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Jeanne Adams

Jeanne Adams is an award-winning suspense author, and sought-after speaker, who knows a thing or two about body disposal! Jeanne has written four books for a New York publisher and has concurrently leapt into the realm of Independent Publishing. Featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, and other publications, her third book Deadly Little Secrets and fourth book, Deadly Little Lies (Zebra, Sept. 2011) were both hailed as "One of the best Suspense Books of the Year!" by Romantic Times. Her fifth book, DEADLY CHARMS, is due out October 15th. Jeanne is also a multi-published non-fiction writer and marketing consultant with credits in magazines such as Forbes, FORTUNE, and Nature. She worked in corporate marketing for 25 years, while also working for a family funeral home and cemetery. Jeanne teaches at her local community college, consults, and speaks regularly to book and writing groups about body disposal, writing suspense which sells, marketing and other topics. Jeanne also serves on the Board of Directors of the Romance Writers of America. You can find her at www.JeanneAdams.com, www.RomanceBandits.com, on Twitter at @JeanneAdams or at www.Facebook.com/JeanneAdams8 View Guest page

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Allison Andrews

Allison Andrews started APA Business Consulting in 2005, working primarily with fashion clients in business development, sales and marketing. She’s since broadened the industries she serves, but has retained her hands-on focus and desire to be an integral part of her clients’ businesses. Allison’s extensive sales and marketing expertise and demonstrated success in organizational development have been recognized with several awards and honors. Allison created Fashion Week San Diego in 2008 to help grow the emerging fashion community in San Diego. Fashion Week San Diego happens the first week of October. She’s dedicated to assisting others, whether it’s in business or through community service. She believes fervently in empowering people and business to grow and thrive. Allison holds a bachelor of science in organizational leadership and an associate of art in merchandise marketing. View Guest page

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Jo Blackwell-Preston

Jo Blackwell-Preston is a world-renowned colorist and educator. She won an Emmy Award in 2003 for her work on a public service announcement featuring Elmo and New York City Firefighters, as part of a safety campaign for children called the “Get Low & Go” campaign. Jo was also on the premier episode of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. She travels extensively as a Senior Portfolio Color Artist for L’Oréal Professionnel. Jo is the recipient of the “Educator of the Year” Award from the International Hair Color Exchange. Jo serves on the Executive Board of the Hair Color Counsel of Intercoiffure, alongside notable colorist Gina Kahn & David Stanko. In 2009, Jo traveled to Paris and received the prestigious “Chevalier Award” and in 2011 has been nominated and won the “Personality of the Year” award from Intercoiffure America/Canada. Jo is also seated on the Board of Directors for Intercoiffure America/Canada. View Guest page

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Jennifer Borba von Stauffenberg

Jennifer launched Olive PR Solutions, Inc. three years ago with a tiny little mission to support businesses and non-profit organizations in achieving their grandest vision. She is here to make an unapologetic positive impact and has done so over 12 years promoting businesses in diverse industries. Her reputation is not only coming up with great ideas at your first meeting that culminate into full-blown marketing strategies, but also for being a dependable connector that provides support for all aspects of a business based on her extensive network of vetted connections. Jennifer specializes in developing strategic full-scale marketing and public relations plans for clients regionally and nationally to positively impact their bottom line. Her unique approach to media relations—understanding what producers, editors and writers need and persuasively telling her client’s stories—has taken virtually unknown brands to new heights by building brand recognition, credibility, and visibility. View Guest page

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Thomas Burger

International Guru of Design and Style to the rich, famous and powerful, as quoted in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Design magazines and Television, Thomas C. Burger has achieved critical and public acclaim for his unique vision. Since launching his firm in the 1980’s, he has composed a broad-spectrum award winning portfolio. His clientele include European Royalty, Sports Heroes, Chairmen of the Fortune 500, Celebrities and those who prefer anonymity. Recipient of The Congressional National Leadership Award, Congressional Business Man of the Year Award and made Honorary Chairperson to The US Business Advisory Council and Honorary Chairperson to The House Majority Trust, he is on a mission to Transform the Design and Architectural Community. Four White House Administrations honored Mr. Burger for outstanding business practices. He is committed to share ALL of his trade secrets in How To Succeed in Design to assure the success of each and every professional in his field. View Guest page

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Dr. Arlene Shrut

Dr. Arlene Shrut is the Founder and Artistic Director of New Triad for Collaborative Arts. Arlene recognized that Classical music, steeped in tradition, must renew itself to remain relevant and vital meeting the needs of contemporary audiences and changes in the performing arts. New Triad is dedicated to transforming the experience of live classical music bringing this art form into the 21st century without compromising its integrity. Arlene, faculty member of The Julliard School and Manhattan School of Music, was honored as inaugural "Coach of the Year" in 2003 by Classical Singer Magazine. She coached for 14 summers at the Aspen Opera Theater Center. She serves as official pianist for international opera competitions and galas sponsored by The Loren Zachary Society, National Wagner Association, The Gerda Lissner, Licia Albanese Puccini, Giulio Gari, Fritz and Lavinia Jensen, and Marcello Giordani Foundations. View Guest page

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Moving Forward

July 25, 2014
Hosted by Jenn Sabin

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Moving Forward

Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Business Channel

Moving Forward is a relevant, real world current resource for today’s business owner, entrepreneur and executive. There are simple core reasons why 75% of US small businesses fail in the first three years, why 70% of US women-owned businesses make less than 50K, why many mid-sized companies stagnate, and why multinational corporations are watching revenues and expansion of market share tighten. The 21st century has introduced new norms and resources that are of immense value to businesses and their bottom line. Yet, in business we require relevance, not just more information. We need the true stories of what works and what does not work. Moving Forward delivers. It provides innovation and useful information with today’s resources. You’ll discover experiences, perspectives and questions that make all the difference for growth, profitability and value.

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Jenn Sabin

I am the Founder and Managing Partner of The Growth Management Group LLC. For more than 20 years, I have been an industry leader providing premium consulting and coaching services in 39 countries.

I started out as the youngest woman to own a seat on the American Stock Exchange and expanded my firm well beyond Wall Street and the Capital Markets into an International Coaching and Consulting Boutique.

Deeply committed to the success of all my clients, I am a powerhouse at combining the philosophy and principles of coaching with the pragmatism and experience of business. Recognized by NAWBO as “Tale of Triumph”, I am an award-winning business creative, international speaker, published author, ICF Certified Coach, Adjunct Faculty at Coach U and co-starred in the Indie film ‘Keeper of the Keys.’ Over the years, I have been honored as recipient of numerous awards, including the NY Mayor’s Volunteer Services Award for my work after the 9/11 tragedy and was invited to the 21st Century Summit in Washington DC, where I and other business leaders met with the President discussing issues impacting women entrepreneurs. I sat on the Congressional organized Market 2000 Committee, Girls Inc. Advisory Board and designed the GMG International Program Series “Daring to Grow.”

A graduate of University of Pennsylvania, I did my postgraduate work in Global Business Cultures at NYU John W. Draper Program. Globetrotter, foodie, SUP and triathlete, I am moving forward.

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