Kevin Morris, Entertainment Lawyer and author of White Man’s Problems
June 24, 2014
Hosted by Kimberly Stewart
How does a lawyer starting out in Hollywood make it? The answer: with a few friends in just as broke of a place. The bond of helping others out when times are tough paid off when those pro bono clients hit it big. Matthew McConaughey and the South Park creators – Matt Stone and Trey Parker - were not always household names. Kevin Morris wanted to get entertainment law experience and help out a couple of guys in need. Now all of them are doing well and continuing to grow, stretch, and reach for the stars. Kevin Morris joins Kimberly Stewart to talk about his latest adventure and literary debut with White Man’s Problems. Tune into Stepping Stones to Everyday Success on Tuesday June 24 at 6PM ET and 3PM PT to hear how Kevin Morris started broke and rose to his success as Entertainment Lawyer and now Author.
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Kimberly Stewart founded Stepping Stone Consulting, LLC with the vision to apply her twenty plus years of information technology program management to small businesses and organizations helping them implement successful projects and sustain effective business processes. Ms. Stewart has worked with and for non-profits, private industry, and the Federal Government experiencing and navigating through a spectrum of organizational processes, politics, and hierarchy. Today, Ms. Stewart works directly with her Federal government and small business clients’ program managers to support them in their program executions. She has successfully implemented multi-million dollar IT systems that have been integral to the organizations’ supply chains, set-up program management offices that were key to receiving national award recognition, and consulted with small businesses and their program managers. The key tenets to Stepping Stone Consulting’s business philosophy are partnership, knowledge sharing, collaboration, and creative problem solving. Ms. Stewart is a member of the Program Management Institute, U.S. Women Chamber of Commerce, and National Association of Professional Women. In addition, Kimberly is an active community advocate being on the Associate Board of Directors for Wolf Trap Foundation, an avid supporter of Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and a Girl Scout Troop Leader.