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Youth Action Michigan, with Chapters in Detroit, Ypsilanti and Jackson is dedicated to organizing students to address, challenge and be a voice against School Push Out, Zero Tolerance Policies and the School-To-Prison Pipeline. Through Youth Action Radio, students from accross Michigan will take up important topics to kids in schools, give youth a voice to insert their ideas, proposed solutions and experiences in School. Youth Action Michigan (formerly Youth Voice & Youth Power Michigan) is a youth driven program launched by The Student Advocacy Center of Michigan. For more info about Youth Action Michigan, visit www.studentadvocacycenter.org
Join us today on Women Lead Radio, as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Jackie Greenbaum, Client Relations Manager at Fisher & Phillips, LLP.
The Fisher & Phillips Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council Strives to Advance Women Within the Firm and in the Legal Community. Fisher & Phillips greatly values the importance of having women leaders throughout the firm, the legal profession, and in our communities. The firm has a long history of promoting women. In an effort to advance that commitment, the firm developed its Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council (WILC).
The WILC committee is comprised of partners, associates, and staff from their offices around the nation. WILC has been charged with several important missions. Jackie is a member of the WILC.
Jackie Greenbaum began her career with Fisher & Phillips as a Human Resources Paralegal in August 1995. In the years that followed, she grew and developed into the firm’s Client Relations Manager for California. She also began various projects targeted at advancing women in the legal community years before it was fashionable to do so.
Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce.
Karen Cressman - Spiritual Interpreter, Self Empowerment Coach, Author & Speaker - who brings forth wisdom from other realms, along with Marc Himmelstein from Healing 4 Inner Peace, talk with representatives and members of the Andromeda Council's Galactic Federation to learn the current status of events happening as the Council supports Earth and humanity in its ascension process. We continue to learn what is next for us now that we are moving forward in the 5th Dimension; what the Council is doing to assist us in creating sustainable practices in our governments, financial markets, healthcare systems, etc.; who the players are in the multiverses working for and against our ascension process, and … how YOU can help.
Learn more about Karen at http://www.KarenCressman.com,
Learn more about Marcus at: https://www.facebook.com/marcus.healingfourinnerpeace
Creating leverage in life and business may sound generic, but I can assure you that this show will be anything but.
My guest today, Jason Hartman, is going to give us very specific strategies and techniques for business owners to use.
We're going to learn how to mix real estate investing and entrepreneurship.
And he's going to share 3 major areas you want to apply leverage in your life and business...one of these I have never even thought of!
Choosing a business lawyer is a part of doing business--not an option for conducting business. From ensuring proper compliance with local licensing requirements to state and inter-state code compliance, is essential to keep you OFF the courthouse steps and allow your business to prosper as intended. From flexibility in pricing to quick turnaround on the contracts your business requires to name a few, makes choosing the right attorney far more important for your business budget then you might imagine.
Join Bill, Rick and Steve to discuss this important criteria so that the business goals you envision can be met free from worry and with an eye only toward prosperity.
Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com
Rick Moscoso – R2VisualStudios.com
Smart Marketing focuses on providing a different, but positive perspective to the many facets of marketing and managing a small business.
The mission is to connect like minded women business owners together, help them build their business,
create relationships, and encourage one another in a fun relaxing atmosphere.
Today I will be chatting about why I believe this is important for women in business.
A resident of Rockville for 50 years, Brigitta Mullican is running for Rockville City Council because she cares deeply about her city. She is a founding member and President of the Rockville Sister City Corporation (RSCC). As a part of her work with Rockville's sister city of Pinneberg, Germany, she has hosted exchange students and adults and travelled to Pinneberg many times. She was a participant in festivities surrounding the 50th Anniversary of the Rockville-Pinneberg Sister City Relationship in Pinneberg and Rockville. She has served the city of Rockville in numerous capacities, including as member of the Rockville Planning Commission and the Rockville Board of Supervisors of Elections. She is also an active volunteer with the Montgomery County League of Women Voters.
Ryan Miner, the host of A Miner Detail of the Change Montgomery County Radio Network, interviews Brigitta Mullican on Thursday, October 8, 2015.
Matt McDaniel is a Baltimore lawyer who represents local businesses in lawsuits. A graduate of Loyola University and the University of Baltimore School of Law, Mr. McDaniel worked in the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City and for a judge on the Circuit Court of Baltimore City before serving as an attorney for local companies.
Mr. McDaniel, a Republican, encouraged by the success of Governor Larry Hogan, intends to pursue a message of economic opportunity, fiscal responsibility, and growth for Southeast Baltimore residents
Matt declared his candidacy for the First District City Council Seat in Baltimore City. He feels that a message of economic opportunity, lower property taxes, safer streets, and a pro-business platform would help the First District as well as Baltimore City as a whole.?