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Welcome to “I have SOMETHING to say,” where subject matter experts are unafraid and unapologetic about sharing their perspectives regarding issues that impact our lives. They speak up because they give a shit. If you’re tired of canned answers and want to FINALLY hear real people cut through the B.S. and talk about real issues, this podcast is for you.
 
Programa radial de temas espirituales y motivación. Este programa dedica una hora a temas orientados a la evolución, desarrollo y crecimiento personal de la mente, cuerpo y el espíritu. En el podrás encontrar consejos comprobados que prometen transformaran tu vida para bien y encaminarte a que tengas mayor éxito en todo lo que te propongas en la vida. http://lecturasdecartas.temasespirituales.com http://www.temasespirituales.com
 
Somos Open HouseUn podcast grabado (casi siempre) desde Aguascalientes, MéxicoConducido por Clon, Chio, Yarely y PacoGrabamos desde INJUVA Records a eso van tus impuestos de manera casera. Con un iPhone, un caballo de plástico, directorios teléfonicos y un gato para ambientar. Hablamos de diversos temas como la enfermedad de la hueva, la tristeza que nos da la televisión en México, la incapacidad de usar baños públicos, música nueva y la falta de sueño.Programamos música deputamadre.Salimos ...
 
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Proud daughter of immigrants. U.S. Marine Corps Veteran. Community organizer. Activist. Wherever she goes, she moves swiftly and effectively like the skilled warrior she is. Tristeza Ordex-Ramírez joins me in this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY. A mutual friend said I absolutely MUST meet this woman who recently moved to Orlando. She speaks tru…
 
“It was love at first sight”, says Le’Kiesha French-Merritt, CEO of PRENEURology Global to describe the first time we met in person after a long-distance friendship was sparked by an intentional impromptu introduction over the phone. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY we publicly thank our dear sister Dr. Kelly Burton for ensuring our explo…
 
It’s no surprise that women are the leading force behind the emergence of new businesses. Oftentimes, we simply see a need within our own family experiences and create the solution. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY Ketzi Hernandez and Mariden Lord, two friends now business partners, share how they decided to respond to the needs of tweens…
 
In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, I chat with Mark Holman, VP of Corporate Social Responsibility of the Resilience-Building Leader Program (RBLP), who totally gets the challenges faced by social impact organizations aka nonprofits and CBOs. We explore the “hot topic” of resiliency – a space he’s been working in for decades. Preparing lead…
 
Yesterday, we began the work of closing a painful and dark chapter in American history. In this Roundtable Edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, our team gets together 24 hours before the momentous occasion of the Presidential Inauguration that would install the most diverse leadership within an American administration that we have ever experienced. …
 
After the desecration of our nation’s Capital, I received a text from my dear friend, inventor, social entrepreneur, and economic futurist Joel Hodroff, prompting me to postpone our scheduled episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY to talk disruption with him, but another kind of disruption. In his text, he posed and answered a question: How do we addre…
 
Our entire crew participated in a Power Path Goal Setting 4-week program in November, conducted by Trish Perry of Harmonize Coaching. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY Chris and I talked to Trish about how we arrived at our goals (according to my husband – mine are “lofty”). This experience of pausing way before the year was over to dedica…
 
He wants to capture the essence of your soul…and he does. Landen Conner joins me in this episode of I HAVE TO SOMETHING TO SAY to talk about how a Pharmacist becomes a Commercial Headshot Specialist & Visual Storyteller with a purpose. Turns out that a great pharmacist and a great photographer connect with people at a human level to empower them wi…
 
In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, I invited Dionne Coleman, Executive Director of Samaritan Village, to talk about a topic that we don’t address enough. As a community leader in Central Florida who is determined to eradicate human trafficking and helping restore the lives of women who have been victims of horrific experiences, Dionne debu…
 
In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY Gabriella Treviño, Community Engagement Manager at Pathlight HOME tells us how they change the lives of homeless and low-income individuals in Central Florida by providing affordable housing and economic opportunities. Through efficiency apartment complexes, Maxwell Terrace and Maxwell Garden, they house m…
 
In this Roundtable Edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY our crew gets together to reflect on the changes we have experienced in life, work and leisure in 2020. We compare notes on what we have learned to appreciate irrespective of how difficult this entire year has been, what we miss the most from the pre-COVID era, and what we think we will stick wi…
 
How can you tap into your core character traits and core values to maximize your leadership potential? In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY we talk with Michelle Burke, Founder of ‘bossibly’ who shares with us how important it is to know our style of leadership in order to show up fully in the different spaces we operate in (our work, our com…
 
Everyone is talking Diversity, Equity and Inclusion these days or DEI. But very few can claim dedicating their life’s work in this space like María Cherjovsky, President of the Florida Abilities and Inclusion Network and recipient of the Orlando Business Journal’s Diversity in Business “2020 Lifetime Achievement Award”. When I called María to congr…
 
Latino civic engagement is a thing now – it’s all over the news. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY I sit with María J. Torres-López, founder of Diáspora en Resistencia (focused on building a new Puerto Rico) and former Executive Board Secretary Women’s March Florida, to discuss how to effectively engage and mobilize Latino constituents. As…
 
“You are not your adversity”, says Trish Perry of Harmonize Coaching. Trish has experienced powerful recovery from adversity including traumatic losses, breast cancer, layoffs, and dysfunctional bosses and teams. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY she shares valuable insights for people who have been impacted by the entire adversity that ha…
 
Do you feel it? It’s a new chapter making its way into our lives. 2020 has brought a lot of loss, pain, isolation, distress and uncertainty to many, yet in this Roundtable Edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY we decided to cling-on to the positives. Xaulanda, Lunna, Chris and Samí share their own “silver linings” from a professional standpoint, and w…
 
Johanna López, is back! After managing the demands of the predominantly Hispanic community she represents as the first and only Latina member of the 150-year old Orange County Public School Board in Florida, to change the name of the one single standing public school STILL named after a Confederate General to Roberto Clemente Middle School, she’s b…
 
“What if we tackle inequities in access to capital, resources, and opportunities for BIPOC and disadvantaged communities, and explore pathways to social mobility?” was the invitation from I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY to Rob West, Community Development Manager | VP – Central & North FL for TD Bank, who has been in banking for 18 years. “Count me in!” was…
 
HAPPY 12TH ANNIVERSARY TO URBANDER! And boy were we in the mood to take a trip down memory lane with no reservations. In this Roundtable Edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY Xaulanda, Lunna, Chris and Samí share their most EPIC business moments while working as part of this crew. As we recall extraordinary and unusual experiences – from unexpectedly …
 
Tired of hearing that it’s hard to find qualified people of color for to fill senior roles or to sit on boards? I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY talks with Claudia Vazquez, CEO & Founder of elevink, who is determined to develop diverse talent and connect them to real advancement opportunities. Claudia shares her experience navigating a successful 20+ career…
 
With kids learning remotely online and a growing unemployed workforce looking to enhance their skillsets to land their next big job opportunity, eLearning is evidently here to stay. I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY sat down with Dr. Jay Fulgencio, Founder and President of Learngenix, an online eLearning and tech solutions platform for professionals, entrepr…
 
SEE THE BIG PICTURE – is the theme of the virtual 2020 Global Peace Film Festival taking place Sept. 21 – Oct. 4. I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY talks to its Founder Nina Streich about how they shifted an event that takes place in Orlando to an online platform. “While the pandemic has been a challenge, we’ve also seen it as an opportunity for creative and…
 
“WTF! You’re pretending like you value my voice, but I’m totally tokenized here,” says Jesi Hanley Vega, Founder of Represent! Editorial who believes everyone should know how to tell their Origin Story. She shares with I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY why she supports writers of color and underrepresented communities harness the power of storytelling to rai…
 
“In order to achieve your long-term goals, you need to first learn how to WIN THE DAY.” This is the gem that former NFL player turned entrepreneur Keith Hunter dropped in a chat box during a recent LIVE online event, and we just HAD TO learn more. In this episode of “I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY”, Keith shares how he naturally segued from being an athle…
 
A year ago, we spoke with High School English Language Arts teacher Manny Hernández about the impact of the club he created named “Coming to America” designed to welcome and support new students enrolled at Osceola High that are English Language Learners. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, we catch up with Manny and two of his former stude…
 
Do you ever wonder how people get their stories featured on TV? I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY got a hold of Deborah Mitchell, an Emmy-nominated TV producer who specializes in the art of giving a successful TV interview, to tell us how. During her years at CBS and ABC networks, Deborah managed thousands of live and taped programs, working with talents suc…
 
How do you go from being a corporate executive to becoming a celebrity nail artist and entrepreneur? It takes the 6 C’s: Courage, Confidence, Curiosity, Candidness, Creativity, and some major Cojones. Naomi Gonzalez-Longstaff shares with I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY how she was determined to create her own space in the beauty industry by being herself. …
 
Most people would agree with the saying “You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.” However, we all do this ALL THE TIME: make assumptions about people because of their demeanor or appearance. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, Nancy John, Co-Founder & CEO of Seed Leadership, talks to us about how her podcast “Relational Introvert”, which h…
 
Needless to say, our team has been very busy sifting through and filling out Requests for Proposals (RFPs), crafting bids for modest and lofty projects, all in a rather successful attempt to keep our small businesses alive and well during the pandemic. So far, so good. In this Roundtable edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, we share some practical t…
 
“Wow! This workshop says that we are facing a tsunami of bereavement due to COVID-19,” texted licensed bereavement and mental healthcare expert Eva Pagán-Hill to I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY’s host Samí Haiman-Marrero just hours after recording this episode. With almost 30 years of experience helping families manage loss, grief, and mental trauma, we in…
 
Class is in session. As we started this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY with Emmy-award winning journalist, author, and documentary-filmmaker Sandra Guzmán, a bell for classes to begin started ringing on the University Campus where she lives. And indeed, Sandra dove right into breaking down social constructs like the patriarchy and its impact on…
 
The recent global social justice movement has compelled large corporations to throw millions of dollars to Black organizations following the same-o-same-o processes that amount to monies not necessarily getting to where they need to be to have an impact on underserved communities and Black-owned businesses. Dr. Kelly Burton, President of Founders o…
 
Meet Janet Kitui, City Council candidate for Edina City, Minnesota, and Alberder Gillespie, the Co-Founder of Black Women Rising who is running for Congress representing Minnesota’s 4th Congressional District. They share with I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY why they both decided to run for office in the first place back in the 2016 and 2018 election cycles…
 
It’s like a war zone. Lake Street was destroyed during recent protests for Justice for George Floyd. This is the account of Nasibu Sareva (African Development Center, African Economic Development Solutions), Jaylani Hussein (Council on American-Islamic Relations-MN), and Henry Jiménez (Latino Economic Development Corporation). With African Economic…
 
Has technology taken over our lives? In this Roundtable Edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY our team has a candid discussion about the major shift in the volume of time we spend glued to electronic devices during quarantine, and our individual approaches in sifting through the bombardment of content to determine what’s worth the time investment or n…
 
In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY we meet with Joe Rapisarda and Mike Figueroa, Co-Editors, and Hosts of The Nonconformist (a financial newsletter and podcast), who explain to us digital currencies such as Bitcoin. In a world where we need to question social constructs and the manipulation of the economy to benefit a few, we tapped into th…
 
MILLIONS of Americans have been laid off and are searching for new employment opportunities. For many, it’s been a very long time since they have looked for a job and much less interviewed online. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, our host Samí Haiman-Marrero talks to Tiffany Osborne, who has over 10 years of experience in workforce devel…
 
SALES 101 is a key skill set that is not taught formally in academic settings, and it’s such a critical aspect of successfully navigating your career path or owning your own business. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, our host Samí Haiman-Marrero talks to old friend and colleague from her days at the New York Post, Peter Smith (aka Smitty…
 
MAJOR HINT FOR JOB SEEKERS: If you are proficient in another language, your foreign language skills could be THE key point of differentiation in landing employment when compared to a monolingual candidate interviewing for the same position. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, we speak to Lisa March, Marketing Strategist for Language Testing…
 
WHO IN THE WORLD QUITS THEIR JOB and successful career in the middle of a global pandemic? Meet Khnuma Simmonds in this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, where she shares with host Samí Haiman-Marrero the reasons she decided to leave her full-time employment as an Executive Director to fully focus on developing her long-time side business headqua…
 
“Follow your bliss”, says Mercedes Jaime, Founder & CEO of Enter-Entra to kick-off this transformational episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY. If your life is caught up experiencing a major shift (personal, professional, entrepreneurial) in the midst of this worldwide pandemic, we encourage you to invest the next 40 minutes into hearing how Mercedes …
 
Working while in quarantine has exposed a lot about universal human behavior and situations that were not OK to share or divulge publicly before stay at home orders were implemented. Some of the stuff we are learning about others is very meaningful and other stuff not so much. In this Roundtable Edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, our crew pokes a …
 
If you are wondering what’s the latest with the Stimulus Package passed by Congress to help families and businesses get through the current economic standstill, tune-in to this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY. Our guest, Gustavo Torres Decos has been a CPA for 15 years, AND he’s been a business owner for 30 years. He’s a friend of the show and s…
 
In the last few weeks, our crew has made some quick adjustments and investments to make up for that 15% of our collaborations that required us to meet in person. For this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY we are launching two new things: First, “Business As Unusual” – an initiative where our team will share collective experiences and ideas on how …
 
In these uncertain times, it’s important to have cheerleaders – and THANK THEM. In this Roundtable Edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, our podcast team members take a moment to recognize and celebrate our personal and professional cheerleaders. We discuss how and what they do to encourage us to be the best versions of ourselves, and why we are so g…
 
One of the big takeaways of the current political landscape of America is the impact of Latino participation on the electoral process and also that they are gaining tremendous economic influence. Basically, Latinos are no longer invisible and they are starting to have some CA$H to invest in what they believe in. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING …
 
It takes some serious cojones to get on the “Entrepreneurship Rollercoaster Ride”. In this Roundtable Edition of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, we share what drove our crew to launch their own businesses and how we navigate entrepreneurship’s peaks and valleys. We explore the pluses and minuses from different perspectives – UdoU Productions, a business t…
 
Johanna López is the first Latina to be elected to the Orange County Florida School Board (home of the City of Orlando), where one-third of the population is Hispanic as well as 40% of the student body K-12. In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, Johanna shares her journey of arrival to the U.S. mainland from Puerto Rico, and how she overcame …
 
Central Florida is booming. Orlando – once known only for housing a famed oversized mouse – is now a major player in tech, finance, real estate, construction, academia and everything in between. A big portion of the population is comprised of “Transplants” from all over the world, including a huge chunk of people from Northern U.S. States who exper…
 
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