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Vasi Huntalas, founder of Sustainable Transitions, provides workshops and coaching/mentoring services to individuals revitalizing their livelihoods for greater fulfillment, prosperity, and balance. For over 12 years, Vasi has coached, facilitated workshops, and consulted on career and workplace transformation with hundreds of individuals, teams, and leaders. She often works with people in non-traditional livelihoods such as entrepreneurs, creative occupations, and those with portfolio careers, to create success on their own terms. http://www.loveyourlivelihood.com and facebook.com/loveyourlivelihood.com
Denise Vasi has made a name for herself as one of the top actresses to watch in Hollywood. Vasi currently stars as smart, savvy businesswoman Raquel Lancaster in VH1's hit, one-hour scripted series, "Single Ladies." The upcoming third season from Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit Entertainment, which chronicles three friends and their take on love, dating and female friendship, is slated to return on January 6, 2014.
Gaining recognition in Hollywood for her breakout role in ABC's longstanding daytime soap opera "All My Children," Vasi starred as Randi Morgan, former prostitute and wife of series veteran Frankie Hubbard from 2008-2011. Vasi relocated with production from New York to Los Angeles to further pursue her budding career. She was most recently seen as Ruby in the critically acclaimed Steven Soderbergh-directed feature film Magic Mike, opposite Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey, and in Charles Murray's debut indie drama Things Never Said.
A Brooklyn native of Puerto Rican, Dominican and Greek descent, Vasi signed to Ford Models at the age of 12. She went on to grace the pages of international campaigns for ELLE, Marie Claire, GQ Italy and more. She appeared in numerous on-camera and print campaigns for leading cosmetic, hair care and fashion brands including Olay, Bobbi Brown, Dove, Urban Decay, M·A·C, L'Oreal, Target, Doll House, American Eagle, Republic and more.
Vasi's helped raise over $500,000 for addiction recovery as co-chairman of Caron Renaissance's "Save A Life Event."
Vasilios (Christofilakos) Only uses his first name
I've been in the fashion arena since I graduated FIT in the early 1980s . I designed and freelanced for many companies from JC Penny when they were in NYC, to Liz Claiborne, and for a hot minute i think the shoe company was named Ibiza or Ipanema (ladies shoes).. drew the fashion ads for NYC furriers which appeared i the NYTimes, Daily News, etc...in the interim i had started a ground crew business for fashion runway shows in NYC where I was in charge of getting dressers, the seamstresses, the go-fors, etc...from Fendi to Valentino. Headed the import department at the then named Accessories Association (an industry trade association).
And then in 1991 I was asked to teach a leather class at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. I continued to work in the fashion industry and even taught sketching shoes at Kenneth Cole in NYC to their line builders for both the men's and women's divisions.
I joined my long time friend and colleague of many years in the footwear industry, Robert, in co-finding and developing a new American men's fashion shoe brand, "RobertoVasi" which debuted in Las Vegas during the shoe market February of 2012. We're now in DSW and waiting for a few others retailers to pick us up...we've become a designer / wholesale business for now.
Even before her debut as Randi Morgan on ABC's daytime soap opera, "All My Children," Denise Vasi had already established herself as one of the entertainment industry's top women to watch. The budding actress, who is currently the face of Olay's Spring 2009 on-camera advertising campaign, has graced the pages of international and domestic glossies (including ELLE, Marie Claire, GQ Italy and the cover of French magazine Clam) as a sought-out model. Now, with her first long-term role in a television series and several feature films on the horizon, she is making a fast and determined leap into Hollywood.
How can bystanders help prevent relationship and sexual violence? Our guests this week are Vasi Kanneganti and Joe Andrade, Syracuse University students who are involved with the campus Advocacy Center.
Long-time FairTax activist and former Congressional candidate (VA-05) Bradley Rees welcomes three (count 'em, THREE) special guests tonight.
First up, Saul Anuzis, who is currently running for Chairman of the RNC. Find out more here: http://anuzisforchair.com
Then we are joined by Christian recording artist Kimbirly Vasi, debuting her song "We The People (Silent Majority No More)". More here: http://kimbirlyvasi.com
Rounding out the show, Bradley welcomes Robert Karns. Robert is the man behind the American Drive In, taking place in Washington, DC in January 2011. Find out more at http://theamericandrivein.com
We will have U.S. Senator James Inhofe talking with us about his not participating in the "Holiday Parade of Lights" again this year and the firestorm that has taken off from it. Also North Korea, Dream Act, Stark Treaty and many more issues.
We also have Kimbirly Vasi, singer and song writer of "We the People" and "One Nation" and many, many, more wonderful songs.
And our one and only Matthew and Harold will be discussing issues and will take some calls in the last half of the show.
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