Let’s Talk Nonprofits

Celebrating Sheroes on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

Celebrating Sheroes

Women are known for their hair, flair, fashion, passion, and their overcoming ability to fight through pain and strain. They love and live and most importantly they give. We celebrate the Sheroes that we admire on camera, for their philanthropy.

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“An Arm Knitter’s Answer to Addressing Community Needs” on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

An Arm Knitter’s Answer to Addressing Community Needs

It’s Women’s History Month and Let’s Talk Nonprofits is hanging out with She-roes! Our guest, Mary Porter, is strength in its essence and the epitome of creativity. View this episode and learn how this full-time designer knits in her free time to raise funding for nonprofits.

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“YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP - A viable solution to unemployment” on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

Youth Entrepreneurship – A viable solution to unemployment

Today we celebrate our future generations with guest, Kadeem Dunwell, Founder of the Young Entrepreneurs of Atlanta. Learn how this change maker is strengthening the economy by developing our future entrepreneurs.

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“When Pain Pushes You Into Purpose” on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

When Pain Pushes You Into Purpose

As we celebrate Black History Month, we recognize a Philanthropic Powerhouse whose pain led him to chase his purpose of changing the way the world sees young black men. Hear how James “Jay” Bailey, Founder/Chairman of the Phoenix Leadership Foundation, “Builds as He Climbs” and the invaluable advice he has for nonprofits.

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Delven Barfield, National Sales Network, on “Let's Talk Nonprofits”

Mentoring for Millennials

Delven Barfield, President of National Sales Network-Atlanta Chapter launches program to provide college students professional development through mentorship.

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National Mentoring Month on “Let's Talk Nonprofits”

National Mentoring Month

Dr. Quinn Gentry guest hosts this special edition of “Let’s Talk Nonprofits” to discuss National Mentoring Month and the success of the GEMS program.

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Lisa Rice, L.R. Ministries, on "Let's Talk Nonprofits"

L.R. Ministries

The mission of LR Ministries is to help individuals achieve and revolutionize their relationship with God through spiritual healing, teaching and preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Matthew 16:19 “I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven…”.

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John Moeller, Action Ministries, Inc., on “Let's Talk Nonprofits”

Action Ministries, Inc.

Action Ministries is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a 53-year history of providing hunger relief, housing and education solutions to low-income, poor and individuals who are homeless. It’s mission is to mobilize communications to address the challenges of poverty.

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Mia Vasser, Go See Do Love on “Let's Talk Nonprofits”

Go. See. Do. Love.

Guest Mia Vasser, founder of Go. See. Do. Love. a global non-profit organization that is dedicated to transforming communities through the power of unconditional love.

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Profiles national Nonprofit thought leaders, sector experts, organizations, and philanthropists in an open forum with the single purpose to exchange industry best practices. “Let’s Talk Nonprofits” generates a wealth of information to engage the nonprofit from idea to strategic planning, execution to evaluation, retooling to effective impact.

Torri Hicks, Let's Talk Nonprofits on BizLynks TV NetworkAmerican talk show host, mental health advocate, producer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur Torri Hicks was born on December 12, 1979 in Detroit, Michigan. After her parents’ divorce, at age 6, she moved to Farmington Hills where she lived with her mother and maternal grandparents. She entered Michigan State University in 1998 and began working with nonprofit organizations and at-risk youth in Lansing, Michigan. In 2004, Torri Hicks moved to Atlanta, Georgia where she entered graduate school at Argosy University and studied to become a mental health therapist while she continued to work for nonprofit organizations. Her experiences working with different nonprofits afforded her the opportunity to learn and wear several pertinent hats that attribute to nonprofit growth and impact. Torri’s eclectic style of creating and customizing innovative strategies and programs to meet organizational needs became a hit in the nonprofit sector and she was requested to assist highly recognized organizations and institutions including Hands On Atlanta, YWCA, Georgia State University, National Sales Network, and the Arthur M. Blank Foundation.

Hicks launched YouthNique Nonprofit Management Company in July 2009 to assist start-up and existing nonprofits nationwide with fulfilling their mission. With its internship program offered at Georgia State University that trains college students as Nonprofit Strategists while they gain professional development and scholarships, YouthNique Nonprofit Management has provided over 100 nonprofits and social entrepreneurs with the consulting, training, programming, and tools needed to make measurable impact.

The “Nonprofit Guru” joined Bizlynks TV Network, an online channel designed to inform and educate businesses and nonprofits, in 2017 as the host of “Let’s Talk Nonprofits”. The show is part of a strategic campaign designed to help raise the profile in the Nonprofit Sector to gain more support and funding. BizLynks TV Network currently has an audience reach in excess of 10 million, with the addition of collaborative distribution platforms such as Roku.

For more information, visit YouthNique at www.YouthNique.com

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Thank you for your interest in being a guest on “Let’s Talk Nonprofits.” Your appearance on the program is an opportunity for you to share your cause and to exchange industry best practices as a nonprofit thought leader, expert, organization leader or philanthropist.

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Here’s what you will receive:

  • Professional 20-30 minute Business Interview
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If you are interested in being selected as a featured guest, please click here to complete the Guest Submission Form. The information on the form will help to ensure that we meet the objectives for your appearance and that you have a valuable tool to showcase your expertise. It will also allow us to promote you and your company on our website and social media networks.

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Celebrating Sheroes

Women are known for their hair, flair, fashion, passion, and their overcoming ability to fight through pain and strain. They love and live and most importantly they give. We celebrate the Sheroes that we admire on camera, for their philanthropy.

An Arm Knitter’s Answer to Addressing Community Needs

It’s Women’s History Month and Let’s Talk Nonprofits is hanging out with She-roes! Our guest, Mary Porter, is strength in its essence and the epitome of creativity. View this episode and learn how this full-time designer knits in her free time to raise funding for nonprofits.

When Pain Pushes You Into Purpose

As we celebrate Black History Month, we recognize a Philanthropic Powerhouse whose pain led him to chase his purpose of changing the way the world sees young black men. Hear how James “Jay” Bailey, Founder/Chairman of the Phoenix Leadership Foundation, “Builds as He Climbs” and the invaluable advice he has for nonprofits.

Mentoring for Millennials

Delven Barfield, President of National Sales Network-Atlanta Chapter launches program to provide college students professional development through mentorship.

National Mentoring Month

Dr. Quinn Gentry guest hosts this special edition of “Let’s Talk Nonprofits” to discuss National Mentoring Month and the success of the GEMS program.

L.R. Ministries

The mission of LR Ministries is to help individuals achieve and revolutionize their relationship with God through spiritual healing, teaching and preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Matthew 16:19 “I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven…”.

Action Ministries, Inc.

Action Ministries is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a 53-year history of providing hunger relief, housing and education solutions to low-income, poor and individuals who are homeless. It’s mission is to mobilize communications to address the challenges of poverty.

Go. See. Do. Love.

Guest Mia Vasser, founder of Go. See. Do. Love. a global non-profit organization that is dedicated to transforming communities through the power of unconditional love.

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