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A. Kim McCray
A native New Yorker, A. Kim McCray is the owner-operator of McCray Enterprises, a web based wellness solution. Inspired by her own desire for optimal health, Kim developed McCray Enterprises, a tool to coach and align others to reach their goals for overall health and well being. During her seminars, Kim also teaches her clients by walking them through a dynamic step-by-step customized program. Showing others how to access and maintain a lifetime of wholeness and healing is Kim's only goal. .....more»

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Appears:
2009-04-01: Take Charge of Your Health
 


 
Alexander Roderick
Alexander Roderick is a graduate of Georgia State University and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film and Video, with a minor in African-American studies. A former hip hop "VJ", he conceptualized and produced "Hanging With AR", a television show with a radio format where viewers could call in live and request video viewings. The show aired in Atlanta on Cable 24 and 12, as public access programming. He also has held a number of positions for Clear Channel Atlanta, including producer of Georgi .....more»

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Appears:
2009-01-28: BREAKING THE MALE CODE: What Are Men Really Thinking?
 


 
Christopher Preble
Christopher A. Preble, Ph.D is the director of foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute. Before joining Cato in February 2003, he taught history at St. Cloud State University and Temple University. Preble was a commissioned officer in the U.S. Navy and is a veteran of the Gulf War, having served onboard USS Ticonderoga (CG-47) from 1990 to 1993. He is the author of Exiting Iraq: Why the U.S. Must End the Military Occupation and Renew the War against Al Qaeda, which examines U.S. strategic in .....more»



Appears:
2008-11-20: What Should the President Tackle First?
 


 
Deborah Donovan Rice
Deborah Donovan Rice is Executive Director of Stop It Now! It was founded in 1992 by Fran Henry, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, who recognized that standard ideas about preventing sexual abuse of children weren't working. Stop It Now! believes that all adults must accept the responsibility to recognize, acknowledge and confront the behaviors that lead to the sexual abuse of children. We offer adults tools they can use to prevent sexual abuse - before there's a victim to heal or an offende .....more»

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Appears:
2009-01-14: Sexual Abuse: The Road Map of Pain
 


 
Emily McKay
Emily McKay is a dating coach and co-host of top-ranked podcasts X & Y On The Fly and Online Dating Profile Rating. Her friendly, engaging personality has earned her thousands of readers and listeners worldwide. Having been a single mom who eventually found the man of her dreams, her passion is encouraging, empowering and equipping women to be feminine and confident in the dating world. She and her husband (dating coach Scot McKay) met on Match.com, so Emily is particularly passionate about .....more»



Appears:
2008-12-10: Why Can't I Find A Good Man?
 


 
Michelle Hammond
As a bestselling author, speaker, singer and television co-host, Michelle has authored over 30 books (selling over one million copies worldwide), including best-selling titles The Diva Principle, Sassy, Single and Satisfied, 101 Ways to Get and Keep His Attention, and Secrets of an Irresistible Woman. A gifted vocalist, Michelle has recorded two CDís, Itís Amazing and Letís Go In and co-hosted the Emmy Award-winning television talk show Aspiring Women. .....more»



Appears:
2009-05-27: Author Michelle McKinney Hammond
 


 
Nathaniel T. Winston, Jr
Dr. Nathaniel T. Winston, Jr. was born in the mountains of East Tennessee serving as the first psychiatrist in that mountainous country. He received his training at the prestigious Vanderbilt University and has been in practice for fifty-one years. In 1961, he was credited with opening a new 150-bed psychiatric hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In 1991, he built a facility to house teenage sexual perpetrators, all of whom had been victims of childhood molestation. He has also served as Commiss .....more»



Appears:
2009-01-14: Sexual Abuse: The Road Map of Pain
 


 
Peter Woflgang
Peter has led FIC since July, 2007 and had been its director of public policy since 2004 and the chief architect of FIC's statewide defense of marriage petition drive in 2002. In that time he helped to grow FIC from a small organization representing a few hundred supporters to one of the largest statewide pro-family organizations in the Northeast. FIC now counts over 50,000 Connecticut families as supporters of its work. FIC has grown to three organizations thanks in part to his leadership: Fami .....more»



Appears:
2008-12-17: Same Sex Marriage: A Matter Of The Constitution?
 


 
Scott McKay
Scot McKay has burst onto the scene in the last couple of years or so and quickly set himself apart with a unique approach he calls "character-based". Through a combination of "deserving what you want" and decoding the opposite sex's thought process, Scot talks about how a masculine, confident man of true character and leadership skill is an authentic representation of the man the most desirable women want, obviating the need for "tricks" and "techniques". His next-generation concepts transc .....more»



Appears:
2008-12-10: Why Can't I Find A Good Man?
 


 
Scotty Reid
Scotty Reid is the Founder and CEO of the Black Talk Media Project, and a former Communications Specialist for the United States Army during the Gulf War. Troubled by the lack of media ownership by minorities in the United States, Scotty personally set out to inform others about new media available over the internet. Including information about the tools and platforms out there, the goal was to create, and distribute independent media on the world wide web. After starting a group using other so .....more»



Appears:
2008-11-20: What Should the President Tackle First?
 


 
Steve LePore
Steve LePore is the founder, Executive Director of 1in6, whose mission is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives. The number of men who have had experiences that can be defined as childhood sexual abuse is conservatively estimated at one in six. Research indicates that most men who have had such experiences don't begin to deal with the negative effects until they are in their late 30s, 40s or 50s* - a fact unacceptable to those .....more»

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Appears:
2009-01-14: Sexual Abuse: The Road Map of Pain