This podcast shares stories, opinions and ideas from men and women who lead in their towns, schools, counties and state. Follow this podcast for a unique perspective direct from the leaders on issues that matter to what you believe and where you live.
NIKKI TIERNEY - Middletown resident, mom of four, former lawyer, earned her masters in social work at Monmouth University and tirelessly volunteers and helps others who are going through addiction or other crisis situations. Nikki talks about criminal reform issues related to the substance abuse epidemic and how her challenges to overcome are shared with so many. In this podcast, elected officials can hear how they can be the face and the force behind positive change. It starts with Governor Murphy - listen, learn and act.
Rob Stolker is an entrepreneur, author and proud dad of four beautiful daughters. He is on the cutting edge of safety in the sport of girls lacrosse. Join him as he shares his story about his new book and what legislators can do in New Jersey to foster gender equity in sports. His new book “it’s a no-brainer” is on sale on a October 21st! Buy it on Amazon on that day and make a statement for girls sports safety. See more at robstolker.com tod
A deeper look into the work and world of Congressman Chris Smith - the interview spans a range of major issues confronting our country and our world. Including: landmark legislation he wrote to combat human trafficking - the challenge of Lyme disease - awareness and advocacy for autism - China’s human rights abuses and its failure on fentanyl. He speaks to the pandemic, to our healthcare heroes, law enforcement and educators. Smith also notes his work on behalf of our senior citizens and military veterans. Total time is approximately an hour and twenty minutes - listen to it all for knowledge of these important issues and an understanding of Congressman Chris Smith’s body of work on behalf of your family. the United States of America and the world community.
This podcast is a discussion of the journey of Ilsee Hoo - through her pageant success and her platform and as an advocate for victims and survivors of domestic abuse - she discusses legislation that she believes is very important to pass
Freeholder Sue Kiley is serving her first 3 year term on the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders. She is the Board Liaison to the Human Services Department, and the Board of Health. She has spearheaded the Monmouth ACTS program and the Financial Recovery Initiative.
Prior to joining the Freeholder Board, Freeholder Kiley served Hazlet on the Township Committee since 2014 as a Committeewoman, Deputy Mayor and Mayor. During her time in office, Freeholder Kiley served on the Land Use Board, Open Space Committee, Environmental and Economic Development Committees. She created programs for seniors, disabled veterans and small local businesses.
Jack Ciattarelli has a plan of action for the state of New Jersey - in this episode he talks pensions, taxes, healthcare and business climate with a special message for Police Fire and First Aid, the Education Community and the Citizens of the State of New Jersey.
New Jersey State Assemblyman Gerry Scharfenberger from Legislative district 13 reviews a mandatory vaccination bill which would force families to vaccinate children as young as six months old - he discusses this and other topics of interest to citizens in this podcast.