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Vicki Hitzges began her career as a Dallas TV new anchor. After interviewing all sorts of people, she learned to talk to anyone about almost anything. She had a fabulous career working at NBC, FOX, CBS and ABC Affiliates and won a Headliner Award from the National Press Club for “outstanding” reporting.
From television, she headed into public relations. One of her PR clients was America’s top motivational speaker, Zig Ziglar. As a result, Zig Ziglar hand-picked her to be one of the few speakers he would personally mentor.
Within three years, Vicki had spoken from New England to New Zealand. Her third year I was invited by the California Business Leadership Summit as their first female speaker. The following year she was invited back to meet their second female speaker, former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
In 2004, Vicki earned the Certified Speaking Professional designation (CSP.) Less than 7% of speakers worldwide who belong to the International Federation for Professional Speakers hold that designation
For more information about Vicki Hitzges and her outstanding products and services, please visit http://acultureofencouragement.com/
What happens when a musician can't read music? You get the beautiful music of Vicki Logan. She is a self taught musician who can't read music, but she has created wonderful music with her keyboard and flute. Vicki has released four CDs to date with two more CDs scheduled to be released, one a holiday CD, another to be released around January 2014. Please join me to learn more about Vicki and to hear her music.
published on Apr 6, 2013 Marcus Garvey was a Jamaican-born black nationalist founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) created a 'Back to Africa' movement in the United States. He became an inspirational figure for later Civil/Human rights activists including Malcolm X who's father Earl Little, a Baptist preacher worked with Marcus Garvey before he was murdered .
Marcus Mosiah Garvey (1887-1940) leader of the Universal Negro Improvement Association, first African-American leader in American history to organize masses of people in a political movement Garvey was born in Jamaica and immigrated to Harlem in 1916 at the age of 28. In his homeland he had been an admirer of Booker T. Washington’s philosophy of self-improvement for people of African descent and had formed the Jamaica Improvement Association. When he arrived in America his ideas expanded and he became a Black Nationalist. For him, Africa was the ancestral home and spiritual base for all people of African descent. His political goal was to take Africa back from European domination and build a free and United Black Africa. He advocated the Back-to-Africa Movement and organized a shipping company called the Black Star Line which was part of his program to conduct international trade between black Africans and the rest of the world in order to “uplift the race” and eventually return to Africa. Garvey studied all of the literature he could find on African history and culture and decided to launch the Universal Negro Improvement Association with the goal of unifying “all the Negro peoples of the world into one great body and to establish a country and government absolutely on their own”. The motto of the U.N.I.A. was “One God! One Aim! One Destiny.” more http://www.marcusgarvey.com/pages/bio
Take 2 Radio Music chats with 4 time Grammy nominated Vicki Vann on Friday, March 15th at 3pm EST. Following graduation Vicki became a kindergarten teacher briefly but her music career would pull her in a different direction. In June of 1998 Vicki set her sights on recording her demo & headed to Nashville. She has since recorded 2 full song CDs, 2 Christmas CDs, played with some of the greatest musicians she considers "friends" along with garnering fans across 32 countries.
Take the Limits Off !!
Pastor Vicki Coward is the Co-Pastor of Agape International Ministries Worldwide in Richmond, Virginia, alongside her husband, Pastor Cliff Coward.
This year Vicki Coward Ministries will be hosting the "Take The Limits Off" 2013 Women's Conference, April 18 - 20.
Pastor Vicki stops by the show to chat about the ministry and her vision for the conference.
Thursday, April 18 - Apostle Laequinla Hunter
Friday, April 19 - Prophetess Annette Kenon
Saturday, April 20 - Fashion & Hair Show - Tickets $25
For more information contact 804-266-300 or click here
Andrew Marcus, writer and director of the movie Hating Breitbart, joins us to discuss the documentary and its meaning.
Conservatarian Sara Marie Brenner does not let public opinion get in the way of "telling it like it is." Brenner is the Creator/Editor of TheBrennerBrief.com, a right-of-center news and analysis site that launched Nov. 26, 2012 and now has nearly three dozen contributors receiving several hundred thousand monthly site hits. Read Brenner's full bio here.
"The Brenner Brief Show" also airs on Wednesdays 5-6p PT on KCAA 1050 AM in Souther California.
If you are interested in being on the show, having Sara Marie Brenner on your show, or advertising on the show, please email email@example.com.
For more information on tonight's show, visit TheBrennerBrief.com/radio.
Join Dr Elizabeth as she interviews Clairvoyant Teacher, Reader and Healer, Vicki Reiner.
Many people today face the challenge of disease in their body in some way, shape or form. Disease starts with a deficiency in the cells.
In her 26 years of hands on healing and clairvoyant work, Vicki has discovered a powerful way to assist the body in clearing out disease and rejuvenate the cells back to perfect health
Learn how you can achieve the gift of perfect health for yourself.
Like some of her characters, award-winning author, Vicki Batman has worked a wide variety of jobs including lifeguard, ride attendant at an amusement park; a hardware store, department store, book store, antique store clerk; administrative assistant in an international real estate firm; and a general “do anything gal” at a financial services firm--the list is endless. She has completed three manuscripts, written essays, and sold many short stories. She is a member of RWA and several writing groups and chapters. In 2004, she joined DARA and has served in many capacities, including 2009 President. DARA awarded her the Robin Teer Memorial Service Award in 2010.
Most days begin with her hands set to the keyboard and thinking "What if??"
The new buzzword in America is ratchet. What is ratchet? Its easy to see once you turn on tv. The low budget cat fights, the gratuitous sex, teenage youtube bullies- all the above is RATCHET! While it may make for subpar entertainment, what is this doing to a generation raised off tv? AMERICA THE RATCHET.
Hit Chicago singer, Marcus East. talks about the ins and outs of the industry, Chicago fast life, and why he's ready for a "New Chick".
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Vicki Anderson (born Myra Barnes) is a soul singer best known for her performances with the James Brown Revue. She is acknowledged by James Brown in his autobiography as the best singer he ever had in his revue, and probably the best female singer he has ever witnessed!! Anderson joined James Brown in 1965 and is the widow of Bobby Byrd (the originator of The Famous Flames) and the mother of UK based soul singer Carleen Anderson. Vicki married James Brown's right hand man Bobby Byrd