Gary Hoover shares his insights gleaned from an over 50-year fascination with business. It first started when he was 12 years old and saw the Fortune magazine wealthiest people list on the newsstand.
A soon-to-be-published book will present the positive physical and psychological benefits of reconstructive plastic surgery by telling the stories of the patients and the doctors who changed their lives.
Rob Sekel, a local Realtor from Philadelphia, PA has published his first book, “How To Sell Premier Residential Real Estate: 16 Modern Marketing Strategies For High End Homes.”
Kaleo Supports, Inc. an organization which trains, supports and finds jobs for people with disabilities in Fayetteville NC, is holding a seminar and workshop to help those individuals and their families successfully navigate the process.
Tribe Alive raise awareness for ethically sourced fashion in Guatemala and Honduras promoting fair trade, empowering women through fashion and jewelry collections.
Dr. Romina Ghassemi has invented the BaX-u Posture Support System to reduce postural degeneration and forward head syndrome. The brace has proven effective in reducing chronic upper back pain, headaches, balance and neck pain.
Vets of the River, a new documentary film produced by Richard Seppala and Jason Ross, dramatically illustrates the life changing return on investment unleashed when individuals take time to lend a hand and empower others with disabilities.
Professor William Byrnes, Associate Dean for Graduate and Distance Education at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, pioneered the “online classroom” and distance learning methodologies to remove obstacles for students with disabilities.
Crager’s structured approach and amazing results working with dogs that other trainers had branded as “untrainable,” are being featured in the Savannah Morning News’ online video education series: Savannah How.
Actor, director and filmmaker Eden Marryshow has co-written the script for new film, My Girl, and is seeking to raise $250,000 through Indiegogo.
Katy Lock and Daniel May, the creators of “The Specials,” a reality TV series about five young adults with intellectual disabilities who live together as housemates in the U.K., are the featured guests on Influencers Radio with Jack Mize.