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Host Emma Boa-Durgammah is excited to welcome phenomenal Christ Follower and Kingdom Worker for Christ Alyce Metallo to continue to address how Kingdom Work for Christ happens through praise and worship music today. In this episode, Alyce will let us know how she journeyed with the most Famous of All, King Jesus Who strategically positioned her to be His Light to others through incredible experiences and specifically using her one of her God-Given Tools, music.
Alyce’s experiences include being: a former high-school teacher from Washington, DC, a skilled and gifted pianist who started at the age of two, an incredible vocalist whose journey has been riddled with remarkable collaboration with Luther Vandross, Diana Ross and Kenny Rogers at Bill Clinton's inauguration, a return engagement to the White House as a choir director for VH1's Save the Music with John Mellencamp, among others. Additional experiences include multiple appearances with Stevie Wonder at School Night and in D.C., numerous Kennedy Center concerts alongside Vanessa Williams, Yolanda Adams, Jeff Majors, Regina Belle and Richard Smallwood, a twelve-day performance tour throughout Europe and receiving a prestigious “International Song of Peace” award.
Alyce is currently a worship leader at McLean Bible Church in Tysons Corner, VA where Lon Solomon is the Senior Pastor. She is a member of the award-winning, DC-based improv troup NowThis! and is a doting mother of three beautiful girls. She in her family reside in Northern, VA. For more on Alyce Metallo, please visit www.alycemetallo.com.
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WNY High School Sports Weekly recaps the scores and games of the past week and previews the upcoming week in WNY High School Sports. Our show will inculde anaylsis of teams/player/games along with interviews of players, coaches and reporters of WNY High School Sports.
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Raised in Tampa, Florida, Felicia Gibson Jaycox, Founder and CEO of The Power of You Teens, has always been passionate about educating and empowering young women.As the daughter of a high school teacher and pastor, Felicia began volunteering at an early age to help make a difference in people’s lives.After graduating high school, Felicia worked as a Care Counselor at a Teen Crisis Center where she helped teens who were having difficulties.It was at the Center that Felicia realized she was passionate about inspiring teens to reach their greatest potential.While earning her degree at the University of South Florida, Mrs. Gibson Jaycox became an on-air personality and model for the Home Shopping Network (HSN).While at HSN,Felicia created and was the CEO of The Glamour Girls Club,an organization aimed at helping young women between the ages of 5 and 25 gain self-esteem and self-confidence.Through the use of self-empowerment workshop programs, Felicia taught over 2,000 young women public speaking skills,self-improvement techniques and leadership qualities.Felicia gained extensive experience in the fields of television production and event planning when she came to New York in 2000 to further her television career. She has helped produce numerous events and television programs,including The Heritage Network’s shows“Showtime at the Apollo” and “Livin’ Large.”Felicia was also a Segment Producer for the nationally syndicated television show “Weekend Vibe.”Utilizing the skills she has learned throughout her distinguished career,Mrs. Gibson Jaycox established The Power of You Teens to help inspire teen girls to dream big and to empower them with the tools to become tomorrow’s agents of change.Her vision is to create an army of young women who are leaders –confident and strong enough to shine in the face of adversity and self-sufficient to make meaningful contributions to their community and to the world.
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Whether it's homecoming friendships break ups make ups prom or just trying to pass high school is a time that most look upon as the good old days and think fondly of the time when they took their friends out to the movies or went on dates with their girlfriend. Me? I dont think of it like that Im a negative person sure but i think that high school is ultimately a time of drama dumb fights stupid relationships and heart break i of course speak from experience as ive been on both ends of heartache and betrayal call in if you want your voice heard
We have been asked, When is Linda LeClaire returning? As promised she is back; with her Husband Dr. Bryce Young. If you have not read their books, you need to take advantage of the opportunity.
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In this episode we ask: Is football too dangerous? Should High Schools stop sponsoring it? Did DeMatha go too far in cyber-bullying Terrell Hall and what team in the DMV could move into the WCAC and compete? Also, featured: Lake Braddock, Centreville, Hylton, Arch Bishop Carroll, Gonzaga, Good Counsel and Bishop O'Connell!
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Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network
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This segment is CBBN Business Journals where we interview business owners and other innovators from around the world.
Michael Schlesinger is an adjunct professor of law at The John Marshall Law School where he is the Director of the law school’s Business Enterprise Law Clinic (the “BELAW”).
The BELAW Mission
We represent individuals, preferably from underserved low and moderate income communities, with limited financial resources who are starting or growing businesses and tax-exempt, not-for-profit organizations that serve low and moderate income communities. The BELAW provides students with a clinical experience in the practice of business and transactional law.
Listen today to find out how your business can benefit from the pro bono legal representation offered by BELAW.
To find out more by visiting their website at http://www.jmls.edu/belaw/.
Ms. Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Executive Producer
Chicago's Black Business Radio Network