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Understanding Disaster Relief for Small Businesses

Open discussion on the disaster relief programs, who should, how to apply, and other things to do to protect your business.

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Becoming a better public speaker

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  • CAPBuilder Min – Marc Parham discusses tips on growing your business and your life.
  • Conversations with E – E. Walter Smith interviews Dr. MJ Collier President/CEO of Atlanta West Primary Care Associates to discuss being in control of your health and wellness.
  • M J Collier Jr., M.D., FAAFP
    Medical Director,
    Atlanta West Primary Care Associates, PC
    Medspeaking@gmail.com
    (770) 543-9224 Mobile
    (770) 948-5400 Office
  • CAPBuilder Interview – Ariel Ghinga, public speaking coach and owner of Atlanta Public Speaking discusses learning how to be a better and/or paid speaker
  • Ariel Ghinga
    Founder, Atlanta Public Speaking LLC
    404-454-6550 | Ariel@atlpublicspeaking.com
  • http://www.atlpublicspeaking.com

 

 

Women Using Their Voices

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Your Voice Must Be Heard

On The Show:

  • CAPBuilder Min – Marc Parham discusses tips on growing your business and your life.
  • Conversations With E – E. Walter Smith stops by to discuss the great guest he will have on next weeks show.
  • Just The Facts – John Moye interviews Representative Dar’shun Nicole Kendrick, 93 District, as they discuss her role in our government and the work she is doing to make sure that we have a voice in business and government.

 

Representative Dar’shun Kendrick

GEORGIA FUTURE CAUCUS, CO-CHAIR (D)

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Dar’shun Kendrick was born in Atlanta, Georgia and raised in South DeKalb County. She attended DeKalb County public schools and graduated from Towers High School (Decatur, GA) in 2000 at the top of her class.

She owns Kendrick Law Practice, which caters to small business owners all over Georgia and the owner of SocialProf, an online marketing consulting firm for attorneys and elected officials.

She received her undergraduate degree at Oglethorpe University, her J.D. from the University of Georgia, and her M.B.A. from Kennesaw State.

Rep. Kendrick currently serves over 54,00 Georgians in East DeKalb and South Gwinnett counties as a committee member of the Judiciary (Non-Civil), Juvenile Justice, and Special Rules Committees and as the Ranking Democrat on the Small Business Development and Job Creation Committee.

She is Communications Chair for the DeKalb House Delegation, Working Families Caucus, and Georgia Legislative Black Caucus and an Assistant Deputy Whip of the House Democratic Caucus.