Tune in on Wednesday, July 1st, at 8 AM PST for Know the Rules of the GameⓇ Podcast: Black Bill of Rights with your host Desirée Patno, CEO & President of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB), and Special Guest Jasper James, Co-Founder of Allies of Black Lives Matter and Activism Articulated, one of the only advocacy communications firms run by queer, mixed-race women of color. Jasper will enlighten audiences on the “Black Bill of Rights,” a conceptual framework meant to empower Black communities in all facets of American life. Listen: https://www.nawrb.com/podcast/.
Know the Rules of the GameⓇ Podcast: Leading Through Crisis & Chaos. With your host Desiree Patno, CEO & President of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) & Special Guest Davia Temin, President and CEO of Temin and Company. We’re no longer in crisis, we’re in chaos. Here are rules to help you lead – yourselves, your family, company, and community – through crisis and chaos, with honor, integrity, and your reputation intact. From one of the most sought-after crisis strategists in the world.
Know the Rules of the GameⓇ: What are Her Rules? With your host Desiree Patno, CEO & President of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) & Special Guest Charmane H Sellers, Honorable Veteran of the United States Air Force and the President and CEO of ALEON Properties, Inc.
Don't miss Know the Rules of the GameⓇ Podcast for Never Stop Learning on May 27th at 8 AM PST with your host Desiree Patno, CEO & President of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) & Special Guest Vanessa Santos Montanez, Sales & Business Development Manager for the National Specialized Sales & Strategics Markets, US Bank.
Three Rules for Never Stop Learning
1. Never stop learning – invest in yourself.
2. Be a selfless leader. Empower, share, and inspire others.
3. Grow your capital, human capital and social capital.
Special Guest Dr. Chitra Dorai, CEO & President of Amicus Brain Innovations, Inc., AI Scientist, Former IBM Fellow.
Three Rules for Defining the Future
1. Pass the Torch: Give opportunities to future generations of women. Your legacy will be the people you help along the journey.
2. Prepare for the Future: Women with advanced skills today will be ready for tomorrow’s challenges.
3. Lead by Example: Inclusion isn’t enough. Press for parity and strive for excellence in everything.
Know the Rules of the GameⓇ Podcast for Small Business Sustainability with your host and guest Desiree Patno, CEO & President of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB). Small businesses are more sustainable when they secure, protect, diversify and invest their resources efficiently. Business owners have to be proactive in protecting their resources from internal and external threats, plan for short and long term revenue, and adjust with company governance. Sharing my ebb and flow, if I only knew - Know the Rules of the Game to Play the Game!
Know the Rules of the GameⓇ Podcast for Turn the Dial with your host Desiree Patno, CEO & President of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB), and special guests Laura Dietz, CEO of Summit Realty Group; Gay-Lynn Olmos Barnes, CEO of Barnes Real Estate Group; and Sandy Hernandez Miller CEO of Sandy Miller & Associates Inc. Real Estate Brokerage and Consulting Group. Learn how you Turn the Dial in an industry while preserving the Quality of Life and your business opportunities. Listen here, or subscribe to our iTunes for weekly podcasts.
Know the Rules of the GameⓇ for Keeping People Employed & Communities Vibrant with your host Desiree Patno, CEO & President of NAWRB, and special guests Natalie Rubalcava, COO of Orange Council Business Council (OCBC), and Kellie Aamodt, Board Member of Marine Research and Exploration (MARE), NAWRB Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council(NDILC) Member and Retired UPS Vice President of Corporate Inside Sales. Desiree, Natalie and Kellie will talk about the best approach to economic recovery, working with government and academia to enhance communities, and connectivity and housing solutions.
Know the Rules of the GameⓇ for Captivating Graphics with your host Desiree Patno, CEO & President of NAWRB, and special guest Kendall Roderick, Senior Graphic Designer at NAWRB & her husband Ronnie Roderick, Industrial Design Freelancer.
Desiree , Kendall & Ronnie will discuss the 3 Rules of Design: Balance, Contrast, Hierarchy.
Find out what good design means and how you can benefit from the 3 rules of design. If you're starting to design yourself, stay tuned, at the end of this podcast we'll talk about the three things that will make your design fail! It's a great time to learn.
Know the Rules of the GameⓇ Podcast for SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans and PPP with your host Desiree Patno, CEO & President of NAWRB, and special guest Kristy Bain, Lender Relations Specialists at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Desiree and Kristy will discuss important information about the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) Loans, which offers a $10K Loan Advance for small businesses, and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which helps keep small business workers employed by facilitating access to capital to small businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Know the Rules of the GameⓇ Podcast for Leadership Through Turbulent Times, with your host Desiree Patno, NAWRB CEO & President, and special guests Noel Massie, Author, Speaker and Retired UPS Vice President of U.S. Operations, and Kellie Aamodt, Board Member of Marine Research and Exploration (MARE), NAWRB Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC) Member and Retired UPS Vice President of Corporate Inside Sales. “The amount of ‘Times’ your people will support a lack of clarity, poor communication and you leading from a distance? NONE TIMES!,” states Noel Massie.
Welcome to Know the Rules of the Game for Guiding Real Estate Professionals Podcast with your host, Desirée Patno, CEO & President of NAWRB, and Desiree Patno Enterprises, Inc., #1 Top Woman Real Estate Influencer to Follow and guest DeAnn Golden, Senior VP; Managing Broker, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties. DeAnn’s real estate roots date back to 1978 working with her mother and she earned her Real Estate License in 1995, shortly after completing her MBA Degree in Commercial Real Estate, Marketing and Strategic Management. Today's Tip: Show up everyday! https://www.nawrb.com/podcast/
Welcome to Know the Rules of the Game for Intelligent Ocean Management Podcast with your host, Desirée Patno, CEO & President of NAWRB, and guest Kellie Aamodt, Board Member of Marine Research and Exploration (MARE), and Former UPS, VP of Corporate Inside Sales. Desiree and Kellie, along with MARE representatives Erin O'Toole, Director of Development, and Natasha Benjamin, Policy & Outreach Director, discuss important things to know about deep subtidal ecosystems and marine conservation/recovery.
Welcome to Know the Rules of the Game for Elder Financial Abuse Podcast with your host, Desiree Patno joined by her guest Philip C. Marshall founder of Beyond Brooke helping the greater cause of elder justice through advocacy, training, select projects, and fostering multi-disciplinary partnerships.
Your host Desiree Patno interviews Erica Courtney, President, Zulu Time, Founder, 2020Vet, U.S. Army Aviation, Major NATO Gender Advisor
As a U.S. Army veteran having served in various positions to include; military police, scout helicopter pilot and paratrooper. As a trailblazer, she was part of the first group of women to go Cavalry and the first to graduate the Advanced Armor Cavalry Course. Take a moment and listen!
Historically, and even up to today, many black women are treated unfairly due to bias and stereotype.
1. Black women are at or near the bottom of every statistical totem pole (Health, Money and Earnings, Wealth).
2. Damaging archetypes for black women are: mammy (gone with the wind), sapphire (Angry black woman), jezebel (highly sexualized) and the matriarch (women-headed households) We've overcome with Ms. Maggie Lena Walker, first African American bank owned by a female in 1903, Mellody Hobson - President of Ariel Investments, Michelle Obama, Oprah, Ava DuVernay and more.
3. HEALTH Historically, black slaves were experimented on extensively by Dr. James Sims, known as the father of modern gynecology. He performed painful surgeries with no anaesthesia on 17 and 18 year old slaves. He also performed experiments on slave children, using a shoemaker's tool to pry their bones apart and loosen their skulls. He felt blacks were less intelligent than white people. A 2016 Univ. of Virginia study found that a substantial number of white laypeople and medical students and residents hold false beliefs about biological differences between blacks and whites and demonstrates that these beliefs predict racial bias in pain perception and treatment recommendation accuracy. It also provides the first evidence that racial bias in pain perception is associated with racial bias in pain treatment recommendations. Taken together, this work provides evidence that false beliefs about biological differences between blacks and whites continue to shape the way we perceive and treat black people—they are associated with racial disparities in pain assessment and treatment recommendations. Today, black women rate the highest in heart disease, stroke, diabetes, breast cancer, cervical cancer, uterine fibroids, infant mortality and more.
4. SUFFRAGE: The role of black women in the suffragist movement was overlooked, and not recorded in history books. We're approaching the 100-year anniversary in August - and black women are looking for inclusivity. A hundred years ago, the white suffragists posited that the disenfranchisement of black women was a race problem, not a gender problem, and was beyond their writ. When the ticker tape parade occured, black women in the south were being systematically kept from voting. One account mentions that a woman was given a blank piece of paper and was told to answer the questions before she got her voting card.
5. WEALTH: Black women earn 61 cents to the dollar compared to white men. White women, 79%. Oder single black college women with a college degree, average $11,000 in wealth, compared to $384,000 in wealth for white men. Lower wages lead to credit card dependencies and high trade lines, and higher DTIs and higher interest rates when houses are purchased. It also takes longer for a black female to build wealth through homeownership because, property values do not appreciate in black neighborhoods as they do in white neighborhoods.
6. BLACK HAIR: What if it were against the law to wear your hair in a ponytail? Black women are discriminated in the workplace for their natural hair. Now states are passing laws to allow natural hairstyles to be worn, of which California was the first. Currently, it is legal to discriminate against a person in the workplace or in schools because of their natural or protective hairstyle in all states except for California, New York, and New Jersey. Hair discrimination remains a source of racial injustice with serious economic consequences for Black people.
Welcome to the fifth episode of the Know the Rules of the Game Podcast for Couples in Business with guest Jay Jones. Desiree and her husband Jay, discuss what it's like being married for twenty-nine years and navigating the world of business as a couple.
About Your Host: Desiree Patno is the CEO & President of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) and Desirée Patno Enterprises, Inc. (DPE) Real Estate Brokerage, Advisor & Investor for AmicusBrain—AI for Aging Population, CSO for ZuluTime, Publisher, Connector and a National Speaker, her network and wealth of knowledge crosses a vast economic footprint. With three decades specializing in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem and owning her own successful brokerage, she leads her executive team’s expertise of Social Impact, Gender Equality and Access to Capital, and provides personalized advisory services to the Real Estate and Family Office community. She resides on the Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) Leadership Advisory Council and Enterprising Women Advisory Board.
Welcome to the fourth episode of the Know the Rules of the Game Podcast for Access to Capital Small Businesses with guest Sylvia Gutierrez, Economic Development Specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration.
About Your Host Desiree Patno: As the CEO & President of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) and Desirée Patno Enterprises, Inc. (DPE) Real Estate Brokerage, Advisor & Investor for AmicusBrain—AI for Aging Population, CSO for ZuluTime, Publisher, Connector and a National Speaker my network and wealth of knowledge crosses a vast economic footprint. With three decades specializing in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem and owning my own successful brokerage, I lead my executive team’s expertise of Social Impact, Gender Equality and Access to Capital, and provides personalized advisory services to the Real Estate and Family Office community. I reside on the Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) Leadership Advisory Council and Enterprising Women Advisory Board.
In honor of National Human Trafficking Prevention Month in January, NAWRB's CEO & President, Desiree Patno, interviews Joshua Travers, Executive Director, Private Investigation Manager, Saved In America to discuss the nation's ongoing epidemic of child exploitation and human trafficking in the United States. Joshua Travers served in the United States Marine Corps from 2007-2015 serving in Iraq in 2009. He has been a licensed Private Investigator since 2004 and is currently the Case Manager for Saved In America as well as serving on the board for the National Association for Missing and Exploited Children. Joshua has spoken all over the country on the matter of Child Exploitation and Sex Trafficking and was appointed, along with his father, to the Human Trafficking Information Exchange Committee organized by the Office of Human Trafficking and Smuggling in Washington, DC.
In honor of National Mentoring Month, we interview Hyepin Im, CEO & Founder of Faith and Community Empowerment (FACE) on what it means to empower others. To help people achieve their dreams of financial security and growth, NAWRB and FACE signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to empower the next generation to manage their assets and build their wealth. The vision of FACE, formerly KCCD, is to advance the Asian American community’s participation, contribution, and influence through faith-based and community partnerships. Together, the organizations will help each other achieve the individual missions and shared goals of realizing women’s economic growth and increasing diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the housing ecosystem.