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Welcome to another 720 Show. Tonight we will discuss the revitalization of Detroit and how it is an investors and entrepreneurs heaven. We will discuss some of the unique business opportunities that exist in Detroit, and how entrepreneurs can take advantage of them. We will also discuss the various industries that could possibly rebuild the city itself, i.e. real estate, film & tv, sustainability and much more. Last but not least we will discuss how Black Small Businesses can ensure they are apart of the revitalization process of Detroit and capitlize on this huge investment and entrepreneurial opportunity.
Pervasive blight, crime, neglected school systems, and bankruptcy...terms that have all been used to describe the condition of Detroit, MI. Once the Mecca of the American automotive industry, where French architecture was as common as the Coney Island restaurants speckled across the city, where the sound of 'Motown' left its mark on history, and where the prosperous middle class owned homes with yards and nice cars...Detroit, the history rich city that serves as the poster child for a nation in turmoil. However, the city is seeing a revitalization much like the progressive metropolitan cities many people have flocked to. Where there once was dilapidated and long forgotten factories now stands lofts and condos that rent for thousands of dollars per month. Entrepreneurs are flocking to the city and the onset of promising businesses is spreading like wild fire, Foreign investors are buying Detroit homes in bulk, and J.P. Morgan has agreed to invest $100 million dollars over 5 years into the city....is this the reset button Detroit has been longing for? How long will it take to see a complete revitalization of Detroit? Are you willing to invest? Join us as we discuss the revitalization of Detroit with Private Banker, Jason Tinsley of J.P. Morgan...
Interculture operates as a facilitator. They develop or enhance strategies for their clients, be they governments, corporations, foundations or civil society organizations that wish to improve their results or solve daunting challenges. Our process brings simplicity to the complex. They understand the value of cultural competence and its relevance toward creating value for their clients. It is this understanding, coupled with their wide reaching network of capable consultants that makes all the difference for Interculture clients.
Saafir Rabb II has long worked with members of the US and international communities to promote an effective interface between profitable business and corporate social responsibility. As CEO of Interculture, Inc. he is a social entrepreneur, community developer, and high-level business advisor who maintains a strong commitment to social change and urban revitalization. He served as COO for I Can’t We Can (ICWC), a celebrated community development and drug-rehabilitation organization. He served as a consultant to the Obama administration’s transition team for public diplomacy, participates in the Brookings Institute’s US-Islamic World Forum, is a Senior Advisor to the Dean of the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, is a member of the Pacific Council, and a board member of Educate Girls Globally and Kanye West’s Donda’s House. Saafir completed a two-year program in Islamic law at the Abu Nour Institute in Damascus, Syria, and is a Columbia University Rothschild Fellow for interfaith relations. He holds a BA from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. Saafir primarily resides in Baltimore, Maryland, and frequents the Middle East.
About the Speaker:Saafir Rabb II has long worked with members of the US and international communities to promote an effective interface between profitable business and corporate social responsibility.As CEO of Interculture, Inc. he is a social entrepreneur, community developer, and high-level business advisor who maintains a strong commitment to social change and urban revitalization. He served as COO for I Can’t We Can (ICWC), a celebrated community development and drug-rehabilitation organization. He served as a consultant to the Obama administration’s transition team for public diplomacy, participates in the Brookings Institute’s US-Islamic World Forum, is a Senior Advisor to the Dean of the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, is a member of the Pacific Council, and a board member of Educate Girls Globally and Kanye West’s Donda’s House. Saafir completed a two-year program in Islamic law at the Abu Nour Institute in Damascus, Syria, and is aColumbia University Rothschild Fellow for interfaith relations. He holds a BA from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. Saafir primarily resides in Baltimore, Maryland, and frequents the Middle East.
CHAMBER CHAT features Jimmy Wisman with discussions surrounding the insurance industry and cyber security concerns/solutions as well as DRP related topics.
January 13, 2016 at 1:00 - CHAMBER CHAT with Michelle Miller and Jennifer Walker with the Gallia County Chamber of Commerce features Jimmy Wiseman, Vice President, The Wiseman Agency as well as President of the Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) and the President of the Downtown Revitalization Program (DRP). Discussions will surround the insurance industry and cyber security concerns/solutions as well as DRP related topics.
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This show is all about the power of tapping to help reduce and even eliminate anxiety in everyday life. This show brings to the surface the feelings of ‘not-good-enoughness’ as I call it and accepting and transcending those negative emotions in order to create a more balanced life. It is all about accepting the dark with the light, the negativity alongside the positivity. We will look into how tapping helps bring awareness into the present moment, so that you can live fully in the Now moment. We will also discuss many more anxiety coping techniques in order to retrain the mind into believing what we tell it to. This is an inclusive process, binding spirituality along with the mind, for they are not exclusive. Therefore, join me for this show, because I hope it will change the way you look at anxiety, depression and any type of malaise with compassion and empathy, instead of in victimization-mode. So, join me for this show, because I hope it will shed a light into the human condition….
Work Life Balance is not a trend, it's a lifestyle - Deb Crowe
As the CEO of a successful medical case management practice for 23 years, Deb recognized the growing need for further supports for professionals and families dealing with catastrophic illnesses and the need for stress management. Leading with this new vision, I have evolved into a Work Life Balance Specialist and I've created a model for revitalization, stress management and leadership success.
A very special young boy that Deb had provided medical case management for a number of years named her “Mama Deb” after his third neurosurgery. As I sat in the recovery room with his mother, it truly was an ‘aha’ moment for Deb and she pondered that one day I would use "Mama Deb" for good purposes in a truly pay-it-forward way. Mama Deb was brought to the world in March 2013 and has not looked back. Through coaching, mentoring, speaking engagements, blogging and being true to who she was meant to be, the feeling of being and knowing you're in the right place is quite calming. It absolutely feels right says Deb.
Deb provides coaching to women, men and couples and absolutely enjoys working with companies (small to large) to assist with their EAP programs to reduce and eliminate short-term disability claims and get balance back to employees and be the mediator between the employer and employee.
Deb's ultimate goal is to get ahead of the curve and educate employers about the importance of work life balance so that employees do not become so stressed, receive a medical diagnosis and go off work on short-term disability. She is ready to shift a culture with respect to work life balance.
Deb lives in Canada and works with clients across the globe. She is knowny by many as the 'go to' for work life balance. Her website is www.mamadeb.com.
Serafin M. Coronel-Molina, Ph.D., Indiana University
Mercedes Niño-Murcia, Ph.D., University of Iowa
Miryam Yataco, M.A. Ed., Educational Linguistics, Language Rights Advocacy
Discussing the Law for the Preservation and Use of Original Languages of Peru and Martha Hildebrand, Peruvian linguist and politician, comments on the issue.
An analysis of Martha Hildebrand, Peruvian linguist and politician, controversial statements that were posted on YouTube. Link to the interview with Martha Hildebrand in Peru (in Spanish) on YouTube:
Taneshia Nash Laird is a seasoned professional with over 20 years experience in strategic communications and 15 years experience in community revitalization in the private and public sectors.
In November 2014, Taneshia was appointed a Regional Director with the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce. She is also the CEO of Legacy Business Advisors, a consultancy which provides social entrepreneurs and government agencies with strategic communications, business development and economic development strategies.
Taneshia is the co-owner of My Image Studios (also known as MIST Harlem), the $21 million, 20,000 square foot entertainment center in New York City. The published co-author of the critically acclaimed book “Still I Rise: A Graphic History of African-Americans,” Taneshia is a committed community leader with a passion for art, history and the environment.
Taneshia serves as a trustee with the Art Pride of New Jersey Foundation and the Advocates for New Jersey History; a Senior Fellow in the Eastern Regional Network of the Environmental Leadership Program; a member of Felician College's Business Advisory Council; and an appointee to the board of the New Jersey Urban Enterprise Zone Authority.
Widowed in 2013, Taneshia is raising her two young daughters in Princeton, NJ. Her primary business offices are in Trenton, NJ, where she served as the city director of economic development and later the executive director of the Trenton Downtown Association.
2015 — Tuesday Co-hosts Richard Narog and Hezi Aris open the "featured" BlogTalkRadio program "Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris" this November 17, 2015th, and every Tuesday, at the top of the 10 o'clock hour EST. They engage in discussion, review, and analysis of issues specific to the City of Yonkers, as well as issues that sometime stray beyond the borders of the fourth largest city in the State of New York. This Tuesday will focus on election eScams. Hint: It has to do with the Yonkers Board Education, a department of the City of Yonkers rather than an issue about eMail scams. Tune in greater incite.
Musician John James attends the broadcast at 11am EST. John's earliest memories are of listening to jazz and bebop greats like Miles, Coltrane, Bird, Dizzy, Monk, Duke, Satchmo, and others, at the influence of his father, a jazz musician, composer, and horn player. By eight years old, John was playing sax (alto/baritone) in bands around the tri-state and NY metropolitan area. By age thirteen, he was playing guitar and drums on the NYC circuit, in famous rock clubs like CBGB's and The Continental. After being voted "most musically inclined" in high school, he went on to study music at a conservatory in Westchester, New York
Tracy Brown, The Save the Sound Director of Western Sound Programs, par of the Connecticut Fund for the Environment effort striving for clean and healthy water, water quality monitoring, reclamation and revitalization of habitat, coastal clean-up, and so much more. We discuss the issues and consider if the drought suffered by communities throughout the country has sensitized or tempered people's concern over water and wha can be and should be done to met the need for water. Ms. Brown attends the broadcast at 11:30am..
Robert M. Douglas Sr. is the Founder & Co- Director of the S.O.N Foundation. As a youth, Mr. Douglas participated in youth programs at Palmer Park, and played for Palmer Park Eagles Football and A’s baseball teams. In 1991, Mr. Douglas suffered the painful loss of his brother Anthony Darwin Douglas, who fell victim to the crime that is currently plaguing Roseland, called gun violence. Determined to ensure that the loss was not in vain, Mr. Douglas organized the S.O.N Foundation with the vision of making the Roseland community safer and supportive. Join us as Robert talks about ways to stimulate community revitalization and promote self-determination, in low income communities.
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Our guests this morning are Andrea Giancoli, Joy Corradetti, Bernard Ibarra and Jessica Lo Ibarra, all proprietors of businesses on the International Boardwalk in Redondo Beach.
Registered Dietitian Andrea Giancoli is a nutrition and health advocate, consultant and communicator. She is a past National Media Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and continues to provide nutrition expertise to television, radio, internet and print media outlets across the country. .
Joy Corradetti has been a resident of Redondo Beach for over 25 years and was an employee of both Boeing and Raytheon when she was laid off during the recent recession. Living just a few blocks from the Redondo Pier and Marina, Joy took frequent walks on the waterfront and pondered opening a business that would fill a niche in the area.
Bernard Ibarra was born in the Basque country and immigrated to Canada. He then proceeded to cook all over the world including Israel, Lesoto, Singapore, Hong Kong, Houston and New Orleans.
As a child of Chinese immigrants growing up in Vancouver, Jessica Lo Ibarra found herself surrounded by an abundance of authentic international cuisine. At an early age, she moved to the US to pursue her design studies and focused her career on hospitality spaces combining her experience as both a designer and a casino marketing executive.
This morning, we’re going to talk about the recent renaissance of the boardwalk and the proposed revitalization of the Redondo Beach Waterfront.
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