is an American macroeconomist and co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research.
The May 14, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Josh Weddell, police officer, military veteran and motivational speaker.
Program Date: May 14, 2015
Program Time: 1500 hours, PACIFIC
Topic: Becoming an Effective and Powerful Public Speaker
About the Guest
Josh Weddell as 19 years of experience in public service. He has been a volunteer firefighter, is a military veteran and now a police officer. Josh is also the owner ofNever Give Up Solutions, providing “speeches to motivate, encourage, inspire, team work and stress management to all types of audiences.”