Non-profit businesses struggle with diversity in leadership and in the boardroom. Mr. Jose Dominguez takes on this difficult subject and provides some practical solutions to overcome the hidden barriers of board diversity and inclusion.
For this episode we talk with Metropolitan Educational Solutions (MES) on the topic of affordable housing. Ms. Stephanie Strianse and Ms. Jamelia Hampton give first-hand accounts of how they support homeless and low income families and individuals in Washington DC. Our Nation’s Capitol has over 7,000 people in need of affordable housing. MES is on the front line of the fight against Homelessness and Hunger in Washington DC.
For this episode we talk with US Army, General, Arthur Dean about the Salute for Service 5K Race for the Homeless in Loudoun County. General Dean has lead the effort to bring awareness to substance abuse issues for more than 20 years. He has received a number of awards and spoke in front of congress several ties to advocate for change in substance abuse policies. General Dean is also a member of Episilon Zeta Boule. Epsilon Zeta Boule help homeless and low income people in Loudoun County.
In this episode we take a hard look at the substance abuse recovery process. Ms. Glenda Dedmon and Ms. Valencia Donaldson give firsthand accounts of caring for people in recovery. We examine the rise opioid abuse and recover from the emergency room through detoxification to successful recovery. Please listen and share with your friends. This episode is very eye opening.