Nathan McCargo joins ‘The American Dream’ Wednesday, September 10, 2014 September 9, 2014Posted by nsabo in Uncategorized.
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Nathan L. McCargo is an entrepreneur at heart. After 10 years in corporate america he left his job to pursue his dream of starting his own business. With a degree in business administration and a few other business certifications he made his first stop on his journey in Isagenix. After building a sizable organization in network marketing, Nathan had the tangible skills to start his own business. Nathan believes that a business built on sound business principles will stand through the test of time. He opened Legacy Premier which centers around helping like minded entrepreneurs build, restore and grow their businesses. He helps these owners keep the vision of why they started their business in front of them or premier. As he works with them, they begin to cast new visions of legacy for themselves and their families. Off of these same principles Nathan joined Justin Gruber to opened To Your Door Delivery Service. TYD exist to bring you what you need when you need it. Nathan believes that every business owner is in business for themselves but doesn’t have to be by themselves. He lives each day doing what he loves, helping others live their dreams out through entrepreneurship.
Join Dr. Stanley El, D.Div., co-host Jazmin Grantham as they welcome guest Nathan McCargo to ‘The American Dream’ Wednesday, September 10, 2014; only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM.
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Born a child that was the subject of a heroin addict while she was pregnant, at full term, my birth weight was only 3 pounds, so I’ve been a fighter from the beginning. I was placed in foster care because my mother couldn’t complete a drug rehab program. I was in foster care for 3 years until I was adopted by a family that took me under their wing and molded me into the young lady I am right now.
I was born in New York, but raised in Kissimmee, which is on the outskirts of Orlando. Alumni of Osceola High School who graduated with a 3.6 GPA and relocated to Jacksonville because my adoptive mother fell sick and my sister was already living here, so I came here to assist in caring for her.
At this point in my life, I am dedicating much of my time bringing awareness to Domestic Violence. So many incidents go unheard of until something drastic takes place, and I want to be there to help prevent those measures from taking place. Hence the title, Silent For What?!?!
Shay Brown, founder of Silent For What?!?!, joins host Dr. Stanley El, D.Div to share her American Dream only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM.
Ministers Jason and Taney Sanders join ‘The American Dream’ radio show Wednesday, April 9, 2014 April 8, 2014Posted by nsabo in Uncategorized.
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Please join Ministers Jason and Taney Sanders with host Dr. Stanley El as they share their American Dream; only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM.
Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12
Matthew 18:20 states For where two are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them. Called and appointed by God through His grace and guidance we stand united together Pastoring and Breaking All Barriers!
Calvin Martin joins ‘The American Dream’ Wednesday, February 5, 2014 February 10, 2014Posted by nsabo in Uncategorized.
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Calvin Martin born and raised in Brooklyn New York, moved to south jersey in 2004 to earn his high school diploma from Willingboro high school in 2007. He would then go to receive and associates in liberal arts from Burlington county college while studying under the direction of Jaclyn Augustine Smith at core academy of movement. Upon his 2010 graduation he would train under the direction of Shawn Lamere Williams in Eleone connection. Calvin is currently back and fourth to NY dancing as a principal member of SKIN dance theatre, along managing Atomik legacy dance crew here rowan campus. Calvin serves as in inspiration to individuals going through life situations and overcoming those tribulations through passion and perseverance. His mentors include Tina Thompson. Laneise mobley , Josef Woodson, Shawn Lamere Williams, and Jaclyn Augustin Smith.
Join Calvin with host K-Len Anderson, co-producer of ‘The American Dream’ live only on Rowan Rado 89.7 WGLS FM.
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Native American, Trinity Norwood shares her American Dream with Dr. Stanley El, D.Div. This ambitious young lady aspires to do great things for her tribe through media and public outreach. Join us to hear her story only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM.
Born and raised Jersey girl, Trinity Norwood, has lived her life to the mantra “the things that make me different, make me.” Since graduating from high school in 2007 she has dedicated her time and efforts to sharing her ‘different’ things with the world. In 2008 she founded a nonprofit organization called Native New Jersey. NNJ creates and presents educational programs about the first inhabitants of the tri-state area, the Nanticoke and Lenape Indians. As a citizen and Tribal Princess of the Nanticoke Lenni- Lenape Indians she hopes to share her culture with today’s youth and young adults in order to dispel stereotypes and misconceptions about the Native community. After graduating from Thomas Edison State College with a B.A. in Communications. (more…)
James Wilhelm joins ‘The American Dream’ Wednesday, January 22, 2014 February 3, 2014Posted by nsabo in Uncategorized.
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James Wilhelm shares his American Dream and more with host, Dr. Stanley El, D.Div. and the listening audience only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM. Jim Wilhelm is an international spiritual teacher, self-development mentor, author, lecturer, philosopher, Emmy award-winning television producer, and successful entrepreneur. He has shared his experiences of practical mysticism around the world for more than 40 years.” (more…)
Tapas Fleming joins ‘The American Dream’ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 December 2, 2013Posted by nsabo in Uncategorized.
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After facilitating personal growth for many years, Tapas Fleming became interested in physical and energetic healing. She became a Licensed Acupuncturist and began her practice in 1987, specializing in the treatment of allergies. Searching for a simple, effective treatment, she developed TAT in 1993. Tapas soon realized that in addition to relieving her patients’ allergic reactions, TAT was clearing the effects of their past stressful or traumatic experiences in an easy, gentle way. Now one of the most celebrated leaders in energy psychology, Tapas has taught TAT to hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic people worldwide. She always finds it a great pleasure to teach TAT because it is so empowering and liberating and supports people in creating a vibrant, healthy life full of meaning and fulfillment. Tapas lives in Torrance, CA where she teaches and uses TAT with clients.
Join host, Dr. Stanley El, D.Div. as he welcomes Tapas Fleming to ‘The American Dream’ only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM.
Dr. Z returns to ‘The American Dream’ Wednesday, November 13, 2013 November 5, 2013Posted by nsabo in Uncategorized.
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Dr. Brian Z. Abdul-Karim is God’s Servant. Affectionately called “Dr. Z,” brings widely acclaimed expertise in personal transformation and self-leadership. He is an Inspirational Speaker, Writer, Coach, Educator and Administrator. He is a Catalyst for Growth and Inner Peace and serves to help people release their power.
Dr. Z finds unique solutions to help people feel better and motivate them to greater accomplishment. He is known as the “Voice of Self-Leadership” to raise consciousness and ignite constructive energy in his interaction with all students, faculty, staff, colleagues and the public.
Dr. Brian Z. Abdul-Karim is a superb speaker with a strongly positive message. He’s taught over 20,000 people throughout his career in federal government agencies, educational institutions, corporations and community organizations. He has served as an entrepreneur, a corporate trainer, and adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University, Strayer University, University of Maryland University College, and National Louis University. Additionally, Dr. Z has published five books on personal transformation and self-leadership. He is currently serving as the Campus Dean at Strayer University’s Manassas Campus in Virginia.
Join us as we welcome Dr. Z with host Dr. Stanley El, D.Div. on ‘The American Dream’ radio show Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 5pm only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM.
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Christina “Super Woman” Rodriguez, 22, is a Rowan University senior studying Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Theater Arts. This Jersey girl was born and raised in Atlantic City where she spent most of her days rehearsing for her theatrical performances. Listen to Christina’s high aspirations and dream only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM with host, Dr. Stanley El, D.Div.
At age 4 she was introduced to latin dancing. Her mother,Valentina Morales, was not hesitant to enroll her to dance at the Puerto Rican parades. By 5th grade her talents as an actress had emerged. She played the role of Harmiony Granger in her class performance of Harry Potter. A year later Christina became a rising star at Chelsea Heights School. She sang her first solo “I believe I can fly,” infront of the entire school. Although she was nervous she knew her strong faith in God would help her through it. In 7th grade she was in a Latinos Unidos dance group where she began her latin dancing competitions. That same year she won first place in an oratorical contest about how her dreams of being a singer can change the world. (more…)
Olga El joins ‘The American Dream’ Wednesday, October 23, 2013 October 18, 2013Posted by nsabo in Uncategorized.
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An avid disciple of world dance Olga El is inspired by the myriad of cultural traditions to which she has been exposed and a love of storytelling. From a young age she was particularly enamored by dances from the Middle East and the northern hemisphere of Africa–better known as belly dance–and chose these dance forms as the foundation of her personal fusion style which includes martial arts, experimental theatre and dances from the West African Diaspora including Latin-American styles and Hip Hop.
From 2008-2011 she directed the belly dance troupe Bastet and its charitable sub-division Belly Dance for Change. She is the founder and artistic director of The Kandake–a dance-theatre collective that combines social activism and philanthropy with folkloric, modern, theatrical and experimental movement.
Join Dr. Stanley El, D.Div. as he welcomes Olga to ‘The American Dream’ radio show Wednesday, October 23rd airing live at 5pm only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS FM.