Welcome to another #MorningWithMeloni! Thank you for joining us every weekday morning at 8am on #1250WHNZ! Today is Wednesday which means it is our favorite day here on #ThatBusinessShow, #WorkingWomenWednesday! Here on the show every Wednesday we welcome members from the Working Women of Tampa Bay Networking Group led by CEO and Founder Jessica Rivelli who is a huge supporter of our show! We love having her members on the show, as many of them have wonderful stories and talents to share with the community! For example, today we had Carolynn Smith, President of Seven Marketing, Events, And PR! Also accompanying us on the show was Bosnian war and Genocide survivor, Maja Kazazic – who’s story is beyond words. Thank you for joining us today for another #WorkingWomenWednesday, and if you missed the show, head to http://www.tampabayradio.com to catch the interviews!
Jamie and Jessica started off the show with a bit of a preview of the guests, telling us of their contributions to the Working Women of Tampa Bay Networking Group and how the group has really benefited them. Jessica Rivelli is the CEO and Founder of the group, an if you missed her on the #MorningAir, then head to http://www.tampabayradio.com today!
Coming on after Jessica Rivelli was Carolynn Smith, President of President of Seven Marketing, Events, And PR! Carolynn told us a bit about her impressive resume in journalism and media, and how she got started with Seven. She then began to tell us the whole point of the “Seven”, with her 7 tips for social success – abridged for time of course! Learning those tips from personal experience and from people in her life, she created a model of success for the clients in her group to follow and to succeed with! You can learn all about this model and learn more about Carolynn Smith and Seven Marketing, Events, And PR at http://www.sevenmarketingpr.com! Conatct Carolynn at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Our last guest on the show was Maja Kazazic, Bosnian War survivor and currently an internationally known speaker on determination, and overcoming obstacles. Maja’s story is quite shocking, when she was very young, fighting broke out in Bosnia and a mortar exploded in her courtyard, killing her friends and family that she was with and almost fatally injuring her. After finally making her way luckily to a makeshift hospital, she had to get her leg amputated. With no anesthesia. However, her story would be best told through her, so I implore you to head over to http://www.tampabayradio.com to listen to Maja Kazazic’s story and what she does today to impact our community with her strength. You can learn more about Maja at http://www.majakazazic.com
As always, thank you for tuning into #ThatBusinessShow with Jamie Meloni on #1250whnz, weekdays at 8am. If you missed today’s show, you can always visit my website and see all of our shows on demand athttp://www.tampabayradio.com or visit my YouTube channel.