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30 Day Podcast: Feeling Good and Teaching with Holly Cannard

08/28/2020

I believe in the power of positive change and transformational growth that therapy can provide to individuals and their families. Throughout life there are times when we need help and support. I am honored to work with you during these times of challenge.I have worked with victims of trauma, abuse, and neglect in out-patient and psychiatric hospital settings and crisis situations in Spokane. I am a nationally board-certified counselor, licensed in Washington, and a member of the American Counseling Association. I received a Master of Arts in Counseling from Gonzaga University and my undergraduate degree from Whitworth University.

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and professionalism with Candace Bennett

08/27/2020

Candace Bennett is known for her passion for spiritual and emotional care in personal and communal settings. She holds a Master's degree in Pastoral Counseling from Liberty University, specializing in Life Coaching. She also is married to Daniel Bennett who is passionately pursuing youth & young adult ministry and a Christian hip hop career. It excites me to be able to use my life experiences to guide others on their personal journey towards maximizing their God-given potential.

Learn more about Candance...

website. candacenbennett.com

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and Professional with Doug McCoy

January 15, 2020

In 2010, while working in the automotive industry and desirous of becoming a teacher, I decided to get my Career and Technical Education (CTE) certification. This certification allowed me to accept an automotive technology teaching position at a Skills Center. Skills Centers are CTE instruction centers for 11th & 12th graders. Further, this position was challenging as it was located in a low SES, high diversity, inner-city location in western WA.Upon starting my career at the Skills center, I completely revamped the entire course and classroom layout. I developed a new and updated curriculum, built an influential advisory committee, and started an internship and direct requiting program. These were all unique and innovative programs that moved it to a new and exciting place.During my time as a teacher, I continued my education. I received my MA in Educational Leadership in 2017, and my CTE Directors certification in 2018 with the aspiration of going into administration. I wanted to make an impact on a larger scale. I'm proud to say that I graduated with honors for each of my advanced degrees.I was a master teacher for other persons pursuing their CTE certification in automotive technology. Additionally, I was appointed incoming/new teacher mentor and coach for the school. My specialty is classroom management, classroom inclusion, connection with students, and classroom culture development.I also held a team leadership position on the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) collaboration team for two years and was a KPI team member for six years. I was a member of the diversity awareness/instruction team for two years and participated in the Uni-Serve Union counsel for one year. Teaching is my calling, and I have a passion for working with those that want to learn. I want to focus my attention on teaching teachers how to do precisely what I did in the classroom. I want to be an influencer in changing the face of education focused on young boys/men. That would include skilled trades awareness, motivational speaking, men's coaching, guidance, advocacy, and rights. I have a strong desire to continue to work with people, and this where I excel. Even if it is not teaching, as long as it is working with, guiding, mentoring, counseling etc, I am happy, and am looking to again return to this type of work.

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with Mr.Chazz

January 15, 2020

His mission in life is to enjoy the process of becoming the best version of himself and help others do the same. He goes by, “Mr.Chazz” and he even has a song to prove it. He is an Educational Specialist who, “teaches teachers to teach” in a chain of Child Development Centers. He closely works with 9 different schools, 100s of teachers, and 1,000s of children. He has trained thousands of teachers in person and virtually. He earned his Master’s in Executive Leadership at American University. He envisions a world where most people wake up every day, enjoying the process of becoming the best versions of themselves. He has over 65,000 followers on Tiktok (@Tickteachtok). He is a Featured Content Creator on GetVokl, where he does an Interactive Podcast every Monday at 7 PM Eastern. Subscribe to https://getvokl.com/channel/chazz

You can also find him on Instagram as “MrChazz.” He coaches over 200 people in his community through daily tips, answering questions, private coaching, group coaching, online courses, and more. Go to Best way for artists and creators to get sustainable income and connect with fans | Patreon

30 Day podcast Visuals in the Classroom Multicultural Literature with Caitlin Wooley

January 15, 2020

My name is Caitlin Wooley and I love literacy! I am currently in my last year of the education program at eastern Washington university, getting my bachelor's in literacy with a K-12 teaching endorsement! While managing school and motherhood, I also manage little scholars' multiple intelligence development centers as well! I am passionate in helping children who come from low socioeconomic backgrounds and plan on dedicating my time to educating in an elementary setting!

30 Day Podcast: Camille and Jameer Wilson Audio clips to podcast

08/21/2020


Our family constantly suffers from dry skin. I have tried multiple products, which none seem to work the way we needed them! This made me create my own product, once we began to use Stevens Gold I realized the difference between those products and ours. This homemade natural product not made with any chemicals and made with love worked wonderfully. As I shared this body butter with family first I got a huge response and a lot of positive feedback and everyone wanted more! Now it’s time for the public to experience this product. I hope you enjoy what Steven’s Gold Body Butter has to offer! Contact us with any questions.

Our Mission

Stevens Gold LLC is a business that provides all-natural body butter. Our products are made with love and cater to all skincare needs. Stevens Gold is chemical-free, it helps with eczema, dry skin, and will leave you feeling better with our natural scents. Some of the scents include eucalyptus, rosemary, lavender, and peppermint. Natural essential oils are used. Our product is guaranteed and we are sure you will be pleased with your results after one use. We value customer satisfaction so reach out to us with any questions or concerns.

Learn more here: https://www.instagram.com/stevens_gold/?hl=en

Website: stevensgoldbeauty.com

30 Day Podcast: Feeling and Teaching with Jaqueline Blacknall

08/21/2020

Learn more at www.tlptraining.com

I’m just a Jersey Girl who decided to turn passion into a community of EYEcons.Driven by the strong woman who raised me,my mother, I wanted to inspire others to love themselves. I've always had a passion for all things beauty and starting BeEYEconic is just the beginning of an amazing Sisterhood. The brand was inspired by 𝘰𝘣𝘴𝘦𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘰𝘯..𝘋𝘳𝘪𝘷𝘦𝘯 𝘣𝘺 passion.. 𝘉𝘪𝘳𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘉𝘦𝘌𝘺𝘦𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘪𝘤! BeEYEconic is 𝘦𝘧𝘧𝘰𝘳𝘵𝘭𝘦𝘴𝘴, 𝘧𝘶𝘯 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘣𝘰𝘭𝘥. 𝘌𝘢𝘤𝘩 𝘭𝘢𝘴𝘩 𝘸𝘢𝘴 𝘩𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘱𝘪𝘤𝘬𝘦𝘥 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘯𝘢𝘮𝘦𝘥 𝘸𝘪𝘵𝘩𝘴𝘰 𝘮𝘶𝘤𝘩 𝘮𝘦𝘢𝘯𝘪𝘯𝘨. The intent behind this brand is to 𝘉𝘦𝘐𝘯𝘴𝘱𝘪𝘳𝘦𝘥.. 𝘉𝘦𝘌𝘧𝘧𝘰𝘳𝘵𝘭𝘦𝘴𝘴.. 𝘉𝘦𝘌YEconic! 𝘑acQue B#𝘉𝘌𝘺𝘦𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘪𝘤

Our website is: http://www.beeyeconiclashes.com

Our ig: beeyeconic_lashes

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with Janette Burke

08/21/2020

Janette Burke is the Executive Producer of Janette Burke Productions, and Host/Creator of the award-winning Janette’s TV and Janette’s TV Podcast. An advocate for women’s rights & issues and champion to Women in Business and Leadership, she has interviewed countless A-list celebrities, thought-leaders, game-changers, influencers and experts. Janette knows what it takes to assume the spotlight and effectively spread your message.

So she also provides Mentoring & Training to CEO’s, executives, entrepreneurs, professionals and sales agents who wish to garner more media attention and improve their presentation, performance and communication skills when appearing on-camera (media, pod & webcast interviews, videos or LIVES), on-stage (speaking virtually, solo or as part of a panel), preparing a TEDTalk or interacting with prospective clients, investors, sponsors, and staff.

Learn more here:

Janette Burke Productions

Janette’s TV, Janette’s TV Podcast, Janette’s Trade Secrets Media/On-Camera Mentoring & Training

Be Brilliant On-Camera, On-Stage and When Presenting

Phone/Text: 416.802.0655

Email: [email protected]

www.janetteburke.com

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with Anette Nance, MSWc

08/21/2020

Anette Nance is a dynamic professional who is a servant-minded leader. She is an Operation Enduring Freedom Marine veteran and served 8 years, honorably. She is currently a Masters of Social Work candidate at the University of Pittsburgh and received her undergraduate degree from Ashford University in Psychology. She has done advocacy work in the veteran space locally, regionally, and nationally.

Through her work, she was one of 10 student veterans nominated for the 2020 Student Veteran of the Year finalist in the nation for Student Veterans of America, headquartered in Washington D.C. Her career coaching skills have been instrumental in many professionals' career path. Anette aspires to continue advocacy work and utilize her social work lens in various industries to focus on the importance of people.

Learn more about her here:

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anette-nance-msw-4402a899/

[email protected]

Instagram: missnance_

[email protected]

30 Day Podcast: Visual Arts: How it can speak to your mind, body and soul with Justine Nicole

08/21/2020

Hello!

My name is Justine Nicole, mother of three boys, wife, Leo, adventure seeker, I’m a lover of all art mediums and storyteller. I was born in a little desert called Yakima Washington. I now reside in the stunning city of Spokane Washington with my family. My inspiration for my love of photography has come from a ling bloodline of family photographers. It starts back with my great grandfather who was a wizard at photography and cinematography. My style is what I would like to call…simple…no fun…uh, classic. Ok, maybe all of the above.

Simplefunclasictific? Yes, I just made up a new word. It probably won’t stick around but I like it for now. I specialize in portraits, seniors, couples, and personal brand photography. As a storyteller, I thrive on capturing the true you and your special life moments that will turn into keepsakes to pass down through generations.

That is just a little about me the lioness, master of creativity big-time love and storyteller. I hope to have the pleasure of meeting you all soon.

Blessings to you and yours,

Justine Nicole

Connect with her here at www.justinenicole.com

30 Day Podcast: Leaddership and Professionalism with Latoia Burkley. ADC

08/14/2020

LaToia Burkley helps women develop the behavioral traits they’ll need on their career journey and helps them harness their power with a polished resume, top-notch digital presence, and a strong personal brand. LaToia is a goal-oriented, certified diversity coach, as well as a highly-skilled, innovative, and energetic business professional. In her work with clients, she draws on her background identifying, prioritizing, maximizing opportunities, and orchestrating solutions in the Human Resources and Business Operations space.

LaToia’s specialties include Diversity & Inclusion, Networking, Professional & Leadership Development. In a corporate environment, LaToia guides leaders as they put together engagement and coaching strategies designed for the call center world. She brings new ideas to customer experience education, turning customer service into a sale of products and helping employees hone their soft skills. When she’s not helping clients with professional development,

LaToia dedicates her time volunteering in a faith-based foreign language ministry centered in Rhode Island. She’s called New England home since November 2019, having traded in her Georgia Peach status for the Ocean State. LaToia is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish, is a travel pro and loves to take in new sites and cultures. She is known to devour books, is a self-proclaimed foodie, and enjoys having a good time with friends. LaToia’s professional memberships include: Professional Association of Resume Writers & Career Coaches Coach Diversity Institute Alum via Howard University School of Business Mentor Rhode Island Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) Habitat for Humanity – Metro Atlanta

30 Day Podcast: My Family's Journey with Latrice Williams

08/13/2020

I sing to change the world

I am a Spokane native and I've been singing since I was three years old in various churches, community centers, and anywhere that will give me a microphone. it’s safe to say that singing is my passion.

I am formerly incarcerated. Due to coming up through the juvenile justice system into the adult justice system, I was haunted by a series of traumatic events that developed into rage and depression. While serving several years in prison I was able to grow in my walk with God which helped me develop skills that were already embedded in me to break the chains of addiction, depression, and unhealthy lifestyles.

Present-day I am a successful business owner ( Real Estate Broker ). I also use the tool of music and therapeutic performing arts to continue to help others to a breakthrough in the same ways I was able to, and more. Currently, I share my story, faith, and music around Washington and the inland northwest.

Contact her today

https://spokanepillar.com/team/latrice-williams/

[email protected]

Phone: (509) 319-4550

Music: www.voiceoflatrice.com

30 day podcast: Leadership and professional with Dr. Patrick Dicks 

08/12/2020

Dr. Patrick Dicks is a technology and automation subject matter expert from South Carolina, he has over 20 years of technology experience. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from South Carolina State University, a Master of Business Administration with an Emphasis in Information Technology Management from Webster University, and a Doctorate of Science in Information Systems and Communications from Robert Morris University.

His dissertation was titled: The Automation of Manufacturing and the Potential Effects on Rural Communities in South Carolina. He has been an adjunct instructor for 6 years and he has taught over 3,000 students several computer science and technology courses. He also has several years of employment with the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy.

Connect here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drdicks/

30 Day Podcast: Feeling Good and Teaching with Kameishi Williams

08/13/2020

“Kameishi also known as MeMe is a Tacoma native now thriving in Spokane. MeMe is skilled in hair, make-up, nails, fashion styling and everything in between. When she isn’t working, she’s spending time creating art, bonding with family and enjoying being a mom. MeMe is passionate about the opportunity to share knowledge, love and positivity with everyone she meets and helping people look and feel their absolute best. “

30 day Podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with Stacy Roberts, MBA

08/10/2020

Stacy Roberts is the Founder of SMR Leadership Solutions, LLC. She earned her executive coaching certification from the International Coaching Federation approved, Academy of Creative Coaching. In addition to her certification, she has obtained her BA in Marketing from Augusta State University and MBA from Liberty University. She is currently pursuing her DBA in Human Resources at Liberty University.

Stacy is an accomplished business leader whose focus is developing quality leaders in their personal and professional lives. As an executive coach with extensive HR, corporate, and community leadership experience, Stacy strives to help others reach their full potential in all areas of their lives. Her motto is: Allow Stacy to Support, Train, Assess, and Coach

You to develop the dynamic leader that is within you.

Stacy is also the author of the children’s books, Boomer Be Nice, Roscoe’s Rescue, and Donut Leads The Team. Her books teach key skills and valuable lessons to children that assist them in developing into whole and successful adults.

30 Day podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with James Gatewood

08/09/2020

Me? First and foremost, Dad, Golf Enthusiast, and Friend. I’m also a complicated tapestry of structure and emotion-driven to lead. I continue to learn and strive to be the business practitioner of choice, capable of forming and leading large teams to, through, and around change. My reputation as a people leader is not built on a foundation of successes, more of the opposite...it’s because I’ve failed.

The beauty of failing is the lesson. Taking a look in my past, I’ve discovered, like a lot of things, that being a great leader is a consistent push and pull based on development of self and others. Personal growth is a continuum, a journey and not a destination. And even though being vulnerable is hard, I’m not afraid to rumble to be a better person. Related to Business Operations, some of my past accomplishments include bringing a private practice past a $3 million threshold without altering staff or procedure but instead designing and implementing new processes.

Rising over 25% growth in less than 18 months. I have a recognized reputation of excellence in leading high-performing teams and over ten years of experience in Retail Sales and Dental Industry Sales. Running a company is not a one-size-fits-all model, so I’ve had to scale my business approach to meet the needs of my teams.

This has meant enhancing organizational structure from a large corporation down to a private dental practice, reviewing organizational effectiveness, and cutting out waste where appropriate to improve business performance. Those experiences helped me build a track record of strong operational, sales, and development skills on a national level. Other professional accomplishments include:- Winning a 1.2 million dollar account for my territory- As a Sales Manager leading my team to exceed goals 10 out of 12 months- As a mentor and trainer developing people to exceed their own expectations

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-gatewood/

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with Sylvia White

08/07/2020

Sylvia White is a 30-year veteran working in the field of Early Childhood Education. She got her beginning working at the local Headstart in her home town and it has been an exciting journey from there. She would go on to run her own in-home, full center, and after-school programs throughout the years.

Sylvia served as Director of Christian and secular child care establishments throughout her later years. She believed that she has touched the lives of hundreds of children in her amazing childcare journey.

Learn more about Sylvia: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sylvialwhite/

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with Dr. Roberta J. Wilburn

08/06/2020

Dr. Roberta J. Wilburn

is the founder and president of Wilburn & Associates, LLC a consulting

business that focuses on training, coaching, cultural events, and advocacy related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is also the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in Education and Diversity Initiatives at Whitworth University. She is a certified Civil Rights/Title IX Level II Investigator and also serves as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Dr. Wilburn was recently recognized for her diversity efforts when she was presented with 2017 INSIGHT Into Diversity Giving Back Award for Administrators, the 2016 YWCA Women of Achievement Carl Maxey Racial and Social Justice Award, as well as the Inland Northwest, Juneteenth Heartwood Award for Cultural Enrichment & Community Service. Dr. Wilburn’s major areas of research have focused on empowering women leaders of color, and various aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Her research has led her to pursue and

acquire two international grants spanning Africa, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic; two invitations to present her research on women of color at the Oxford Round Table in England; and other publications. She was also a featured author in the book Brown V. Board of Education Its Impact on Public Education 1954-2004, a Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund Publication (2005).

For this publication she wrote a chapter entitled “Leveling the Playing Field: The Challenge of Preparing Globally Competent African-American College Graduates.” Her most recent publication was a book chapter released in August (2017) entitled: Going to the Next Level: Opportunities and Challenges Facing African American Women Leaders in the Academy. She have also presented her research locally, nationally, and internationally. She is married to James Wilburn, Jr. and they have three adult

children and two grandsons.

Learn more

https://www.wilburnassociates.org/about-us.html

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with Dr. Shelly Myers

08/06/2020

Dr. Shelly Meyers is currently the Dean of Accreditation and soon to be Dean of the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences as Limestone University in South Carolina. She has been in education for 20 years including public school teaching, contract homeschooling, tutoring, consulting, accreditation, and teacher preparation.

She was a Deans for Impact Fellow, White House Innovator for Technology in Teacher Preparation under the Obama administration, and faculty leader for NASA Langley's Minority Serving Institution Pre-service Teacher Institute. She resides in South Carolina with her husband, two teenagers, and a chocolate lab.

Dr. Meyers holds her degrees in Education from Missouri Valley College, Walden University, and Gardner-Webb University. She enjoys reading, travel, watching sports, and spending time with family and friends. Her current interests are in place-based learning and teaching young leaders the benefits of leadership as well as the importance of sabbath in leadership.

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelly-meyers-07a5689a/

30 Day Podcast: Leadership and Professionalism with Kellie Ketchum-Umphrey

08/06/2020

Kellie Ketchum-Umphrey

Educational Consultant, Early Head Start Program Manager

Kellie Ketchum-Umphrey has worked in the field of Education for 30 years. Her adoration for the teaching of children started in Elementary Education as a teacher of Third and Fourth Grade in Fairbanks, Alaska. After relocating to the Lower 48, Kellie began her career in Early Childhood Education. Kellie’s experience as a Preschool Teacher, Child Care Director, Regional Manager, Early Head Start Supervisor, and Program Manager have been the rungs she needed to climb the ladder of professionalism.

Kellie has used her expertise, and organizational skills to assist floundering child care facilities to turn around their enrollment, enhance their educational programming and curriculum, and to develop staff into strong educational advocates not only for the children but for themselves.

Kellie currently works for The Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center and oversees a significant Early Head Start grant in the Greater Philadelphia region that includes 192 children and 80 families.

Learn more about Kellie...

The website is www.homeschoolhelper.com

My email is : [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BBEC2018/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellie-ketchum-umphrey-377a3138/

30 Day Podcast: My Family's Journey with Jaime Perkins-Stacy 

08/06/2020


SWAG (Strong Women Achieving Greatness)SWAG·

Jaime is an educator, author, and creator of SWAG. Te mission of SWAG is to equip and empower girls and young women in their pursuit of achieving success. The three components of SWAG are: building relationships, identity, and pursuing greatness. SWAG is a mentoring community of girls and women of all ages coming together, a village; a bridge that connects women to their own path towards greatness.

Through mentorship, SWAG helps women and young girls to establish a pattern of success that defies statistics and stereotypes. Mentors bring experience, perspective, and objectivity into the mentoring relationship while helping participants reach their goals and aspirations, which is inclusive of social, emotional, and academic learning. SWAG's empowering, engaging group meetings focus on three main components: identity, relationship, and pursuing success.

Listen to this podcast to learn about her family's journey.

Follow her on ...

FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/SWAGMentoringWomensGroup/about/?ref=page_internal

30 Day Podcast: Our Family's Journey with Tamara Bush

08/06/2020

Tamara (Tam) Bush

Educator, Digital Creator, Writer, Researcher

Tam is the founder of A Mixed Life. She researches and learns about interracial families, multiracial children, and the role of fathers. Her passion is to learn from other diverse families, like her own, providing a network of support in development in parenting, marriage, and fatherhood.

She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and three active children. She ghostwrites blogs and provides client-based online services as a digital creator. To learn more:

Website: amixedlife.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amixedlifefamily/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amixedlifefamily/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AMixedLifeFam

30 Day Podcast: Feeling Good and Teaching with April Everett

08/06/2020

April L. Everett is an in-demand public presenter on career success and black women and girl's issues. She has been involved with organizations helping girls and women in need throughout the Philadelphia region for more than 15 years. With over 20 years of experience in corporate America, April's rise to professional success has been nothing short of amazing, given the many obstacles she has had to overcome. Her path has been both educational and rewarding. She has been a manager in the healthcare industry for several years having worked for such companies as Cyberonics, Siemens, Independence Blue Cross and Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.

Preparing other young women for success, by sharing information and her lessons learned, is April’s way of giving back. She hopes to build a "Village" that is proud of its youth. April believes in the abilities of our girls and accepts the charge to see them overcome all challenges as they exceed all expectations. April’s passion is to help young girls and women realize their visions and the manifestation of those visions. She currently holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Temple University, a Masters of Business Administration from Liberty University and a Masters of Jurisprudence from Widener University School of Law. She is the proud owner of Sassy N Classy Closet, an online boutique with a focus on the EVERYDAY WOMAN. She also is the owner of A L Everett Solutions, a business consulting firm dedicated to thrusting entrepreneurs into their destiny.

Learn more at: https://sassynclassycloset.com/collections

Email: [email protected]

30 Day Podcast: Feeling Good and Teaching with Whitney from Zola Zula Solutions, LLC

08/06/2020

Zola Zula Solutions, LLC

ABOUT US

Zola Zula began her endeavors just by a mere thought..

She saw a continued lack of hairstyle alternative products, not only for women, but for men also! She decided people of any gender or race should have other options that fit their hair needs. Whether it's lovely locs, braids, long luscious hair, or just a plain ole bad hair day, she wanted to be able to help. She started to create a fashionable hair accessory for both men and women. She also offers to help men and women wrap their hair up beautifully in what she likes to refer to as a "crown", also known as a head wrap.

While finding a modern hair style alternative for her fellow neighbors, she then noticed another problem. Trash that plagues our city streets! She did her research on a resolution to this issue and organized a bi-annual cleanup, which just wasn't enough to see a lasting difference. She decided to take it to the streets and get her hands dirty in some trash. Now offering a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly trash pickup service; also assisting in organizing community trash pickups for your entire neighborhood to take part in, BUT SHE DIDN'T STOP THERE

While we all love a clean neighborhood, we also love a clean and organized sacred space even better! She takes special time and effort to spiritually cleanse not only your neighborhood, but your home as well. “Cleanliness is next to godliness” is her favorite saying of all time and it's also a very true statement. The peace she receives from a cleansed space is like no other. She wanted to share her experience with whomever else is looking for peace and spiritual/mental/emotional release! Her special concoction while cleaning, will leave you feeling rejuvenated for sure!

SAVING PEOPLE'S VIBRANT SPIRIT..

ONE PERSON.

ONE NEIGHBORHOOD.

ONE COMMUNITY AT A TIME.

30 Day Podcast; My Family's Journey with Tierra Hamm and Patrick Hamm

08/06/2020

Meet the Hamm family

Tierra Hamm and Patrick Hamm are a loving family who is sharing their family's story with the world. They are mentors for foster families and provide intervention and support to their community.

God and Family is their foundation. Learn more and see how you could make a difference in a little one's life.

Learn more about their family here: https://www.instagram.com/ourmatchedhearts/

30 Day Podcast: My Family's Journey with Amaya Kissinger-Beans

08/06/2020

Amaya is a 22-year-old mom, who simply adores her 6-year-old son. She is a high school graduate, who is now pursuing her B.S in science in Children Studies. She has worked in the childcare field for over 5 years and aspires to become an occupational therapist. her hobbies are calligraphy/journaling, cooking, baking and always looking for new movies to watch and new music to listen to.

You can learn more on her Facebook

Facing Life With Amaya; A Teen Mom Story

@flateenmom

30 Day Podcast: My Family's Journey with Amaya Kissinger-Beans

08/06/2020

Amaya is a 22-year-old mom, who simply adores her 6-year-old son. She is a high school graduate, who is now pursuing her B.S in science in Children Studies. She has worked in the childcare field for over 5 years and aspires to become an occupational therapist. her hobbies are calligraphy/journaling, cooking, baking and always looking for new movies to watch and new music to listen to.

You can learn more on her Facebook

Facing Life With Amaya; A Teen Mom Story

@flateenmom

30 day podcast Feeling good and teaching: podcast Oschuwa

08/06/2020

Oschuwa's Story

Express Your Individuality

Growing up, I've always had an artistic eye for jewelry. One summer day I decided to design my own earrings and beaded bracelet. As the saying goes "The rest is history!" When you are wearing "Oschuwa" you will feel beautiful and bold! The jewelry is bound to start up a conversation!

You can find Oschuwa here:

Website: https://www.oschuwa.com/?fbclid=IwAR3UvC6HsDBUgRp9isZQIutmPqbhLahgsiV-p4Z1USI3bxaeMkadJ1lam5o

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: OschuwaPieces

Feeling Good and Teaching with Rock your World Naturally (Rekishia McMillian)

08/06/2020

Rekishia L. McMillan is an Air Force veteran, Author, MSW, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach Wellness Ambassador and Nutritionist. Her authored works are delivered with a blended biblical approach, and tinged with scientific health research to assist readers with learning more about their body and the improvements required to achieve greater health.During her 20-year military career, she served as a fitness training leader and academic instructor, teaching college courses on stress management, fitness, health and spiritual and mental fitness. In 2012, Rekishia started Rock Your World Naturally health coaching services where she offers life changing strategies on nutrition, natural healing, stewardship of the earth and healthy eating. A sought after speaker and presenter, Rekishia customizes deliverables to meet the needs of diverse audiences.

30 day podcast: Movement in the classroom with Alicia C podcast Clips

08/06/2020

Join us for an amazing podcast focusing on movement in the classroom and how it can bring healing to the mind-body and soul.

Alicia is a certified group fitness instructor through the Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). She has an extensive technical dance background with over 25+ years of experience ranging from various forms of traditional dance (ballet, tap, jazz) and international dance.

She began her fitness journey with Zumba and has been an active instructor for 10 years. She holds several licenses under the Zumba brand in addition to other dance formats, such as BollyX.

Recently, she has found freedom in movement through the Nia Technique. Originally drawn to this format in 2009, she was intrigued by the healing, therapeutic, and holistic approach to movement and the combination of 9 different modalities in one class. The Nia Technique is founded on 3 disciplines: Dance (Modern, Jazz, Duncan), Martial Arts (Aikido, Taekwondo, Tai Chi), and the Healing Arts (Yoga, Feldenkrais Method, Alexander Technique). The combination of free dance, fitness elements, and light choreography innate to the body's natural way of moving created a new way of exploring expression and emotion through dance that she wishes to share with others. Her specialty focus in “Moving to Heal” provides an opportunity to teach movement from the perspective of healing not just for the body, but mind and spirit.

Outside of fitness, Alicia dances on 2 performance dance teams - The Brazilian Arts Project student team, Equipe Faísca, and an Indian contemporary dance team, Aakrisht. With great honor, the Aakrisht team performed during the famous Durga Puja festival in 2017 for the Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, and as guest performers at the U.S. Consulate in Kolkata.

Alicia is passionate about sharing the healing, art, and expression of dance with others and believes that everybody and everybody is designed to move with dynamic ease to live a healthy sustainable life.

"I don't dance because I am healthy. I am healthy because I dance."

~ Alicia

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Alicia Castrogiovanni

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https://www.aliciatherese.com

https://www.facebook.com/theAliciaTherese

http://aliciabetancourt.zumba.com

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30 Day Podcast with Art and Teaching with Donell Barlow

08/06/2020

We would like to welcome Donell author, artist, and wellness coach to The Learning Project. She studied at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and is an amazing wellness coach. She will be sharing her children's book and her take on wellness. This book was inspired by stories from her grandmother, Lightning Bug goes into the forest in the hopes of meeting a Bigfoot. Benny becomes Lightning Bug's best friend and teaches her about protecting the forest and animals. Based on the stories she remembers from her own grandmother, author and illustrator Donell Barlow creates a colorful world that explores the legends of her Native American heritage (Yurok and Ottawa Tribes) and celebrates the ways friends and family teach us what's important.

Learn more about her at Donellbarlow.com

30 Day Podcast: Teaching art and diversity with Paula Liz and Francesca Levy

08/06/2020

Learn more here about our guests.....

Paula Liz and Francesca Levy

Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Maryland, Paula Liz attended the Maryland Institute of Art where she received her BFA in Painting and MAT in Art Education. She has over 10 years of experience teaching art at public, private, and charter schools in New York City, Washington D.C., and Austin, Texas. Paula Liz currently teaches Elementary art at a two-way immersion school in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Anti-Racist Art Teachers Site: https://sites.google.com/view/antiracistartteachers

Ms. Paula Liz Contact Info:

Instagram: @ms.paulaliz

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiJgIMG1-8L6l8qOLSuk1Nw

TpT Store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Making-Art-With-Ms-Paula-Liz

Blog: https://mspaulaliz.blogspot.com/

Francesca

Francesca Levy is a Cuban artist and art educator who currently teaches K-8 art in Miami, Florida. She has a B.A in Art Education from The University of Florida and an M.A in Art Education & Community Practice from New York University. Francesca is passionate about how arts education can be used to create social change.

Teachers pay Teachers

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Anti-Racist-Elements-of-Art-Posters-5688153

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/mslevyteachesart/

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