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Posted on April 22, 2015 | No CommentsMultiple Sclerosis and I have a bit of a history. It's not something I talk about often because thankfully, my experience was a scare and it just feels like something I prefer not to remember but it definitely shaped the person I am today. With the Race to Erase MS event coming up, I thought it might be time to share the story, which is also how I became interested in Social Good to begin with.
Posted on March 21, 2015 | No CommentsWhen I first heard of Talent Finders, I immediately thought of imdb but after discussing it further with their founder, Kerrin Black, I realized it was actually much more. I also realized it could be useful for people in the Entertainment business as well as individuals in various fields who want to be recognized for their talents and find work.
Posted on December 19, 2014 | No CommentsSocial Media is ever-changing and new platforms seems to pop up at least monthly. I do believe we each have a niche we fill and if we present ourselves authentically, there is an audience to connect to. That is definitely the case with Evan Blaked. I came across his Vines and I fond him to be refreshing, relevant, funny, and smart. That's not easy to do in six seconds!
Posted on October 6, 2014 | 2 CommentsFor me, TV has always been social. I have always shared my favorite shows with my friends and family, discussed the latest episodes, and speculated about future story lines. I have been the same way with books, film, and any form of entertainment I truly cherish. When reading a particular book, I have always been the type to run out and buy a copy for someone I think will enjoy it or who may need to read it.