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Small businesses stressed by reduced revenue, unpaid overhead, law suits, tax collections etc, we have the path for you to survive, emerge and succeed once again. Debt forgiveness and turnaround consulting.
High-poverty schools require considerable resources and deliberate action to adequately support children and families, to address the institutional barriers to opportunity children face, and to ensure students' academic and life success. While the challenges are many, there is a blueprint for what works.
Turnaround for Children, Inc. Founder, President, and CEO Pamela Cantor, M.D. talks to us about school turnaround and about why it is necessary, especially in high-poverty schools, for turnaround experts to partner with schools and educators and with students and families to systematically address the impacts of poverty on teaching and learning.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans with schools and promotes equity in education in compliance with federal law.
So, you've witnessed/experienced spiritual abuse or church hurt and need to move forward. What do you do? How do you embrace change? The solution, two words...TURNAROUND!
Join Truth Talk with Lady Tae for Kingdom Konversations with special guest, Elder Raymond Hudson who will be sharing some powerful tools of getting your breakthrough from manipulation and control issues in the church. Call in to engage in the conversation. Allow God to 'turnaround' your trials into a testimony of deliverance. Happening at 6:00 pm.
Listen in and engage in the discuss the surrounding “Turnaround” schools and Cami's efforts to raise the bar for all of Newark’s students
Confronting difficult changes for small businesses, with our Four Pillar turnaround system, our debt workout strategies and capital formation capabilities, we can bring you from survival to success.
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In 2003, Stacy Kennedy was rapidly climbing the ladder of corporate success… but going in the wrong direction.
After spending many years getting her accounting degree and CPA license, corporate America became her life. Stacy learned how to tackle chaos within companies and create systems to turn them around financially and operationally. She knew there had to be more to life than a 60+ hour a week job where her efforts built shareholders’ wealth, rather than her own.
Struggling financially, mired in student loan debt and feeling like she was missing out on life, Stacy was introduced to the world of real estate investing.
Over the next several years, Stacy started educating herself on multiple ways to invest in real estate and became an expert in creative financing. She acquired a masters degree from the School of Hard Knocks and found herself being drawn to working in the area of multi family real estate and property management.
Stacy Kennedy is a CPA, Multli-family investor nationwide and investor trainer. Over time and through the school of hard knocks, she applied her corporate learned systems and professional training to develop her “Letter of Intent” to protect her when acquiring underperforming properties.
For listeners of CREPN Radio, Stacy is providing this Letter of Intent for FREE!
YOU HAVE TO BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF AND ADMIT THAT THERE WERE (AND STILL ARE) COUNTLESS TIMES WHEN YOU COULD NOT SEE YOUR WAY OUT OF PROBLEMS AND CIRCUMSTANCES, BUT SOMEWAY AND SOMEHOW, THE LORD CAME THROUGH! THERE IS NO DENYING THAT WE HAVE HELP, BUT HOW DO WE ACKNOWLEDGE AND APPROPRIATE HIS GRACE SO THAT WE CAN GROW AND ADVANCE THE KINGDOM OF GOD AND WIN SOULS? WE MUST BE WILLING TO GO THROUGH AND ENDURE TESTS SO THAT THE LORD OF THE BREAKTHROUGH CAN BE MADE MANIFEST THROUGH US! THE WORLD IS WAITING. LET'S TALK ABOUT IT!
Join us Thursday May 21st for our very first episode of School Matters as we seek to tackle one of the most pressing issues facing us today.
Hosting will be Veronica Branch and Shennell Barnes McCloud. Moderating will be Eric Dawson.
This platform is intended to inform and engage the community in an attempt to improve the overall conditions of education in our urban communities—we look forward to your participation in these weekly discussions.
If you'd like to contact us please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Utley has been dealt, one of the two prospects has been named as Darnell Sweeney. We get another toolsy prospect who has a chance to do something and all of the sudden our farm system is getting loaded which may cause the Phillies turnaround to be quicker than expected. The Eagles and other teams have played an exhibition game and injuries and fights are beginning to pile up around the NFL. We will also get into a bit of fantasy talk on how injuries may impact fantasy football drafts that are happening all over. Plus Joel Embiid is officially getting surgery so we will discuss that. Get ready because we are going live!
Perseverance through Suffering. What does it mean? Why is it necessary? And what does it look like? Honestly, many Christians struggle with the reality that suffering will occur. Be it through grief, a traumatic situation, or some other hurtful situation, we all experience some form of suffering. But what does the Bible say about suffering? Why are we encouraged to persevere, and how do we persevere when the pain is so deep? Tonight, Commissioned by Submission welcomes our guest co-host, Jonathan Kegler, to discuss this very topic.
Kegler is a transformational leader who uses No Box Thinking to empower teachers and students of the 21st century. In his career as a principal he has led the turnaround of two elementary schools in East Texas. He enjoys motivating and inspiring others to reach their maximal potential in life. Jonathan is married to his high school sweetheart Tangela Kegler. They have an 8 yr. old son named, Jameson.