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Date: February 2, 2016 @ 11:00 AM ?
Guest: Charles Gillean, Principal Consultant? Global Supplier Diversity Strategies LLC ? Subject: PREPARE, PRESENT, PURSUE: ?
A METHODOLOGY FOR CATCHING THE BIG ONE? (Third in s series)?
Mr. Gillean works with corporations, both domestic and foreign to develop Supplier Diversity Programs that are in full compliance with the regulations of their host countries. ? ?
Charles has been working in the purchasing profession since 1979. Charles has led the Supplier Diversity Program for a Global 200 corporation. He administered the Supplier Di- versity Program for the 4th largest transit property in the nation.?
Charles has testified before the US Commission on Civil Rights on Supplier Diversity issues and was a key partici- pant in the development of unified certification standards for federal agencies and advocacy groups. Mr. Gillean regu- larly conducts workshops and seminars on Program Devel- opment, Federal Compliance and his favorite topics, “Inno- vative Approaches to increase Diversity Supplier Participa- tion”; and “Marketing to the Big Boys, P3 – Prepare,
Charles Gillean can be reached at (610)-804-8024 & ? ChasGillean@gmail.com and his profile on linkedIn? https://www.linkedin.com/in/charles-gillean-851abb3?
Join Ronald, co-host Cathy Doerr and Charles and get your facts right about the companies you are pursuing to catch the big one. airing on February 2 at 11:00 AM
Black’s Law 4th Edition
STATUS. Standing, state or condition. Reynolds v. Pennsylvania Oil Co., 150 Cal. 629, 89 P. 610, 612. The legal relation of individual to rest of the community. Duryea v. Duryea, 46 Idaho 512, 269 P. 987, 988. The rights, duties, capacities and incapacities which determine a person to a given class. Campb. Austin 137. A legal personal relationship, not temporary in its nature nor terminable at the mere will of the parties, with which third persons and the state are concerned. Holzer v. Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft, 159 Misc. 830, 290 N.Y.S. 181, 191. While term implies relation it is not a mere relation. De La Montanya v. De La Montanya, 112 Cal. 101, 115, 44 P. 345, 348, 32 L.R.A. 82, 53 Am.St.Rep. 165. It also means estate, because it signifies the condition or circumstances in which one stands with regard to his property. In the Year Books, it was used in this sense; 2 Poll. & Maitl. Hist, E. L. 11.
Guest host Nata Edwards from WFNZ 610 the Fan's The Call Up joins as our guest host. We'll recap an uncharacteristically low-scoring week for the Charlotte Hornets and give you a quick update on the status of Al Jefferson who suffered a strained right calf in Sunday's contest against the Milwaukee Bucks.
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Is Kemba Walker playing at an All-Star level will we finally see it continue for more than one month?
We preview the Hornets date with the Golden State buzzsaw. Should fans be thinking "Why us?" or "Why not us?!"
Nick Denning joins with NBA picks and we power rank the top five Hornets players for the month of November.
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The St. George Book Festival is celebrating its 10th Anniversary.
As part of this year's activities, the St. George Book Festival has asked its community one very important questions many readers, teachers and libraries have asked, "What is Social Media’s Impact on Literacy?"
The St. George Book Festival will be airing live here on BlogTalkRadio's featured World of Ink Network on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, starting at 5 pm Pacific - 6 pm Mountain - 7 pm Centeral - 8 pm Eastern and will offer a free community forum on “Social Media’s Impact on Literacy.”
The National Assessment of Adult Literacy defines literacy as "using printed and written information to function in society, to achieve one’s goals, and to develop one’s knowledge and potential." The illiteracy skill level is based on a fourth-grade level. The reason for the reference to the fourth-grade level mentioned above is that in nearly all U.S. schools, the only reading taught after the fourth grade is remedial reading. If that is all they can read, however, they are functionally illiterate. This means about 23% of the national U.S. population falls under the category functionally illterate.
The discussion will take place at DXATC, 610 S. Airport Road in St. George at 6 pm Moutain fon October 21, 2015 for those who live in the area. Panel members include Lenore Madden, Casie Forbes, Stace Hall, Kristy Pike, and students of DSU. This discussion will tackle the expanding role in Social Media on literacy.
For more information on these and other events associated with the 10th Annual St. George Book Festival, please go to www.stgeorgebookfestival.org
Roy L. Williams is the founder and CEO of Williams Writing Solutions, a full-service PR/writing consulting company founded in January 2014, putting his 25 years of journalism experience to work for others.
Before that, Roy was a director of marketing for Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School in Birmingham. Roy spent 23 years as a reporter for The Birmingham News, building a loyal following among readers, politicians and business leaders for his coverage of personal finance, workplace, small/minority businesses, tourism and hospitality.
Roy is an example of how journalists can transform their writing and research skills into other professions. Since August 2013, he has been host of Biz Talk With Roy Williams on WAGG Heaven 610 AM, Birmingham’s only radio talk show devoted solely to business issues.
Roy is the author of “911, God Help Us,” a memoir about how he coped with the loss of his oldest brother, Maj Dwayne Williams, who died in the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon. Roy’s work as a journalist, author and motivational speaker won him the 2012 Emory Jackson A.G. Gaston Award, and Southeast Small Business Magazine named him in October 2012 among the 40 Most Influential Men in Birmingham. He was featured in the 2014 edition of Who’s Who in Black Alabama. Roy was also recipient of the 2007 Will Sutton Community Service Award from the National Association of Black Journalists.
A founding member of the Tower of Prayer in Leeds, Roy graduated from Jacksonville State University with a Bachelor’s degree in English and serves on its Communications Advisory Board. He lives in Birmingham with his wife, Patrice, daughter Naja, 14, and son Royce, 12.
We're jam packed with guests ready to talk about the NBA Draft and Charlotte getting the 2017 All Star Weekend, INCLUDING:
Chris Barnewall, editor of At The Hive, about how the Hornets trade of Lance Stephenson will affect the draft.
Konata Edwards of WFNZ 610 the Fan on what the Hornets most pressing needs are and if it even matters.
Adam Chin of Baseline Buzz on Cho's draft history
David Potts of Arizona Desert Swarm about Stanley Johnson
Jason Marcum, editor of A Sea of Blue, on the gaggle of Wildcats on the Hornets radar
Bryan Mears of At The Hive on the possibilities of trading back
James Plowright of Queen City Hoops on who's most likely to fall to the Hornets at the 9 spot.
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