Attorney Kelly Hyman Will Be Teaching A 1-Day Trial Skills Workshop with Jesse Wilson on August 26, 2020

Attorney Kelly Hyman

DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, April 3, 2020 / — Attorney Kelly Hyman, the owner of The Hyman Law Firm, P.A., will be teaching a workshop with acclaimed trial skills and advocacy expert Jesse Wilson of Tell the Winning Story. In the one-day event, Wilson and Kelly Hyman will teach attendees to master the “eight fundamentals of breakthrough communication” to become master storytellers in the courtroom and beyond. The CLE Trial Skills Workshop is Aug. 26 at the Cottonwood Center for the Arts in Colorado Springs.

Like lawyer Kelly Hyman, Wilson has an extensive background in theater. The Juilliard-trained actor and director spent decades working in film and stage before founding Tell the Winning Story, his acclaimed trial skills and communications consultancy and education firm. For the past several years, Wilson has focused on teaching lawyers the secrets of the theater to help them connect with and motivate juries and judges.

“The true power of a story always comes from inside us, the storyteller. And the path to developing a winning story begins with the trial lawyer owning their own story,” Wilson said. “Tell the Winning Story provides attorneys the difference between telling a ‘hidden, safe, surface story,’ and powerfully connecting to a story that goes right to the heart of their audience, whomever that audience happens to be.”

The August Tell the Winning Story CLE Trial Skills Workshop is open to lawyers of all specialties, including criminal defense, personal injury, and medical malpractice. However, space is limited to 20 participants. To learn more or register, visit

More on Attorney Kelly Hyman
Lawyer Kelly Hyman is the owner of The Hyman Law Firm, P.A. She has contributed to many high-profile cases on significant matters including tobacco, water contamination, and transvaginal mesh and bladder slings. Kelly Hyman has also participated in federal court multi-district litigation discovery committee common benefit work for various mass torts projects.

A member of the Florida Bar, Colorado Bar, the Washington D.C. Bar, the New York Bar, as well as the American Association for Justice and the former President of the Federal Bar, Palm Beach Chapter, Kelly Hyman is a Democrat political and legal analyst. Attorney Kelly Hyman has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows. These include Law & Crime, CourtTV, Fox News, The Ingraham Angle, and Fox and Friends First. She has also appeared on the Ethan Bearman show, "Issues and Ideas" with Chris DeBellow, "The Whistleblower" with Mychal Wilson and the "Jiggy Jaguar" radio show. Her book, “Top 10 Reasons to Dump Trump in 2020” was released late last year.

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FBI Veteran Bryan Paarmann: Applying His Former FBI Experience To Leadership

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FBI veteran Bryan Paarmann's FBI experience has allowed him to demonstrate quality leadership.

NANUET, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 3, 2020 / — Bryan Paarmann's FBI experience has served him well as he applies these experiences to the world of leadership. His long term commitment to public service allows him to utilize his unique experiences and apply them to an ever-changing landscape. Ever since Bryan Paarmann graduated from West Point, he has dedicated himself to helping others.

This is how Bryan Paarmann became an FBI veteran. He's spent his entire life serving his country in various capacities. Bryan Paarmann has a wide field of experience, whether it is serving as an infantry officer for the US Army or working tirelessly to rid the streets of dangerous criminals and terrorists in his former capacity with the FBI.

Public service means everything to Bryan Paarmann. Bryan Paarmann joined the FBI back in 1996 and he was able to carry on a proud family legacy by doing so. His father served for the FBI for a 28-year-old period, stretching from 1952 to 1980. As a second-generation FBI agent, Bryan Paarmann carried on a family tradition of honorable service to the nation.

He proudly honored his family legacy by accepted his father's FBI credential number which was presented to him upon graduation from the FBI Academy by his father himself. For Bryan Paarmann, FBI service was a way of life and a calling. Bryan Paarmann's FBI work took him to all sorts of disparate locales. He spent time in offices all around the country and the world and this is how he sharpened his leadership skills.

Since Bryan Paarmann contributed to a variety of cases in so many locations, this gave him a foundation of experience to build upon. He was given a great deal of responsibility in ever-increasing leadership roles with the FBI. Serving as the head of the NY Joint Terrorism Task Force was the pinnacle of his career. Bryan Paarmann’s FBI experience also extends to their Criminal and National Security mandates.

While he has retired from active service with the FBI, Bryan still remains committed to public service. The assignments that he received with the FBI consistently grew and he was entrusted with greater levels of responsibility. The scope of his assignments also increased over the course of time.

The lessons that he learned from the FBI can easily be applied to his current leadership. After leading one of the nation's most dynamic multi-organizational counter-terrorism teams, Bryan Paarmann has seen and managed a great deal of significant crisis situations. The decades that he has spent handling various FBI duties have prepared him for a wide variety of possible situations that could come his way.
Great leadership depends on an ability to be flexible and adaptable. The best leaders are able to conform to and manage any situation that is placed in front of them and Bryan's FBI service has given him the tools that he needs to be able to accomplish this. After his honorable retirement from the FBI, Bryan is now positioned to continue in a leadership role and apply the lessons he has learned to a new position in his next chapter of service.

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ArtMattan Films joins new Virtual Cinema landscape

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The Citizen is a “poignant drama” – Chicago Reader

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ArtMattan Films participates in the Art House Virtual Cinema initiative launched in response to the coronavirus related theater shutdowns.

Film is a powerful social media and a powerful source and tool for change. It is important for filmmakers to realize and use their power through their film making.”

— Diarah N'Daw-Spech, ArtMattan Productions

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, April 3, 2020 / — The New York based company ArtMattan Productions started its activities in 1993 spotlighting international cinema directed by and focusing on people of color all over the world.

The company’s film distribution arm, ArtMattan Films has brought to the US market remarkable stories like Kirikou and the Sorceress by Michel Ocelot (Cannes), The Tracker by Rolf de Heer (Telluride), Gospel Hill by Giancarlo Esposito (Woodstock), White Lies by Dana Rotberg (TIFF), Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba by Mika Kaurismäki (Berlinale, Tribeca), Foreign Body by Raja Amari (TIFF) and The Citizen by Roland Vranik (Berlinale).

ArtMattan Films most recent acquisitions include The Last Tree by Shola Amoo (Sundance); Made in Bangladesh by Rubaiyat Hossain (TIFF), Uncovered by Zuko Nodada (Durban), 2 Weeks in Lagos by Kathryn Fasegha (Cannes Market) and Marighella by Wagner Moura (Berlinale).

With a library of more than 100 titles built over the last 27 years, ArtMattan Films is happy to participate in the Virtual Cinema initiative, a collaboration between Art House cinemas and distributors launched in response to the coronavirus related theater shutdowns.

Today, ArtMattan Films is joining other distributors by launching its ARTMATTAN FILMS VIRTUAL CINEMA to make available to Art House movie theaters 10 films from its library of international favorites.

Diarah N’Daw-Spech, the co-founder of ArtMattan Productions explains “a number of filmmakers have used films to make social commentaries directly tied to serious issues in their communities. Film is a powerful social media and a powerful source and tool for change. It is important for filmmakers in general and filmmakers of color in particular to realize and use their power through their film making.”

Now, with digital distribution, theaters can share these meaningful stories with their audiences.

The films available to theaters through ARTMATTAN FILMS VIRTUAL CINEMA are:

"Writer/director Amari adeptly captures the anxiety of the undocumented, and star Hannachi expertly conveys Samia's shifts from panicked to poised.” ~ NOW Toronto

“2 Weeks in Lagos paints a dynamic and vigorous canvas of the city and its vibrancy. Efficiently performed by a stellar cast, well written with accurate humor and unexpected twists, it’s an accomplished, sensitive and timely romantic comedy.” ~ Brazilian Press

"Tazzeka has a lot to say about the passion that fuels people, the way society treats immigrants, and how those two elements interrelate." ~ Film Threat

"A careful, compassionate and beautifully acted character drama with a social conscience." ~ New York Times

"This is a brilliant combination of ethnomusicology and history enhanced by superlative performances." ~

"The director composes a haunting puzzle about moral standards, trust and cultural clashes." ~ Brazilian Press

“Thierry Michel signs a work as shattering as it is fascinating.” ~ Metro

"Outstanding both as neo-film noir and as a penetrating examination of class relations in Egypt that helps explain the continuation of capitalist oligarchic rule." ~

“Uncovered delves into a number of the country’s most sensitive subjects such as land and the political culture, breaking boundaries into uncharted territories for a South African production.” ~

“A bruising study of a female police officer in Lima…” ~ Sight and Sound

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THE CITIZEN (AZ ALLAMPOLGAR) – “A careful, compassionate and beautifully acted character drama with a social conscience.” ~ The New York Times

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Teresa Ombres of Provorce to be Featured on Close Up Radio

GREAT NECK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 3, 2020 / — Mediation and collaborative divorce are fundamentally different from how people normally go through the divorce process. They are better, more amicable, and often less expensive ways of resolving divorce cases.

Teresa Ombres is the founder of Provorce, where she helps couples and individuals smooth the course of divorce and separation through a unique approach designed to minimize clients’ emotional stress and financial costs.

“Provorce is the place to go if you don’t want your divorce to be a nightmare,” says Teresa. “It’s positive instead of negative. It’s all of the pros and none of the cons. People just don't know that they can do this a different way.”

According to Teresa, in order to get a divorce, you have to have a judge sign a judgment. In order for a judge to sign a judgment, you have to have a lawsuit where there's a plaintiff and the defendant. So divorce is set up from the beginning to be adversarial.

A lawyer’s job is to advocate zealously for her client’s position. But Teresa says that approach does not always serve the best interests of the children or the mental health of the family. Teresa’s goal is to help divorcing couples work out these issues on their own, being mindful of what works best for all family members. It’s conversational, collaborative, and she’s always looking for ways to help clients understand each other and create solutions that work for all.”

“Divorces become nightmares when people litigate in court and lose total control of the process, the cost and the outcome,” says Teresa. “People come to mediation because they know they don't want the nightmare of litigation. They know they don't want to spend a fortune on lawyers. They know they don't want to hurt their kids. So my job is to guide them through the process with those goals top of mind. I believe people want to do the right thing, and we can help them do it the right way.”

Teresa was part of the first group of New York City lawyers to be trained in Collaborative Divorce in 2001. Supported by mental health professionals and even financial specialists, Teresa facilitates the conversation to find solutions from day one.

“Mediation is not judgmental, and I found that liberating,” says Teresa. “All this stuff can be worked out in a creative problem-solving kind of way. Litigation should be the last alternative.”

At this point in the Coronavirus crisis, courts are closed except for emergencies. More and more people are turning to mediation and collaborative practice to get through their divorces. Mediators and Collaborative lawyers are using videoconferencing to keep in touch with clients and help navigate the unique challenges created by schools being closed, parents out of work and social distancing.

Close Up Radio will feature Teresa Ombres in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on April 6th at 12pm EDT and with Jim Masters on April 13th at 12pm EDT

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Dr. Charles Sutera, Rahim Fazal and Jon Pardew Take a Moment to Help Others with Fotis Georgiadis

Dr. Charles Sutera, founder of Aesthetic Smile Reconstruction

Dr. Charles Sutera, founder of Aesthetic Smile Reconstruction

Rahim Fazal, founder of SV Academy

Rahim Fazal, founder of SV Academy

Jon Pardew, CCRM’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

Jon Pardew, CCRM’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

They each bring their own life story in the hopes they can spark someone else to rise above the noise.

Become less impressed with how things are and more involved with how things could be.”

— Dr. Charles Sutera, founder of Aesthetic Smile Reconstruction

GREENWICH, CT, USA, April 3, 2020 / — Fotis Georgiadis, owner of the blog by his namesake, is a branding and image consultant specialist with a robust background and is a visionary interviewer. With a knack for pulling out a well-rounded interview, not only covering cutting edge technologies and corporate directions but also bringing out the personal side of the interviewee.

Resilience and increased employee diversity are discussed in recent interviews by Fotis Georgiadis. Both of these topics tie into branding and image, and with Fotis Georgiadis' skills, are strengthened further for those interviewed.

A fascinating interview with Dr. Charles Sutera and overcoming serious challenges early on in life are brought to life by Fotis Georgiadis. Resilience at its best. Read on:

Dr. Charles Sutera, founder of Aesthetic Smile Reconstruction
Resilience is like a muscle that can be strengthened. In your opinion, what are 5 steps that someone can take to become more resilient? Please share a story or an example for each.

Become less impressed with how things are and more involved with how things could be
I always go back to the fear and uncertainty around my father’s leukemia. At the time, the way things “were” was very bleak. But we didn’t focus on the 5% survival rate; we focused all our energies on what “could be.” We believe he could beat the odds and he did.
Become obsessed with the things that inspire you
It doesn’t matter what it is. You never know where that inspiration and obsession may take you. Did people expect 7-year-old me to actually become a dentist? Probably not, but here I am.
Become obsessed with the outcome of those things
Process is important and has its place, but your focus should be on the outcome. Don’t get so focused on the “right” process that you lose sight of the end goal. My goal was to become the best and offer patients something more than standard general dentistry. If I had followed the standard process, I would either have gone into practice as a general dentist after completing my residency or gone on to a single specialty residency. I wanted to bring together several specialties and I wanted to learn from the best, so I did. There was no process for doing that, but it didn’t matter. I knew what I wanted to achieve, so I created my own roadmap.
Appreciate yourself, respect others
Everyone struggles. Everyone has doubts. That’s just the human condition. Appreciate what you have and what you have to give. When you do that, I think respect for others follows naturally.
Believe. In yourself, in possibilities, in hope. It was a risk reaching out to the best dental specialists in the world for further training instead of going into practice like most of my peers. But I believed that it was the best way to achieve my goals and went for it. Worth every minute of your time to read the full interview here.

Diversity can affect a corporate image. Fotis Georgiadis helps companies strengthen or even rebuild their image and brand. Read along below as Fotis Georgiadis interviews Rahim Fazal.

Rahim Fazal, founder of SV Academy
This may be obvious to you, but it is not intuitive to many people. Can you articulate to our readers five ways that increased diversity can help a company’s bottom line. (Please share a story or example for each.)

Firstly, the data shows that companies with above-average diversity on their management teams make more money. A study from the Boston Consulting Group showed that these companies reported 19% higher innovation revenue — 45% of total revenue versus just 26%. Additionally, Forbes noted how firms high in diversity makeup are 35% more likely to have financial returns above the national industry means. A more diverse company isn’t just an ideal — it’s a practical solution.

You’ve also got to factor the connections you make with consumers. Diversity isn’t some fantastical concept. It’s reality, and people want these companies to reflect their life experiences. If companies show that they can understand and reflect what everyone — and not just a part of that population — goes through, it really builds trust.

Diversity increases productivity in the workplace, too. Fostering that environment of inclusion really boosts workplace morale, and employees feel more committed to the company and work harder knowing that the people they work for care about these issues.

Additionally, with diversity in the workplace comes fresh ideas. You’ve got people from all walks of life bringing fresh material to the table, drawing on unique experiences to breathe fresh life into the company. Diversity helps to stave off that creative stagnation.

Similarly, a company that’s accepting of all people is obviously going to attract a larger pool of talent. Glassdoor found that over two thirds of jobseekers care about workplace diversity when looking at potential employers. If you neglect diversity, you neglect an immense number of talented and qualified potential employees. And that’s something we’re really trying to show here at SV Academy. The complete interview can be found here.

Building an image and/or brand isn't a once and done process. It requires continual effort and Fotis Georgiadis provides a solid service to help with both image and brands. Jon Pardew discusses resilience in the interview with Fotis Georgiadis, and in the excerpt below, covers a number of areas where people learn and strengthen their resilience.

Jon Pardew, CCRM’s President and Chief Executive Officer
Resilience is like a muscle that can be strengthened. In your opinion, what are 5 steps that someone can take to become more resilient? Please share a story or an example for each.

Resilience to me is about three things. First, execute. CCRM is growing at an extraordinary pace. My style has always been to trust my team, say yes, go, do — sometimes earlier than what feels comfortable. On the whole, that worked out well.
Second, when executing early doesn’t pan out, learn from mistakes and improve for the next time. There’s almost always a next time. I’ve done this by building an informal “advisory board” in my executive team at CCRM. When one of us missteps, we debrief and assess, pivot, and execute again — this keeps us accountable.
Last, it’s about sharing that lesson, so others don’t have to fumble through. I find sharing my stories helps others find their own pattern of resilience. And I’ve said this many times, but it’s worth repeating. It’s not as bad as you think; it will be better in the morning. Read more about resilience and Jon Pardew's interview here.

Teaching and helping others strengthen or rebuild their brand/image is seen first hand in these interviews by Fotis Georgiadis. Don't wait until it is in the 'toilet', get up and get to work fixing your brand/image and get Fotis Georgiadis' help to do it right.

About Fotis Georgiadis
Fotis Georgiadis is the founder of DigitalDayLab. Fotis Georgiadis is a serial entrepreneur with offices in both Malibu and New York City. He has expertise in marketing, branding and mergers & acquisitions. Fotis Georgiadis is also an accomplished VC who has successfully concluded five exits. Fotis Georgiadis is also a contributor to Authority Magazine, Thrive Global & several others.

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New Jersey US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate Has Endorsed the Lawyers at the Law firm of KVO to Help a Navy Veteran with Lung Cancer in New Jersey Get Compensated If They Also Had Asbestos Exposure

"We have endorsed the lawyers at the law firm of KVO because they share our passion in doing everything possible to ensure a Navy Veteran-person with asbestos exposure lung cancer gets compensated. ”

— New Jersey US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate

TRENTON , NEW JERSEY, USA, April 3, 2020 / — The New Jersey US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate says, "We have endorsed the lawyers at the law firm of Karst von Oiste-KVO to assist a Navy Veteran or person with lung cancer who also had heavy to extreme exposure to asbestos in the service or at work. As we would like to discuss anytime at 800-714-0303 most people like this do not realize the $30 billion dollar-asbestos trust funds were set up for them too. The typical person we are trying to identify are over 60 years old. Even if a person like this smoked cigarettes-their compensation might exceed a hundred thousand dollars.

"The reason we have endorsed the lawyers at the law firm of Karst von Oiste-KVO is because they share our passion in doing everything possible to ensure a Navy Veteran or person with asbestos exposure lung cancer gets compensated. The remarkable lawyers at the law firm of Karst von Oiste-KVO are responsible for over a billion dollars in financial compensation for people with asbestos exposure lung cancer and mesothelioma. For direct access to the lawyers at the law firm of Karst von Oiste-KVO please call 800-714-0303 anytime."

The New Jersey US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate is offering to assist a Navy Veteran or person with asbestos exposure lung cancer in New Jersey organize the how, where and when they were exposed to asbestos. They call this free service the 'list' and it is this vital information that becomes the foundation for a compensation claim as the would be happy to explain at 800-714-0303. https://NewJersey.USNavyLungCancer.Com

The New Jersey US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate’s free services are available to people with asbestos exposure lung cancer or mesothelioma in Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison, Toms River, Trenton or anywhere in New Jersey. https://NewJersey.USNavyLungCancer.Com

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in New Jersey include US Navy Veterans, a worker at one of New Jersey’s half dozen plus power plants, oil refinery workers, manufacturing or industrial workers, chemical plant workers, public utility workers, plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, mill workers, printers, welders, boiler technicians, or construction workers. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s or 1980’s.

The US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate says, “If your husband, dad, coworker or neighbor has just been diagnosed with lung cancer and you know they had significant exposure to asbestos in the navy, at a shipyard or while working at a factory, at power plant, public utility, or as a plumber, electrician welder, mechanic or any kind of skilled trades group in any state please have them call us anytime at 800-714-0303. Most people like this never get compensated-even though the asbestos trust funds were set up for them too. We are trying to change this sad fact.” https://USNavyLungCancer.Com

According to the American Cancer Society for nonsmokers who have been exposed to asbestos in their workplace the risk of lung cancer is five times that of unexposed workers.

States with the highest incidence of lung cancer include Kentucky, West Virginia, Maine, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ohio, Indiana, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Alabama, and Delaware.

However, asbestos exposure lung cancer can happen in any state including California, New York, Texas, Florida, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Arizona, Washington, Oregon or Alaska.

For more information about asbestos exposure please visit the NIH’s website on this topic:

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HIP Video Promo presents: Head Fake premieres simple, profound "I'm Found" music video on

Head Fake

Head Fake – EP2

The irresistible groove radiates optimism, satisfaction, and hard-won wisdom.

NEW YORK, NY, USA, April 3, 2020 / — Watch "I'm Found" by Head Fake on

Few images are as quintessentially American as the silhouette of a cowboy on a horse. Put that horse in motion – on a plain, for instance, or in the company of other animals at a rodeo – and you've got something that speaks powerfully to the national psyche. The same thing can be said about the verities of popular music, and that sense of freedom and transcendence that great rock songwriting provides. It is, in short, classic, and the classics never beg to be ratified by fashion.

That's something that the members of Head Fake know instinctively. They're not in it for personal glorification; in fact, they barely show their faces. These three semi-anonymous musicians representing London, New Jersey, and Miami prefer to let the music speak for itself. And when it speaks, it does so in a language that everybody understands. The group's songs are simultaneously propulsive and austere, exciting and ruminative, poised and deliciously immediate. The guys in Head Fake don't need to tell you that they're industry veterans whove been making music for decades. That experience is evident in every note they play.

EP2 may be a five-song release, but it hardly feels brief. Instead, it displays the range of these musicians, and their heart, too. They can be as swaggering as they are on "Cigarette," and as tender and confessional as they are on the gorgeous "Song For Daughters." "I'm Found," the band's latest single, is an absolute sizzler from the first solidly-struck electric piano chord. Echoes of all the group's antecedents, from the Stones to the Stone Roses, are audible in the mix. All the overtures to the classics are deeply felt and fully realized: call-and-response vocals rooted deeply in the blues and gospel tradition, hand percussion, guitar skronk and springy bass, statements of purpose. This irresistible groove radiates optimism, satisfaction, and hard-won wisdom.

In the clip for "I'm Found," we're shown typical Americans engaged in the sorts of activities that bring true contentment: stable-hands tending to the needs of their charges, couples in love slow-dancing on the railroad tracks, motorcyclists streaking through forest paths. Yet as familiar as these people might seem, none of this footage is ordinary. The slow-motion shots of bull-riding highlight the skills of the cowboys and the beauty and power of the animals. The cyclists take on the roads at high speed with their hands off of the handlebars. Even the lovers are shot in a manner that makes them seem nearly mythological. The message is clear: our simplest gestures are often our most profound.

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Military Relocation Professional

I appreciate their service to our country and the tremendous sacrifices that their families make in service to our Country. I am here for them on all levels.”

— Stephanie Peters

GOODYEAR, ARIZONA, USA, April 3, 2020 / — Stephanie Peters is an extremely warm, generous, kind-hearted and accomplished Real Estate Agent with Libertas Real Estate Agency in Surprise, Arizona, which is near Luke Air Force Base in Goodyear.

Stephanie was a “Military-Brat,” as her father, Ralph Kittle, traveled around the world in the Navy as a 1st Gunners’ Mate, touring Vietnam and Korea.

Stephanie was born in California, where her dad was stationed, and she graduated from Hilton High School in Rochester, New York, where the family relocated. She was the first female to work the flexographic press machine at Eastman Kodak and took that knowledge with her when she moved to Las Vegas, Nevada and eventually to Surprise, Arizona. Not wanting to work in an office environment anymore, and desiring flexibility and independence, Stephanie decided to become a Real Estate Agent. She says, “My Broker, Justin Thorstad is amazing! He implemented ‘Agent Evolution’ for our team and is also our life-coach.”

Because Stephanie is a “Military Brat,” she is dedicated to helping Veteran and Active-Duty Military families buy or sell a home. She earned her Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification in order to let Military Members know that she is qualified to assist them. “I recently had a wonderful experience with a retired Veteran.” She says, “He had been dealing with an online lender who claimed to be ‘Military-Friendly.’ When he told me that the lender wanted him to pay $6.000.00 down on a house, I was flabbergasted. He was actually going to pay that amount because he didn’t know the details of how the VA loan worked. I asked the lender for a Net-Sheet to show all approximate fees, loan estimates, Titles, etc. and he couldn’t break it down nor would he put anything in writing. I called one of my lending partners, J.C. Shea of Academy Mortgage and told him I had a VA client. After explaining the situation to him, we were able to help him purchase a nice home with zero down. He was elated because I saved him thousands of dollars”!

It is imperative for Stephanie to steer people in the right direction and away from the banks. She had another VA client who was going to go with USSA. She recalls, “He had been through a foreclosure and didn’t think he could use his VA loan again, as he had lost his benefits. We looked into his eligibility and sure enough, he qualified and I found a beautiful home for him. “

Growing up in a Military family, Stephanie understands that there is constant change in Military life. She believes that moving around a lot as a young child gave her a very strong backbone because she was always the new kid on the block. Her family never owned a home, they always rented, therefore it is important to Stephanie to teach the younger people to invest in a home and create wealth for their future, rather than paying someone else’s mortgage by renting.

“Being able to help them understand the VA loan and what they should purchase is my way of giving back. I appreciate their service to our country and the tremendous sacrifices that their families make in service to our Country. I am here for them on all levels.”

Stephanie is in close proximity to Luke Air Force Base and works in Goodyear, Surprise, Phoenix, Litchfield Park and surrounding areas. She lives with her husband, Tad, and their 3 beloved Boston Terriers, Manny, JuJu and Buster.

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Next Century Spirits & Lonerider Brewing Company begin large-scale production and distribution of hand sanitizer

NCS & Lonerider Brewing Co.join forces against the spread of COVID-19 by producing industrial scale quantities of hand sanitizer for local communities & beyond.

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, April 2, 2020 / — Local advanced technology and spirits company, Next Century Spirits, is producing and distributing disinfectant hand sanitizer made from alcohol distilled on-premise in Durham, NC. Next Century is partnering with Lonerider Brewing Company to primarily supply the demand for local hospitals, medical facilities, law enforcement, first responders and military organizations.

To support communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, Next Century Spirits will produce approximately 5,000 gallons of hospital grade sanitizer to support primarily hospitals, medical facilities, EMT’s and military personnel during this unprecedented health crisis. The product will also be made available to small businesses and consumers to keep their workers and families safe from the virus. “We are equipped with ingredients needed to make traditional sanitizers and want to help those on the front lines combating this pandemic as supply runs low in medical facilities,” said Scott Bolin, CEO of Next Century Spirits. “In lieu of making spirits, which is our primary product, we are making sanitizer to first keep our community healthy and also continue to employ those who support our distribution and production during this time of uncertainty where innovation is paramount.”

The Next Century Spirits formulation is a rinse-free and hospital-grade disinfectant sanitizer that kills 99.99% of harmful bacteria on hands and multi-surface areas. The sanitizer is being sold at a highly discounted rate to support facilities protecting local communities. Next Century Spirits is a local startup founded by entrepreneurs and technology born out of NC State University, together with Lonerider Brewing Company and other Durham distilleries, they will continue to produce enough sanitizer to meet the immediate demand, while keeping staff employed to serve the community’s medical and first responders, until the crisis subsides.

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Source: EIN Presswire

ShowStoppers launches online press events with products, services to stay healthy, connected as COVID-19 changes world

AUSTIN, TX, USA, April 2, 2020 / — ShowStoppers launches online broadcast press events
With tools, products & services from five tech companies
For staying healthy and connected as COVID-19 changes the world

ShowStoppers® today launched an online broadcast edition of the in-person press events it organizes at CES, IFA, Mobile World Congress, CEATEC, NAB Show and other tradeshows around the world.

The pilot edition of “ShowStoppers TV” featured five technology companies with tools, products and services for staying healthy and connected as COVID-19 changes everything.

“We know how challenging it is now to do business, to make a difference,” said Dave Leon, partner, ShowStoppers. “We believe ShowStoppers TV builds on our extensive event production experience to create showcase events on the digital screen that help multiple companies connect with journalists in order to launch new products and services that cope with today’s new realities.”

More than 50 journalists and columnists attended the one-hour pilot broadcast, organized as a virtual press conference. Each company presented for five to ten minutes, with questions moderated by Ed Baig, former tech columnist for USA Today. At the end of the broadcast, each company hosted a “breakout” electronic conference to continue the conversation with specific questions from journalists.

The presenting companies included:

• CarePredict – Ft. Lauderdale, FL. – which announced an AI-powered contact-tracing toolset to stop the spread of COVID-19 in nursing homes and senior living facilities.
• The Internet of Things Consortium – New York City – which announced that member partners will prioritize and drive the development of devices, platforms and services for connected health, wellness and wearables for every level of care – from preventive to emergency.
• MaxPro – Detroit, MI. – which demonstrated compact fitness units equivalent to a gym full of machines for users with cabin fever who can’t make trips to gyms, parks or beaches while in lockdown.
• Numa – Oakland, CA. – which announced it will help Main Street businesses stay responsive to customers during the Coronavirus Crisis by making its AI-powered virtual receptionist and concierge answering service free for at least two months.
• Terawatt – an online service that connects adult students to talented career coaches — which announced it will offer career-coaching classes at steep discounts – with some free classes – as huge changes tear through job markets.

About ShowStoppers

Now in its 25th year, ShowStoppers is the global leader in producing press and business events spanning the U.S., Europe and Asia; ShowStoppers TV is a new online broadcast edition of the in-person events. Each event organizes product launches, sneak previews and demonstrations for selected journalists, bloggers, industry and financial analysts, venture capitalists and business executives. Industry leaders, innovators and startups exhibit to generate news coverage and product reviews, make new connections, promote their brand and open new markets.

ShowStoppers produces official press events at CES, CE Week, IFA and NAB; partners with CEATEC; and produces events during CES and other tradeshows.

To sign up to meet the press at ShowStoppers press events online at ShowStoppers TV and in-person around the world, contact Dave Leon, +1 845 638 3527; or Lauren Merel, +1 908-692-6068, or Jennifer Hall, +44 7923378991.

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Source: EIN Presswire