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  • 00:28

    LeadingEdge Talk with special guest Sarah Spencer

    in Self Help

    Discovering Your Inner Entrepreneur
    Are you doing what you love to do?  Many people dream of having their own business, but feel that it's out of reach.  Sarah Spencer has created a process that she calls the 7/7/7 to help her clients discover the passion of their inner entrepreneur, and then helps them create a business with it.
    On today's show, Sarah is going to share that process with you, as well as the story of how she discovered her inner entrepreneur and why it's so important to her to help entrepreneurs around the world become successful online.
    Sarah Spencer founder of GotClicks.biz may be a country girl who lives in small town Vermont, but when it comes to helping entrepreneurs become successful, she is all business. 
    A former broadcaster, Area Marketing Manager for Adelphia, and Account Executive for AT&T, Sarah has managed marketing budgets from $1.8 million and now, this Award Winning copywriter helps entrepreneurs with small businesses get noticed without spending big bucks.
    In 2012 Sarah received the Woman in Business Champion Award for Vermont Small Business Development  Center and was also  the National Speaker for ASBDC.
    She has also been recognized by Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell and NCRC Executive Director Patricia Sears, for her outstanding skills.
    We all have an "Inner Entrepreneur" within us, and my guest today is going to help you discover yours!
     
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  • 01:40

    NCRC's Don Cleary Discusses Bite Statistics & Methodology

    in Blogs

    Attorney Fred Kray will discuss with NCRC's Don Cleary dog bite statistics for 2011 and 2012, the real predictors of dog bites, and the methodogy utilized by NCRC to investigate and report their numbers. Brent Toellner, if his schedule permits, will also appear to discuss 2012 dog bite statistics and how media reporters can get it so wrong. Regular show segments include
    Recap of last show Weekly news update BSL alerts Dog bite investigation with Jim Crosby Facebook favorites with Amy Matt chat Dog park diary

  • 00:37

    NABWIC Talks Radio - Allison Reese

    in Current Events

    Mrs. C. Allison DeFoe Reese prior years in construction has exposed her to various levels as an executive. From her initial position as an Assistant Project Executive/Controller and latter having the opportunity to work on the Estimating Team, Project Management Team and as one of the lead Project Executive. Throughout her profes-sional career, Mrs. Reese held positions of increasing responsibility ranging from Project Accountant, Cost Engineer to Controller, Office Manger, HR Director and Assistant Project Manager to Project Executive for developers, general contractors and construction manage-ment firms. Mrs. Reese has been in the construction industry for over 23 years.
    Mrs. Reese served as a key member on successful projects for an impressive list of clients including but not limited to Johns Hopkins University, The Baltimore Ravens, DC Sports and Entertainment Commission, The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, The Hu-man Rights Campaign Foundation, The University of Maryland, The Federal Aviation Ad-ministration, The Washington Convention Center Authority, AOL Office Buildings, Boeing and the District of Columbia Government, to name a few.
    On April 1, 2006 she established ANR Construction Management, LLC (ANR) and with contracts ranging from $20k to $9M.
    On September 2006, Mrs. Reese received an opportunity from NCRC to join the US De-partment of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), to serve as the Minority Business Enterprise Center (MBEC) Assistant Director/Finance Director. She was later promoted to the Director of the MBEC Center.
    Mrs. Reese is also politically active in her local community. She previously served as an elected Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (ANC) in Ward 5 and is currently an active member of the Washington Interfaith Network (WIN) and the Democratic Committee.
    http://nabwic.org/

  • 01:29

    Roo Yori Discusses Wallace & More Debate on Dog Shootings

    in Blogs

    Attorney Fred Kray and his co-host Jo Staats will discuss with Roo Yori his experiences with Wallace, and Wallace being named PBLN's 2012 Pit Bull Advocate of the Year.  Debate on dog shootings wil continue with guest Donald Cleary from NCRC who was part of a collaboration with the Department of Justice in creating a manual entitled "The Problem of Dog Related Incidents and Encounters" which discusses tools, practices, and procedures that contribute to effective responses to dog-related incidents where dogs are present. Regular show segments will include:
    Recap of law week's show Weekly news update BSL alerts with Jodi Preis Dog bites with Jim Crosby Best Blog posts of the week Dog Park Diary

  • 00:15

    Intro to the North Carolina Ranger Corps

    in Self Help

    This is a brief introduction to the North Carolina Ranger Corps. The presenter is Taylor Ruble, the Assistant State Director of the NCRC. The intro includes a brief introduction of the North Carolina Ranger Corps, its vision, who can become a Ranger, and how they can apply. It it also describes the certifications for becoming a member.

  • 01:29

    PAUL REVERE RADIO: NC RANGER CORPS

    in Politics Conservative

    Our Special Guest is Taylor Ruble of the North Carolina Ranger Corps.

    The North Carolina Ranger Corps (NCRC) is a statewide civil defense organization consisting of highly trained and well-equipped volunteers from North Carolina. The NCRC works with communities, schools, church groups, civic organizations, and businesses to provide emergency preparedness education and disaster mitigation services to help prevent against devastating loss during a natural or man-made disaster.

    We will be discussing "community" and surviving disasters.

  • 02:00

    Foreclosure While Black

    in Politics Progressive

    Testimony at yesterday's Congressional hearing revealed that some homeowners applying for loan modifications are being discriminated against for the following reasons....

    -RACE....Blacks are less likely to have their permanent loan modifications approved.

    -AGE......People 50 & above are less likely to be approved for permanent modifications.

    Check out the video of yesterday's hearing containing references to discrimination

    There is more. Yesterday, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which has opened an investigation into Making Home Affordable


    As part of the Committee’s investigation, NCRC released a survey of homeowner experiences in the loan modification process, conducted by over 29 housing counseling organizations affiliated with the organization.

    “We’ve surveyed housing counselors from the front lines of the foreclosure crisis, and they tell us that the battle is being lost.” said John Taylor, president & CEO of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition.

    The HAMP Mortgage Modification survey released by NCRC provides alarming insight into the experience of homeowners going through the federal Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP). The survey was administered to distressed homeowners seeking assistance from NCRC’s Housing Counseling Network.

    Loan servicers foreclose on delinquent black or African American borrowers more quickly than White or Hispanic borrowers. Additionally, White HAMP eligible borrowers are almost 50% more likely to receive a modification than African-American or Latino borrowers.

    Let's talk about America's forclosure while black policy, tonight on the slugfest... "if you can handle the truth."

  • 02:00

    Foreclosure While Black Part II

    in Politics Progressive

    Testimony at yesterday's Congressional hearing revealed that some homeowners applying for loan modifications are being discriminated against for the following reasons....

    -RACE....Blacks are less likely to have their permanent loan modifications approved.

    -AGE......People 50 & above are less likely to be approved for permanent modifications.

    Check out the video of yesterday's hearing containing references to discrimination

    There is more. Yesterday, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which has opened an investigation into Making Home Affordable


    As part of the Committee’s investigation, NCRC released a survey of homeowner experiences in the loan modification process, conducted by over 29 housing counseling organizations affiliated with the organization.

    “We’ve surveyed housing counselors from the front lines of the foreclosure crisis, and they tell us that the battle is being lost.” said John Taylor, president & CEO of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition.

    The HAMP Mortgage Modification survey released by NCRC provides alarming insight into the experience of homeowners going through the federal Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP). The survey was administered to distressed homeowners seeking assistance from NCRC’s Housing Counseling Network.

    Loan servicers foreclose on delinquent black or African American borrowers more quickly than White or Hispanic borrowers. Additionally, White HAMP eligible borrowers are almost 50% more likely to receive a modification than African-American or Latino borrowers.

    Let's talk about America's forclosure while black policy, tonight on the slugfest... "if you can handle the truth."