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What are these issues and what is behind them?
Climate change, it is now shoved in our faces.
NGOs, are they really what they say they are?
Republicans, Democrats, and the new populism.
Critical issues are what we need to be focusing on. It is time to leave those behind who have not seen the ball since the kickoff.
Special Guest: Marinah Farrell: President of the Midwives Alliance of North America. Politics and traditional medicine are what led Marinah to midwifery, and she has a firm commitment to both political activism and birth work. Marinah has been the president of various non-profit boards, has worked in waterbirth centers and medical facilities for international NGOs, in free-standing birth centers in the U.S, and has been the owner of a long standing homebirth practice. Website:www.mana.org
Special Guest: Ynanna Djehuty is an
Afro-Dominicana born and raised in the Bronx. She is a midwife in training at Maternidad La Luz, a writer and certified birth doula. The focus of her work is the empowerment of women and people of the African Diaspora,
specifically discussing the Afro-Latina Identity. Website: thesewatersrundeep.com
My guest today is Cheryl Schiltz is a Leadership Wisconsin Group 15 Fellow (www.leadershipwiconsin.org). By way of her fellowship she has explored several various leadership examples dealing with cutting edge issues such as State and Local Government of Wisconsin, National Government in Washington DC which focused on health care to Regional issues in Florida studying the many aspects of tomato production from genetics to immigration. Other areas of study focused on Global Economics, Environmental issues, and many more.
Cheryl’s latest experience took her to Tanzania, Africa where she and her other fellows explored the history, purpose, role and effectiveness of international development programs in Tanzania. There her group examined things such and US government programs, non-governmental organization (NGOs), faith-based organizations and the private sector and how each of these contribute to the long-term development of the country.
While in Tanzania Cheryl and her other fellows explores critical social, economic and environmental issues such as food security, agricultural development, natural resources, preservation, youth, health care and education.
Cheryl took part in ground breaking sensory substitution research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison pioneered by world-renowned and esteemed doctor and scientist, . She has been featured in several publications, radio, and television reports such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Discover Magazine, New Scientist Magazine, National Geographic, PBS, On Wisconsin. Her story has been featured in two books, “Balance – In Search of the Lost Sense” by Scott McCredie and the best-selling book, “The Brain that Changes Itself” by Dr. Norman Doidge.
Susan McPherson is a serial connector, sustainability expert, writer, and speaker who works at the intersection of brands and social good.
Named as one of 40 Women to Watch Over 40 and Fast Company's 25 Smartest Women of Twitter, Susan works with companies, nonprofits, and foundations to help them amplify their social impact, she’s all about LETS MAKE GOOD HAPPEN. We’ll look at how to channel your inner philanthropist as well as:
• How individuals are challenging traditional notions of philanthropy and becoming everyday philanthropists through social media and harnessing their skill sets
• How companies as well are disrupting traditional notions of philanthropy-- it's not just about writing a check, it's about figuring out how the company can add unique value to a cause/nonprofit.
Susan McPherson is a serial connector, passionate cause marketer, angel investor, and corporate responsibility expert. Recently, she launched McPherson Strategies, a communications consultancy focusing on the intersection between brands and social good, providing storytelling, partnership creation and visibility to corporations, NGOs and social enterprises. She’s a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Triple Pundit, The Muse and Forbes and has 25+ years experience in marketing, public relations, and sustainability communications. She is a featured speaker at many industry events including Net Impact, Center for Corporate Citizenship's Annual Summit, McPherson founded and hosts the bi-weekly #CSRChat on Twitter. Now, go to susanmcp.com
The Inspired CEO discusses leadership with Runa Bouius. Conscious leadership, leadership in the feminine and the new paradigm iin business.
Top 3 things you can do TODAY to explore bringing the feminine in the workplace.
1. Open your meeting with a check in.
2. Taking the time to cultivate relationships
3. Personal correspondence and acknowledgements (hand written card)
Tia Walker Armed with more than two decades of business management and marketing experience, Tia founded The Inspired CEO™ an executive coaching and consulting firm. Tia believes that we are each the CEO of our life and are therefore empowered to make the work that we do serve as an inspiration to others.
Tia has developed coaching programs that combine personal development, work satisfaction and an element of service. As an entrepreneur who quickly built her own successful consulting business, she also empathetically helps other business owners and professionals set priorities and create the balance they want between life and work. Through projects with fortune 500 companies such as Du Pont, Levi, Goretex, Platinum Guild and others, Tia brings her feminine leadership as her signature.
Her development work has raised thousands for charitable organizations ranging from large non-profits to “solopreneurs”. She was the President of the Santa Barbara Chapter of the Women’s Business Network, Women’s Initiative for Self Employment Silicon Valley Board Member, Shakti Rising Director’s Circle Member, Founder of The Senior Makeover Project and devotes countless hours to charitable organizations.
For more information contact Tia Walker, The Inspired CEO
Out of The Box Entrepreneurship
Farming is one of the best ways for poor people to become self-sufficient, and our guest, Tim Wright, strives to help them make it happen.
Tim Wright is the Executive Director of Sauti Moja, an organization that originated from a desire to help vulnerable women and communities, and local friends seeking support for their ideas to help their communities.
Sauti Moja is focused on improving the lives of the pastoral people of East Africa who are currently struggling to survive the destructive effect discrimination, disease, land loss and drought are having on them. Pastoralism is a complex system of livestock and resource management that is inadequately appreciated by most Western experts. This system is in trouble with more frequent and serious droughts related to global warming.
Sauti Moja links donors to the community initiatives of indigenous people, like the Maasai of Kenya and Tanzania. These initiatives include education of vulnerable girls and children, HIV/AIDS prevention, and providing livestock to widows and single mothers. Local leaders have the power and ability to change their lives, and the organization partners with complementary skills and additional resources to ensure their success.
Tim has a range of technical and management skills acquired over 35+ years of professional experience, including program management in six countries and consulting in eight others. His relief and development expertise was gained through employment with the Government of Canada, Canadian Red Cross, NGOs (World Vision Canada and Food for the Hungry International), and church agencies.
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Imagination Changes EVERYTHING
Are you ready to make a change for the better in work, business or life? Yet wonder if it's realistic, if it's too late, or even possible?
Join us Thursday, January 30th at Noon Central time for an exciting On Purpose interview with Patti Dobrowolski, author of Drawing Solutions: How Visual Goal Setting Will Change Your Life and founder of Up Your Creative Genius - a consulting firm that uses visuals and creative processes to help companies and individuals around the world accelerate growth and change. A critically acclaimed comic performer, international keynote speaker, writer and business consultant, Patti has brings her innovative visual practices to NGOs, Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and individuals.
Susyn Reeve is the best-selling author of The Inspired Life: Unleashing Your Mind's Capacity for Joy. She has 35 years experience as a Corporate Consultant, Self-Esteem Expert and InterFaith Minister. She has been a delegate to the UN Commission on the Status of Women. (www.SusynReeve.com)
Rikk Hansen is one of the nation's leading experts in guiding midlife professionals and entrepreneurs to discover a lifework that's truly their CALLING. As founder of Brilliant NEXT, he trains career coaches, and has pioneered a system called New Fire Discovery that guides people to find certainty of purpose and exciting direction for their next fulfilling work - in a short period of time despite any obstacles or fears. (www.BrilliantNEXT.com)
Alternative national and international news, interviews with authors,journalists and activists. Health and enviromental issues. Tonight our special guest is Julie Fisher author of "Importing Democracy" The Role of NGOs in South Africa, Tajikistan, and Argentina. Julie will discuss the significant roles played by Non Government Organizations in the democratization of countries and the problems they face. She will also discuss the significance of Nelson Mandela's unique leadership in South Africa.
See importingdemocracy.org blog for Julie's latest article on Nelson Mandela.
Agenda 21 and the Communist Agenda
The United Nation’s Agenda 21 is the action plan to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all information, all energy, and all human beings in the world. This is the “New World Order”, where the Communist Zionist Jews will take over the entire world. When we speak of the United Nations, we are really talking about America, Canada, and the White European nations, because these are the nations that have the power.
The three primary tools that are used for Agenda 21 are: Man-made global warming; Water shortages; and the Endangered Species Act. Everyone in the world want clean air, water, land and food. Fake environmentalism is designed to create fear in order to implement the policies of a takeover of the United States.
Globalists used global warming fear tactics to usher in the Cap and Trade, and carbon tax schemes without even a debate. The Globalists used governments and other major groups (NGOs - Non-Governmental Organizations) to force their policies.
You can email us at: PatriciaMcAllBlogTalk@aol.com
Rene Sandy is the co-founder of Hip-Hop Loves Foundation (HHL), a NYC-based nonprofit that co-produces workshops, seminars,and events that create space for dialogue and exploration on the themes of success, youth empowerment, and social justice through Hip Hop within a global context. The Foundation views Hip-Hop as the cultural intersection of many vibrant forms of expression including dance, sports, visual arts, and technology. Our programs are based in the US and abroad, thus enabling us to strengthen global relationships with grassroots organizations, universities, NGOs, governments, and companies that value empowering youth. HHL links artists and partnering organizations to facilitate programs that impact underserved communities. The Hip-Hop Loves Foundation (HHL) has its “I Got 5 on Hip Hop Loves” Campaign and embarked on a collaborative effort to raise $1 Million to expand its work in the US, Brazil, Australia, Japan, and South Africa. The "I Got $5 on Hip Hop Loves" campaign in partnership with AllHipHop.com will encourage fans of Hip Hop from all over the world to donate $5 or more. The tax deductable donations will be used to establish Hip-Hop Loves workspace and workshop centers in New York City, Rio, Los Angeles, and Seattle. Mobile studios for workshops will be established in Africa, Australia, the United Kingdome and other areas that lack modern technology. Another Hip Hop Loves Foundation project that warrants support is the compilation CD to raise money to support the ongoing work in Haiti after the earthquake in January 2010. Proceeds from album sales will go to Global Syndicate and to the Hip Hop Loves Foundation for ground relief in Haiti as well as to facilitate workshops. Producers on the project include Hip Hop Loves Co-Founder Siba Giba, and Emmy Award Winning Producer Emmai Alaquiva, DJ Scratch, Pete Rock, Will Tell, and Lee Stone.
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