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Guest Blogger: Janice Horne

Stepping Stone # 1….  New York State I grew up in a musical family; and music was one of my first passions!  I chose teaching as a profession and my first teaching position was on an Indian reservation.  When I left the reservation, I knew I wanted to make a difference in the lives of children.  In 2000, I was awarded a grant to create a prenatal music program.  I worked with teenage mothers, pregnant women in prison, and families in the local community.  That opportunity fueled my passion to do more; and the following year, I resigned my teaching position and moved to Georgia.  Stepping Stone #2…  Georgia The birth of the prenatal music program began in 2003 at...

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Featured In The Memphis Business Journal

As an educator with more than 20 years of experience, it is time for a voice to be heard regarding the decline of available teachers in the United States. Selected to be a Guest Columnist for the Memphis Business Journal, I took my voice and created words to speak up for teachers around the United States of America. Read my column, 5 Solutions to the Teacher Shortage, here. Enjoy this article and please share with your friends and family!

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Guest Blogger: Allison Harvey

Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Avid Traveler,  Foodie & Intuitive Connector. Today I am a business consultant for small businesses, my clients come by the way of referrals, I put on WOMAN ON FIRE in 2 cities, Toronto & Atlanta, I also produce the annual WOMAN ON FIRE Entrepreneurial magazine featuring our nominees, business articles and advertisements for small businesses, I am a Travel Concierge which connects with my love of travel 

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Guest Blogger: Brandon Thomas

    Hey y’all my name is Brandon and I used to weigh 300 pounds! Yep that’s right! There should be a picture somewhere within this post as proof but yep that’s my story thanks for reading this. LOL… Okay all jokes aside that’s just a little start of the story but I actually did used to weigh 300 pounds and lost around 115 pounds in a little over 100 days 16 years ago and have been keeping it off ever since. The transformation I made from an extremely Unhealthy American diet to a Healthy lifestyle was my first step into understanding that there is literally nothing more important in life than fully taking care of the vessel that you...

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Bossy Is As Bossy Does Scholarship

***Deadline: March 20, 2018*** For 2018-2019 school year, we are seeking to award $250 to 2 full-time students enrolled in any accredited 4-year undergraduate college or university -OR- 2 high school seniors. This scholarship is available to students majoring in Marketing, Management, Business Administration, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, or Special Education. Requirements: - Have a current GPA of 2.8 or higher - Complete a 500 word essay Essay Topic: Explain the importance of (your major) in today’s society. - Submit an official transcript (electronic copies only for college students) - High school seniors can email a photo of his/her official -OR- unofficial transcriptThe recipients of the Bossy Is As Bossy Does Scholarship will be notified by August 1, 2018.Include your...

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