Podcast: Stories from a Vagabond Entrepreneur with Royce Gomez

Royce Gomez has launched 10 businesses over the last two decades and coaches women business owners around the world. She is the best-selling co-author of Discover Your Destiny, Live Your Dreams, Love Your Life, and author of 7 Beautiful Weeks and The Spontaneous Journey and she shares with us a glimpse into the spontaneous mind of a serial entrepreneur. This show aired live on WPRK 91.5fm on Wednesday, April 13th, 2016.

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About OUR GUEST

Royce Gomez is an inspiration to women and has coached women through adversity to victory in various areas of their personal and professional life. She has worked with small groups of women and spoken on stages in FL and CO including eWomen Network.

Royce has launched 10 businesses over the last two decades. This has allowed her the personal freedom to balance work and raising her children. She finds time to give back and mentor young entrepreneurs and MBA students. She has coached at several Startup Weekends and judged pitch competitions for Rollins College.

Royce currently divides her time between Orlando, FL and Colorado. She coaches women business owners around the world via Skype. She is the best-selling co-author of Discover Your Destiny, Live Your Dreams, Love Your Life, and author of 7 Beautiful Weeks and The Spontaneous Journey. Royce also contributes regularly to The Charity Magazine and writes the Community Impact blog, in addition to being published on the Huffington Post, Rollins College Edyth Bush Institute, and SelfGrowth.com

 

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Podcast: Bringing Love Back into Business with Suzanne Herrmann

“It’s about bringing love back into the business,” says Conscious Investment Banker Suzanne Herrmann. Sounds like an oxymoron, but our guest calls in old school. This show aired live on WPRK 91.5fm on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016.

Listen to the podcast here (I was late, so conversation starts at the 17 minute mark):

About OUR GUEST

SuzanneHermannSuzanne Herrmann is a registered representative licensed with the Security and Exchange Commission providing investment banking services to the middle markets. She also has her own consulting business providing business development in all categories. Her specialty is analyzing companies and completing a true valuation. Along with this she prepares your company for investors.
Her passion is coaching WBE. Showing women the benefits of being a WBE and helping them deliver their products and services to the market. She enjoys working with conscious businesses that live in harmony with the planet and all human souls.  SJH Synergy is the parent company that provides services for nutritional, spiritual and financial balance.

 

Podcast: Fight for $15 Update and Discussion of Cultural Appropriation

Every once in awhile our host Julie Wilder flies solo & delivers some 411 on things weighing heavy on her mind. Today was one such day. At the beginning, she answers a listeners question about why the fight for $15 is so important. She thens turns her attention to a matter of social justice, explaining what cultural appropriation is. This show aired live on WPRK 91.5fm on Wednesday, April 6, 2016.

Listen to the podcast here (conversation starts at the six minute mark):

About OUR GUEST

dear-nice-peopleDear Nice People is a place that our host, Julie Wilder, has just created to share her insights on Social Justice matters from the perspective of a social entrepreneur, single mother and active member of our community. She curates content from around the web on Dear Nice People’s Facebook Page to educate and inspire those of us interested in not being an accidental asshole.

 

Podcast: The Rise of Poca’s Hottest with Wendy Davis

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What happens local music meets local Chef Wendy Davis? A hot sauce company is born to support the artists. Here is the haphazard decade long journey from backyard party sauce to the aisles of Winn Dixie with Poca’s Hottest founder and one of the musicians she features: Kaleigh Baker, who serenaded us right behind her own personal marinade.  This show aired live on WPRK 91.5fm on Wednesday, March 30, 2016.

Listen to the podcast here (conversation starts at the six minute mark):

About OUR GUEST

Poca’s Hottest’s is a homegrown local food company that creates custom sauces inspired by local bands & artists, using the freshest, locally grown ingredients. Wendy Davis started the company over a decade ago from her backyard and can now be found at area restaurants on in grocery aisles. Poca’s Hottest sauces are all natural and never use any artificial preservatives. The overall objectives of the organization are to give the bands and artists that inspire them a unique merchandise item and a valuable marketing tool and to help provide children with the materials they need to help them learn through music.

 

Podcast: Frontline report of Refugee Crisis in Greece with Kelly Milligan

We are witnessing a global refugee crisis unfold before our eyes and when we look to our own country, racism and fascism are on the rise.   Kelly Milligan of Sisters in Health,  spoke to us just before she left for Greece last year (listen to that podcast here) and has returned to the states to tell the tale from a front line account of the refugee rescue operation on the shores of Greece. This show aired live on WPRK 91.5fm on Wednesday, March 23, 2016.

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About OUR GUEST

 

milliganKelly Milligan is a Midwife and Naturopath & the Executive Director of Sisters in Health. In the process of attaining her ND with a specialty in women’s and community health, Kelly specializes in low resource women’s health care and disaster relief. Providing care on the front lines is her passion.

In addition to continuous education in Biology, Psychology, Global Women’s Health, Alternative Medicine and Disaster Relief, Kelly has also lived and worked around the world learning about women from their own communities and is currently writing a book about her adventures traveling the world, the world of women around the globe, and providing health care for women and families and chronicles her life in the field on her blog.

In 2014, while responding to the devastation that was left from Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines, Sisters In Health came to her as she sat in the birth tent with her sisters from around the globe & from there her non-profit organization, Sisters In Health, was born to serve all sisters of the globe on the premise that we all deserve to live our lives healthy, well and empowered. The Sisters in Health mission is to bring humanized health care, peace, and love to the women that have given up everything in order to survive.