Cornell William Brooks, President and CEO of the NAACP, talks about the NAACP Convention in Philadelphia and the organization’s views on a number of recent events including the riots in Baltimore, the church massacre in South […]
Dr. James Hubbard, “The Survival Doctor” talks about how to survive summer storms and the importance of learning life saving first aid skills.
Motivational speaker and marketing entrepreneur Lisa Bien talking giving tips about how to bounce back and her books “Life Happens: Bounce Back!” and “Divorce Happens: Bounce Back!”
Sarah Hackley, blogger and author of “Finding Happiness with Migraines: A Do It Yourself Guide” and Denise Kovalevich, PR Professional telling her story for the first time publicly about suffering with migraines and how they […]
David Schultheis, president of The Pathway School in Jeffersonville, Montgomery County talking about their unique programs for special needs kids including career education, drama and science…
Brad speaks to Mike Dieffenbach, producer “Sons of Ben” The Movie which depicts the journey of Philadelphia’s soccer fans to bring the Union to town, and Patricia DeMiranda, founder of Chester City United, a youth soccer […]
Brad speaks to Ira Mazer, Delaware Valley Stroke Council, talking about the organization and their Strides for Stroke run/walk designed to raise money for their programs and educational opportunities.
Brad speaks to Rob Kutzik, executive director of the non profit College Settlement Camp in Horsham which provides opportunities for children to go to summer camp who otherwise would not be able to afford to go.
Brad speaks to Don Brown and Tim Fielder, mentors at SCORE Bucks County, a small business counseling service that is a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Brad speaks to Mary Seton Corboy, founder Greensgrow, providing an update on urban farming in Philadelphia and their many programs at their Kensington and West Philadelphia locations.