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i would like for us to have an discussion about heros. what has changed in the requirement of being called a hero , who do we think heros are in this day and age compared the heros of yesteryear lets talk about Whats Going On With Heros. Remember to call in at 342-850-1182 and tell me what you think
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OF AMERICA is so excited to Showcase and Salute the Phenomenal Male Division of our Organization, HEROS OF WEA.
H.E.R.O.S. ~Helping Entrepreneurs Realize Opportunities Sensibly~
The Network/Mentoring Male Division of Women Entrepreneurs Of America, that brings CARING people with Business, Mentoring and Life skills together with the purpose of developing long term trusting relationships. The people we tend to attract to our women's organization such as our Male Counterparts are caring people who are willing to share of their knowledge and wisdom; they truly are "Mentors In Motion".
For that reason, an Associate Male membership to our organization is by referral from one of our Associate Male member, by National Headquarters, members in good standing, one of our Sponsors, or Affiliates. JOIN US as the Women of WEA thank them.
With my Special Co-Host, Atlanta Chapter Inspired Member, Chandra Leigh-Brow
JW & The Protege host Positive Impact Hero show #4 and will be featuring
Brandon Okpalobi’s journey from the lively streets of New Orleans to becoming the founder, president and CEO of DIBIA Athletic Development and DIBIA Dream, Inc., is remarkable unto itself. Even more powerful than Brandon’s own story is how DIBIA has grown from its beginnings as a summer camp to its comprehensive scope that helps at-risk African-American urban youth beat the odds, realize their potential and achieve their dreams thorough DIBIA Dream. Join us live @ 9pm 1/31/16
Here from pioneers and heros who have blazed the trail for minorities in STEM. Make sure you are following us and on our contact list so you don't miss our new series.
About The Black Family Technology Awareness Association (BFTAA)
As the Black Community grows in size and influence, it is vital for this group and the nation that the gap in technological empowerment between Blacks and the U.S. mainstream be closed.
These "gaps" cause the Black Community to literally become left behind in many situations of life, including advancements at place of employment, benefits in health care, funding for education, home-ownership or automobiles
For More Information Visit bftaa.org
President of Black Family Technology Awareness Association on 2015 plans https://youtu.be/KpBw_6Vcc0I via @YouTube
ALSO YOU MAY BE INTERESTED in the Black Tech Week in Florida Feb 15- 20!
JW & The Protege interview Rich Raphael, President of the Miami Dade Xtreme Youth Football League. We'll get a state of the league status from Rich and talk about the emense work that goes into running a youth football league this big and competitive. We'll also get a chance to talk about past present and future of the league. We'll be taking live calls with questions for Rich all night... join us @ 9pm!
Tonight we'll talk with one of the hidden gmes in the Broward County Community, resident and leader Debarris James. Owner/President/Coach of the Broward Outlaws Semi-Pro/Amateur football team. Ages range from 18 and up being taught life lessons and mentorship as well as football skills and tatics. We'll discuss how important programs like these are for the community and just how direct the Postive Impact makes! Join in and listem and or call in to the show and ask a question/make a statement regarding our topic tonight.
in Self Help
"In 1987, Marsha Sineta, Ph.D. published "Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow: Discovering Your Right Livelihood." Having revisited it as of late, I have found her profound wisdom, humble examples, and spiritual insight to be a beautiful braid of universal truths for you and me to tap into. Please enjoy her book with me! You are guaranteed to find inspiration! In addition, enjoy a 'Hunky Dory' Tribute to one of my heros... Mr. David Bowie!" - Amanda Grieme
Please join Amanda Grieme, Author of “Dear Prudence,” Motherhood Made ME Get Over MYSELF: A Metamorphosis, and English/Creative Writing Educator. Amanda LIVES with Bipolar Disorder choosing writing as her catharsis and creative medium to help others. Her life experience with mental illness, self-medication will lend listeners invaluable, often quirky life advice. Tune in to share in life’s struggles, folly, laughter, tears… idiosyncratic oddities, cradled by eclectic music selections.
“Dear Prudence” Radio – Life Advice to Help YOU Cope will provide you with entertaining and informative fodder about life stuff, backed by research, justified by public opinion… and humbled by ill-experience.