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Dr. Nightengale and Teresa Bradskey Founder of Harvest Moon American Indian Festival discuss current events, Native American Business, and the need for identity within the entrepreneurial system. Bradskey will be live at the "Ethnic Festival" held at Swope Park in Kansas City,Missouri.
Bradskey's background has entailed work as a Business Development Specialist throughout the Oklahoma Indian Business Development Center, Division of the Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency.
Nightengale has over 25 plus years in Broadcasting and has been: GM of 2 Radio Stations in Top 25 Market; Operations Management Engineer; An Award-Winning News Anchor for the University of Kansas as their "NPR" Morning Edition Host; NBC News Producer & Assignments Editor; Editor-In-Chief of "The Gospel Truth" a Multi-Cultural and Multi- Denominational Newspaper; an On-Air Broadcaster for CHR,Classical, Urban, Top 40, Talk Radio; and has worked for Cumulus as Director of News and Community Affairs. She has been heard on the Tom Joyner Morning Show and as well worked for The Kansas State News Network. She has received numerous awards and keys-to-the-city, appeared on Good Morning America and currently works as an International and Global "Recruiter". She is the eldest of 8 brothers and sisters. She is an activist and is currently working on completion of her book: "Bootleggs, Black Radio and Broadcast B.S.. (Best Stories)".
It's good to talk.