Demarcus and Melissa McGaughey, siblings that are taking the world by storm. Although very different they do have one thing in common, their entrepreneur mindset. Listen as they discuss their careers, reminisce on the paths they took to become successful entrepreneurs, and suggest advice to people interested in pursuing entrepreneurship.
The president has been elected, no more talk about politics right? Wrong. Kenneth McClary, the youngest member to serve on the Bloomfield Town Council, talks about the importance of voting in local elections. The former Bloomfield, Connecticut Councilman (2017-2019) gives insight into what being a councilman was like and how everyone, young or old, can get involved in making a difference in their communities.
May is known as Mental Health Awareness month. Back in May Demarcus McGaughey, WeINSPIRE Ambassador 2020 interviewed Cindy Bautista-Thomas, LCSW the Co-Founder of Velocity Visions Inc. Listen in as they discuss fighting the stigma surrounding mental health and what everyone can do to ensure they keep their mental health in check.
Leslie Garvin serves as the Executive Director at North Carolina Campus Compact, a network composed of colleges and universities that aid in educating students about civic and social responsibility. Garvin and her team have been working hard to persuade students in North Carolina to vote in this upcoming presidential election and to partake in other political activities to make sure their voices are heard.
Cindy Reed doesn’t mind sticking out and not fitting in. After being labeled with a learning disability at a young age, Reed fought tooth and nail to not allow it to define who she is as a person. Using dance as her expressive outlet, she now looks to inspire others.
A Sprinkle of Inspiration weekly edition is back! A marketing master with a mission to serve. Derek D. Ross’s commitment to serve has been vital to his success. The key, he said, is always trusting your instincts. Now, founder of The D² Group, speaker, business strategist and consultant, reaching people every day to share his story and success.
Since the beginning of summer 2020, Newton North High Schoolers have gathered together to march against racial injustice. They have encouraged members of their community to get involved in the fight for equality, curriculum reform, and organize for events involving school rezoning and progressive discussions.