Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Maryanne Davis, the Vice President and COO of the Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation, about the their expansion services. Also discussed is the Believe in Tomorrow Respite Housing Program.
Yolanda Vazquez talks with Robert Laybourn, President of Arlington Sports They discuss “ The Armed Forces Cycling Classic” that will take place June 9th and 10th in Arlington VA. For more information on the "The Armed Forces Cycling Classic", visit their website.
Yolanda Vazquez talks with Sarah Rogers, Executive Director for Heritage Montgomery. They discuss Heritage Days that will take place June 23rd & 24th countywide. For more information on Heritage Days and Heritage Montgomery, visit their website.
Yolanda Vazquez talks with Emily Wang Murphy, Co-Chair of Lawyers Have Heart. They discuss the 28th Annual Lawyers Have Heart 10K Race, 5k Run & Walk that will take place Saturday, June 9th at the Washington Habour at Georgetown , Washington DC. For more information 28th Annual Lawyers Have Heart 10K Race, 5k Run & Walk, visit their website.
Yolanda Vazquez talks with Mary-Claire Burick, President of the Rosslyn Business Improvement District. They discuss the organization and their mission to the community. For more information on the Rosslyn Business Improvement District, visit their website.
Yolanda Vazquez talks with Bruce Yamashita about his battle against institutional racial discrimination. Yamashita discusses the challenges and struggles of his journey and what he learned from his experience.
Yolanda Vazquez talks Daniel Wolk, Coordinator External Communications & Community Relations for Giant. They discuss the Giant National Capital Barbecue Battle that will take place Saturday, June 23rd and Sunday June 24th on Pennsylvania Avenue NW ( Between 3rd & 7th). For more information on the Giant National Capital Barbecue Battle, visit their website.
The mission of health profession education at Grand Valley State University is to prepare exceptional professionals who will impact the health and well-being of the larger community. The college offers a variety of programs that are appealing to anyone interested in the health professions. The College of Health Professions includes nine academic programs -- one which is a clinical doctorate program (Physical Therapy); four of which are entry-level masters degrees (Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Public Health, Speech Language Pathology); and four which are at the baccalaureate level (Allied Health Sciences, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Radiologic & Imaging Sciences and Therapeutic Recreation).
Dean Roy Olsson of the College of Health Professions at Grand Valley State University joins host Laurel Hess to talk about the expansion of the College.
Interview recorded September 21st, 2017.
Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Jackie Dilworth, Communications & Advocacy Manager for The Family Tree, an organization devoted to "raising families up." They prevent child abuse, neglect and help to connect with caring communities.
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Recorded on: 09/12/17.
Elena Russo talks with Laraine Buck, Deputy Director for the Wicomico Department of Emergency Services. They discuss general preparedness during and emergency and the need for having a NOAA Weather Radio. For more information the Wicomico Department of Emergency Services. Visit their website.
Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Maryland State Delegate from District 14, Eric Luedtke. They discuss the 2018 Legislative Session and how it’s going. They also discuss Automatic Voter Registration. For more information on Delegate Ben Kramer, visit the General Assembly of Maryland website.
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