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  • 00:30

    Kama Speaks with Maria Allyne

    in Entrepreneur

    Maria is a proud Air Force brat who attended high school in Germany while traveling extensively through Europe with her family. She credits that priceless education for enhancing her innate ability to connect soul to soul. After high school, she studied fashion marketing at The American College in London, England . After returning to the United States, she obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Communications and later her teaching certificate. At the age of 46, she obtained her Master's Degree in Organizational Psychology and Leadership from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pa.

    She is married and the mother of three feisty girls. She feels that coaching women is her calling and is grateful for the ability to do it as a profession. She is known for successfully working with midlife woman who are struggling during this life stage and partnering with them to build the life of their dreams.

  • 00:29

    Kama Speaks with Julian Kelly

    in Entrepreneur

    Tune in as we discuss the documentary "Almost Family" by Julian Kelly.

    Julian Kelly was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1983 and was placed for adoption shortly thereafter. She has been searching for her birth-family officially since age 18, but had been searching on the internet since age 12. Her adoption has deeply affected every aspect of her life, which led to the formation of the documentary film “ Almost Family”.

    While filming the documentary “ Almost Family” Julian was able to find some of her birth family through DNA testing, but has not yet confirmed the identity of her birth-parents. Making the film was cathartic for her, but she emphasizes that adoption reunions are not for the faint of heart. Julian firmly believes that having basic and accurate ancestry information is a basic human right. Her documentary explores many facets of adoption that are often ignored by mainstream outlets. 

  • Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

  • 00:15

    Kama Speaks with Jai Ray

    in Entrepreneur

    About Jai

    Adapt. Improvise. Overcome.

    This is the US Army mantra, which Jai Ray’s Dad instilled in him from a young age. Throughout a 22 year Army career, Jai’s dad took his family around the globe. But instead of sheltering them at Post, he immersed them in the language, culture and commerce of their surroundings. In short, they learned to ADAPT.

    While living for five years in Germany, Jai became well-acquainted with self-made men and women who proved that an entrepreneurial worldview is critical to success. Jai adopted this view long before the reality of adulthood crushes most dreams and funnels you into the hum drum dead-end jobs that many are stuck with.

    Jai learned that being your own boss was the fastest way to achieving ultimate freedom:

    Free with your time, money… and freedom from debt.

    For more information, please go to http://www.renewfinancialmap.com/jaison-ray.html

  • 00:13

    Kama Speaks with Cheranissa Roach

    in Entrepreneur

    Are you stuck in life, trying to understand which way to "go"? Are you seeking guidance to get back on your feet and Pursue your Passion? 

    Make sure to tune in as I interview Cheranissa Roach, a life coach, that can assist you to the next level in life you are reaching for. 

    Cheranissa Roach and is a Life coach, Speaker and Author of three books on women's empowerment. She helps moms pursue their dreams while raising their families without sacrificing either.

  • 00:30

    Kama Speaks with Damon Rawls

    in Entrepreneur

    About Damon 

    Damon Rawls is the Principal Strategist at DRC Business Consulting.  At DRC Damon advises, educates, and brainstorms with his clients to produce practical results in their businesses and in life.  Growing up in a family of entrepreneurs gave Damon the background and flexible mindset needed to become successful in business. Like most professionals, Damon entered corporate America with high ideas and aspirations but found that the corporate environment neither suited his free spirit nor provided the limitless opportunity he sought. After this realization he soon left corporate America in search of a brighter tomorrow, and never looked back since.


    Damon Rawls began his first successful company in 2001 and during the decade has gone on to start and partner in 2 other companies. While many business gurus advocate "get rich quick" ideologies that have proven to be unsuccessful time and time again, Damon Rawls is set apart from the rest, as his philosophies are built upon the philosophy of personal change and growth.  At DRC Damon doesn’t just give advice; He helps his clients find the answers from within themselves that will lead to their success.

  • Klarque Garrison of "Survive 365"

    in Books

    Mr. 365, D. Klarque Garrison, host of the blog, Survive 365, and the blog talk radio show, Survive 365: The Conversation of Survive 365 discusses his book, How to Survive the Next 365 | Your Lifeline to a Better Life.

  • 00:31

    Kama Speaks on the Home Buying Process

    in Entrepreneur

    Tune in as I discuss the Home buying Process! 

    First time home buyers get excited about purchasing a home, but they don't know what to expect. You will find out the answers to the following questions:

    What are the cost involved?
    What is escrow?
    What the sellers are obligated to pay for?
    How long does it take to close escrow?
    What are other fees involved?

    Those are questions I get often. Make sure you call in with any questions or email Kama@kamaspeaks.com for more information or to get your questions answered. 

    Home buying is one of the biggest purchases you will make in a lifetime. Make sure you understand what you are purchasing and feel a little more comfortable about your purchase. 


  • Children's book author, Bracha Goetz, speaks to her listening audience

    in Spirituality

    Bracha Goetz is the Harvard-educated author of thirty children’s books, including  Remarkable Park,  Let Your Fingers Do the Mitzvos and The Invisible Book. She also coordinates a Big Brother Big Sister Program for Jewish Community Services in Baltimore, Maryland.


    Her first published piece was a poem that appeared in McCall’s magazine when she won a Junior McCall’s contest as a twelve-year-old.  Years later, she was the editor of her high school paper, and later on, helped coordinate and contributed an essay to the anthology, Women Look at Biology Looking at Women, while at Harvard, which became a text for many women’s studies courses nationwide. Her writing has, since then and up until now, almost exclusively been aimed at the religious Jewish population;  being interviewed twice (2009, 2010) on the Zev Brenner Radio show in NY, the most popular Orthodox Jewish radio show.  A fun way for toddlers to learn vocabu

  • 00:30

    Kama Speaks on First Time Home Buying

    in Entrepreneur

    Purchasing a home can be scary for some and exciting for others. However, you may have others that may say that it's impossible or hard to do so. 

    On this episode we spoke on the importance of speaking to a Realtor, the professional and also why you need to began to prepare now for a home, if you are looking to purchase in the future. 

    BY THE WAY, we LOVE referrals! :) 

    Kama Burton ~ Pro-One Investments ~ 01471540



  • 00:46

    The ORACLE Speaks With ... YOU!

    in Spirituality

    Yesterday, Saturday, Novemember 7, 2015, Alumni, supporters and L.A.'s finest communed at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center, formerly The Ebony Showcase, to pay homage to C. Bernard Jackson, in celebration of his Bearthday and the 50th Anniversary of the inception of ICCC. I was an ICCC Babe, starting my studies there in my teens. I always felt at home, cared for, and mentored by so many who themselves have gone on to greatness. More about ICCC on today's show.....


    This week's Theme, from The ORACLE Cards....


    Your strength is not determined by your ability to love others. It lies in your ability to allow others to love you. Open your heart to the possibilities for love. Then your capacity to love others increases tenfold.


    The ORACLE Speaks ....

    "all-ways remember to love yourself"