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Lucy is a US Army veteran, having served as an officer on active duty and in the reserves and national guard for 8 years. She is a writer and musician, a wife and homemaker, and the daughter of a WWII Navy veteran who participated in the D-Day landing at Omaha Beach. She is currently serving in her fourth year on the Board of Directors at NAMI SGV, and is an officer of the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 13 in Pasadena, CA. Lucy is the Co-Coordinator and Co-Founder of SGV Front Line for Veterans, First Responders, and Their Families.
Vegan Singer, Musician, Composer, Producer And Performer Meresha To Become First Artist To Launch An EP On Brand New, Innovative, Social Media Startup Tsu.Co
Like a younger (female) Prince, Meresha composes and performs her own eclectic mix of provocative music. It’s as If a more accessible Björk was reborn and was influenced by electro-pop stars James Blake and Disclosure or Legends like Robert Plant and Freddie Mercury.
Still a teen, she has been composing and recording her own music for over 5 years. The words and sounds are her own creation.
In 2013, Meresha ran a successful Kickstarter Campaign. She had support from over 100 fans on 5 continents and achieved over 200% of her goal.
Meresha has performed solo and as a member of bands in both the United States and Europe.
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Take Action Get Profits with Michel Scism with Her Guest Mary Bicknell:
Mary Bicknell is the Owner and CEO of See The Signs LLC, a business which provides personal and professional advice to women. She is the author of How to Have a Better Love Life, 21 Secrets to Get You Started and the creator of THE BIG, BOLD LIFE & BIZ PLAN. A speaker, a blogger, a coach, Mary has been featured in publications both online and off.
For the past 25 years, Mary has dedicated her professional life to empowering women. Based in Portland, Oregon, Mary supports and mentors women across the globe to use her system to embrace their personal evolution in life and biz. She is a trained cognitive behaviorist with a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Social Work as well as a Certified Transformational Coach who specializes in neuro-linguistic programming.
Due to her vast experience, Mary is uniquely suited to help women find their place in today’s complicated world. As a licensed psychotherapist, Mary helped countess women in a private practice setting, worked at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore Maryland, and served at the State Capitol of Oklahoma as a Statistical Policy Analyst. She has lobbied politicians to recognize women’s rights and participated in marches on the National Mall in Washington DC. Before starting her company in 2012, Mary was a highly successful entrepreneur for one of the largest direct sales companies world wide. As one of the top 2% in the company, she was instrumental in training the sales force.
The Back Story is an online journal of fact (original reporting) and opinion. It is specifically intended to be an alternative to the local newspaper, where certain news items are under-reported (or not reported at all), where not all points of view make it into print, and where current economic conditions have rendered investigative reporting all but extinct.
The emphasis will be on the Stanislaus County area: political, economic, social, cultural that affect those of us who live here.
We are not suggesting that we are going to supplant the daily newspaper, but we ARE stating that there is a considerable gap between what happens in and around our communities and what is reported, and we propose to fill that gap.
There are individuals, groups and concepts that are considered untouchable, and we think that is very unhealthy and downright dangerous to the concept of representative democracy.
There’s a lot going on in our city that affects you – events and issues you need to know about. The Bee has failed us as a reliable news source. You have to look further than the Modesto Bee. Fortunately, you have a choice with news and comment by Mayor Sabatino.
You can get the REAL facts about important local issues on The Back Story.
Streaming to your computer @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thebackstory – from 11:30 to noon daily. Again – that is The Back Story – daily from 11:30 to noon.
You will notice the difference.
Local call-in number (209) 846-1814.
Forward-thinking people in five U.S. cities hit the bleeding-edge of innovation this past weekend while answering the question, “what can we do with a gig?” The future of gig apps looks particularly bright according to French telecom company, Orange, which hosted this first-ever multi-city hackathon.
Will Barkis, Technologist for Orange Silicon Valley, gives us a rundown of some of the interesting applications and inventive solutions that can impact education, healthcare, entertainment and business. Those participating in GigHacks represent communities with citywide gigagit networks and those with plans on the drawing board.
San Francisco, CA
Orange GigaStudio paired with several Bay Area firm to leverage gig technology with a focus on online music collaboration, 360 video, VR use cases and video chat.
Kansas City, MO & KS
Teams formed to build pilots in virtual and augmented reality for the classroom, Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems for public safety and civic engagement, digital health and other technologies.
Orange partnered with several local businesses and the Chattanooga Public Library to leverage municipal broadband, GENI and a group of talented UT Chattanooga-GIGTANK Fellowship applicants
Advanced teams formed to leverage Burlington Telecom's fiber network in the areas of smart grid energy management, cyber-security, edu-gaming, food systems, and secure mobile health.
Charlotte projects included cancer genome analysis, unstructured data analysis and visualization, video collaboration, energy innovation and civic engagement.
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Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch
Craig Kielburger is a social entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author and captivating speaker, inspiring millions to improve their communities and the world through daily actions.Craig, along with his brother Marc, is the co-founder of the world’s leading platform for social change: Free The Children, an international charity, Me to We, an innovative social enterprise, and We Day, a signature youth empowerment event
Don Hutson, CPAE, CSP, is in the business of making people believe they can do better – and he gives them the skills to do it. For over 30 years, as a dynamic business speaker, he has energized his audiences into action. Throughout the business world, Don Hutson is known as one who delivers real solutions for business professionals. He is successfully worked his way through the University of Memphis, graduating with a degree in Sales. After becoming the #1 salesperson in a national training organization, he established his own training firm and shortly thereafter was in demand as a professional speaker
Wesley Wood is the founder, president and CEO of Wood Financial Group, LLC, a local, independent financial services company located in Hendersonville, TN. A graduate of the University of Mississippi, Wesley received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He holds series 6, 7, 63 & 65 licenses and is licensed in multiple states
Tim Soerens and Kevin Jones, co-founders of the SOCAP (Social Capital Markets) Conference join Robert Thompson today to talk about...well...money and how it is NOT working for us in a way that creates the kind of lives we should all be living. What is Two Pocket Thinking about money? Why do we need to overcome the myth of capital? And, what does it mean to take back our economy from Wall Street to Main Street? We tangle with questions like these and more. Listen in and learn. Practical, simple and effective ideas on how you can make a positive difference for yourself, your organization and the world. Oh, and we have fun too! Listen live Mondays at 10 a.m Pacific, catch it here, or subscribe on iTunes and listen when convenient.
Nina Bingham comes back to Charlotte View with a show that will make you ponder on the role societal stigma has on the mental health in the LGBT community. By sharing her own story of acceptance and transformation (enlightment) Nina hopes to bring awareness on the need of a competent mental health program and professionals who understand the intricancies that the LGBT community has.
Special Guest: Nami James Nesterowicz who will share his story as a transgender
Nina will share her professional and personal opinion on areas such as:
Sexual orientation vs. gender orientation
Same-sex attraction. Can it be corrected or cured?
How do you know you are Gay? Are you born or made?
"Coming Out" the process, safety issues, best practice
Nami James will talk about areas such as:
what it means to be transgender? Transexual? Cross-dresser?
What is gender identity and gender expression?
Is being transgender a mental disorder?
Experiences of violence and victimization are frequent for LGBT individuals, and have long-lasting effects on the individual and the community. Personal, family, and social acceptance of sexual orientation and gender identity affects the mental health and personal safety of LGBT individuals.
Legal discrimination in access to health insurance, employment, housing, marriage, adoption, and retirement benefits. Lack of laws protecting against bullying. Lack of social programs for LGBT youth, adults, and elders. Shortage of health care providers competent in LGBT health
Office in Portland, Oregon 97206 / www.living-enlightened.com / email@example.com / 971-266-0292
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity interviews Judy Enns, Executive VP, HR Division of Eastridge Workforce Solutions and Rebecca Smith, Senior Recruiter, Eastridge Workforce Solutions.
When HR professionals collaborate with the community in relevant and creative ways, their companies can be more successful at attracting candidates and developing employees.
Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce. Cecile is currently the President/Founder of RMA Management Alliance, a human resources training, consulting and organizational management firm specializing in the “ations,” – employee relations, investigations, mediations, and facilitations.
Will the Grand Canyon be the next place to be sold off, piece by piece? This is the topic of today's show, and Betty is livid that the National Park is being threatened by developers, the Navajo Nation is being split by the offer of billions. Natural resources are being leased to foreign countries. Assignment: tells the stories of America from history, military, politics, social and economic to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
Today Mad Dog and Wild Man will discuss rackets for juniors and who makes the best graphite and aluminum frames for youngsters. We will also discuss the sizes of frames.
Bruce ‘Mad Dog’ Levine is a former tour player, and WTA/ATP Coach. He currently serves as a racquet reviewer for Tennis Magazine, and tennis.com.
‘Wild Man’ Bill Patton is a 27 year Teaching Pro, and has tested frames for Inside Tennis Magazine for a three year period of time.
Sponsors: Baron Fig, Bones Original USA, Pacific Racquets, Julian Krinsky Camps
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