Posts Tagged ‘non-profit’

Ep118 Shawanda Randolph – Know Your Worth

Shawanda Randolph

MEET SHAWANDA RANDOLPH Shawanda Randolph retired from the United States Air Force after 20 years of service. God would use her keen sense of wisdom, insight, and innate leadership skills, to help guide, direct, and influence those around her, especially those in leadership and potential leadership positions. It was her discipline, worth ethic, and problem-solving…

Ep99 Torah Bontrager – An Amish Girl In Manhattan

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MEET TORAH BONTRAGER Torah Bontrager (BON-tray-grrrr), raised Amish, grew up with no electricity and cars, and speaks English as a second language. She literally escaped in the middle of the night at age 15, with only what she could carry: the clothes on her back and $170 in her pocket. She’s the author of An…

AYA037 – Surround Yourself With People Who Say YES To You With Pamela Stein Lynde

Pamela Stein Lynde

Pamela Stein Lynde is a busy person. She is a singer, composer, producer, and music educator. She began her career as a classically trained singer but as the years went on she realized that her abilities were applicable in other areas. We go into detail about the journey of her career and how she was…

AYA031 – What’s Your Why with Brooke Shaden

Brooke Shaden is a prolific artist, photographer, writer, and speaker. In addition to her work, she also runs a charity in India that helps the victims of sex trafficking make money from photography. We cover a lot of topics in our conversation and Brooke gives great advice to anyone just starting out. MEET BROOKE: Brooke…

AYA026 Creating a Music Ensemble from scratch with Celine Thackston

Celine Thackston is a self-described hybrid. A musician and art advocate that focuses on grant writing. For the modern musician, this ability to do both is not only a benefit but often required. In today’s episode Celine talks about her music journey and how she was able to carve out her own career as a…

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