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Check out Merieta's exclusive interview with two-time grammy nominated music producer, Chris "Big Dog" Davis right here on The Late Night Girls with Girlie Girl Radio!
Heidi Olinger is founder and CEO of Pretty Brainy, Inc., a Colorado-based company that creates educational content to support teachers in their mission. Pretty Brainy specializes in project-based STEAM/science-technology-engineering-art-math programming to help educators excite students about learning and prepare them — especially girls — to pursue the broadest of career options.
Olinger began her work as an educator in 1990, focusing on students provisionally admitted to the University of Colorado. With a devotion to experimental pedagogy, she developed practices in student-centered teaching and over the next 10 years received multiple awards for teaching excellence, including the Boettcher Foundation Award.
Drawn to social entrepreneurship, she became a communications strategist in 2000 and senior writer for Colorado’s leading magazine on women in business. Also in 2000, however, she developed a close relationship with a niece who inspired her to form Pretty Brainy.
To fulfill her own heroic mission, Olinger launched Pretty Brainy, Smart Goods for Smart Girls, in 2008, and in 2010 Pretty Brainy girls’ T-shirts won the highest honor from the Mom’s Choice Awards. In 2012 Olinger introduced FashionablyMashed, an interdisciplinary mash-up of fashion design and STEAM for schools and nonprofit organizations. Inside and outside of Pretty Brainy she speaks on the success of girls and women in math and science. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.healmyvoice.org We are excited to be part of International Women's Day by kicking off our March 2015 conversations series, “Feminine Voices: Everyday Extraordinary Women on Leadership and Living“. This series seeks to energize conversation about the journey of feminine leadership. Join Andrea Hylen and Monisha Mittal as they talk about connecting with your authentic voice, inner authority and writing to heal and reclaim personal power to step into greater leadership in our homes, communities, businesses and the world.
Heal My Voice’s mission is to empower women and girls to step into greater leadership in their lives. We believe women are pivotal role models in their homes, communities, and institutions. Our programs and projects do this by creating a safe, intimate space for each participant’s voice, allowing each person to experience their situation authentically and speak from their place of truth and inner authority. In short, we believe your voice matters. Women who have gone through our process and claimed another piece of their empowered voice are featured in our published books. Check out our current and future projects.
alexi wasser's popular blog imboycrazy.com comes to life in podcast form! call in and ask alexi your love, dating, and sex questions! A pep talk, in the form of a slap in the face, in the form of a blog...and now a podcast! xo
Tune in to the first mid-week episode of 2015 with your hostess, Sandra LONDON of Live & Grind, broadcasting LIVE for you on Playtime with Sandra Radio.
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Official website www.AcmoneyRecords.com Keep checking for new music, video, event and photoshoot updates!! Bad Gal Shawnte will be taking all phone calls live tonight city to city, state to state, worldwide!! Your favorite DJ Ac.Money will be on the turntables keeping the music jumping!! We play indie music in the streets and the hottest music of all genres from Hip hop to Dancehall!! For advertisement inquires, sponsorships, or radio spins email us at email@example.com Serious Inquires Only!!! We welcome all sponsors!
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Amber Koonce didn’t just spend her time in college partying. She became an advocate for people who needed a voice. She has spoken up for minority and elderly residents against gentrification. She was the youngest person appointed by the governor to serve of the North Carolina Council for Women. She has worked with incarcerated youths and helped integrate schools. She is also the founder and executive director of BeautyGap, a non-profit organization that distributes dolls of color to girls of color internationally. (www.beautygap.org/)
Maxwell Ivey is a pretty accomplished guy. He’s a business owner, blogger, some time podcaster, lost over 250 pounds and he’s just published his first book. He’s also totally blind. His ebook is all about helping people to move forward and he’s included 11 powerful exercises to get them to do just that. He also encourages his readers to email him and let him know how he’s progressing. (theblindblogger.net/)
In this special LIVE edition of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone we feature the three on air personalities that will make up the CBS Sports Network television coverage of MotoAmerica in 2015.
Jonathan Green, fresh off his long term anchor position at World Superbike returns to American television as anchor for the coverage of AMA Superbike racing. He is known worldwide for his passion, wit and knowledge of motorcycle road racing. Jonathan joins us for this episode to share his thoughts on the new series and what it will take to bring viewers into the fold.
Colin Edwards has now retired from MotoGP. From the motorcycle to the right hand seat in the broadcast booth should be an interesting transition for this engaging and entertaining personality. We discuss this transition with Colin.
Cristy Lee has been working in a variety of television roles for the last several years. Star of All Girls Garage, experience on pit road in American Superbike racing combined with her exacting standards as a pit road reporter, Cristy appears ready to take it to the next level on CBS sports. We get her thoughts about being a part of this exciting three person team.
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Catholic priests are abusing young boys and girls, rabbi's are taping unsuspecting women during a religious bathing ritual, pastors are stealing church money. Where does it end. Seems like the real reason of church is lost in the glamour of the position, money, power, church politics and those who only desire to be in leadership. Where is the sense of community for the poor, the lost, the homeless, the jobless, those in need of spiritual guidance. Use to learn about Jesus, but not now, we need to get the pastor a new car. Did Jesus have a car?