We Are One
Life Enhancement Radio
Leroy Allen & Kendell Lenice
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Join us Mondays at 9:00 pm.
w/ Paul Garwood
Her leadership training skills have made, Ms. Brackens a much sought after coach, trainer, and business consultant. There’s no doubt she delivers…and with excellence!
Ms. Brackens is honored to speak. Her talk, CHARACTER, CHARISMA AND CONNECTION: THE THREE C’S OF SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSES is filled with her knowledge, expertise and success in the business world—all designed to transform each listener and their business into a force with which to be reckoned! If you want to be a business Rock Star, Ms. Tajiri Brackens is the go-to person!
Although her business acumen is extensive, Ms. Brackens is an avid student of African American History and Cultural Studies. Her pride in African American accomplishments is what led her to accept the position of Fundraiser Chair for the Buffalo Soldiers Association at West Point. Community, family, and friends are the highest priority in her life. An active member in her church, Ms. Brackens is an advocate for faith, leadership and servanthood—all intricate parts of her life. Lest you think Ms. Brackens is all work and no play, she enjoys golf, cooking, entertaining and quality time family and friends.
Stand In Your Power
She is an avid music listener and acknowledges the impact that music and lyrics have on her life and the lives of us all. Desiree's co-hosts are a diverse group of Soul Sister friends that are impacted by music and lyrics and may interpret and analyze those music and lyrics differently leading to a lively discussion about why that's your song. Born and bred in Baltimore, Maryland, Desiree's journey has seen breast cancer that led to her involvement in the non-profit group- The Journey Continues, the violent loss of a loved one that led to her involvement in the non-profit group- MOMS Mothers of Murdered Sons and a passion for civil rights and human rights which led to her being just and seeking justice.
"Music is the eyes to your soul...."
Choosing To Win
That's My Song
Andrea is an accomplished writer, national speaker, mentor, mental health advocate, and talk show host. She earned her Associates in Human Services, Bachelors in Communication, and Masters in Psychology from the University of Phoenix. Andrea published her novel, Affairs to Remember with Publish America, and has self published What's In A Name? and The Crazy Conversation workbooks that are the catalyst for her mental health workshops of the same name. She is currently wrapping up her autobiography. Andrea (Drea) is the mother of two grown sons and five beautiful grandchildren. As a single mother, with a GED education, she found herself frequently homeless, often working two or three jobs at a time, while struggling to raise her children alone. Drea experienced severe bouts of depression, overwhelming elation, and suicidal ideation that was the result of a 2006 diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder and PTSD. She researched her illness and discovered she was not alone in her suffering or belief in loss of her personal identity as she began to see herself as Bipolar and not as an individual. This revelation inspired the What's In A Name? workshop. This workshop has helped people, nationwide, to rediscover themselves outside of their individual diagnosis. In an effort to reach out to the faith community, Drea was inspired to launch The Crazy Conversation workshop to encourage individuals to utilize their spirituality to manage their mental health symptoms while promoting self-love, ambition, and eliminating stigma. She continues to advocate for individuals with mental health challenges and successes with the introduction of her online talk show, We Are One! Andrea is a member of the Lift Your Voice to the Stars Toastmasters Club. She has been part of a team of keynote speakers during the Mental Health Channel launch and at NAMI Maryland Conferences. Drea is featured in the National Training video for first responders hosted by SAHMSA and the African American version of the Mental Health 101 video for NAMI. She was honored with an award from The University of Phoenix for her community service contributions.
Rosalyn M. Gaines
"We are excited to have such amazing shows and host on our station. Each show brings something special in its own right. We are committed to the enhancing lives across the globe. Tell your friends and family about Life Enhancement Radio. It is radio that will change your life for the better!"
A Better You
Rev. William Greene
Founders of Life Enhancement Radio Station
Paul Garwood is a native of Inkster Michigan. Paul is a living testimony. He stepped out on faith at the age of 46 and retired from the airline industry to pursue what he was created to do. Paul is now a Professional Speaker , Certified Life Coach , Life Purpose / Transition Expert , Author , and Mentor.
He is the Founder of the Organization Strive to Succeed Every Day. He is the creator of the S2SE Life Coaching Program.
He is the Author of Finding Your Purpose : An inspirational guide to reignite your life's purpose and to live a totally content life.
"I help men and women to live an empowered life despite the many life transitions they may encounter"
Rosalyn M. Gaines is a native Baltimorean who possesses more than 20 years of community theater experience. She is a playwright, historical dramatist, poetess and well sought after consultant on educational and historical theater programs.
She is also an authority on the development of drama ministries. Her extensive community theater profile includes directorship of the New Afrika Players at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County and the Southern Spirit Ensemble in Houston, Texas. She also performed with the former African-American Total Theater in Manhattan, New York. In all, she holds performance credentials in more than 65 productions throughout the Mid-Atlantic theatrical circuit. Currently, she is planning a four city tour for her original play "Low Down Dirty Blues," that was featured in the DC Black Theater Festival.
Ms. Gaines has written and directed more than 40 theatrical productions. She is the founder and artistic director of the Kuumba Ensemble Heritage House Community Theater. She possesses a Bachelor's degree in African-American Studies from the University of Maryland-Baltimore County and a Master's degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her broadcast journalism experience includes former positions as vice president of programming development for BlackTVOnline.com, general assignment reporter and weekend anchor for KOMU TV-8 and radio host for KBIA 91.3 FM, both in Columbia, MO. She also worked as a news reporter for KCOH 1430 AM in Houston, TX and as a researcher/producer assistant for CBS News in New York, NY. Last, Ms. Gaines' first published book "Lies, Lace & Letters of Love" will be available in bookstores in 2017.
William Greene is a native of Hampton, Va. His philosophy for life is that you matter and can make a difference if you just try. This has helped William reach many who have lost their way or just have not reached their full potential whether it has been physical, spiritual or emotional.
William has survived and overcome many of the hardships you think only you have. Molestation, homelessness, drug addiction, relationship trouble including divorce, false accusations, gangs, low self-esteem, depression, financial illiteracy and many other aspects of life that hold us all back. But through perseverance, study and a determination not be a statistic of failure William has rebounded and is living up to his philosophy.
William is truly a living example of being multi-dimensional. He is a Certified Life Coach, Public Speaker, Motivational Speaker, Executive Business Coach, Mentor, Entrepreneur, Preacher, Teacher, and Community Leader.