Martin Keller – Space and Its Truth of UFOs and the Paranormal

Space has fascinated us for most of our lifetime. Well before the first moon landing in 1969, we have been obsessed with discovering what lies beyond the sky and if there are other life forms.

Martin Keller is in a unique position to have had access to CIA UFO briefings and other evidence, a near-death struggle, his own UFO and paranormal experiences — which makes him one of the most interesting people of this world.

His book, The Space Pen Club talks about close encounters and is endorsed by comedian, actor Dan Ackroyd.

Keller is a former pop culture journalist whose work has appeared in Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, 48 Hours, and many other media. He now runs a successful public relations firm.

Savannah Hauk: Crossdressing, Enlightenment, and Truth

This isn’t a phenomenon or some recent trend. Crossdressing has been around since the beginning of time. Historically, women have cross-dressed as men to pass and gain economic independence and serve in wars in a patriarchal system. Crossdressing is everywhere: in Greek and Norse mythology, music, movies, cartoons. So why do some think it is it okay in pop culture fiction, but not with real life people?

We are going to look at the pursuit of truth and dispel the myths of crossdressing. Savannah Hauk is an advocate and speaker who supports crossdressing men, cis partners, and their families discover their true identity. Her presentations are about life balance and giving others the permission to celebrate both their masculinity and femininity. Hauk has penned the book: Living With Crossdressing: The New Normal and cohosts The Fox and the Phoenix Podcast.

Mark Bello: Social Justice Legal Thrillers

Mark Bello is an attorney and civil justice advocate who has over 40 years of courtroom experience, which includes working high-profile cases. He was one of the attorneys who sued the Catholic Church for sexual abuse and that journey led him to writing the book Betrayal of Faith. His passion for justice comes through his writing style.

Bello has penned several books, including the Zachary Blake Legal Thriller Series. He also co-hosts the podcast Justice Counts.

Dawn Maria France: Challenging Stereotypes

Dawn Maria France was only 16, living in the Yorkshire city of Leeds, when she marched against South Africa’s apartheid system. At the same time, she was told in her own country that she could not be a journalist because she didn’t look the part as a Caribbean/Asian woman. She did it anyway.

France is a broadcasting veteran with the likes of BBC, Sky News, and some of Europe’s largest stations. She campaigns for mental health, women, civil service diversity training, poverty, and so much more. She is an award-winning children’s author and throughout her career has interviewed scores of prominent public figures and celebrities.

Urmi Hossain: Financial Literacy and Why We Need It

Many of us fear change because we are afraid it will not work out. Urmi Hossain challenges that belief. What if it did work out? She works in finance and uses her free time to teach girls and women about finance. The lack of financial education is an obvious void in our curriculums and some cultural norms that hold back many females. The lack of basic financial studies has likely contributed to the overwhelming personal debt that many have taken on.

Urmi Hossain wants to help change this. When we feel like we’re in control of our futures, especially of our financial futures, we can conquer anything, even change.

Tahmina Watson: Using the Law to Fight Oppression

After the 2016 federal election, Tahmina Watson helped create, and currently chairs, the Response Committee of the Washington Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She is an immigration attorney at Watson Immigration Law in Seattle, Washington who has helped hundreds of families work and live in the United States.

She is a columnist with a national legal publication, a contributor to Entrepreneur Magazine, author, podcaster, activist, and passionate advocate for immigration reform.

Watson serves on boards, provides free legal advice at local clinics, and advocates for South Asian battered women. She hosts two podcasts: Tahmina Talks Immigration and The Startup Visa.

Amanda Penny: Bootstrapping A Journalism Career

She’s a digital native who started her first social media account at 12 years old. Six years later, Amanda Penny has found her niche in podcasting with her show Amanda’s World. Let’s just say, she’s killing it. She has essentially begun her journalism career by creating her own media. Even BuzzFeed, MTV, Barstool Sports, and Young Hollywood have taken notice. Penny started her show, while in high school, in January 2021. She shows no signs of slowing down.

Jody Fisher: Both Sides of the Media Desk

Jody Fisher has been on both sides of a reporter’s notepad. In the biggest media market in the world, he worked as a former radio broadcast journalist before embarking on his current position as a public relations professional of over 20 years. He’s even picked up a bass guitar from time to time when he’s not collecting Star Wars memorabilia. He hosts the PR Podcast every week.

Tamika Sims: Entrepreneurship Is Not Easy

Tamika Sims is one of those people you will gravitate to and call a friend after spending just one email with her. Her positive spirit is contagious, and her courage is consequential. As an entrepreneur, she has seen it all and then some. Her story is the backdrop of her new book: Ink Pen Diva: The Truth Behind My Pen. She takes her story out of hiding and shares it so fellow entrepreneurs will not feel alone.

She is an executive assistant at J Haleem, LLC, a guest you met here on this broadcast in 2021. Tamika is also a book coach who has helped over 200 people tell their stories worldwide.

DC Glenn: The Hip Hop Artist With the Legendary Song

You know the song and sang it more than once. What you may or may not know is Platinum artist Cecil DC Glenn cowrote it with his Tag Team rap duo partner, Steve Gibson. “Whoomp There It Is” was released as a single in 1993 and topped the Billboard R & B chart.

DC is also an actor, writer, and voiceover artist. The legendary duo and song were featured in the number one ad of 2021: Geico’s “Scoop! There It Is.” His famous song was sound-tracked on numerous shows, including South Park, Elf, My Name Is Earl, Addams Family Values, and more. The hip hop duo Tag Team still performs live.