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Charles Butler is a Senior Fellow at The New Coalition for Economic and Social Change, based in Chicago. He has been a political operative in the Republican Party for over 25 years. Mr. Butler political mentors include the late Dr. Arthur Fletcher, "Father of Affirmative Action", Dr. Harold Cruse, author of "The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual" and Dr. Charles Wright, founder of the Detroit African American Museum; along with Judge James Del Rio of Detroit. View Guest page
Ray Ellis, raised in Canton, Ohio has been a Browns’ fan all his life – which makes sense that he would have a successful career as a Browns Strong Safety. Ellis, a four-year letterman at Ohio State, won All-Big 10 honors with five interceptions as a senior defensive co-captain. He went on to play for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1981 and in 1986 joined the Cleveland Browns. Ellis’ career stats include: 427 tackles, 14 interceptions, nine fumbles caused, six recovered fumbles, three quarterback sacks and three blocked punts. Since leaving the Browns, Ellis has been active in both business and community, most recently as Chief Operating Officer for People for People, a non-profit corporation in Philadelphia whose mission is to educate underprivileged youth and young adults. Ellis has also been active with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Special Olympics, United Way, United Negro Fund and the National Center for Missing Children. Ellis now resides in Phoenix, AZ with his wife, Darice. View Guest page
Bryce Fisher is an example of what legends are made of. He graduated from the Air Force Academy in 1999, and was drafted by the Buffalo Bills, in the 7th round the same year. Fisher delayed his NFL career for two years while he served a two year term in the Air National Guard. Each Summer Fisher would join the Bills in training camp, and then report for Active Duty. He played his first full season with the Buffalo Bills in 2001. After each succeeding season, Fisher would join his unit during the off season to complete his reserve obligation, and two week active duty. Fisher was part of the NFL for 9 years, in which he spent 2001 with The Buffalo Bills, 2002-2004 with The St. Louis Rams, 2005-2006 with The Seattle Seahawks, and 2007 with The Tennessee Titans. Fisher was pinned Captain, while in the Air Force, and will be pinned Major in June, 2010. He is currently a member of the 182 Airlift Wing in Peoria, Illinois. Fisher retired from The NFL in 2009, and is now attending graduate school at The University of Chicago, where he is pursuing his MBA. He has the undying support of his family, his wife and three children, his friends, and his teammates. View Guest page
George Foster is a native of Macon, Georgia. There, he was a graduate of Southeast High School. Although he had always had a great love for sports, it was at Southeast where he began to blossom into the athlete that he is today.He was a member of the Football, Basketball, and Track team during his 4 years at Southeast. His other passion is taking care of the less fortunate or disabled. During his time at Southeast he was able to assist in helping the physically challenged as well as participating as a coach/chaperone for the Special Olympics for the first time. At the conclusion of his senior football season, he signed a full scholarship to the University of Georgia. In addition to an education and a successful football career at Georgia, he also forged relationships that he still maintains until this day. Upon completion of the 2002 NCAA football season, George was selected #20 overall by the Denver Broncos. While in Denver he became more involved with the Special Olympics, Denver Children's Home and various other causes, supported by teammates and eventually his wife Chanita. In 2007, George became a part of the Detroit lions. In Detroit, he and his wife continued to be a fixture in the community, whether it was through the Boys and Girls club, or helping individual kids or families. At the present time, George, teamed up with his wife are focused on helping the people of Swaziland. a small country nestled in the northeast corner of South Africa. It is his prayer that through they're help, the unbelievable trends of the worlds highest HIV/AIDS percentage and extreme poverty will take a turn for the better. View Guest page
Tyrone Keys is from Jackson, Mississippi where he was named High School All-American and voted defensive MVP of the year in the state of Mississippi in 1977. His high school team also won the state championship in 1976. Keys chose to attend Mississippi State University where his determination to make a significant impact for this university catapulted him into making 26 career sacks (second highest in the school’s history) and being selected All-Southeastern Conference (All SEC) three consecutive seasons, 1977-1980. After graduating from Mississippi State in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education, Tyrone began his 9-year professional football career. Tyrone was the 5th Round (113th player) draft pick, defensive end, for the 1981 New York Jets. However, he decided to start his career with two seasons in the Canadian Football League’s British Columbia (BC) Lions. In 1983, Keys returned to the National Football League (NFL) to launch a successful seven-year career. He signed with the Chicago Bears as a defensive end where he remained through the 1985 Super Bowl XX Championship year. Tyrone was the keyboardist in the Super Bowl Shuffle video which was nominated for a GRAMMY Award and sold over a million copies. His next stop was the Pre-Super Bowl Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1986-1987. Keys retired from the NFL after a career ending injury with the Pre-Super Bowl San Diego Chargers in 1989. Keys founded “All Sports Community Service, Inc” in 1993 as a non-profit mentoring and scholarship organization dedicated to helping challenged youth in Tampa, Florida achieve their dream of attending college. Keys taught his students the idea that the skills from the playing field could be parlayed onto the field of life. Since 1993 All Sports has assisted hundreds of students obtain over $20 million in support of their college education from all over this country and in England as well. All Sports students are mentored through a combination of academics, community service, and sports. Great emphasis is placed on returning to the community to assist the next generation. All Sports is now seeing the Full Circle Participation in action with its students returning to invest time, energy, and scholarship funds into the program and the community. Confirmation of the words that he had once heard from his mentor about sowing was now evident. Tyrone was one of seventy five former athletes to receive the Stories of Character Award, which commemorated the 75th Anniversary of the Southeastern Conference on January 26, 2008. He was also awarded an NFL Charities Grant from Roger Goodell January 21, 2010. Tyrone Keys’ life work encourages Academics, Community Service, Sports, and Significance as he shares these words from his grandmother, Ms Ruth Anna Jordan, with the next generation: “Once a task begun, never leave it until it is done. Be the labor great or small, do it well or not at all.” View Guest page
Drafted by the New York Giants in 1977 he played both wide receiver and fullback. After a year in Denver (1980) he concluded his 12-year career with the Chicago Bears as their starting tight end for 8 consecutive years in 1988. This long and highly successful athletic career included the Chicago Bear’s World Championship in Super Bowl XX. Emery was inducted into the Chicago land Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. Emery finished his career as the second leading receiver for tight ends in Chicago Bears history behind Hall of Fame tight end Mike Ditka. Leading the Bears in receiving in 1982, grabbing the NFC’s longest pass in 1986 (86 yards), and making 8 receptions for 114 yards in 1985 against the Tampa Bay Bucs for a career best day highlights his career. View Guest page
Lisa Nichols is a best-selling author, a popular public speaker, a powerful coach, and a charismatic teacher! She has reached millions, both nationally and internationally with her powerful message of empowerment, service, excellence & gratitude. Her participation in the self-development phenomenon, The Secret, catapulted her popularity across the globe. Lisa has appeared on the “Oprah Winfrey Show,” “Extra,” “Larry King Live” and on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning show, “Starting Over.” In addition, Lisa is the founder of Motivating the Masses and CEO of Motivating the Teen Spirit, LLC. Her transformational workshops have impacted the lives of over 210 thousand teens and over 1 million adults. Her new book, No Matter What! Hit 6 bestsellers list, including the New York Times list. She has been coined “The Break through Specialist” by her peers in the industry.) Lisa is a dynamic speaker with an extraordinary story and a tremendous ability to touch people’s hearts and souls. She is a master at accomplishing unfathomable goals and teaching others to do the same. Lisa Nichols has transformed her life from struggling single mom to a motivational millionaire entrepreneur, and she has dedicated her life to teaching others how to do the same. View Guest page
Not far from Oprah’s famed Harpo studies is this beautiful west loop Aveda Concept Salon, 900 West Jackson is the exact address. Opened October 2008, this has become “The Place” for intimate fashions shows. All the stations are movable making great use of the 3,000 square feet of space at night. The built in bar, high tech sound system, large flat screen and bi-level spa make it the hot new choice for innovative events. The diverse cliental is sprinkled with colorful professional woman, Elite Agency Models revamping their looks, students, moms, wives and busy woman getting their hair done as they work on lap tops with the Salon’s free internet. The “Diva Carpet Treatment” is what Kim Shackelford owner of Asili Chi strives to give every customer. How did she come to create such a refreshing atmosphere? Asili means “ New Beginnings” in Swahili and Chi is her late Mom’s name. Both of Kim’s parents were murdered in a robbery in Champaign, IL. After taking off a year Kim said “I decided to follow a passion in my heart. It’s Beauty, Fashion, Art, Music.” The salon was her therapy as a 15 month long murder investigation climaxed into three emotionally exhausting trials (lasting two years) In Feb 2010, the last suspect was sentenced to life in prison. Now is the time for new beginnings for everyone. With great pride Kim sighs and says “Asili Chi reminds me of the work ethic, community service and love that my parents always stood for. That love is what I give to every customer every day. I know I have an impact on shaping the lives of the 27 staff members handpicked to deliver my Diva Experience. What I love most is seeing my staff leave work at the end of the day satisfied that the job (of shaping lives) was done. View Guest page
Emmy-award winning sportscaster Gil Tyree is the weekday sports anchor for CBS Atlanta. Gil’s sports broadcasting experience includes the NCAA Final Four, Super Bowl XXX, Olympic features, NASCAR, College Football National Championship games, Major League Baseball (including World Championships), professional football, basketball and hockey, women’s sports, college and high school sports and much more. Gil’s depth and experience not only includes television broadcasting, but radio involvement as well. He hosted a popular sports radio talk program, in affiliation with the Arizona Cardinals; has appeared as a frequent guest and panelist for numerous sports and radio shows to discuss and analyze topics ranging from sports to politics to social issues; and as a popular pre-game host for professional football. View Guest page
His eight years with the Cowboys is filled with accolades and accomplishments. In his rookie year, he broke the single season record with 11 interceptions. He was named to the Pro Bowl team in 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1985. In 1981, 1982 and 1985 he led the NFL in interceptions. In 1986, he was the youngest player named to the Cowboys 25th Year Anniversary Team, and in 1987 he was named Cowboy’s Man of the Year. In 1990, Walls continued his career with the New York Giants, where he was the leading pass defender with six interceptions on the Giants’ Super Bowl Team. In 1992, he signed and started with the Cleveland Browns. After retiring from football in 1993, Walls was named to the All Time Cowboy’s Team. He was appointed to the NFL’s All Decade Team for the 1980’s, and in 1998, he was elected to the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. View Guest page
Wilson was selected in the first round of the 1980 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, and went on to a nine year career in the NFL. As a starting outside linebacker for the Bears, Wilson played on one of the most dominating defenses in football history as part of the linebacking trio with Mike Singletary and Wilber Marshall. This defense helped the Bears to win Super Bowl XX. That same year, he also made the only Pro Bowl selection of his career. He was a featured soloist of the "Shuffling Crew" in the video The Super Bowl Shuffle in 1985.Wilson played with the Bears until 1987. Injuries kept him from playing in the 1988 season. In 1989, he signed with the Los Angeles Raiders, but played only one game in the season and retired soon afterwards. He finished his 9-season career with 36 sacks, 8 fumble recoveries, 31 fumble return yards 10 interceptions, 115 return yards, and 2 touchdowns in 110 games. View Guest page
Double Time with Double D
October 7, 2010
Hosted by Dave Duerson
Double Time with Double D
Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel
“Success Ends Where Satisfaction Begins, So NEVER BE SATISFIED!”
The show will focus upon the NFL and the game, but will dig deeper into what happens in the locker room, in the mind of the player, when they are away from the field, and after the game ends…what’s next? This will not be football 101!
We’ll do in-depth interviews with current players and past greats, and “where are they now” segments, focus upon discussions on “the hot topics” within “the game” at the moment, and we’ll take your live questions. We will not shy away from the tough questions!
We’ll also focus upon positive messages to kids and parents to never be satisfied!
Dave Duerson passed away February 17, 2011. His archives will remain on the VoiceAmerica Sports Channel.
Dave Duerson is CEO of DD Favor, a management consulting firm specializing in implementing new business and turnaround strategies for manufacturing operations. Prior to DD Favor, he was CEO of Duerson Foods, a meat production facility located in Wisconsin.
His first business venture was Fair Oaks Farms, which provided breakfast sausages to 1/3 of McDonald’s franchisees worldwide. 2002 revenues exceeded $63.5M. Duerson Foods went from a startup to $22.5M in 6 years.
David spent 11 seasons in The NFL, 7 with the Chicago Bears, winning Super Bowl XX. 1 in New York with the Giants, winning Super Bowl XXV, and 3 with the Phoenix Cardinals. He was voted All-Pro 4 times, 1986-1989 & named to 5 consecutive Pro Bowls; voted the 1987 NFL Man of the Year; and awarded the 1988 NFLPA Humanitarian of the Year. He is in the Indiana and Chicago Sports Hall of Fames, and has been nominated for inclusion into the NFL Hall of Fame.
David is the recipient of numerous distinguished honors. He received The Indiana Sagamore of the Wabash, and The Kentucky Colonel, the highest civilian honor in both states. He currently serves on the NFL Player Benefits Board of Trustees.
David is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a BA in economics, and was a two-time Football All-American, Captain, MVP and Man of the Year. He also graduated Hamburger University of the McDonald's Corporation, and the Harvard Business School Owner/President Management Program (OPM).