Paul Walsh: September 24, 2018

WEATHER SO SMART IT CHECKS IN WITH YOU: HOW ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CAN NOW HELP YOU NAVIGATE COLD & FLU SEASON & YOUR DAILY RUN The Weather Channel’s New App Alerts Users to Personalized Information Including Cold & Flu Statistics, Allergens, the Best Conditions for Running and More   PAUL WALSH Director of Weather Strategy, IBM Global […]

Maria Menounos: September 20, 2018

WHAT’S COOKIN’? TV HOST, MARIA MENOUNOS, KNOWS YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A SEASONED CHEF TO WHIP UP DELICIOUS HOME COOKED MEALS Maria Menounos Actress, Journalist, Television Host Did you know that while more than 88% of Americans said they felt better about eating a home cooked meal, only about half of the respondents were […]

Dr. Terri Gleason: September 20, 2018

HEALTHY AGING at VA  VA Researchers are Developing New Approaches for Treatment Options       Dr. Terri Gleason, Director, Clinical Science Research and Development, Department of Veterans Affairs   To commemorate September as Healthy Aging Month, Dr. Terri Gleason is available for interviews to talk about how VA Research is contributing to ways that […]

Sharon Miller: September 19, 2018

WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS ARE LEADING THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION, ACCORDING TO BANK OF AMERICA STUDY   Women Business Owners More Confident about Revenue Prospects Compared to Last Year; See Long-Term Progress on Access to Capital While Acknowledging Current Challenges Sharon Miller Head of Small Business, Bank of America The Bank of America Women Business Owner Spotlight is an annual […]

Thomas Tighe: September 17, 2018

PUERTO RICO: ONE YEAR AFTER HURRICANE MARIA THE ISLAND HAS COME A LONG WAY SINCE LAST YEAR’S DEVASTATION, BUT MUCH REMAINS TO BE DONE   Thomas Tighe President and CEO of Direct Relief After churning a devastating path across the Caribbean, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico almost a year ago. The storm left many without power […]

Amanda (Mandy) Hale: September 12, 2018

Helping Kidney Dialysis Patients Prepare for Hurricane Florence Patients on Dialysis Require Life-Sustaining Treatment 3X Per Week for 4 hours Per Day Thousands of patients in hundreds of clinics will be impacted   Amanda (Mandy) Hale Vice President of Nursing at DaVita Kidney Care   With Hurricane Florence threatening the Eastern seaboard, DaVita Kidney Care […]

Lt. Gen.Mike Linnington: September 11, 2018

WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT MARKS 15 YEARS WITH SOLDIER RIDE ACROSS AMERICA  SINCE 2003, WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT HAS BEEN A TIRELESS ADVOCATE FOR OUR NATION’S FINEST, IMPROVING THE LIVES OF OVER HALF A MILLION WARRIORS AND THEIR FAMILIES Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Mike Linnington Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) John Fernandez U.S. Army wounded […]

Bill Krouse & Michael Sheeds: September 10, 2018

FROM SACRAMENTO TO SCRANTON THEY’RE IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL September 9-15 is National Truck Driver Appreciation Week How Do Truck Drivers Deliver the Economy and Improve Lives in YOUR State?  America’s Road Team Captains Alphonso Lewis, Russ Simpson Share the Road Professional Truck Driver Don Logan Share the Road Professional Truck Driver Bill Krouse   […]

Eric Fuller: September 10, 2018

TRUCKER SHORTAGE: HOW WILL IT AFFECT AMERICAN CONSUMERS?  ADDRESSING CRITICAL NEED FOR NEW DRIVERS,   U.S. XPRESS WILL PAY FULL TUITION FOR DRIVERS AND THEIR DEPENDENTS Eric Fuller President and CEO, U.S. Xpress, the 5th largest trucking company in the country   With record low unemployment, the US trucking industry is facing a critical shortage of drivers. […]

Amy Hennessy: September 6, 2018

CHILDREN COVERED BY HEALTH INSURANCE ARE READY FOR SCHOOL YEAR ACTIVITIES MEDICAID AND CHIP HELP ELIGIBLE CHILDREN OBTAIN COVERAGE YEAR-ROUND Amy Hennessy Senior Advisor for the Consortium for Medicaid and Children’s Health Operations Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services     There is a strong connection between academic performance and a student’s health. According to the […]