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Join Charles Thomas, Jr. host of Forest Of The Rain Productions’, Summer Session on Monday, July 22, 2013 at 8:00 pm. His guest will be former NFL player and founder of the WC (We Care) Foundation Mr. Sean David Bailey. Mr. Bailey will discuss his journey as a scholar, his experiences as a professional athlete, the essence of the WC Foundation, and how those experiences allow him to teach others the importance of paying attention to life learned lessons in order to become a better person and leader.
Sean David is an educator, author, philanthropist, former professional athlete, and business owner. Sean David is the founder of the WC (We Care) Foundation. The objective of the WC foundation is to bring fathers back into the conversation with their kids as it relates to family, education, athletics, and personal and professional etiquette.
Join Charles Thomas, Jr. host of Living Education eMgazine’s Summer Session brought to you by Forest Of The Rain Productions’ on Monday, July 29, 2013 for a very special show.
The State of the Union: A Youth Perspective.
Charles will be joined by four amazing youth who will share their perspectives on a variety of topics. During the show, Charles and his guests will explore issues and respond to questions related to situations that impact their lives on a daily basis. You will have an opportunity to hear today’s youth offer views on matters of racism, education, sports, life, music, etc. This episode will allow you to hear the thoughts, opinions and desires of youth, who aspire to be leaders. This amazing hour and a half show will provide these four remarkable young people with a platform to address their concerns, feelings, fears, and recommendations for ways to improve our communities. This show will be their stage to engage one another in a positive, thoughtful, and critical manner. Adults like to think that we know what goes on in the minds of our youth. We don’t. On this Summer Session we get to hear them speak and they will have an opportunity to be heard. Everyone needs a voice.
You can listen live on www.forestoftherain.net tab summer session.
You can follow the conversation at anaturalbridge hashtag LEeMsummersession.
Welcome to Summer Session with your host Charles Thomas. Summer Session is sponsored by Forest Of The Rain Productions and is a part of its Living Education eNetwork. Forest Of The Rain Productions’ mission is to expand the voices of educational stakeholders. The voices they spotlight help create a richer dialogue which leads to a diverse exchange of knowledge and ideas within the educational landscape.
Joining Charles on today’s Summer Session is Mr. Darnell Jackson. Charles and Darnell will discuss "Leadership and how the 48 Laws of Power relate to Black Men" Mr. Jackson is born and raised in Dowagiac, MI, has excelled academically, athletically, and socially. His analytical, curious, inventive, altruistic and compassionate traits guide him.
Darnell graduated from Dowagiac Sr. High (2000) and went on to pursue a degree in Business Management & Information System (2004) from The University of Notre Dame.
While at the university of Notre Dame, Darnell held various leadership positions (NSBE President, Wabruda Chair, OIT Manager, Freshman Retreat organizer, etc.) but none more important than his unofficial/informal position of Big Brother to many underclassmen that touched him during his time there. “The greatest satisfaction is not only knowing that you’ve guided someone down the right path, but knowing that you’ve also shown them how traveling the ‘right path’ is possible, every day.” – A perspective that continues to drive Darnell.
Join Charles Thomas, host of Forest Of The Rain Productions, Summer Session as he discusses Leadership and Organizational Development with Dr. Larease Thomas.
Dr. Thomas is the President and owner of Become, LLC, a career and leadership development firm. She is also currently a Human Resources Manager at a large corporation. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and an M.B.A. in Management Information Systems from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX as well as a Doctorate in Organizational Behavior from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, CA. LaRease’s dissertation research focused on career development of African-American males, particularly looking at definitions of success and the impact of mentoring on career development. She continues to use this research as a base in working with people in the community to guide and focus their careers and prepare them to enter corporate America.
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