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Diversity Rules Magazine on the Air welcomes Hunter Lee Hughes. Hunter is a film artist living and working in Hollywood. He makes his feature directorial debut with Guys Reading Poems (recently featured in the March issue of Diversity Rules Magazine). Recent acting credits include: Narcissist, Dumbass Filmmakers! and Winner Takes All. For more information, visit www.hunterleehughes.com.
Eric Casaccio is a critically acclaimed award-winning filmmaker recently quoted as “a storytelling force to be reckoned with” by Film Threat. He is best known for his movie “Freak” (2011), and his most recent slice of life film “Narcissist”(2014). Eric is a dear friend of Diversity Rules Magazine and we welcome him to the show to talk about his life's achievements.
Live! Diversity News Radio Christmas Spark of Love Toy Drive from Scream Famous Clothing. Come over bring a friend bring a toy for the kids. Scream Famous Clothing 7712 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, CA 90046.
Lovari, born and raised in New York, is a remarkable entertainer who has achieved much in his career. His releases have reached #1 on both the iTunes and Amazon R&B New Releases Chart. He has just released a new collection of remixes and has also recently collaborated with the legendary Robin Byrd on his newest single.
BluPrint welcomes Linda Wilson, a 21st century thought-leader in workplace diversity. Tune in to her discussion on how diversity is more broad than race & gender and how a sound diversity strategy can impact the bottom-line. Linda will share her perspective on the future of workplace diversity and how to create the “right” environment for both managers and employees.
Linda has over 20 years of experience working with diverse groups of all ages. As a human resources and organization development practitioner, she crafts programs to address issues related to individuals, teams, and the whole organization. She specializes in programs such as defining and managing polarities, communicating and collaborating across differences, fostering inclusive workplaces, building leadership skills, and clarifying roles and enhancing cooperation.
She has written curriculum, designed and delivered programs for raising awareness, building skills, and applying concepts to real world. Her consulting and training expertise includes programs on empowerment, sexual harassment, diversity, communication, customer service, training the trainer, and team development. She has facilitated large and small programs, which have improved community relationships and decreased racial tensions. Linda earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from American University; a Master of Science in Human Resource Development from American University/National Training Laboratory and the Coaching Certificate, Newfield Network, 2003.
Communication is key to mostly everything we do? The field of Human and Social Services have many barriers for many diverse reason. Do you as a client or a houseparent that service clients feel that the line of communication is open for suggestions? If not, why? It takes more than someone they call expert to talk about diversity with empty substance.
I look forward to hearing from you! Call or tune in to discuss my book called Children Are Like Cupcakes 2nd Edition as we talk to guest speaker Ms. Erica Hickson. This is a wonderful book comparing different kinds of cupcakes to childhood diversity. I am a family therapist and founder of Gavor Psychological Services, LLC. I think this book will help children at a very early age become less targeted by bullies. I was inspired to write this book because I was raised bi-cultural. Many of us have to live in two cultures, one at home and one in the outside world, and this goes for all races coming from diverse parenting styles. At times it makes going to school difficult in fitting in with fellow peers.....please call in and let's talk about how I came to form this book and what I want our parents to teach our children about accepting their unique selves and how it relates to our growing up, even if you want parenting advice about your children...tune in Monday March 31st at 2:00pm, Eastern time.
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This Week's Guest - Deena Pierott is a Founder of the nationally recognized and White House honored program iUrban Teen Tech and the CEO of Mosaic Blueprint, a diversity consulting and branding company. Honors: White House Champion of Change for Technology Inclusion, 2013 Ebony Power 100, Business Journal Women of Excellence, Black Enterprise Innovator of the Week 2014.
Wealthy Sistas® Radio, is a production of Wealthy Sistas® Media Group, Each week the host Deborah Hardnett interviews extraordinary business owners who share their real life, uncensored and uncut stories of triumphs and mishaps on their journey. Each show is packed with sound business concepts that offer solutions to business professionals globally. And is intertwined with some of the greatest R&B music of all time. Listeners will find Wealthy Sistas® Radio show both informative and inspirational and entertaining.
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“Clubhouse chemistry is important,” Silver said when he talked to Time.com last week about his own rigorous hires, which he posts gleefully on his dummy site. Last count: six women on the 19-person editorial staff. By the sophisticated math of this pundit – and Silver hates pundits – that is just under over 30%. Minorities – as, after all, women are a majority – are even more poorly served, at FiveThirtyEight and elsewhere.Emily Bell
Host Bart Jackson invites Genevia Gee Fulbright, former member of several corporate boards including a bank and mutual fund to discuss why a company needs diversity of experience and expertise among its board members - and how CEOs can help encourage this broader board scope.
Diversity is hard to live with because of our differences and yet we cannot live without it. Miriam Musau and Irene Thuku will expound on the importance of celebrating our diversity. Listen live:619-393-2852 or www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com. Thank you for choosing Pinnacle of Praise Show. Beatrice Ndura-Host
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