Experienced, award-winning broadcast journalist with integrity and proven ability to bring stories to life through compelling writing and the highest quality production values. Specializing in finding and telling the Story within the Message, creating multimedia content for corporate, web and broadcast communications. Original reporting, documentary and long-form programming, project collaboration with other producers. Customized approach to executive media training. Highly sought-after panel moderator, keynote speaker and emcee, skilled at commanding an audience, adapting to the unexpected and ensuring a seamless event. Vast international network of contacts across multiple disciplines including media, politics, philanthropy, education, health care, sports and social services. Always interested in consulting opportunities to assist in bringing your creative vision to life. Specialties: Executive Producer on all projects, creative visionary, interviewer, writer, voice over artist, on camera personality. Industries served include oil and gas, technology, food and beverage, education, space, healthcare, entertainment, retail, local and state government, health and beauty, hospitality, spa, non-profit.


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Sitting down with Aida Araissi, Founding Director of the Bilateral Chamber in Houston, Texas, is like taking a quick trip across the globe with your best friend as a tour guide.  Sure, she knows all the sites you'll want to see, but more important, she'll give you a human perspective that will leave a lasting impression and likely change how you view the world.Born in Tunisia and raised in Houston, Aida founded the Bilateral Chamber to help foster business relationships between the U.S. and the Middle East.  For more than 20 years she has guided her stakeholders through good and bad economies while navigating the very real human challenges that go along with the territory. What a perfect guest to share both personal and business stories with the Our Voices Matter audience, to help remind us of our common humanity.Support the show (http://patreon.com/OurVoicesMatterPodcast)
Don’t you just love it when you meet someone and you instantly click? That’s how I felt when I met artist and author, Justin Garcia, only a few days ago. By the time our brief encounter ended, I knew I wanted him to be a guest on Our Voices Matter; that his voice is an important one to add to our ongoing conversation about connection and humanity. I’ve always believed that art, in all its forms, has the power to bring us together in ways that nothing else can. Its transcendent nature speaks to the core of who we are as humans. In Justin’s words, “the artist is there to translate something deeper about ourselves and how it connects to humanity.” Amen. Let the conversation begin and feed your soul as it fed mine.Support the show (http://patreon.com/OurVoicesMatterPodcast)
She's devoted her life to "trying to understand what's behind you when I look at you, when I talk to you and I hear things that are different from my experience.  I want to understand 'where does that come from' because it's got to be enriching."  It's that approach to life and learning that Dr. Ira Blake brings to her role as the first woman and the first African-American to lead the University of Houston Clear Lake.  On any given Friday, you will find this dedicated educator walking across campus, engaging with students, listening to their stories, dreams and  challenges so that she and her colleagues can best meet their needs.   She's a soft-spoken powerhouse leading UHCL into a new era of growth, where a top notch education goes hand in hand with her mission to ensure that each student knows that their voice matters.  Support the show (http://patreon.com/OurVoicesMatterPodcast)
Support the show (http://patreon.com/OurVoicesMatterPodcast)
“Being able to get over yourself and listen to a different perspective is important, not just from a social perspective but also in business.”  Add an insatiable love of learning and a work ethic on steroids, mixed with a heavy dose of empathy, and you have all the ingredients necessary to create a  career as one of the most successful General Managers of a BMW dealership in the country.  Never mind that you started as a receptionist and  you’re a woman of color in a male dominated industry.   Maria Moncada Alaoui isn’t one to back down from a challenge, even when she feels like “the other”.  Instead, she says “bring it on!”   What a perfect message to kick off a new year and a new decade, especially during these challenging times.  This is not the time to stick our heads in the sand and shy away from conversations that matter, whether at the kitchen table or in the workplace.  Our Voices Matter and our future is in our hands. This is the time to show up, step up and listen.Support the show (http://patreon.com/OurVoicesMatterPodcast)
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