David Shurna: June 13, 2019

MAKING THE WORKPLACE MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR THOSE WITH DISABILITIES  LIVE INTERVIEWS FROM LAKE TAHOE – SITE OF THE 2019 NO BARRIERS SUMMIT   David Shurna No Barriers USA Executive Director – Fort Collins, CO Kathy Martinez Head of Disability and Accessibility Strategy at Wells Fargo – San Francisco Lance LaVergne Wells Fargo Enterprise Talent Acquisition […]

Magdy Milad, MD: June 12, 2019

HELP FOR WOMEN WITH CHRONIC GYNECOLOGIC CONDITIONS *** Hysterectomies Second Most Common Surgery for U.S. Women, but Alternatives Exist ***       Magdy Milad-MD, MS Chief of Gynecology and Gynecologic Surgery at Northwestern Memorial Hospital   Every year in the United States, more than 500,000 women have hysterectomies. It’s the second most common surgery for […]

Lee Abbamonte: June 7, 2019

Maximizing Summer Vacation: Having a Fun and Financially Rewarding Getaway     Lee Abbamonte Travel Expert, Youngest American to Visit Every Country in the World Plus the North and South Poles   John Sellers Bank of America Preferred Rewards Executive   Summer travel season is packed with opportunities to experience new foods, scenery and adventures. […]

John Di Leonardo: June 6, 2019

HITTING THE GREAT OUTDOORS THIS SUMMER? BE SURE YOU’RE TAKING AN ANIMAL FRIENDLY VACATION   IF SPENDING TIME WITH ANIMALS IS ON YOUR TO-DO LIST, MAKE SURE YOU ARE SUPPORTING TRUE SANCTUARIES AND NOT ROADSIDE ZOOS       John Di Leonardo Manager for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)   Well-meaning tourists […]

Bonnie Schneider: June 6, 2018

WHAT TO DO WHEN WICKED WEATHER WALLOPS YOUR TOWN  EXTREME WEATHER IS ON THE RISE. HOW CAN AMERICANS PREPARE FOR POTENTIAL WEATHER EMERGENCIES IN THEIR AREA     Bonnie Schneider National television meteorologist and author of the book Extreme Weather   Turn on the news on any given day and you’re likely to see coverage […]

Kait Parker: June 5, 2019

*** June 5 is World Environment Day *** THE WEATHER CHANNEL’S KAIT PARKER ANNOUNCES NEW INITIATIVE TO RAISE AWARENESS OF CLEAN WATER CRISIS     Kait Parker Atmospheric Scientist for The Weather Company/IBM Host of Warming Signs podcast from weather.com   The Earth is warming, and as the planet heats up, there is an increase in […]

Jake Wood: June 3, 2019

ONE YEAR LATER: HOW DISASTER IMPACTED COMMUNITIES STILL NEED HELP TO GET BACK ON THEIR FEET AS JUNE MARKS THE BEGINNING OF HURRICANE SEASON, NEW DATA SHOWS RELIEF NEEDED LONGER THAN PREVIOUSLY REALIZED AND HELPS DETERMINE WHAT AID IS STILL NEEDED JAKE WOOD Co-Founder and CEO of Team Rubicon Every year, natural disasters impact millions […]

Andrew MacCalla: May 31, 2019

HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE: ARE YOU PREPARED FOR HURRICANES AND OTHER DISASTERS? WHAT CAN FAMILIES DO TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE PREPARED AND WHO IS MOST AT RISK?  **HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS JUNE 1ST**   Andrew MacCalla Director of International Programs & Emergency Preparedness and Response at Direct Relief (a non-profit)   The United States is […]

Priscilla Rodriguez: May 30, 2019

PARENTS: GUIDE YOUR KIDS THROUGH THE COLLEGE PLANNING PROCESS The College Board Provides Tips on SAT Prep, College Planning &  How to Earn College Board Opportunity Scholarships Priscilla Rodriguez Executive Director of Scholarships Strategy at the College Board   It should come as no surprise that summer is the perfect time to get organized for […]

Charles Coleman Jr: May 24, 2019

THE BLACK SUPERHERO PROJECT 10 Acts of Service on Behalf of CFC40 Inc. To Initiate a Ripple Effect of Change *** Boston Event Saturday May 25th ***   Charles Coleman Jr. Civil Rights Attorney and Activist   In today’s world of toxic dialogue and vitriolic political overload, too many of us spend time engaging negativity and […]