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Anna Johnson is the lead policy analyst working on reducing overmedication of foster youth and improving access to community and therapeutic services for youth. With her master’s in public policy from UC-Berkeley, Anna works with young adults and current foster youth to ensure their voices influence policies affecting foster youth.
Karen de Sá is an investigative reporter for The San Jose Mercury News ?, where she has worked for 16 years?. Her projects have exposed inhumane conditions in California's youth prisons and children’s shelters, systemic dysfunction in the state's foster-care courts, the invasive role of lobbyists ? in lawmaking? , and financial abuse of the elderly and disabled by court-appointed fiduciaries.
Paul Hebert @IncentIntel, Speaker, writer and self-appointed pundit on recognition, incentives and engagement drops by @DrivethruHR and talks about HR positive initiative - every negative is an opportunity for positive.
“From failure we learn. From failures, successes are born.” We don't speak of failure very often at work or on social media but it is from failure that learning and innovation arise. We’ve all made a bad choice or decision in our careers that didn’t turn out as we had planned, but we have all learned and grown from that experience. Daily on DriveThruHR, we explore the themes of failure, learning and success. Join us and our guests as we share these stories of failure that turns into learning and professional growth every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
MATTHEW 28: 16-20 ¶ Then the eleven disciples went away into Galilee, into a mountain where Jesus had appointed them. And when they saw him, they worshipped him: but some doubted. And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.
The topics discussed on the show will be inline with whats needed to build God church without spot or wringle and what needs to be eliminated from that process. All glory, honor and praise belongs to God.
Don Weatherspoon was a walk on football player who wanted to join the Michigan State Spartans in a year when they were destined for greatness. Here's the kicker...he made the team as a defensive tackle...and they went on to win the NCAA National Championship. That was grit and determination. Well, flash forward about 50 years and you'll find Don Weatherspoon having earned a doctorate and compiled a long and distinguished career in law enforcement, education and in senior positions in state government; and landed in a role as a member of the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. Don was asked if he would have any interest in serving as emergency manager of a deeply troubled public school system...he says yes. Soon thereafter, Governor Snyder appoints him emergency manager of the Muskegon Heights Public Schools. Kamilia Landrum is a current member of the National Board of Directors for the NAACP. She joined the Board in February of 2012 and became Vice Chair of the National Youth Work Committee, a member of the Finance and Audit Committees respectively, and was most recently appointed as Vice Chair of the Image Awards Committee. Locally, she is Co-Advisor to the Detroit NAACP Youth Council and Chair of the Detroit Branch NAACP Young Adult Committee. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Florida A&M University. She served as Chair of the Fight for Freedom Fund Banquet for the FAMU Chapter of the NAACP, and Treasurer of the Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is also pursuing her Masters of Public Administration at Wayne State.
WHAT ABOUT TOMORROW?
Habakkuk 2 King James Version (KJV)
2 I will stand upon my watch, and set me upon the tower, and will watch to see what he will say unto me, and what I shall answer when I am reproved.
2 And the Lord answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.
3 For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.
NABWIC Talks with CEO Paul Tutwiler
Northwest Jacksonville Community Development Corporation
Paul Tutwiler serves as the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of Northwest Jacksonville Community Development Corporation (NJCDC) since August 2002. He is originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but has enjoyed the last 30 years working in Jacksonville, Florida. He is a graduate of Memphis State University earning a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and Philosophy. He also attended the University of Florida graduate program for Urban and Regional Planning. Prior to his tenure at (NJCDC) he worked with Local Initiatives Support Corporation for two years as an assistant program officer. This was preceded by two years in the redevelopment of the Oaks of Durkeeville Public Housing Development. He has a passion for history and music.
He served on the Enterprise Zone Board and chairman of the Urban Core Vision Plan Steering Committee with the City of Jacksonville. Tutwiler was appointed by the mayor of Jacksonville to the Community Wealth Building Initiative Task Force in September of 2014. Additionally, he is a member of the Florida Alliance of CDCs since 2009. His volunteer time is spent enjoying the study of Jacksonville’s history. Among notable achievements he is a founding board member of the Durkeeville Historical Society and the Myrtle/Moncrief Business Association.
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ZEIN: THE HOMECOMING~
With Zylar defeated and on the run, newly appointed Lord Chancellor Kabel Blackstone leads a joint human and Zeinonian force in his search for his home planet, Zein. On Zein, Tate Malacca defends the survivors in the last remaining safe haven from the attacks of the vicious Pod hordes, who are intent on killing them all. As Tyson's powers in the magics grow more unstable... who can control or guide him; hopes may lie with the enigmatic Changeling, Zebulon. On Earth, the mysterious Cabal spreads its influence and network, with the ultimate aim of controlling the production of the all-powerful zinithium. Zylar waits for his opportunity for revenge, breeding his master race and building a new Ilsid army to crush the Blackstone brothers once and for all. Facing incredible odds Kabel, Tyson and their friends have to conquer their own fears and temptations to fight for not just each other but the millions who face certain death if they fail.
After nearly 20 years serving on the Gaithersburg City Council, Henry Marraffa Jr., a Republican, hopes to move up to the mayor’s seat in this fall’s election.
The former council member is focusing his campaign on economic development. He specifically mentioned the MD-355 corridor, Lakeforest and eastern Gaithersburg in general as all having room to grow commercially.
He touted past efforts to build out the RIO Washingtonian Center, a commercial hub for restaurants and retail stores, despite early criticism of the development.
As for future development projects, Marraffa said that he would like to construct an arena with structured parking on the Gaithersburg Fairgrounds which would serve as a venue for concerts, plays, and high school graduations.
First elected to the city council in 1995, Marraffa began serving three years before former Mayor W. Edward Bohrer died in office. That paved the way for the council to appoint Sydney Katz mayor and served in that office until his election to the County Council last year.
Marraffa graduated from Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring and earned two college degrees: one in engineering from the University of Maryland and a bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree from Southeastern University.
He worked as a contractor, including high-profile projects such as the construction of Disney World and the World Trade Center. He cites his business experience as one of his qualifications for mayor.
Prior to his election to the city council, Marraffa served on Gaithersburg’s board of appeals. He was appointed to the Maryland Physical Fitness Commission in 1985. He lives in Gaithersburg with his wife Donna. They have five children and six grandchildren.
The translation of the Church is never mentioned in any passage dealing with the second coming of Christ after the Tribulation. The church is not appointed to wrath (Rom. 5:9). The Church therefore cannot enter “the great day of their wrath” (Rev. 6:17). The church will not be overtaken by the day of the Lord (1 Thess. 5:1-9, which includes the Tribulation. The possibility of a believer escaping the Tribulation is mentioned in Luke 21:36. The church of Philadelphia was promised deliverance from “the hour of trial that is going to come upon the whole world to test those who live on the earth” (Rev. 3:10). It is characteristic of divine dealing to deliver believers before a divine judgment is inflicted on the world as illustrated in the deliverance of Noah, Lot, Rahab, etc. (2 Peter 2:5-9). At the time of the translation of the church, all believers go to the Father’s house in heaven (John 14:3) and do not immediately return to the earth after meeting Christ in the air as postribulationists teach.
Michael Goldsmith is a 26 year veteran of law enforcement. He joined the Norfolk Police Department in 1989 and ascended to his current position of Chief of Police in Norfolk Virginia in 2012. His appointment represented the first time in 20 years that a local officer was promoted to the top spot in Norfolk law enforcement. Chief Goldsmith has extensive leadership and command experience. He supervised investigative, patrol and tactical units throughout his career. He also managed patrol responses and critical incidents involving the special operations team. Chief Goldsmith also served as the commanding officer of the office of professional standards where he supervised all aspects of administrative investigations concerning police misconduct and citizen complaints.
Mr. Joe Dillard was appointed chairman of housing and community planning for Norfolk State University NAACP chapter. In April of 2013, Mr. Dillard was appointed chairman of the economic development commitee of the Norfolk branch NAACP. Then, in September of the same year…. he was appointed 2nd Vice President of the branch; and, in October he assumed the role of interim President and served the remaining term of the outgoing president. One year later… December 2014 he was elected into the office of President.
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