• 00:43

    Dr. Jean Kennedy Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesday Night 


    Dr. Jean Kennedy's Body of Knowledge


    Dr. Kennedy addresses community issues at large thru the principals of Organizational Psychology. •This show will help you recognize healthy organizational principals and practices as well as  how one might takes ownership to Improve the performance of an organization.  O.D. is a deliberate approach to increase an organization's effectiveness thus, creating a healthy work environment. Understanding organizational behaviors and  systems changes.


    Having a better understanding of community, politics, ethical practices for both employees/employers.  Understand the collateral damage when greed takes place.  Becoming an effective advocate even while been an employee.   


    We must become change  agents. Dr. Kennedy will indeed motivate you on all these fronts and draw you into a conversation as she incorporate every day issues and concerns into the conversation. For your comments, email: drjeankennedy@yahoo.com or leave a message at 559-270-1023. To get on the show as a guest, 619-393-2837. Dr. Jean Kennedy, Organizational Development Psychologist


     

  • 00:40

    YeYe's Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    This health care professional brings valuable information, particularly about African Americans and our medical history in the USA. YeYe is not a doctor, and she does not give medical advice and opinions as a doctor. Tune in at 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time each Wednesday night. Call-in at 619.393.2837 or use computer access http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalk1dr


    Email YeYe with questions and comments or to arrange to be her guest on "YeYe's Body of Knowledge." Email address: YeYesBodyOfKnowledge@gmail.com


    YeYe says, "I am YeYe Angel Lyke Saint. I have a Bachelor of Science in Human Services, and I am a certified health worker. My experience began in 1988, working on a Demonstration Project funded by the Centers for Disease Control researching behaviors that place people at risk for HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis and other high risk sexual and drug related behaviors.


    In 1996, I began a project funded by the Texas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control on Harm Reduction, which dealt with decriminalizing drugs. I also worked on a Syphilis Elimination Project. The programs were historically based. They led to my realization about the importance of advising people to learn the connection of diseases from the past to the present.


    I help my audience make informed health care decisions through their own research. My motto is 'Don't take my word for it; go and read it for yourselves.'"

  • Dr. Jean Kennedy Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesday Night 


    Dr. Jean Kennedy's Body of Knowledge


    Dr. Kennedy addresses community issues at large thru the principals of Organizational Psychology. •This show will help you recognize healthy organizational principals and practices as well as  how one might takes ownership to Improve the performance of an organization.  O.D. is a deliberate approach to increase an organization's effectiveness thus, creating a healthy work environment. Understanding organizational behaviors and  systems changes.


    Having a better understanding of community, politics, ethical practices for both employees/employers.  Understand the collateral damage when greed takes place.  Becoming an effective advocate even while been an employee.   


    We must become change  agents. Dr. Kennedy will indeed motivate you on all these fronts and draw you into a conversation as she incorporate every day issues and concerns into the conversation. For your comments, email: drjeankennedy@yahoo.com or leave a message at 559-270-1023. To get on the show as a guest, 619-393-2837. Dr. Jean Kennedy, Organizational Development Psychologist


     

  • Dr. Jean Kennedy Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesday Night 


    Dr. Jean Kennedy's Body of Knowledge


    Dr. Kennedy addresses community issues at large thru the principals of Organizational Psychology. •This show will help you recognize healthy organizational principals and practices as well as  how one might takes ownership to Improve the performance of an organization.  O.D. is a deliberate approach to increase an organization's effectiveness thus, creating a healthy work environment. Understanding organizational behaviors and  systems changes.


    Having a better understanding of community, politics, ethical practices for both employees/employers.  Understand the collateral damage when greed takes place.  Becoming an effective advocate even while been an employee.   


    We must become change  agents. Dr. Kennedy will indeed motivate you on all these fronts and draw you into a conversation as she incorporate every day issues and concerns into the conversation. For your comments, email: drjeankennedy@yahoo.com or leave a message at 559-270-1023. To get on the show as a guest, 619-393-2837. Dr. Jean Kennedy, Organizational Development Psychologist


     

  • YeYe's Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    This health care professional brings valuable information, particularly about African Americans and our medical history in the USA. YeYe is not a doctor, and she does not give medical advice and opinions as a doctor. Tune in at 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time each Wednesday night. Call-in at 619.393.2837 or use computer access http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalk1dr


    Email YeYe with questions and comments or to arrange to be her guest on "YeYe's Body of Knowledge." Email address: YeYesBodyOfKnowledge@gmail.com


    YeYe says, "I am YeYe Angel Lyke Saint. I have a Bachelor of Science in Human Services, and I am a certified health worker. My experience began in 1988, working on a Demonstration Project funded by the Centers for Disease Control researching behaviors that place people at risk for HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis and other high risk sexual and drug related behaviors.


    In 1996, I began a project funded by the Texas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control on Harm Reduction, which dealt with decriminalizing drugs. I also worked on a Syphilis Elimination Project. The programs were historically based. They led to my realization about the importance of advising people to learn the connection of diseases from the past to the present.


    I help my audience make informed health care decisions through their own research. My motto is 'Don't take my word for it; go and read it for yourselves.'"

  • 00:43

    YeYe's Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    This health care professional brings valuable information, particularly about African Americans and our medical history in the USA. YeYe is not a doctor, and she does not give medical advice and opinions as a doctor. Tune in at 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time each Wednesday night. Call-in at 619.393.2837 or use computer access http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalk1dr


    Email YeYe with questions and comments or to arrange to be her guest on "YeYe's Body of Knowledge." Email address: YeYesBodyOfKnowledge@gmail.com


    YeYe says, "I am YeYe Angel Lyke Saint. I have a Bachelor of Science in Human Services, and I am a certified health worker. My experience began in 1988, working on a Demonstration Project funded by the Centers for Disease Control researching behaviors that place people at risk for HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis and other high risk sexual and drug related behaviors.


    In 1996, I began a project funded by the Texas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control on Harm Reduction, which dealt with decriminalizing drugs. I also worked on a Syphilis Elimination Project. The programs were historically based. They led to my realization about the importance of advising people to learn the connection of diseases from the past to the present.


    I help my audience make informed health care decisions through their own research. My motto is 'Don't take my word for it; go and read it for yourselves.'"

  • 00:25

    YeYe's Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    This health care professional brings valuable information, particularly about African Americans and our medical history in the USA. YeYe is not a doctor, and she does not give medical advice and opinions as a doctor. Tune in at 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time each Wednesday night. Call-in at 619.393.2837 or use computer access http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalk1dr


    Email YeYe with questions and comments or to arrange to be her guest on "YeYe's Body of Knowledge." Email address: YeYesBodyOfKnowledge@gmail.com


    YeYe says, "I am YeYe Angel Lyke Saint. I have a Bachelor of Science in Human Services, and I am a certified health worker. My experience began in 1988, working on a Demonstration Project funded by the Centers for Disease Control researching behaviors that place people at risk for HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis and other high risk sexual and drug related behaviors.


    In 1996, I began a project funded by the Texas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control on Harm Reduction, which dealt with decriminalizing drugs. I also worked on a Syphilis Elimination Project. The programs were historically based. They led to my realization about the importance of advising people to learn the connection of diseases from the past to the present.


    I help my audience make informed health care decisions through their own research. My motto is 'Don't take my word for it; go and read it for yourselves.'"

  • 00:29

    YeYe's Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    This health care professional brings valuable information, particularly about African Americans and our medical history in the USA. YeYe is not a doctor, and she does not give medical advice and opinions as a doctor. Tune in at 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time each Wednesday night. Call-in at 619.393.2837 or use computer access http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalk1dr


    Email YeYe with questions and comments or to arrange to be her guest on "YeYe's Body of Knowledge." Email address: YeYesBodyOfKnowledge@gmail.com


    YeYe says, "I am YeYe Angel Lyke Saint. I have a Bachelor of Science in Human Services, and I am a certified health worker. My experience began in 1988, working on a Demonstration Project funded by the Centers for Disease Control researching behaviors that place people at risk for HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis and other high risk sexual and drug related behaviors.


    In 1996, I began a project funded by the Texas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control on Harm Reduction, which dealt with decriminalizing drugs. I also worked on a Syphilis Elimination Project. The programs were historically based. They led to my realization about the importance of advising people to learn the connection of diseases from the past to the present.


    I help my audience make informed health care decisions through their own research. My motto is 'Don't take my word for it; go and read it for yourselves.'"

  • YeYe's Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    This health care professional brings valuable information, particularly about African Americans and our medical history in the USA. YeYe is not a doctor, and she does not give medical advice and opinions as a doctor. Tune in at 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time each Wednesday night. Call-in at 619.393.2837 or use computer access http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalk1dr


    Email YeYe with questions and comments or to arrange to be her guest on "YeYe's Body of Knowledge." Email address: YeYesBodyOfKnowledge@gmail.com


    YeYe says, "I am YeYe Angel Lyke Saint. I have a Bachelor of Science in Human Services, and I am a certified health worker. My experience began in 1988, working on a Demonstration Project funded by the Centers for Disease Control researching behaviors that place people at risk for HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis and other high risk sexual and drug related behaviors.


    In 1996, I began a project funded by the Texas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control on Harm Reduction, which dealt with decriminalizing drugs. I also worked on a Syphilis Elimination Project. The programs were historically based. They led to my realization about the importance of advising people to learn the connection of diseases from the past to the present.


    I help my audience make informed health care decisions through their own research. My motto is 'Don't take my word for it; go and read it for yourselves.'"

  • 00:43

    Dr. Jean Kennedy Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesday Night


    Dr. Jean Kennedy's  Body of Knowledge


    Dr. Kennedy addresses community issues at large thru the principals of Organizational Psychology. •This show will help you recognize healthy organizational principals and practices as well as  how one might takes ownership to Improve the performance of an organization. O.D. is a deliberate approach to increase an organization's effectiveness thus, creating a healthy work environment. Understanding organizational behaviors and  systems changes.   


    Having a better understanding of community, politics, ethical practices for both employees/employers.  Understand the collateral damage when greed takes place.  Becoming an effective advocate even while been an employee.   


    We must become change  agents. Dr. Kennedy will indeed motivate you on all these fronts and draw you into a conversation as she incorporate every day issues and concerns into the conversation. For your comments, email: drjeankennedy@yahoo.com or leave a message at 559-270-1023. To get on the show as a guest, 619-393-2837. Dr. Jean Kennedy, Organizational Development Psychologist


     

  • 00:46

    YeYe's Body of Knowledge

    in Politics Progressive

    This health care professional brings valuable information, particularly about African Americans and our medical history in the USA. YeYe is not a doctor, and she does not give medical advice and opinions as a doctor. Tune in at 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time each Wednesday night. Call-in at 619.393.2837 or use computer access http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalk1dr


    Email YeYe with questions and comments or to arrange to be her guest on "YeYe's Body of Knowledge." Email address: YeYesBodyOfKnowledge@gmail.com


    YeYe says, "I am YeYe Angel Lyke Saint. I have a Bachelor of Science in Human Services, and I am a certified health worker. My experience began in 1988, working on a Demonstration Project funded by the Centers for Disease Control researching behaviors that place people at risk for HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis and other high risk sexual and drug related behaviors.


    In 1996, I began a project funded by the Texas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control on Harm Reduction, which dealt with decriminalizing drugs. I also worked on a Syphilis Elimination Project. The programs were historically based. They led to my realization about the importance of advising people to learn the connection of diseases from the past to the present.


    I help my audience make informed health care decisions through their own research. My motto is 'Don't take my word for it; go and read it for yourselves.'"

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