|By Marketwired .||
|January 21, 2013 07:52 PM EST||
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - January 21, 2013) - This week, tune in to hear our guests share their expertise on such varied topics as music production, digital storytime, real estate, astrology, disability advocacy and the empowerment of women. Dates and show times are as follows:
Monday, January 21
Paula Webster-Grant from 6:00pm PST - 6:30pm PST
Leslie Dicken from 6:30pm PST - 7:00pm PST.
Tuesday, January 22
Bonnie Prebula from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST.
Wednesday, January 23
Evelyn Stypula from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST.
Thursday, January 24
Vonni Widdis from 6:00pm PST - 6:30pm PST
Tribute to Dr. Steven Vladem from 6:30pm PST
Friday, January 25
Kimberly Berg from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST.
All shows can be listened to through this link - http://crntalk.com/crn2
Paula Webster-Grant, founder and CEO of Phillybass'd Records, Inc.,Transforms Talent into Stardom
Paula Webster-Grant has a keen eye for talent. Her company, Phillybass'd Records, promotes and produces music, while offering services in brand management, creative service, distribution, public relations, marketing, media, publishing, and intellectual property. With offices in Philadelphia, New York and Los Angeles, Phillybass'd Records attracts a wide spectrum of creative talent and caters to the unique spirit that often accompanies such talent. The company is credited with launching the careers of several music icons, including Ron Tyson of the Temptations and songwriter Bruce Hawes, who had such hits as Sadie and Games People Play.
Ms. Webster-Grant also works to encourage creative environments where talent can grow. She is the co-chairman of the Board of Directors for the Whistling Wind Child Foundation, a non-profit art, literary and performing arts organization that provides educational workshops for songwriters, producers, literary writers and performers who are embarking on their journey in the entertainment industry.
Ms. Webster-Grant was honored with the Entrepreneur Award in 2000. She is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Management Association, the National Association of Professional Women, the National Association for Female Executives, and the Historical Honor Society.
Are you ready to launch your career? Get started today! Call Paula Webster-Grant today at 267-886-9014 or visit http://www.phillybassdrecords.com/
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Realtor and Author Leslie Dicken Makes Homebuyers and Readers Alike 'Happily Ever After'
Not only can Leslie Dicken place you in the perfect home, she can offer you a perfect book to curl up to once you move in! As a Realtor and Buyer Specialist for RE/MAX, Ms. Dicken is dedicated to serving her clients' needs, including negotiating the best price and providing support through every step of the journey to home ownership. Ms. Dicken also embraces themes of happiness in her fiction, which draws the reader into adventures of the heart, tales of the past and legends of the mystical. Her gripping novels unleash our deepest desires and set us forth on unexpected paths. Prepare to smile! Leslie Dicken's professionalism and creative wit wouldn't have it any other way!
Ms. Dicken's published works include romance novels, short stories and fiction, with titles such as "The Lady's Bargain," "Improper Nights," "Taboo," "Beauty Tempts the Beast," "The Iron Heart" and "A Tarnished Heart." Her creative talents also extend to beaded and wire work jewelry making, and she fashions classic and artistic designs into earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings.
To contact Leslie Dicken, please contact her by phone at 301-646-5512 or by email at [email protected]
For book or jewelry purchases, please visit: http://lesliedicken.com/
Astrological Consultant Bonnie Prebula Maps Potential for Individual Strengths and Business Compatibilities
Need guidance? International astrologer and artist Bonnie Prebula reveals her clients' strengths, warns them of their weaknesses and helps them achieve their fullest potential! Ms. Prebula provides astrological consultation for both individuals and businesses, granting her clients clarity and offering them guidance in forming compatible relationships. Working with an individual's natal birth date, time and place, (or launching date for a business), Ms. Prebula makes her clients aware of their inborn characteristics and how these characteristics interact with natal planets.
Ms. Prebula also conducts public speaking engagements to educate aspiring astrologers on the current advancements in astrology and on putting their knowledge into practice. As astrology evolves alongside advancements in human consciousness, so too do Ms. Prebula's teachings on "Science of Mind" healing techniques. Her skilled readings are as fascinating as they are accurate, and guide clients toward a greater awareness of themselves and others.
Ms. Prebula is also a gifted artist and sells her art at her Holiday Gift Gallery and Studio in Honolulu, Hawaii. Bridging her talents as an astrologer, she has recently launched a line of Astro Bears, which are specially created in the colors of an individual's astrology chart. Astro key chains and Astro pendants are also available and made according to the colors and gems of the birth chart. In addition to Astro Bears, Ms. Prebula also creates beautiful necklaces made of crystal beads and woven thread. She recently traveled to Italy to study leather mask making and figurative art costuming. Her training has allowed her to experiment with soft sculpture and to bring the creatures she dreams up to life.
A pharmacist and practicing international astrologer for 34 years, Ms. Prebula is the former owner of a chain of pharmacies on the Hawaiian Islands and holds the distinction of having been the first woman to do so in Hawaiian history.
Bonnie Prebula is available for astrological consultation at most any venue across the globe -- or through her interactive website at: http://astrologyconsultantservice.com/
For art inquiries, or to learn more about Bonnie Prebula, please visit http://bonniegprebula.com/
To contact Bonnie Prebula, please call 808-526-1536 or email her at [email protected]
Evelyn Stypula Raises a Beacon of Hope for People with Disabilities
Disabled? Well, you've got a friend in Pennsylvania! Evelyn Stypula, M.Ed., President of Big Heart Bridges, has been advocating tirelessly for people with disabilities across the state of Pennsylvania for over 50 years. Her advocacy includes actively campaigning for legislation and supporting civil liberties that meet the needs of disabled individuals, especially with regard to housing, transportation and employment. With Evelyn Stypula by your side, your rights are preserved and your needs are met! After all, that's what friends are for.
Ms. Stypula has joined forces with several esteemed organizations that advocate for people with disabilities. She serves on the board of United Cerebral Palsy of Pittsburgh and the Governor's Cabinet and Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities, and acts as a consultant for the Pennsylvania Government's Conference for Women. Ms.Stypula holds a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary and Special Education from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Education degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Pittsburgh. Her efforts have led to the implementation of an ACCESS Para-Transit System for Allegheny County, which provides transportation for disabled individuals.
As the founder of Big Heart Bridges, Evelyn Stypula strives daily to serve the interests and to protect the freedoms of disabled individuals. To learn more about her efforts, please email her at [email protected] or call 412-491-2605.
Personal Stories Take Flight with Nextep Consulting
Give your story wings! Nextep Consulting provides a creative outlet to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives. Using Digital Storytime, a short-form of digital filmmaking that allows ordinary people to connect in extraordinary ways, Nextep Consulting celebrates the lives of people from every background and belief through the use of emotionally engaging, economically sensitive and interactive tools.
Nextep Consulting has revitalized the ancient art of storytelling -- with a modern twist! Using state-of-the-art media and digital technologies, Nextep Consulting takes personal stories and transforms them into creative and emotionally relevant records of human history to be shared over the internet through various electronic distribution systems. Nextep Consulting's unique approach to storytelling combines personal narrative, music and imagery to engage the senses and maximize each video's appeal to potential viewers. Simply tell us your story, and leave the rest to us!
Vonni Widdis, president of Nextep Consulting, says it best! She believes that the most exciting part of digital storytelling is in "finding the passion that drives accomplishment, no matter what that accomplishment may be." With a background in board governance, government service, business and customer service, Ms. Widdis is committed to documenting the voice of the customer. Whatever your passion may be, whether documenting a legacy, capturing a special moment or launching a company, Ms. Widdis and her creative team will help you find it.
Share your passion. Reveal your vision. Discover your strength. Contact Nextep Consulting today.
For inquiries, please visit http://nextep.biz/company/
Vonni Widdis may be contacted at [email protected]
Tribute to Dr. Steven Vladem:
Organ Transplant Pioneer Dr. Steven Vladem Honored on Genesis Global Radio
Genesis Global Radio will pay tribute to Dr. Steven Vladem for his devoted efforts in promoting global transplant awareness. A motivational speaker, executive producer and self-help author, Dr. Vladem died tragically this past September in a pedestrian accident. Though his passing was untimely, his legacy lives on. Dr. Vladem turned a devastating childhood illness into a lifelong quest to make transplant surgery available to all those who need it. His dream has been realized through the Dr. Steven Vladem Memorial Fund, dedicated to the support of transplant research and advocacy and the continued empowerment of disabled individuals worldwide.
After a severe allergic reaction damaged his eye, Dr. Vladem became a two-time cornea transplant recipient, an experience which awakened him to the limitations in transplant availability and the struggles faced by those who need them. His vision of bringing transplant awareness to the forefront of patient advocacy developed into a global motivational speaking campaign and led to the production of several documentary films. In recognition of his efforts, he has been honored with countless awards from prestigious organizations which include the Albert Schweitzer Institute, the London Diplomatic Academy and the International World Order of Science Education and Culture.
At the time of his death, Dr. Vladem was actively promoting the release of the film Perogi Blues, which he produced along with documentary filmmaker Phil Ranstrom.
In a heart-warming reflection on Dr. Vladem, Christine Larkin, Executive Producer of Genesis Global Media stated, "I had a brief professional relationship with Dr. Vladem and had the privilege of interviewing him on the radio several times. I am deeply saddened by his sudden and untimely passing. In spite of his many challenges, he remained enthusiastic and excited about the projects he was working on, and his main mission was always to help others. He left a legacy, and I will always remember him."
Please support transplant research and advocacy. Donations may be mailed to:
547 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 600
Chicago, IL. 60661
Attn. Dr. Steven A. Vladem Memorial Fund
Artist Rejects Patriarchal Society and Empowers Women to Forge New Pathway
Kimberly Berg has awakened the ancient goddess! A male feminist artist, Berg's work challenges the patriarchal system that has evolved to dominate our world by exposing it as a system that is not only unworkable and unsustainable, but also unjust. Guided by the prehistoric record, which shows evidence that pre-patriarchal Neolithic societies respected and honored their women, Berg believes that we are approaching the tipping point of patriarchal dominance as women gain the confidence to reclaim their inherent birthright. And just to be sure a feminist transformation is underway, Berg has heaved the final stones necessary to tip the scale by launching a campaign to educate the public on the history of women's culture and the factors that led to its unfortunate subjugation.
Berg has recently unveiled The Legacy of the Goddess, a power point presentation which outlines the forgotten pre-history of women's culture and highlights the revered role of woman in Neolithic societies. By bringing his message to classrooms and community centers across the country, Berg hopes to restore the female voice so that she may dance once again into the wind.
Kimberly Berg holds a Bachelor of Science in History from the University of Wisconsin, with a concentration in Ancient History. He lives a self-sustaining life of voluntary simplicity in a Thoreau-like cabin, surrounded by the trees and wildlife of the Adirondack Mountains. Without electricity and with only a wood burning stove for heat in this sometimes harsh climate, Berg has forged an essential pact with nature and has learned to respect and appreciate the elements of his lifestyle that have become extinct in modern society. His interest in women's advocacy was sparked by a book written by Layne Redmond entitled When Drummers Were Women, which opened his eyes to the historical decline in women's stature and the urgent necessity that both genders work together to restore equality for the greater good of humanity.
Join Kimberly Berg in his quest to awaken the ancient goddess. To learn more, please visit: http://www.isisrising.net
For speaking engagements, please contact Kimberly Berg at [email protected].
To hear artist Kimberly Berg discuss what the prehistoric record reveals about women's culture, tune in to Genesis Global Radio on the Cable Radio Network by visiting www.crntalk.com.
Genesis Global Media is an ad agency, entertainment provider and media distribution manager providing clients with the most comprehensive suite of marketing solutions. The Genesis Global Media Radio Show features prominent writers, doctors, authors, professors and other esteemed professionals.
Genesis Global Media offers Direct Response TV Commercials / Infomercials, TV Show Production / Broadcasting, Corporate Video, Video Newsletters, Video Emails, Video Press Releases, Cable TV, DR TV Media Buying, Satellite / Terrestrial Radio Advertising, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Marketing, Web Development / Design and Press Release services as part of its "Brand Ambassadorship" for small to large companies. GGM features a 10,000 sq. foot video production facility with in-house programming, communications, analytics, design and marketing departments. Professionals interested in being a guest on the Genesis Global Media Radio Show can use the contact information below or by visiting http://www.GenesisGlobalMedia.com
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