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Marc Coleman, President, The Tactile Group
The Tactile Group helps government, enterprise and non-profit clients that struggle with data gathering and digital communications so that they can improve their interactions with their constituents visualize actionable metrics.
Marc Coleman trained in electrical engineering at Princeton University and architecture at Temple University, Marc has over two decades experience in creative direction, design, business entrepreneurship, and client relations. Marc is the driving force in developing business relations and the company’s artistic vision.
Chase Coleman is calling into Variety Radio Online to answer all of your questions LIVE on air..
Chase Coleman is an American actor, director and musician. Coleman is best known for portraying the character Billy Winslow in the HBO TV series Boardwalk Empire. He was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and raised in Monroe, Louisiana. He first attended Grace Episcopal School for elementary and Junior High education and graduated to Saint Frederick High School. While in his 2nd year of high school he began singing and playing music in his first rock band. Throughout high school he played in the local Monroe, Louisiana rock band Crawl Space until graduation. He attended the University of Louisiana at Monroe majoring in Business Marketing. Throughout college he played in the local band Fallstaff. In his second year in college he began to gain interest in acting. He performed with the Straus Community Theatre and the Theatre of the University of Louisiana at Monroe and during his Junior year of college he signed with the Baton Rouge agency, Stage 2000 recruited by Ron Randell.
Coleman is most recognized for his role as Billy Winslow in Season One of Boardwalk Empire, as well as guest starring on The Originals, The Good Wife, Gossip Girl, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Kings. He has had many starring and supporting roles in independent films such as New York City Serenade, Catahoula, and God Don't Make the Laws. He also played the lead of Andrew in the Off Broadway play My Big Gay Italian Wedding.
Cora Jakes Coleman, talks candidly with Vanessa Richardson about becoming a mother and her growing ministry "Fertility Faith. "
Author and playwright, Dishan Washington chats with Vanessa about her latest book, "My Child Is Not A Mistake."
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First Segment: Cora Jakes Coleman
Cora Coleman is 27 years old. She is a wife to her wonderful husband Brandon Coleman and is the mother to her beautiful daughter Amauri Coleman. She’s the daughter to world renown Bishop T.D. Jakes, and First Lady Serita Jakes. She is working as the children’s ministry director of The Potter’s House of Dallas.
She loves life, and enjoys writing. She began writing in her blog Fertility Faith at the age of 24 because at the age of 22 the doctors diagnosed her with infertility. She went to the web looking for young women her age that were going through infertility, and could be a support to her, and found nothing for her age group. READ MORE at http://sharvette.com/2015/01/17/on-air-with-cora-jakes-coleman/
Second Segment: Dyonteniece P. Rice
Bestselling Author | Inspirational Speaker | Poet
“I have come to realize that without God I am nothing. My life in this world is meaningless, if I
don’t have the presence of my Heavenly Father actively working in my life. I submit to God as I
submit to my Husband, who is an amazing man I love more and more each day.”
Dyonteniece and her husband reside in the state of Texas with their two pet fish. They both are
active members of Word of Restoration International Church in Rosharon, Texas under the
leadership of Dr. Charles E. Perry Jr.
Dyonteniece is also Bestselling author of Real Poetry | Raw Passion Open Heart Surgery.
READ MORE at http://sharvette.com/2015/01/17/on-air-with-dyonteniece-p-rice/
Check out Episode 50 of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast and enjoy our weekly recap of the hip-hop universe. We will also be holding court with a very special guest. This week we have our stereoside chat with author Brian Coleman. He has penned such gems as Check The Technique - Volume 1, Check The Technique - Volume 2, and Rakim Told Me. We will discuss everything to his Invisible Liner Notes approach, the effect of his worldwide acclaim, some of the songs that he has dissected, and many topics. It's The Tape, y'all.
#respectheatholderz #tissueinthetape #warroomsports #hiphop365
Kadesh aka Desiree Coleman Jackson earned national recognition when she starred in the classic and legendary, longest running off Broadway musical in American history "Moma I Want to Sing" where she showcased her 6 octave, pitch perfect range, singing before sold out crowds of thousands from coast to coast and even Japan. She was discovered and mentored by Patti Labelle who helped her to get her first record deal with Motown. Since then Jackson has co-starred in many off Broadway plays as well as television shows, films and featured performances at many high profiled events. Kadesh is also the wife of NBA legendary point guard/former NBA coach and ESPN Sports Analyst Mark Jackson.
Musicians need performance venues, and Danny Coleman’s Rock On Radio is the forum for interviewing and listening to solo artists, creative guests, including reality stars, Rock and Roll Hall Of Famers, and many up-and-coming but unsigned NJ artists and entertainers. The famous and not so famous are made to feel right at home in the ROR studio where live performances, phone calls, Facebook, email, and chat rooms keep Danny a very busy radio host, effortlessly multitasking for 2 hours each Sunday night. And there’s even a studio audience to keep him further engaged. The night I listened in and watched the live video, Manda Morris was in the studio with her guitar having played the Stone Pony the previous night. Danny is a life-long drummer who graduated from broadcasting school but realized radio wasn't paying as well as his day job. When a back injury forced him out of work, he saw a Craigslist ad looking for Radio Show Ideas/Hosts Wanted. He pitched his idea, and ROCK ON RADIO was born April 26, 2009. “Rock On Radio was started because I felt that musicians needed a venue to be heard, not only musically, but personally as well,” Coleman says. “I hope my listeners get to know my guests on a more personal level. Many people have seen my guests in coffee house, bars, and showcases but don't know them as individuals. I want my listeners to be entertained, informed and to feel like they know me, my guest, and all of us at ROCK ON RADIO on a more personal level every week.” After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Secretary Clinton's Personal eMail Server
When Hillary Clinton received an email as secretary of state, the message landed at a server registered to her home in New York’s Westchester County and physically located in the area, according to Internet registration records.
That set up underscores the lengths Mrs. Clinton and her inner circle went to create a communications system that they could more closely control.
For personal email, most individuals either use consumer services such as Google ’s Gmail or rent space on a technology company’s data center.
The private system also meant that government officials would have had to go through the former cabinet member—and likely 2016 Democratic presidential candidate—herself to access her email, whether to check for hackers or in the case of a subpoena or records request.
Chantelle Coleman is an only child born and raised in Baltimore, MD. Her parents made sure at an early age that she dedicated her life to Christ. Chantelle new that God had blessed her with the talent of singing and she began using that talent on the church choir every Sunday morning and was later appointed as youth advisor to the young adults of Christian Unity Temple.
She has faced many challenges in her life from molestation to fighting the battle of obesity and depression. Chantelle finally made the choice to fight back. Her relationship with her heavenly father and the support of her family and friends is helping her to fight an ongoing battle with obesity.
She started a blog on face book called " THE JOURNEY OF A THICKCHICK". This blog along with her personal trainer has helped her to change from an unhealthy lifestyle not by dieting but by making healthy choices. Her highest weight was 489pds and so far on her journey Chantelle has lost over 100pds. Her goal in life is to help others that are battling low self-esteem, depression and addiction. Chantelle’s new focus on life inspired her to let her voice be heard and she joined 4 beautiful women as a Co Author of " How We Made It Over". Her journey is about Self LOVE, RENEWING HER MIND AND STEPPING OUT OF THE BOX.
MS. CHANTELLE COLEMAN LOVING HER JOURNEY FROM THE INSIDE OUT
In this Writers Group Spotlight series, I will be spotlighting Writers Groups from around the world. We will discuss the benefits of joining a local writers group, give examples of what to expect and how to join, and meet a few Authors who are also members of writers groups.
Guest 1: Janet Sierzant: A Brooklyn girl, Janet grew up on Long Island. All her life, she was told that she wasn't college material, but after relocating to Georgia, Janet enrolled at KSU and graduated with a Bachelor's degree. It wasn't until then that she discovered her love of writing. Now, living in Vero Beach, Florida, Janet's an active member of the Florida Writer's Association, and the Treasure Coast Writer's Guild. (Entangled)
Guest 2: Valeria Wenderoth
Valeria grew up in Rome, Italy, and was raised bilingual (Italian and French). She studied music in Italy and earned a Master and a Doctorate in Music History in the USA. She moved to Hawaii, where she started a family and began teaching at the University of Hawaii. Her work brough her to Colorado for a year, and she has recently settled on the Treasure Coast of Florida, where she lives with her husband. Traveling is one of her passions, so you never know where she'll be next. Valeria is a professor at the University of Hawaii and her job is to develop and teach online courses. (Bad By the Numbers)
With the release of his first solo CD effort, ‘Soul Searching’, and single ‘Genesis’, an instrumental jazz/funk fusion collection that interweaves music inspired by his much admired influences, Mitchell Coleman Jr has fulfilled a lifelong dream of creating the music he hears in his heart and feels in his soul – and sharing it with the world.
The disc, independently released on his own Soul Revelation label , features some of L.A.’s funkiest players: his long-time collaborator and ‘Soul Searching’ co-producer, Hollywood (pulling triple-duty on piano and vocals), Deron Johnson (formerly with Miles Davis) is also on keyboards, Kayta Matsuno and Sean Fabian are on guitar, Tim Anderson and Sal Avila are on saxophones, while industry veterans and sisters, Pam and Joyce Vincent (formerly of Tony Orlando and Dawn) and Jim Gilstrap (the ‘Good Times’ TV show theme song singer) perform background vocals along with newcomers Sean Thomas and Nodesha.
Tonight's topic: "The impact of technology on our lives!" This show will openly discuss how our lives are so controlled by technology. We will compare and contrast the good and not so good effects of technology in today’s society.
The “Conversations With Good Brothers” Talk Show was established to challenge the idea that men do not talk. Our show provides both men and women a forum to express themselves as well as to listen to two educated men of character and morality speak on topics that are not typically explored by men of color. Join hosts Darnell Ramsey and Shawn Francis-Coleman.
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