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This week's show features one of past Male Domestic Violence Advocate honorees, Kevin Phipps. Kevin is a Supervisor for Pre-Trial Services with the Shelby Co. Government. A Minister and an actor, Kevin is also a survivor of domestic violence and a former boxer.
Kevin is a trainer for a Batterer's Intervention Program for men as well as a separate program for women. He works very hard to use his time, talents, transparency and years of personal and professional experiences to bring awareness, education and prevention re: domestic violence and sexual assault.
Grace Phipps (born May 4, 1992) is an American actress best known for her roles as Amy Martin in the television series The Nine Lives of Chloe King and April Young in The Vampire Diaries. Phipps was born in Austin, Texas, raised in Boerne, Texas and San Antonio, Texas, where she graduated from Robert E. Lee High School, and The North East School of the Arts, majoring in Musical Theatre. Following her 2010 high school graduation, Phipps moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting and immediately landed the role as Bee in the remake Fright Night, as well as originating the role of Amy on the cancelled series The Nine Lives of Chloe King. In 2012 she was cast as the new recurring character April Young on The Vampire Diaries.
Join me, Ilana Greene to learn about The Phipps Center For Sustainable Landscapes The Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes is a new education, research and administration facility that is part of the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Conservatory is a nonprofit public garden with a mission to advance sustainability and worldwide biodiversity through action and research.
Louise and William's new book, Being Relational, details seven ways of being in relation to others that capture the heart and soul of all that is self-help, grounded in method, and supported by relational conflict theory and brain science findings. The ways of being that promote quality face-to-face dialogue and lasting positive change are rooted in teachings from many sources and are also inspired by the experience of thousands of people for whom the Senfts have mediated, fostering personal strength and connectedness through quality interaction. In this program, Louise and William will share insights into their practical and inspiring approach that the listeners can immediately apply to their stressful interactions as well as, check in on and grow into, as a way of being in relation to others.
Louise Phipps Senft and William Senft (Baltimore, MD) are business and law professors, mediators, lawyers, entrepreneurs, parents of five children, and in William's case, youth sports coach and clergy. In their many years of experience at their firm, Baltimore Mediation, Louise and William have gained a unique perspective on the ways that leaders and others manage conflict, experience conflict, manage themselves in conflict, solve problems, build relationships, and make their way in the world. They are the founders of the nonprofit ORANS: The Campaign for Relational Leadership and the ORANS Institute for Relational Leadership.
Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation and facilitation services, conflict coaching, training and somatic education to private and government clients. He holds a Master of Science degree from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a black belt in the Japanese martial art of Aikido.
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THE WILEY SHOW LIVE: Special Guests Rap Duo The Freaky Boiz
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Chicago natives Terrance ‘TtGotIt’ Wilson and Pierre ‘Prince Charming’ Phipps met and became best friends while pursuing degrees at Southern Illinois University. In 2010, after discovering a mutual love for hip-hop, they began posting videos of them free-styling over some of the hottest rap singles. “Girlz Be Gagging”, their interpretation of Nicki Minaj’s “Roman’s Revenge”, is a provocative, raunchy track filled with tales of sex and debauchery. While indie gay rap has been around for years, their music began to circulate over YouTube with over 1.8 million views. They have appeared on major radio stations such as The Breakfast Club (New York City) and WGCI (Chicago), magazine articles, and performed across the United States. Critics condemn them for portraying gay black men as being promiscuous and overly sexual. The Freaky Boiz don’t seem to mind, because they embrace the controversy and continue to make provocative music. They’ve continued to produce great music and has launched their first mix tape, “Unleashed”, December 25 of 2012.
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#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Dancing Dolls/Bring It! Stars: Sunjai & Selena and Alternative Rap Duo: Freaky Boiz
Sunjai Williams, also known as "Cool Flame," has been a dancer since the age of 5. Dancing is her passion, and she has been a part of the Dancing Dolls since 2012. Dancing runs in the family — she was inspired by her aunt at a young age, and her dad is one of her biggest fans.
Sunjai is an honors student who isn't afraid to speak her mind and act goofy. Just like her mom, Sunjai loves shopping, hanging out with friends, singing and, of course, dancing. She plans to go to college and become a pediatrician when she grows up because of her love for children.
Chicago natives Terrance ‘TtGotIt’ Wilson and Pierre ‘Prince Charming’ Phipps met and became best friends in high school, then went on to pursue degrees at Southern Illinois University. In 2010, after discovering a mutual love for hip-hop, they began posting videos of them free-styling over some of the hottest rap singles. “Girlz Be Gagging”, their interpretation of Nicki Minaj’s “Roman’s Revenge”, is a provocative, raunchy track filled with tales of sex and debauchery. While indie gay rap has been around for years, their music began to circulate over YouTube with over 2.1 million views. They have appeared on major radio stations such as The Breakfast Club (New York City) and WGCI (Chicago), magazine articles, and performed across the United States.
Ok...so...we hit a rough patch in our originally scheduled interview. But we are back! And we ARE going to speak with this talented artist on FRI, June 22nd at 10am for a solid hour!
LaTonia Phipps is an actress, spoken word poet, playwright and an alumna of The Eugene O’Neil National Theater – one of the best in the nation. She has been featured in the off-Broadway hit All American Girls, and has performed with noted production companies such as The Negro Ensemble Company.
Her current hit Fishin’ in Brooklyn has received rave reviews from critics everywhere as she portrays every single character in this one-woman production. She has been compared to the great stage and film actress Anna Deveare Smith AND Ntozake Shange of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf fame.
Join us TUESDAY, June 26th at 10am EST, and listen in on the life that is Latonia Phipps – right here on Livin’ the Dream! with J Blair Brown.
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Special Guest: Adrian Phipps, Head of People & Organisation, Arqiva
Adrian is Head of People & Organisation at Broadcast & Media company Arqiva. Over the last 8 years, he has helped both Arqiva and the Insurer More Th>n (part of the RSA group) to make major improvements in employee engagement.
During his time with them, Arqiva has achieved a 1* rating in the Sunday Times Best Companies competition, and RSA was ranked as one of the Top 25 UK companies to work for. Outside of work, he is a proud (if a little tired!) father of a toddler and an 8 month old baby, and loves being out on the water – whether swimming in it or in a sea kayak.
Join us as we talk about how to make engagement “stick” in an organisation. We all know the theory and it sounds great in principle – but very few organisations make the big shifts in engagement that we hope for.
Having been part of two organisations that really have made this change, Adrian shares some useful beliefs that organisations need to hold if engagement is going to improve and also some of the practical things you can do to improve engagement where you work.
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Beating the drum from the Fresno hood is one of its premier web, software, and app developers CURLEN PHIPPS, CEO of QikLead! Call In (646) 716-7994 to listen or share. Join in the chat room, too.
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