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Ignitions for the Emerging Global Challenge Part 3

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On today’s show, we are continuing the round table discussion with my 2 distinguished and honorable guests; Terri Lynn and Osas. This is part 3 of a 10 part series titled “Ignitions for the Emerging Global Challenge”. Terri Lynn is a mentor, a coach and an “adopted mom” to many young people in Africa as well as other places around the world. She is on the board of directors of Amiina Africa; an outreach assistance program for African Christian leaders. Terri Lynn has an Associates of Science degree in electrical engineering and spent nearly 8 years in the field of […]

Ignitions for the Emerging Global Challenge Part 2

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On today’s show, I am continuing the round table discussion with my 2 distinguished guests; Terri Lynn and Osas. Terri Lynn is a wife, mother of 3, and grandmother of 2. She is a mentor and a coach. She is also an “adopted mom” to many young people in Africa as well as other places around the world, and is on the board of directors of Amiina Africa; an outreach assistance program for African Christian leaders. Terri has an Associates of Science degree in electrical engineering and spent nearly 8 years in the field of electronics and field service. She […]

Ignitions for the Emerging Global Challenge Part 1

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Today’s show is the start of something new – it’s a round table with 2 guests; Terri Lynn and Osaretin; both are previous guests. I’m excited to have them both on the show today. Osas is incredibly passionate about people, society and technology. He is an Author, Speaker, Translator, Ambassador, co-founder and COO of multiple companies. Osas has built systems together with partners across the globe and has trained both young and old across 15 African nations. He is on the verge of rounding off his graduate program overseas and currently resides with his wife in Nigeria. Terri Lynn is […]

SCOTUS: The Camp Constitution Free Speech Flag Case

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 My guest on today’s show is a returning guest; Pastor Earl Wallace.  Earl is the author of “The Three-Dimensional Leader:  Negotiating Your Mission, Resources and Context” which he has taught throughout America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East to help people to think differently so they truly can do better.   Earl is a patriot having served in the US Army.  He has been a high school English teacher, a Christian musician, a Bible conference teacher, and was a Tea Party spokesperson from 2008 – 2011. In 2014, Earl founded the Liberty Christian Fellowship Church near Albany, NY.  There […]

Taking Action With 911PetBuddy

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 My guest on today’s show is Michele Barnhouse. She is a returning guest to this show, and I’m honored to have her back. Michele is an entrepreneur, a certified life coach, and is licensed in both real estate and insurance. She’s an avid animal lover and volunteers with animal rescue organizations where she assists with adoptions. Michele has been working the last few years toward the development and launch of a much-needed mobile app. for pet owners. On today’s episode, Michele announces the launch of her brand new app for pet owners, and her journey to getting it launched. […]

Tim Kachuriak: Understanding Philanthropy

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 My guest on the show today is Tim Kachuriak. Tim is the founder, Chief Innovation and Optimization Officer for NextAfter; a fundraising research lab and consulting firm.  NextAfter works with businesses, nonprofits, and NGOs to help them grow their resource capacity. A nonprofit thought leader, Tim is the author of the book Optimize Your Fundraising, lead researcher and co-author of the Online Fundraising Scorecard, Why Should I Give to You? (The Nonprofit Value Proposition Index Study), as well as The Midlevel Donor Crisis. Tim has trained organizations in fundraising optimization around the world.  He is a frequent speaker at […]

Yusupha Manneh: Youth Empowerment through Entrepreneurship

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My guest on today’s show is Yusupha Manneh. Yusupha is a 29 year old man from Gambia. He is a highly sought after speaker particularly by youth groups throughout Gambia. Yusupha graduated from St. Augustine’s Senior Secondary school in 2012, and his performance earned him a spot at the Gambia College School of Education where he studied education from 2013 to 2016. He majored in English and Agriculture. He graduated in 2016. He was hired by the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education as a qualifed teacher. He now has 5 years of teaching experience. In 2017, Yusupha, along with […]

Janet Larson Meyer: What’s Your Gut Telling You?

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My guest on today’s show is Janet Larson Meyer. Janet has been a successful entrepreneur and marketer for over 25 years. Her professional success story is featured in top-selling books and in various magazine articles. She has also been inducted into the “Million Dollar Mavens Club” of the Direct Selling World Alliance. Janet is a passionate health & happiness coach. When she’s not helping others improve their health, she enjoys spending time with her husband, her four children, and six grandchildren. She also enjoys many types of outdoor recreation and trips to the beach whenever possible. In this episode, Janet […]

Anne Murphy: Fundraise Without Fear (or Feeling Awkward)

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  My guest on today’s show is Ms. Anne Murphy. Over the course of 25 years in the philanthropic sector, Anne has developed a deep understanding of the mindset of donors and fundraisers alike. She’s tackling the reluctance that many of us feel about asking for money for the causes we love. Anne helps non-profit leaders, founders, and diehard volunteers break down the stigma around fundraising to transform into the fundraisers our causes need. As the non-profit sector grapples with the most intractable problems in our world, they need funding. At the same time, donors need help making giving decisions. […]

Osaretin Agbonavbare: Sticking To Your Dream

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My amazing guest on today’s show is Mr. Osaretin David Agbonavbare.  Osas is a serial entrepreneur; he founded 2borders (a Fintech company), botsstop (an e-commerce company), thoughtsbehindthequote (psycholab), and is co-founder of boldpay (a microfinance company).  He is a published author (his books can be found on Amazon), a global speaker, a language translator, as well as an Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft certified trainer. Osas has trained thousands of Africans across 32 countries on entrepreneurship, gender equality, climate change,  and digital education.  He is a loving and caring man with a passion for learning.   He enjoys reading about Christiano Rolando […]