Headlined Guests

Brooke Pinto
Guest Occupation: Running for DC Council in Ward 2
Guest Biography:

I am running for DC Council because I believe we deserve a leader who we can trust to serve Ward 2 with integrity and transparency.

For the last two years, I have been working on behalf of District residents as the Assistant Attorney General for Policy and Legislative Affairs for the District of Columbia.  I saw how LGBTQQIA+ victims of hate crimes were left without protection or recourse in the wake of their attacks. I learned how our small business community was being taken advantage of by out of state businesses defrauding our CBE program. And, I represented DC before the National Attorney General community to advocate for statehood, decriminalized cannabis, and data privacy legislation.

To address the needs of our community, I worked to advance workers’ rights, improve environmental justice, and expand civil rights and consumer protections through everything from data breach to hate crime legislation.

I grew up in Connecticut and I am the youngest of three siblings. I attended Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, and earned my undergraduate degree in Business & Hospitality Administration. I then went on to work at a senior living community in New York where I found myself frequently feeling frustrated on behalf of my clients as I helped them navigate through their healthcare options.  This led me to pursue a law degree at the Georgetown University Law Center.

During law school, I served as the Executive Articles Editor for the Journal on Poverty and Public Policy and volunteered at the Landlord Tenant Resource center providing advice to displaced tenants and aggravated landlords. I then advocated for seniors and advanced women’s health issues on Capitol Hill for Senator Blumenthal as his Health and Aging Fellow.

Knowing that I wanted to commit my career to public service, I joined the DC OAG, where I practiced law in our Tax and Finance group litigating cases on behalf of the DC Office of Tax and Revenue. I then moved on to work for Attorney General Racine on Policy, Legislative Affairs, and Legal matters where I was able to work on a broad array of issues plaguing our city.

I am deeply committed to serving the residents of DC and I want to ensure that Ward 2 has a representative on the Council whom they can trust — not only to operate ethically, but also to ensure the issues that matter most are addressed.

Through my experience representing DC residents, I was consistently inspired and impressed our community members’ commitment to equity and advancing justice. We have a lot to be proud of and a lot to work on. I want to be a partner in and advocate for that work.

I felt inspired to get in this race and ensure that an honest, fair, and devoted advocate is at the table. I would be honored and humbled to have your support. 

Guest Category: History, Kids & Family, Politics & Government, Variety
Janeese Lewis George
Guest Occupation: Running for DC Council in Ward 4
Guest Biography:

I grew up on 2nd Street in Ward 4’s Manor Park, the third generation of Washingtonians in my family. My mom has worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 33 years, and if you’ve been to the Brightwood Post Office, she’s still the person who helps you at the desk with a smile. My mom raised me and my two older siblings to know the importance of family, hard work, education, and public service.

Seeing both DCs

Our family had to work hard. My local DC public school, Rudolph Elementary, had leaking ceilings, books that were missing pages, and was in the middle of neighborhood violence that made studying seem like a luxury. But my mom worked to give me a better path. My grandmother was a lunch lady at Alice Deal Middle School in Friendship Heights, and together they helped me enroll as a student there.

I remember my first time riding the E2 bus across Military Road to the neighborhood where Deal is located. It was like a different world. It felt so much safer. The books at school had all their pages. There were so many more resources and opportunities. And I couldn’t help but wonder, why can’t schools be like this on our side of the park? Now, it’s twenty years later, and Ward 4’s schools still aren’t keeping pace.


Guest Category: History, Kids & Family, Politics & Government, Self Help, Variety
Jonell Mosser
Guest Occupation: Singing sensation
Guest Biography:

J O N E L L 







Thirty years ago, John Hall of Orleans met Jonell Mosser, queen of the Bluebird in Nashville. They immediately wrote a song together, a collaboration that caught fire when Johanna Hall came into the mix.  They wrote dozens of songs over the next decade. 

As a duo, John and Jonell did some memorable gigs in Woodstock. Recently, a cassette of one of those shows—an acoustic duo show at the Bearsville Theater in 1994—surfaced from a neglected drawer. A lost gem, the performances were so stellar, the songs so new they still had dew on them. Twenty-five years later, after Johanna digitized and edited it, that performance is finally released to the public as Little Black Dress.

Jonell Mosser’s first record was Around Townes, a collection of songs by Townes Van Zandt. She then came to the attention of producer Don Was (Bonnie Raitt, Waylon Jennings, Rolling Stones) who cut an album with her. He also put together the band New Maroons which performed at Farm Aid with Jonell singing in front of Benmont Tench, Mark Goldenberg, Was, and Ringo Starr. Two CDs--So Like Joy and Enough Rope--were released on Hall’s Siren Songs label, followed by Trust Yourself (Better Angels) and Fortunes Lost, Fortunes Told (Brother’s Mother’s Music).

Singing in venues large and small, touring the US and Japan with Orleans, Delbert McClinton, and other, Jonell has seen her audience grow. She’s sung studio vocals for B.B. King, Trisha Yearwood, Jesse Winchester, Etta James, Wynona, Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill, Waylon Jennings, Patty Smythe, A.J. Croce, Bruce Cockburn….

John Hall’s written songs for Janis Joplin, Bonnie Raitt, Ricky Skaggs, Steve Wariner, and James Taylor. He’s played guitar on tours and records with Little Feat, Taj Mahal, Jackson Browne, and Seals and Crofts. His music and environmental activism led him to 10 years in elective office. Now, back to music full time, he writes songs and performs solo and with Orleans. 

"Listen to Jonell Mosser just once in concert and you'll be an instant believer. She sings with all-out passion and heart. No frills. No games. Just a soulful intensity that makes you realize you're in the presence of the real thing."


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Guest Category: Arts, Entertainment, History, Music, TV & Film
Lily Fangz
Guest Occupation: Performer and activist
Guest Biography:


Lily Fangz is a passionate performer and activist blending genres of hip-hop, R&B, reggae, soul, electronic, and funk with layers of conscious content, and witty wordplay. Her show is high vibration wether solo or with her band the intention is focused on creating a feeling of community, female empowerment, relate-ability, and crowd participation.

Lily was nominated as Best Female MC in the city of Denver, has won many national poetry slams and has toured internationally inspiring in all types of environments. Most notably performing at Red Rocks Amphitheater and bringing equal energy to many festivals, community activations, private events, and motivational speaking seminars. She stands for fully engaging in the creative explorations of life, Chomping down, infecting those around with passion, perspective, and perhaps asking the questions that aren’t posed enough, repping Bless UP Chomp DOWN along the way, to remind all to bite into their gifts with hunger and gratitude.

Guest Category: Arts, Entertainment, Music, Society and Culture
Mona Green
Guest Occupation: Speaker, life coach, and artist
Guest Biography:


Mona Green is a speaker, life coach, and artist, who has worked with clients from all walks of life to help them become their best, authentic selves. Six years ago, she founded Namasme, a coaching company designed to help others self- realize and become more intentional and joyful contributors to society.

From former Olympic athletes, Hollywood entertainers, European royalty, Navajo Youth and environmental activists in Latin America, Mona has worked with people from all diverse backgrounds. As a certified Life Coach, ELI-MP, and Neuro-linguistic Programing (NLP) practitioner, she compliments her coaching practice with an open mind, sharp intuition, a no BS attitude, and a true passion for personal development.

As a speaker, she has had the opportunity to speak at the US House of Representatives, Harvard, and the US Department of State among others. She has been featured in publications from The Washington Post to Teen Vogue and was selected by the Obama Administration as a leading change maker in the fight towards gender equality.

Working at the intersection of personal development, service as activism, and art, Namasme isn’t a traditional coaching company; it was created to serve those who are ready to move on from mindlessly being in the grind and want to start living life in purpose, on purpose. For those who want to be active participants in creating a better, kinder future, not just for themselves but also their communities and the world at large.

Mona believes that personal development shouldn’t be a luxury and has designed her coaching practice accordingly – providing multiple access points to her offerings so that anyone seeking help can find a way to work with her. She’s had the blessing of calling 10 different countries home and speaks 4 languages.

Guest Category: Business, Legal, Health & Lifestyle, Kids & Family, Philosophy, Politics & Government, Self Help, Society and Culture
Ted Trimpa
Guest Occupation: CEO of Trimpa Group LLC,national political consulting, government relations, progressive public policy advocacy, political strategy
Guest Biography:

Information from Trimpa Group website: http://www.trimpagroup.com/

Ted Trimpa is the Principal and CEO of Trimpa Group LLC, a national political consulting and government relations firm that specializes in progressive public policy advocacy and political strategy.  With offices in Washington D.C. and Denver, Trimpa Group develops cutting-edge public policy strategies at the state and federal levels.  Trimpa also serves as a board member for numerous organizations, including the Democracy Alliance, ProgressNow, Third Way, Citizen Engagement Laboratory, and Tectonic Theater Project.

Trimpa is one of the country’s most sought-after advocates resulting from his deep understanding of the national and multi-state public policy, political, and nonprofit landscape.  Called “Colorado’s answer to Karl Rove” by The Atlantic, Trimpa is a nationally recognized Democratic strategist and operative.  He is considered a key architect of the political infrastructure that facilitated the Democratic Party’s resurgence in Colorado after decades of Republican dominance—a turnaround so dramatic National Review dubbed it the “Colorado miracle.” Campaigns & Elections recently named him one of the top five Democratic political players in the state. 

Read more on Ted Trimpa: http://www.trimpagroup.com/ted-trimpa/

Guest Category: News, Philosophy, Politics & Government, Society and Culture
Jimmy Hall
Guest Occupation: Lead singer and harmonica player for the Southern rock group, Wet Willie
Guest Biography:

J  I  M  M  Y

H  A  L  L


Frontman  for


W  E  T

W  I  L  L  I  E

(Keep On Smilin')


Jimmy Hall was born in Birmingham, Alabama and raised in Mobile by a musical family steeped in gospel tradition.

Jimmy Hall first gained notoriety as the lead vocalist, saxophonist, and harmonica player for the band Wet Willie, which emerged from Mobile, Alabama in 1970. His unique brand of R&B-infused rock and roll swagger propelled the group’s “Keep On Smilin’” to the Top 10 on the Billboard singles chart in 1974. After five albums with Capricorn Records, Wet Willie moved to the Epic label in 1977, carrying the singles “Street Corner Serenade” and “Weekend” to the Top 40. As a solo artist, Jimmy appeared in the Top 40 yet again with “I’m Happy That Love Has Found You” in 1980. His songs have been recorded by Gregg Allman, The Marshall Tucker Band, The Amazing Rhythm Aces, Blackberry Smoke, Johnny Russell, and others. Additionally, Jimmy has been a vocalist and bandleader for Hank Williams, Jr. since the 1980s. Jimmy is an inductee of both the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and the Alabama Music Hall of Fame. A 2017 Alabama Media Group article dubbed Jimmy “Alabama’s greatest Southern rocker." Additionally, Jimmy Hall, has toured as a vocalist with Jeff Beck's US Tour over the years. According to Jeff Beck's Website, Hall is referred to as “A Southern Boy with Lots of Soul.”




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The Band: Jimmy Hall, Rhonda Smith, Jonathan Joseph, Rosie Bones, and Carmen Vandenberg. Special guests: Jan Hammer, Billy Gibbons, Steven Tyler, and Beth Hart.

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Jimmy Hall discography

Touch You (Epic, 1980)

Cadillac Tracks (Epic, 1982)

Flash (Jeff Beck album), 1985

Rendezvous with Blues (Capricorn, 1996)

Triple Trouble (Telarc, 2003) with Tommy Castro, Lloyd Jones, Tommy Shannon, Chris Layton

All Night All Stars (Capitol, 2003)

The Mighty Jeremiahs (Ear X-tacy, 2005), with Greg Martin, Mark Hendricks, Jon McGee

Build Your Own Fire (Zoho Music, 2007)

Shoals Rhythm Collective (Music Avenue, 2007)

Jeff Beck Live At The Hollywood Bowl (Eagle Vision 2017)



Studio albums

Wet Willie (1971)

Wet Willie II (1972)

Keep On Smilin' (1974)

Dixie Rock (1975)

The Wetter The Better (1976)

Manorisms (1977)

Which One's Willie? (1979)

Guest Category: Arts, Entertainment, History, Music, TV & Film, Variety
Dr. Terri Daniel
Guest Occupation: End-of-Life Advisor, hospice and hospital-trained clinical chaplain
Guest Biography:

Dr. Terri Daniel,  CT, CCTP

Founder, The Afterlife Conference

End-of-Life Advisor,  Interfaith Chaplaincy, Bereavement  Support
Certified in Death, Dying and Bereavement, ADEC
Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist. IATP

Dr. Terri Daniel, CT, CCTP is a hospice and hospital-trained clinical chaplain (interfaith). She is certified in death, dying and bereavement by the Association of Death Education and Counseling, and in trauma support by the International Association of Trauma Professionals. The focus of her work is to assist dying and grieving individuals to discover a more spiritually and socially-spacious understanding of death, grief, and beyond.   

Terri conducts workshops throughout the U.S. to help the dying and the bereaved focus on inner transformation rather than external events. Her work is acclaimed by physicians, hospice workers, grief counselors and clergy for its pinpoint clarity on the process of dying and grieving.  She is the founder of the Conference on Death and Afterlife Studies, and the Ask Doctor Death podcast.

Terri has a BA in Religious Studies from Marylhurst University, an MA in Pastoral Care from Fordham University, and a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the San Francisco Theological Seminary.   

Visit Terri’s websites at: 


Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Kids & Family, Paranormal, Ghosts, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Self Help, Spiritual
Eric Linter
Guest Occupation: Astrologer
Guest Biography:

Surviving 2020: what does astrology say we need to know about this year? There is so much going on around us with so much conflicting reporting in the news that it’s challenging to determine what is real and what isn’t.

Eric has forty years of experience as an astrologer. Eric feels that your life choices and career interests are  at the heart of his business because he wishes to assist you in making your dreams and goals a reality in a practical way; whether it’s a question of clarity, intention or timing. The way your astrology chart describes your situation and the gift of impartial interpretation of that chart is what Eric offers his clients.

What I personally enjoy when getting a reading from Eric is that he answers whatever questions you have. Some astrologers say, oh, that means I have to do astrocartography so that is an additional fee; you get the idea. Well, Eric just does what he needs to do to answer your questions during the time that you have with him. He is insightful and genuinely cares about his clients. 

Guest Category: Kids & Family, Spiritual, Astrology
Dr. Matthew Vogt
Guest Occupation: Sports Medicine Physician with “Sports Medicine and Regenerative Therapeutics
Guest Biography:

"I believe in developing a lasting relationship with my patients. I am interested in their overall health and well-being in addition to their sports-related injury or chronic pain. In order to promote an optimal environment for healing, the wellness of the whole patient may need to be addressed." - Dr. Matthew Vogt.

Dr. Vogt is a Board Certified Family Physician with fellowship training in Sports Medicine. His passion is helping his patients avoid surgery through means of cellular orthopaedic interventions.

Dr. Vogt is trained in musculoskeletal ultrasound guided injections. He treats all joints of the upper and lower extremities, hip and pelvis. Dr. Vogt incorporates biologic cellular therapies into his interventional orthopaedic practice for degenerative joint conditions as well as for tendon and ligament tears.

Dr. Vogt is a Diplomate of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. He promotes proper nutrition and exercise and makes recommendations on nutritional supplementation. Dr. Vogt also has great interest and experience in the management of sports-related concussion.

Outside of his medical practice Dr. Vogt enjoys spending time with family. He enjoys the outdoors, gardening, paddleboarding, cycling, and is active in coaching youth baseball.

Prior to his residency training, Dr. Vogt served as a Flight Surgeon in the United States Navy.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Kids & Family, Politics & Government, Self Help, Variety
Kirk Mango
Guest Occupation: Author “Becoming a True Champion”, former NCAA gymnastics champion & Team Member on “Hey Sport Parents- The Sports Dr’s In”
Guest Biography:

It was February of 1974 when a completely unknown young gymnast, Kirk Mango, made a choice that would change the direction of his life and send him on an intense journey of self-discovery and accomplishment. His efforts would culminate in a State Championship, a high school All-American award and a full scholarship to compete in gymnastics at the NCAA Division I level for Northern Illinois University. What was most surprising and unbelievable about this was not only the achievement itself, but the fact that he did it in just one year-something nobody thought possible. For Kirk, it was the starting point of a career that has brought him numerous other awards and honors, first as an athlete, then as a coach and teacher.

A collegiate Division I National Champion and gold medalist on the still rings in 1979, Kirk had to defeat several Olympians to garner this honor, accomplishing this feat by almost 3 tenths of a point (former 10.0 scoring) above the next placed competitor. He was awarded commendations from the mayor of DeKalb, Illinois and from Northern Illinois University for high achievement and contribution to the City of DeKalb and to the University. The previous year Kirk had won the silver medal on this event in the 1978 Division I National Championships, losing the gold medal by a mere one-tenth of a point. Of particular note is that Kirk was in 17th place after the first preliminary round of competition (compulsory), moving to sixth place after the first optional round, and second place (and the silver medal) after receiving the highest optional score on still rings in the finals. He was selected as a collegiate All-American in both 1978 and 1979 and to the present day still holds the Northern Illinois University school record for the still rings event. Kirk’s accomplishments, along with his many other regional, dual-meet, and invitational championships (including the prestigious Windy City and Midwest Open), gave rise to his nickname, “The Lord of the Rings.”

In 2000, he was selected to the Northern Illinois Athletic Hall of Fame; there, his photograph hangs on the wall with some of the most prestigious athletes ever to attend and compete for Northern Illinois University. His most recent accolades include being chosen in 2009 as No. 8 of the Top 50 Athletes of All Time competing for NIU, induction into Willowbrook High School’s Inaugural Hall of Fame (with professional athlete greats, former Chicago Bears Tom Hicks, Cleveland Browns Matt Roth, former Philadelphia Phillies World Series pitcher Dan Schatzeder, and Milwaukee Brewers Jody Gerut), and induction into Northern Illinois Athletic Hall of Fame for a second time in October of 2010.

Kirk graduated NIU in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science in education and in 1992 received his Master of Administration from Roosevelt University in Chicago. Now retired, he taught high school students for 34 years and coached student-athletes for 17 of those years.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Kids & Family, Self Help, Sports & Recreation, Variety
Stanley Aaga Bartlett
Guest Occupation: Feng Shui
Guest Biography:

Born in and grew up in Mt Kisco, NY, after my parents moved from France following WW II

Good family, good parents, good education, a successful athlete and business experiences, well off. Then came marriage, children, divorce, wife got all the wealth and I was cut off from contact with my children.

Next came Harmonic Convergence 1987 and my spiritual awareness became very strong. Soon afterward came Feng Shui. I never studied it but immediately knew what to do and a Chiropractor I was seeing said from her muscle testing that she could confirm that I was supposed to do it and would I begin by doing her office.  Then others heard about it and started calling me. Soon I was famous in the US and was traveling extensively.

Included in the Feng Shui connection was the use of my special gift of having extreme sensitivity to energies and a deep connection to the earth's energies and Gaia. While traveling in every state in North America, it was the activation of crystalline energies and stargates.

The next chapter moved me to Vermont to reduce all the travel while making Feng Shui videos and the construction and movie of How To Build The Perfect Feng Shui house. The budget for construction was limited and although the house was mostly completed and is very livable, it is not fully completed and hence the movie is currently not completed. The house did get an Award From Efficiency Vermont for the most energy-efficient home built in Vermont. The name of the property is "Hearts Landing" and has a heart-shaped pond on 12 acres located in beautiful pristine mountains in the part of Vermont known as the NORTHEAST KINGDOM. 

Another story for next time is 2 major sightings from my window with millions of ships visiting me.  Tara and Rama always called me Galactic Commander so maybe they are right! Susan was in contact with me while she was in the body for one of the sightings.

Guest Category: Earth & Space, Plant & Animals, Health & Lifestyle, Alternative Health, Energy Healing, Feng Shui, Philosophy, Spiritual, Shamanism
Guest Occupation: Psycholgist
Guest Biography:

Nicholas Brink received his PhD in Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles (1970).  He was a psychologist and Director of Psychological Services at Danville State Hospital, Danville, Pennsylvania, beginning his private practice as a clinical psychologist in 1982.  He is a past president of the American Association for the Study of Mental Imagery and a past board member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams.  Besides numerous journal publications and conference papers and workshops he has published seven books:

Brink, N. E. (2002). Grendel and His Mother: Healing the Traumas of Childhood Through Dreams, Imagery and Hypnosis.  New York, NY: Routledge.

Brink, N. E. (2013). The Power of Ecstatic Trance: Practices for Healing, Spiritual Growth, and Accessing the Universal Mind. Rochester, VT: Bear & Co.

Brink, N. E. (2014). Baldr’s Magic: The Power of Norse Shamanism and Ecstatic Trance. Rochester, VT: Bear & Co.

Brink, N. E. (2016a). Beowulf’s Ecstatic Trance Magic: Accessing the Archaic Powers of the Universal Mind. Rochester, VT: Bear & Co.

Brink, N. E. (2016b). Trance Journeys of the Hunter-Gatherers: Ecstatic Practices to Reconnect with the Great Mother and Heal the Earth. Rochester, VT: Bear & Co.

Brink, N. E. (2017). Ecstatic Soul Retrieval: Shamanism and Psychotherapy. Rochester, VT: Bear & Co.

Brink, N. E. (2019). Applying the Constructivist Approach to Cognitive Therapy: Resolving the Unconscious Past. New York, NY: Routledge. 


Guest Category: Business, Earth & Space, Education, Entertainment, Health & Lifestyle, Philosophy, Physics & Metaphysics, Psychology, Self Help
Kathleen Jordon
Guest Occupation: Executive Coach
Guest Biography:

Kathleen studied psychology, English and modern history at Melbourne University and subsequently studied postgraduate criminology.

Applying what she had learned to her personal and professional lives became a passion. This led to the development of a personal program of continuous learning and to the creation of her company, Intuitive Insights, which focused on executive development, leadership coaching and community engagement.

The company concentrated on helping leaders, individuals and teams to understand the essence of who they are and how they can choose the way forward to give their work and life meaning and purpose.

Kathleen has coached over 300 executives around the world.

This balanced and fulfilling life came to a sudden and distressing full stop on 23 August 2011 when she suffered a major stroke.

Determined that her experiences might have lessons for others, and while she was still recovering in hospital from operations and treatment, she began the writing of Standing Up!. Given the state of her health, this was challenging enough, but the death of her parents within a few months of each other in October 2012 and February 2013 further tested her resolve to complete the book.

A further heavy blow came when one of her much-loved daughters, Dr Lucinda May Jordan, was diagnosed with breast cancer, also early in 2013. She subsequently passed away in May 2015.

Lucinda had been working with the McAuley Community Services for Women in Victoria. McAuley supports women and children experiencing family violence or homelessness.

Proceeds from the sale of Standing Up! are donated to McAuley Community Services.

Guest Category: Arts, Literature, Business, Careers, Education, Physics & Metaphysics, Psychology, Self Help, Society and Culture
Natasha Morales
Guest Occupation: Kundalini Yoga and Passion Map Practitioner
Guest Biography:

Natasha is an Executive Coach, Life Coach & Passion Mapping
Practitioner.  She facilitates and helps people develop themselves in
multiple spaces, including Experiential Leadership, Personal Efficiency
(PEPworlwide NZ) and Personal Development. She also teaches weekly Kundalini
Yoga & Meditation classes.

Natasha has real belief in people's potential and passion for what drives
human excellence. She takes a holistic view of Leadership, Productivity and
Well-being and enjoys working in all 3 areas. Her multi-cultural background
and strong presentation and communication skills enable her to facilitate
life-changing results in both individuals and groups.

Natasha grew up in Canada and Mexico and has also enjoyed living and working
in Japan, Australia and Thailand.  She now lives in New Zealand with her
Kiwi Husband and their 10-year-old son.

Guest Category: Business, Education, Entertainment, Health & Lifestyle, Physics & Metaphysics, Psychology, Society and Culture, Spiritual, Variety
Fearless Intelligence
Guest Occupation: MICHAEL BENNER who speaks and writes about Personal Development, Emotional Intelligence, and Mindfulness. His new book is “Fearless Intelligence.”
Guest Biography:

Want to know how to embody Fearless Intelligence and See how The Best of You is Hidden where You’re Afraid to Look? My guest is Michael Benner who is the author of Fearless Intelligence — The Extraordinary Wisdom of Awareness and the self-awareness training, Internal Vigilance, commissioned by the Orange County California Sheriff’s Academy. He is also well known throughout Southern California for his popular “human potential” talk radio programs on KABC-AM, KLOS-FM, KLSX-FM, KCBS-FM, KRLA-AM, and most recently on KPFK-FM.  Michael has been a regularly scheduled speaker at the Whole Life Expo, the Philosophical Research Society, the Live and Learn Center, the Mind Skills Center, the Helix Center, and the National Whole Health Symposium.

Guest Category: Arts, Business, Entertainment, Health & Lifestyle, Philosophy, Physics & Metaphysics, Psychology, Self Help, Spiritual
Dr. JoAnn Fisher
Guest Occupation: CEO of WomenVeteransUnitedCommittee,Inc.(WVUCI)
Guest Biography:
Dr. Fisher served in the United States Navy Reserves on active duty for 15 years with an Honorable Discharge. Intense experience speaking and presenting in public as well as program planning and the coordination of activities, events and projects. Have knowledge, Skills and Abilities of unique issues and challenges faced by Women Veterans which includes knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and programs related to veterans' benefits and services, particularly those related to Women Veterans. Knowledgeable regarding organizations that assist Women Veterans as well as the operation of state and federal government. Very knowledgeable of public administration, program planning and implementation, as well as skilled in developing and maintaining cooperative work relationships with federal, state and community-based organizations, Veteran County Service Officers, and other Veteran organizations. Exceptional communication skills both orally and in writing with the ability to gather, assemble, correlate, and analyze information; to devise solutions to problems. Review current information, statutes, rules and/or polices that affect Women Veterans. Provide guidance, technical assistance, and recommendations on Women Veteran's issues. Attend meetings, conferences, seminars, or hearings, and serves on designated boards, panels, or committees relating to Women Veterans. Prepare and conducts high-level briefings and presentations to legislators, government agencies, Veterans' organizations, and other business and community leaders related to Women Veterans. Encourage and support recognition of Women Veteran's contribution to Maryland, Washington, DC, and the nation. Ability to develop and evaluate policies and procedures; to prepare reports; to communicate effectively, and to train others. Over 20 years’ experience as a Women Veterans Chair for the Maryland and Washington, DC Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and other Veteran Service Organizations.
Guest Category: History, Kids & Family, Military, Politics & Government, Self Help, Variety
Tiffany Daniel
Guest Occupation: Director of Health & Wellness Women Veterans United Committee, Inc.
Guest Biography:

Tiffany Daniel joined the US Army in 1986,retiring in 2014,and is a CombatVeteran.She is presently in the US Army Inactive Ready Reserves. Her first combat tour was with the 115th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) in support of Desert Shield/Storm. She started as a Track Vehicle Repairer (63H)going on recovery missions later becoming an Automated Logistical Specialist (92A). Both positions held mainly by men. The main mission for the Mobile Hospital was to recover abandoned vehicles. Tiffany later became a combat medic for her Mobile Support Team (MST). From the onset of deployment Tiffany soon realized that her life had a bigger mission,and she has been determined ever since to submit to it. Tiffany has evolved into a woman of God created in His greatness daily pursuing her purpose driven life.Tiffany is an Analyst by trade and an Inspirational Health and Wellness Coach by purpose. She is a member of the following organizations: Federally Employed Women (FEW), a non-profit organization working as an advocacy group to improve the status of women employed by the federal government. Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW),a non-profit organization that supports veterans to ensure they are respected for their service, always receive their earned entitlements, and are recognized for the sacrifices they and their loved ones have made in the community and for our country.With the VFW she held the positions of Chaplain, Past District and Post Commander.Heal a Woman Heal a Nation, member, a community-based organization that promotes holistic wellness for women and families through education,physical and mental health, economic and self-empowerment. In choosing to become an Ambassador, she decided to make the commitment to stay focused and support the leaders that activate change in our communities. On One Accord Ministries, Inc.,a faith based non-profit organization assisting women as they transition from Victims of Domestic Violence, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Rehabilitation and Returning Citizens, to getting their life back in order. Catherine Foundation Pregnancy and Crisis Center, a faith based non-profit organization that educates women on healthy lifestyles, gives support, counseling,and referrals (shelter, food, clothing etc.) to assist them during and after their pregnancy.PresentDirector for Women Veterans United Committee, Inc. (WVUCI).Tiffany has two loving sons and three darling grandsons. She is a native Washingtonian, attended Margret Washington Vocational High School where she graduated from the Licensed Practical Nursing Program to pursue a career in nursing. Tiffany holds a BS in Psychology, Institute of Intergrative Nutrition Alumni, Cleveland Clinic Certified in Behavioral Health and Wellness and graduate of Spirit of Faith Bible Institute, Ministerial Studies.Tiffanyhas now put all this dedication and experience together to assist her as she operates in her passion.She was the owner of the Independently Owned Curves of Fort Washington, MD a franchise for women’s health & fitness.

Guest Category: Kids & Family, Military, Politics & Government, Self Help, Variety
Jonathan Tyler
Guest Occupation: Musician
Guest Biography:

Jonathan Tyler musician

Guest Category: Arts, Entertainment, Music
Dr Allen Lycka
Guest Occupation: Cosmetic dermatologist, author, transformational speaker, thought leader, coach, and mentor
Guest Biography:


Dr. Allen Lycka has been acknowledged as one of the leading cosmetic dermatologists in the world for three decades. A pioneer in cosmetic surgery, he helped to develop laser assisted tumescent liposuction – an advanced body sculpture technique, and Moh’s Micrographic Surgery, an advanced means of removing skin cancer with 99% success.

He has lived and practiced in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada since 1989. He’s written 17 books, 30+ academic papers and hosted the number one internet radio show in the world – Inside Cosmetic Surgery Today. He is a co- founder of Doctors for the Practice of Safe and Ethical Aesthetic Medicine and founder of The Canadian Skin Cancer Association. He has won the prestigious Consumers Choice Award For Cosmetic Surgery for 16 consecutive years.

In 2003, Dr. Lycka’s life changed drastically when he suddenly developed a right foot drop and then misdiagnosed as ALS (Lou Gherigs’ disease). Still, he maintained his status as a leading cosmetic doctor for 30 years.

Because of what he learned, he is co-authoring the book The Secrets of Living A Fantastic Life with Harriet Tinka, a former fashion model and Woman of Distinction.

He is also currently co-authoring two more books: one with Corie Poirier entitled, “bLU Talks Presents: Business, Life and the Universe” and one with Jack Canfield entitled, “The Pillars of Success.”

Currently acknowledged as a leading expert in Living A Fantastic Life and Turning Points, he is a transformational speaker, thought leader, coach, and mentor.

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