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Bio for Allyson Taylor:
Co founder of www.standwithus.com
Stand with us stated 12 years ago to combat the rise of anti Israel and antiseptic action on the college campus.
Associate Director or the West Coat Region of the American Jewish Congress. Worked with our offices worldwide and worked on issues regarding Israel, slavery and issues regarding terrorism worldwide and nationally.
Worked for Frank Gaffney and the Center for Security Policy researching Sharia banking.
Worked undercover for the FYI investigating local terrorism monitoring the Muslim Student Union and the mosques in California.
Contributed research to Edwin Black's book Internal Combustion and the new book Shariah ism by Joy Brighton.
Helped start Z Street a organization speaking out on Israel and the US policymakers.
Currently living and working independently in Southern California.
in Self Help
Doug earned his Bachelor's from Blue Ridge Institute in North Carolina with additional credits from Ohio State University and Xavier University.. He has over 26 years’ experience in the Food Industry; first working with Sara Lee Foods, then The Wornick Co. and Zwanenburg Food Group USA. He has held positions of increasing responsibility in Warehouse, Maintenance, and Operations. He began his career at Wornick in December, 1994 as a Warehouse Manager. In April, 2001 he moved into Operations as the Project Manager of the Gerber line start-up and then to Production Manager until 2006 when he left Wornick for a short time to be the Plant Manager for the Zwanenburg Food Group USA. Doug returned to Wornick in February, 2007 as Director of Maintenance & Engineering. In November, 2008, while still maintaining his current responsibilities, he also became Director of Manufacturing. Finally, in February, 2010 he became Director of the Operation with Facility’s Maintenance and Engineering. In November of 2013, after successfully incorporating a new Lean Manufacturing Operating System at Wornick Foods, Doug was promoted to Vice President of Manufacturing at Wornick Foods. Throughout this career Doug has worked hard to make a difference in the lives of the people that he has worked for with a servant leadership style that drives deep employee engagement and continuous improvements. Doug has also recently joined the Board of Advisors for SeneGence International.
On June 15th, Doug will release his first book entitled, In Hope for Time and Eternity. This book takes the reader on the journey of Doug’s life as he rises to success and finds emptiness at the top of the ladder causing him to look inward and discovering a true source of joy. It’s a must read.
Visco, who has been called a "bubbly and offbeat running, biking, soup-making, people-loving, community-building exclamation mark," has boundless energy to do new things, meet new people, and make the world a better place. In 2009, promoting the importance of living a bold and passion-driven life, Katie ran solo across America, from Boston to San Diego, and became the 2nd youngest and 13th woman overall to make the crossing. During, and the year after her transAmerican crossing, she raised funds for the charity, Girls on the Run, and also stopped to visit more than 200 audiences en route to spread her message to young and old alike. In 2015, she will run across Australia, from Perth to Sydney, to share the message of her current project, Blaze Your Sole. Katie also has 10+ years of experience as a community-builder and entrepreneur, and is currently the proud owner and soup maestra behind Hot Love Soup, a company in Austin, TX that delivers love and joy and nourishment, one bowl of soup at a time (see www.HotLoveSoup.com). Once a month since 2007, she has been hosting community soup parties as a means of renewing interconnection and neighborly love - all are invited, and all you have to do is bring an empty bowl and a spoon!
Vermin Love Supreme (born June 1961) is an American performance artist, anarchist and activist who is known for running as an alternative candidate in various local, state, and national elections in the United States. Supreme is known for wearing a boot shaped hat and carrying a large toothbrush. He claims that if elected President of the United States, he will pass a law requiring people to brush their teeth. He also campaigned in 2012 on a platform of zombie apocalypse awareness (and zombie-based energy plan) and time travel research, and he promises a free pony for every American. Supreme claims to mock the political system. As of 2012, he will not offer up or answer to his birth name, will not give any personal details about himself willingly, and claims that his supporters like it that way. Come and listen to a power packed hour.
Valerie Clark, a native New Yorker, worked on Wall Street in the heart of investment banking for more than a decade and is widely published in financial services industry publications. Valerie is a marketing consultant to non-profit organizations serving the needs of families and the physically challenged, and is also an instructor who teaches writing and publishing courses. Ms. Clark is an accomplished actress, pianist, songwriter, and graduate of Fordham University. Currently, she resides in Atlanta.
Valerie Clark is described as the 'Queen of Naughty and Nice'. This attractive author writes about subjects that are oftentimes swept under the table by conventional America. In her writing, Valerie seeks to address issues that people face in their daily life dealing with subjects that are considered taboo in today's society. This erotic thriller has been described as a cross between Basic Instinct and Fatal Attraction but with a twist thrown in.
Before initiating her passionate writing career, Clark was a highly successful marketing executive on Wall Street. But a yearning to pursue her lifelong dream of penning novels became reality after a car accident when she decided to leave Wall Street and live her dream.
Clark is an instructor at Georgia State University and a graduate of Fordham University. She has already finished writing the eagerly anticipated screenplay for Tormented Without A Trace, and plans a release for a sequel to the book. 'The Queen of Naughty and Nice' pledges to continue writing about issues that are often suppressed in our 'politically correct' society.
Gabby Tary is a comedian and actor.
She has performed leading roles regularly before she fled Hungary in 1956 after the Hungarian Revolution. Worked for Universal, Warner Bros. and Paramount.
Now a Stand Up Comedian, Author, Producer and Business Owner. Owner of Tary Arts.com, an online art gallery and gift shop. Also writes books and produces Live comedy events in Los Angeles. Member of S.A.G., A.F.T.R.A., Local 706 and Local 798. Loves Painting and Working with Women. (Volunteers for the Downtown Women Center) Expert at producing art and making people laugh.
Gabby Tary, originally from Budapest, Hungary, currently resides in Santa Monica, California. The daughter of a sectary and a musician father. Immigrating at 15, she has been seeking to understand conflict in America most of her life. She immigrated to the U.S. after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Just a teen ager, Gabby fought in the Hungarian Revolution. Growing up in Budapest during the communist regime, Gabby has experienced hunger, poverty and brutality. She has an intense love for democracy, freedom, sense of history and a profound insight into human nature, influencing her comedy. Gabby says: "I don't expect you to know about the Hungarian Revolution because it was before Twitter."
It's hard even for her to believe but she's been in show biz all her life, well since four years of age when her mother decided she was enough of a pain in the butt so she must be stage worthy. After immigrating to America she continued her education and finished high school. And after graduating high school she married, had a child and got divorced.
Gabby has been performing as a professional stand up comic for over 20 years. She has performed as an MC, Feature and Headliners. Gabby's comedic voice has a political twist. She lists Lewis Black as sources of inspiration.
Kingsley Gallup, MA, LPC, NCC, DCC is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, Distance Credentialed Counselor, and Certified Mediator. Her practice, The Gallup Institute for Personal Freedom, aims to promote personal freedom through counseling, education, and advocacy, as well as equip clients with positively-framed tools for personal advancement.
Curiosity about the human condition and a passion for social service come naturally (or, perhaps genetically) to Kingsley. Her grandfather, Dr. George H. Gallup, founded the Gallup Poll. Kingsley inherited a characteristic hunger that runs through the Gallup family. It’s the hunger to know what people think and feel and the desire to help people use this information for their own betterment. Kingsley is deeply committed to meeting people where they are, empowering and equipping them to live the lives they were designed to live.
Over the last fifteen years, Kingsley has served diverse populations, including incarcerated women, to whom she taught self-esteem and parenting classes; victims of natural disasters, with whom she did crisis intervention work; clients with HIV/AIDS, on whose behalf she helped run a wish-granting foundation; addicts and their loved ones, with whom she facilitated interventions; and clients of all ages seeking freedom from inauthentic living. Much of Kingsley’s professional experience centers on The Meadows, a world-renowned residential treatment center for addictive and affective disorders in Wickenburg, Arizona, where she worked side-by-side with many of her heroes in the field.
For more information about Kingsley Gallup and the Personal Freedom Institute visit:
Tonya Hofmann, is the CEO and founder of the Public Speakers Association, an
international & national speaker, host of the “Change Your World” TV & Radio Show,
Multi-Book Author, profit strategist, corporate and entrepreneurial educator, winner of
the International eWomenNetwork conference 2008 Business Matchmaker of the Year
Award, nominated for the upcoming 2014 Global Influencer of the Year Award for the
Sales Strategy Summit, nominated for the Most Connected Person in Dallas by the Small
Business Conference, nominated for the Austin’s Business Journal’s Profiles in Power
and many others! Her focus has always been to help business professionals become more
successful in Speaking, Sales, Marketing and How to Stand Out from Their Competition!
I am Jesse Smith, (D) Candidate for Alabama 3rd Congressional District. My platform is; Veterans, Jobs/Equal Pay for Women, Education and Voting Rights. My experience as a battle tested US Army Leader, Military Analyst, Accident Investigator (Fatality Division), OSHA Manager, Military Husband, Military Dad and Veteran has equipped me with the knowledge skills and abilities necessary to Lead AL03 CD in the direction of, a more promising future. While serving our nation I, was inducted into the Sergeant Audie Murphy Leadership Club which, is only bestowed upon the top 2% enlisted army leaders. Service to my country was not just a career for me; it is also a way of life for my family. My wife Carla is a Captain in the U.S. Army. Of my five children, Darius, Jesse II, Latiffany, Mykia, and Jermonte, two are in uniform service today. Mykia is a Specialist in the U.S. Army, and Jermonte is a Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy.
This episode of Roy Dan Baron Live is a pre-recorded episode:
Sherri Rabinowitz is the author of "Fantasy Time Inc",the host of "Chatting with Sherri" on blog talk radio, and her new show "Sherri's Playhouse". We will also talk about the wonderful guests that Sherri will have on this year and has had on her show. Also talk about Sherri's playhouse and Sherri's need to get the word out that she wants new plays and performers who are willing to try live theater.
Donald Reichardt and Joyce Oscar are Co-Authors of "The Blue Wall" and "Justice On Hold". Donald Reichardt wrote for newspapers and taught English before launching a career in corporate public relations and marketing. He has written speeches for five Fortune Fifty CEOs. Reichardt organized the BellSouth Corporation’s first companywide advertising department and was named executive director for advertising, brand management and Olympic Games sponsorship programs.
Joyce Oscar spent nearly thirty years in the field covering news at multiple television stations. She was one of CNN’s first video journalists at the launch of the network in June 1, 1980.
Oscar joined WJBF-TV in Augusta, Georgia as a reporter and weekend anchor, winning multiple spot news awards including one from UPI. She co-anchored and co-produced the nightly news at WDEF-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee. After joining top rated WSB-TV in Atlanta, Georgia she was honored by the Georgia House of Representatives and interviewed by Joan Lunden on “Good Morning America” for her coverage of a winter storm in 1993 that left her stranded in the North Georgia mountains for four days. Joyce received Southern Regional Emmy Award nominations for team coverage from 1998 through 2008.
Since the publishing of Justice on Hold in fall of 2011, co-authors Reichardt and Oscar have connected with thousands of readers at literary festivals, clubs, universities and book stores around the country.
The authors donate a portion of proceeds from sales of each Grace Gleason Files book to a community cause relevant to the story. Donations from sales of Justice on Hold have been made to the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence. For information about the good work GCADV does, visit www.gcadv.org. Donations from sales of The Blue Wall will be made to an organization that supports law enforcement.
The Original Lost Boy of Sudan told by King Deng Akon, details the truth regarding the war in southern Sudan,the scorching desert, heat, and the historical events that led to the bloodshed.
King Deng Akon provides an opportunity to witness a perilous quest for freedom from a first-person perspective.
King Deng is the emblem of peace and The Original Lost Boy of Sudan is the insignia of struggle out of Africa to America.
Since the mid-1980s, Sudan has been involved in civil war fueled by religious, ethnic, and regional strife. Thousands of children have experienced horrors and intense hardships beyond the scale of human understanding.
They have been dubbed the Lost Boys of Sudan. Many, orphaned by the war, have arrived at Kakuma, a refugee camp in Kenya.
The label of the Lost Boys was borrowed from the children's story Peter Pan. The Lost Boys of Sudan describe a generation of Sudanese boys driven from their tribal lands by the devastation of the civil war between the North and the South