I would like for you to meet Razorback Cheerleader Patience Beard. She is a junior at the University of Arkansas and is on the Cheer squad. She has some great insight on image, cheering and why we all just need to accept “ourselves” for who we are!View Video on YouTube
Shawn Edmonds picked up the trumpet in 7th Grade and found his passion. Listen to this amazing journey of lesson learned that now has him playing on the worlds biggest stage, “Broadway”.View Video on YouTube
Derek Parra, who was one of 8 Olympians to carry the 9-11 World Trade Center Flag into the Olympic Games, is an American of Mexican Native American decent inline skater and speed skater from San Bernardino, Ca, who graduated from Eisenhower High School in Rialto, California, in 1988. Parra won two medals at the 2002 Winter Olympics, held in Salt Lake City, Utah.
I caught up with him at the Finding Leaders Among Minorities (FLAME) Conference in Colorado Springs, CO and chatted with him about switching sports from inline to ice speed skating as well as what his emotions were when he carried the flag into the Olympic Stadium in Salt Lake City.View Video on YouTube
So, honored to interview Vernice “Fly Girl” Armour. She truly inspires us to face and overcome the transitions in our life!View Video on YouTube
Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf (HEARD).
Meet a fierce and fearless leaders who took on an issue that no one (NO ONE) takes on, advocating against the injustices that people who are deaf and hard of hearing face in the criminal justice system.View Video on YouTube
Amos Otis founded SoBran Incorporated in 1987 after a distinguished 20 when your career as an Air Force officer. He has led SoBran from a lean start up in the basement of his Fairfax County Virginia home to a $61 million company with a diverse bio science, engineering, logistics, and risk management expertise. Mr. Amos has been recognized for his management and entrepreneurial skills as well as his civic leadership.View Video on YouTube