|April 20, 2012 Tip Sheet
Latest Foundation News
SDT would like to welcome the following new advisors:
April 9, 2012
First Mondays held its first Connecticut gathering on April 2nd at the Douro Restaurant in Greenwich.
Approximately 25 people attended the event where they enjoyed wonderful hors d’oeuvres and drinks, as well as met new people and old friends. Paula Darlington, who organized the event gave a short description of the I Can Still Do That Foundation’s mission, which is to help put America back to work by creating new, sustainable jobs. Most of the time, however, was devoted to networking. Among the Foundation Advisors in attendance were: Paula Darlington, Ric Zivic, Jeff Peterson, Ron Dobey, and Aaron Beaudette. Jeff Peterson brought the most guests, including some fellow Vassar College alumni. A good time was had by all.
Future events will include guest speakers from the Fairfield County area. The next event will be held mid summer in the Greenwich area as well. More details on this will follow in the upcoming months.
We look forward to seeing all our attendees as well as new ones in the future. Anyone who is interested in being a guest speaker or would like more information about future events should contact Jill@icanstilldothat.org.
- from advisor Rebecca Rivera:
I will play role of Pedra in the new Hallmark Hall of Fame film, Firelight, premiering Sunday, April 22, 2012 on ABC. Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr. stars as Dwayne Johnson (D.J.), a counselor at a women’s correctional center who dedicates his professional life to helping young people reclaim their own self-respect through selfless service to others. D.J. encourages the young women to join an elite team that fights forest fires and assists civilian victims of natural disasters.
- from advisor Wendy Williams:
Two Days Only: The Big Apple Posse
|The Big Apple Posse is part of a no cost promotion at Amazon.comSaturday and Sunday – April 21 -22nd. Click on the link to download to your Kindle, PC, Smartphone etc. etc.
The Big Apple Posse is the first book of “The Big Apple Posse Trilogy,” a series of action/adventure novels for kids of all age. The first book, “The Big Apple Posse,” tell the story of three kids, twelve year old Amanda and her ten-year-old brother Peter from Greenwich Connecticut, and their nine-year-old cousin Cindy who lives in Manhattan. They are stranded in New York City after a terrorist attack, trapped in the basement of a bombed theater while the city is evacuated. Eventually, they locate an old door in the men’s room and creep down an abandoned stairway that leads to the subway. When they emerge from the subway, they find an empty city where the streets are choked with abandoned cars and bands of looters run wild.
Buy the Book at Amazon.com
Have your FACE appear on their screen when they sign on! How cool!
Turn Friends Into Raving Fans
I’m guessing you opened this email because your current facebook page feels less like a happenin’ night club and more like an abandoned warehouse. (Wait, was that the sound of crickets I just heard?)
Or maybe you don’t even have a fan page (aka show business page) yet because you don’t know how to create one (or worse, waste all your time on something that won’t even help your career)
You know watcha need? – The coolest fan page ever! A page that captivates casting directors, wows fans who want more of your acting, gets people talking and makes YOU look top of the crop, obviously.
But there is just one little problem.
How the heck do you create such a kick butt fan page??
And once you have it built, how do you use Facebook to get folks to look at and be interested in you and what you do?
Of course you don’t want this to become just another piece of “busy work” on your to-do list, right?
Well, I happen to know the secret, and his name is Gary Ploski. In fact my search for someone to help me with my own social media marketing (and making a ton of bad choices to start) eventually led me to someone I consider a GURU, and you will too.
Together, we created the perfect way for you to advertise yourself and get the recognition you deserve with Facebook 202.
How To Know If This Program Is For You
You’re ready to promote your career and acting abilities with a Show Business Page Dreams are Made Of.
You want to end your confusion about personal profiles vs. pages, groups, community pages, etc . . . you just need clear step-by-step instructions delivered in language you can actually understand. Plain English (no geek speak).
AND – it can’t just look cool, it has to be HOT. After all, we’re looking to stand out here. This fan page needs to bring in new eyes, and make the folks you already know and new visitors to your page fall even more in love with you.
A Few of The Fabulous Things You’re About to Learn
- Exactly how to create your own Facebook page from scratch
- How to invite friends from your main profile page to “like” your page, thus becoming “fans”
- Page administration, cool applications and browsing within the showbiz community to make super connections
- Focus on creating on-line relationships by blogging, sharing videos, links and other uploads
- Lean about advertising to casting directors (and other industry players) via ads on FB where you appear on their screen when they log in to their account (Whaaaat? Yup!)
- Create invitations and learn to “update” them and resend over and over to get more attention
What You’ll Need to Bring
An open mind and a willingness to play.
Your laptop or internet enabled tablet or other device with Facebook already installed.
Some chocolate. Just kidding. No I’m not.
Our Always-Current Training System
Even though this is a hands on, interactive seminar, Facebook in it’s infinite wisdom keeps moving things around, changing constantly. And so do we. You’ll have FOREVER access to our online presentation that covers everything in the workshop and is updated continuously as Facebook changes.
Most other programs (hey are there any other ones out there given strictly for actors…hummm, don’t think so, not yet anyway) for regular Facebook business users make you pay for updates and “next level” courses. But you’ll be current, for FREE, forever.
So How Much Does This Stellar Facebook Seminar Cost?
My policy is for each of my programs to deliver the best for the least. My commitment to ending the starving artist syndrome is to keep these seminars as cheap (yes I said it) as possible so that you can invest more in your education of business and marketing and heck, actually MAKE MORE MONEY as an actor.
There are folks out there (and mentors of mine) that teach some similar Facebook courses to traditional business people who use FB to promote what they’ve got and they’re charging $297 for a video seminar. Not even live and in person.
Gary is sooooo worth a lot more and eventually he’ll get it, but right now we both want you to learn, use, and get results from Facebook 202. So this AWESOME seminar costs only $35.
Now I know you know that’s a steal, a value, a gift. So register today and get that kickin’ fan page you deserve.
Here’s the Skinny on the Next Date Available
Please note: Online registration closes 24 hours prior to the event. To save $$$ register early online!
Date: Tuesday, April 24th
Location: Actors Connection
630 9th Ave., Suite 1410
Between 44th and 45th
Cost: $35 online/$45 at the door
Buy it Now »
P.S. Here’s what some ravin’ Gary Ploski fans had to say about taking Facebook 202.
“Gary Ploski is outstanding as a presenter – warm, thorough AND entertaining. He doesn’t make you feel overwhelmed at the amount of info provided. Good speed, pacing and content. Worth every penny!” ~ Jan Meiselman
“Thank you for this fun and informative seminar. Although I’m not much of a ‘techie’, I am inspired to keep on learning and understanding these valuable online tools as I go along”
~ Joseph Menchaca
“This was amazing and really hit all of the important points. I learned a LOT more about Facebook and I have ideas to promote my other businesses as well as my acting biz. But I want MORE – maybe a FB 303? Gary is articulate and engaging as a presenter. Thanks.” ~ Roger Anthony
“Soooo informative, I learned more than I expected to and Gary was incredibly entertaining and knowledgeable.” ~ Dana Connolly
“Fantastic!!! Great wide and deep information on the potential of Facebook to move your acting biz forward.” ~ Robert Gladding
To Your Success,
P.S. Facebook 101 is not required to get all of the great info you’ll learn in FB202. However, if you want to get what you “think” you might have missed, check it out on video/audio! CLICK HERE to learn more!
- from advisor Andrea Wolper:
I don’t know about you, but trees and birds* and flowers and sky are making me especially happy these days. I’m also happy that my trio will be back at the fabulous 55 Bar. I was talking with some people the other day about what makes the 55 so special. It’s not fancy, it doesn’t have the best food (in fact, there isn’t any food–but they do serve good drinks!). It’s just got a special feeling, and there’s a reason people from all over the world stop in at the 55. We hope you’ll spend a little musical time with us there this Wednesday; we’d love to see you.
My trio will be back at the 55 Bar on April 25th, from 7 – 9 pm. If you’ve been on this list for any length of time you know how much I love playing there–and it’s great to be back. We had a terrific time in March, with a full house (people seem to know it’s a special place), and are looking forward the being back this month. Please join us. Wed. April 25, 7 – 9 PM. The 55 Bar. 55 Christopher St., NYC. No cover charge!
A couple new workshops are in the offing:
A six-week song workshop culminating in a performance
An afternoon group singing workshop designed to help you access the music inside of you, and release it with more freedom, spontaneity, and joy.
Updates will appear soon on my website, so please check from time to time, or feel free to let me know if you’re interested in either, and I’ll make sure you find out when the dates are set.
Thanks for reading! I hope to see you on the 25th!
- from advisors Ann Osmond & Dennis Yerry:
We hope you can join us for one of these upcoming performances…
Saugerties Performing Arts Factory (SPAF)
Fri., April 20 at 7:30pm
We perform 1 set as part of an eclectic performance evening – celebrating the opening of the space
169 Ulster Ave.
“Broadway Comes to Beacon”
Wed., April 25 at 12:00pm
Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St.Beacon, NY 12508
Spring Concert – Treble Choraliers
Fri., May 11 at 7:30pm
United Methodist Church
40 Woodland Ave.Catskill, NY 12414
- from advisors Karen Whitman and Richard Pantell:
Bearsville Graphics Art Gallery
68 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY .
New Exhibition & Artists ReceptionIn Celebration of Our 2nd Anniversary
In mezzotint engravings of typewriters, sewing machines, electric fans, vintage textiles, old mining equipment, movie cameras and other mundane items. Carol Wax examines how perceptions of objects change from state-of-the-art to artifact to art. Using the mezzotint medium’s dramatic lighting effects, wax transforms the ordinary into extraordinary and animates the inanimate.
In addition to her masterful prints is a display of plates, state proofs and tools with a detailed description of this intriguing and meticulous process.
Carol Wax, author of The Mezzotint: History and Technique (Abrams, 1990, 1996) is one of the world’s leading authorities of this centuries old engraving technique. Her award winning prints are in numerous museum collections, including the Smithsonian, Philadelphia and Metropolitan Museums of Art.
- from advisor Karl Berger:
Karl Berger’s Improvisers Orchestra Series
at The Jazz Gallery
The Workshop/Performance Evenings
continue in a bi-weekly Tuesday night series
April 17, May 1 and 15
7:30 p.m. Workshop/rehearsal | 9:00 p.m. Performance
Karl Berger’s Improvisers Orchestra debuted Tuesday, March 20th as a New York Times Critics Choice at The Jazz Gallery, 290 Hudson Street, New York, NY. Following a critically-acclaimed eight-month run at The Stone in 2011, Karl Berger’s Orchestra of 18+ professional string, horn, and percussion soloists continues to turn improvisational ideas developed in the 7:30 pm workshop/rehearsal into a fully formed 9:00 pm performance.
Using his “Music Mind” concept, Karl introduces a new approach and experience of harmonizing improvised sound. “The suite-like performances have a warm, buoyant vibe issuing from brief folkloric-like motifs and the low-key, common-sense guidance Karl offers his players” said music critic Howard Mandel. Conducted in Karl’s inimitable style, developed at the legendary Creative Music Studio, this orchestra of extraordinary improvisers explores original themes, melodies from the world’s folk traditions and compositions written by the likes of Don Cherry or Ornette Coleman, as well as musical ideas that arise spontaneously. One of the orchestra’s trademarks is Ingrid Sertso’s uncanny vocalization and poetry. “I love the atmosphere that Karl and Ingrid create. For me it’s an oasis in the middle of all these stressful energies that the city brings.” said composer Sonia Megias.
The rotating cast of soloists, with a solid core of regulars, includes Warren Smith, drums, Hilliard Greene (bass), Ken Filiano (bass), Kenny Wessel (guitar), Harvey Valdes (guitar), John Ehlis (mandolin), Peter Apfelbaum (tenor sax, flute), Stephen Gauci, (tenor sax), Welf Dorr, (alto sax), Mercedes Figueras (alto sax), Thomas Heberer (trumpet), Bob Selcoe (trumpet), special guest from Texas), Michael Lytle (bass clarinet), Blaise Siwula (clarinet), Sylvain Leroux (flutes), Frederika Krier (violin), Mossa Bildner (vocals), Ingrid Sertso (vocals), and surprise guests.
All net proceeds support the Creative Music Studio’s Archive Project, the preservation and re-mastering of over 400 historic CMS recordings from the 70s and 80s of some of the finest innovators in jazz, improvisation, and world music. The Archive Project is in collaboration with Columbia University.
For reservations call The Jazz Gallery:
Tickets are $20.00 Workshop + Performance | $15.00 for Members and Students. $15.00 Performance Only | $10.00 for Members and Students.
The Jazz Gallery is located at 290 Hudson Street, New York, NY (between Spring St and Dominik Street (Subways #1 and C/E)
For program and artistic info:
- from advisor Laurent Rejto:
We are particularly excited about this year’s screening and reception at SOHO HOUSE on MAY 8, 2012 at 7pm, because it will feature a film that both the Woodstock FIlm Festival and Hudson Valley Film Commission were very involved with.
Join host Stephen Hays of 120dB Films for a very special presentation of PEACE, LOVE, & MISUNDERSTANDING — which was produced by BCDF Pictures, and shot with help from the Hudson Valley Film Commission during the summer of 2010.
The comedy directed by Bruce Beresford (Breaker Morant, Tender Mercies, Driving Miss Daisy) boasts a star-studded cast including Jane Fonda, Elizabeth Olsen, Katherine Keener, Jeffery Dean Morgan, Chase Crawford and up-and-comer Nat Wolff. The screening is courtesy of IFC Films.
Funds raised will benefit the capital campaign for the Woodstock Film Festival and Hudson Valley Film Commission FILM CENTER, which is in serious need of capital support. We need to paint the building, add heat and air conditioning in two rooms and replace the roof.
If you cannot make the event, please consider making a capital campaign contribution at
- from advisor Sabine Hoffman:
Greetings and happy spring!
Please save the date for our upcoming “woodstock in the city” screening May 9th at 7.30 pm, at the 92 y Tribeca screening room (200 hudson street – between vestry and desbrosses)
POETRY OF RESILIENCE, the winner of best documentary short at last years woodstock film festival, is academy award nominated director katja esson’s latest exploration.
We are also excited to be screening Jim Vargas BEYOND ASSIGNMENT, which will be its new york premiere.
Both filmmakers will be present and are available for q+a afterwards.
to purchase tkts:
I very much hope to see you there
BEYOND ASSIGNMENT (37 min)
Three dedicated female photojournalists covering Mexico, Israel and South Africa demonstrate the commitment required to access insular communities and report on complex, underexposed and often uncomfortable issues. BEYOND ASSIGNMENT examines the artistic and ethical responsibilities inherent in capturing vital subject matter and the subsequent emotional cost to journalists and their subjects.
POETRY OF RESILIENCE (52 min)
Six poets who survived some of the worst political atrocities of the 20th century: Hiroshima, the Holocaust, China’s Cultural Revolution, the Kurdish Genocide in Iraq, the Rwandan Genocide, the Iranian Revolution. By summoning the creative voice of poetry to tell stories of survival and witness, each reclaims humanity and dignity in the wake of some of history’s most dehumanizing circumstances. With grace and humor, the film explores language as an internal means of survival — for the poet and the readers of poems.
- from advisor Loren Ellis:
May 19-20 Art for Healing NYC Org Gallery is sponsoring 6 artists and 2 poets for the Hell’s Kitchen open studio/gallery. Go to ourwebsite and calendar to get for more info.
The 2012 Ballet Tech Gala
A benefit for the tuition-free Ballet Tech School
Mark your calendar! Ballet Tech’s 2012 Gala will take place on Tuesday, June 12. As part of this special evening, Ballet Tech will present a one-night-only studio performance featuring the premiere of Upside D∀NƆE, choreographed by Eliot Feld and performed by students of the Ballet Tech School. The festivities will also include cocktails, a picnic dinner, and open class with students from the School. We hope you can join us for this lively celebration of dance!
100% of the Gala proceeds will benefit the tuition-free Ballet Tech School.
Invitations will be mailed in April. For more information, contact Ellen Potenza at 212-777-7710 x316 email@example.com
- from advisor Carl Frankel:
My partner, Sheri Winston, is writing her next book. And we’re hoping for your support!
Support, you say? What mean you by “support?”
You can donate. We happily accept contributions of $5 or above. It’s easy to do because we’re using Kickstarter, a great crowdfunding platform. You pledge your money now and it only is transferred to us (and leaves your account) if we reach our goal, which is to raise $20,000 by June 1st.
You can also spread the word. Campaigns like this one succeed because people tell people. (I’ve included sample tweets and posts that you can cut and paste into your communications.)
About the Book
As many of you know, my partner, Sheri Winston, is a nationally known sex teacher. Her first book, Women’s Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure, won a national prize (2010 Book of the Year, American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists) because it broke new ground about female sexuality and genital anatomy.
Now it’s time for her next book. Succulent SexCraft: Your Hands-On Guide to Erotic Play and Practice will help people realize their full sexual potential. It integrates Sheri’s Wholistic Sexuality™ model into a practical, fun, usable guide that will help anyone become the whole, sexually integrated person they long to be. It’s a play and practice guide for everyone, single or partnered, male, female or anywhere in between, whatever their age or orientation.
Sheri’s writing the book for another reason, too. It’s her mission to help usher in a world where healthy, loving, responsible, respectful and ecstatic sexuality is the norm for everyone. This book is a step in that direction.
Without financial support, this book, which I’ll be editing, won’t happen. Sheri won’t have the time to write the book—she’ll be running around teaching instead. Nor will we be able to pay for my time, or for design and production.
Kickstart the Book and Get Great Rewards!
Kickstarter is a super-cool crowd-funding website that provides an elegant fundraising platform for creative projects like this one. Supporters can donate any amount from $5 up to … (the mind boggles).
Project backers get fun rewards:
- Goodies worth more than the value of their donation. Check out the rewards on the project page!
- ‘Inner circle’ backer-only updates about the campaign
- The satisfaction of knowing they’re helping to birth this book and that they’re a vital part of the growing “sex-positive” community!
Visit Sheri’s book project at Kickstarter to learn more!
All or Nothing Funding
To actually receive these pledges, we need to reach our funding target of $20,000 by June 1st or we get nothing. That’s right—if we don’t reach our minimum funding goal before the campaign ends, we don’t get a penny. (People become a backer as soon as they commit, but their pledge becomes an actual donation — and leaves their account — only after the goal is reached.)
How You Can Support This Project
You can contribute money—and thank you if you do! Just go to our Succulent Sexcraft book project page, choose your rewards and level of support, then click the Become a Backer button.
You can also tell your friends and community about this project. It’s easy to do: I’ve supplied sample tweets and posts below my sig line. You can also cut & paste from this email. Please tell others about this campaign! If we build a buzz, we’ll reach our goal. If we don’t, we won’t.
The clock is ticking! Please help make this book happen! Spead the word and visit our book project at Kickstarter.
Thanks for taking the time to consider this request. And keep your fingers crossed for us!
- from advisor Gwen Alston:
|Hello Dear Friends,
It feels like Spring. And a busy time it is. Mission of Mermaids, Susan Rockefeller’s new film, just launched. We’ve started working with a new documentary which uniquely exploits Gwen’s long-time presence in Madrid. We taught our first workshop. And Angela just put together our first event through Tugg, a brand-new crowdfunding website for screening: the Dallas premiere of Crazy Wisdom.
Please read on!
Philly & NYC
That’s where Gwen was in March. We had workshops scheduled in both places, thanks to the efforts of PIFVA(Philadelphia Independent Film & Video Association) and the I Can Still Do That Foundation (New York). The workshop in Philly went very well, and even included Angela via Skype on a big screen! We were inspired to work with a group of talented, enthusiastic, thoughtful filmmakers whose diversity of projects presented gave us a rush of ideas to share with them. We all agreed that four hours may not have been enough time. Thanks a bunch to PIFVA for sponsoring the event, and hosting Gwen.
In New York, we learned that location, location, location is everything. Had we given ourselves a bit more lead time, and asked a few more questions, we would have secured a venue that NYC filmmakers feel more comfortable about. Our workshop became a private consultation, but that worked out fine: nothing beats one-to-one face time. And we made some new connections and renewed old. Special thanks to Fernanda Rossi, the Documentary Doctor, and distribution expertPeter Broderick for their advice!
We’re definitely interested in teaching more workshops in the future, on community engagement, grant writing, social media. So if you know of a good venue or an organization who might like to invite us, let us know!
Read more about the workshop…
- from advisor Dr. Bob Goldman:
Here is a pictures from my recent trip to Myanmar (Burma)…i flew in the day following their first Democratic election in over 50 years, where they have been under a military dictatorship for over half a century. The #1 Buddhist shrine in the world there is one my favorite spots on the planet i have visited over 20 times-the Shwedagon Pagoda has existed for more than 2,500 years, making it the oldest historical pagoda in Burma and the world. According to tradition, two merchant brothers, Taphussa and Bhallika, from the land of Ramanya, met the Lord Gautama Buddha during his lifetime and received eight of the Buddha’s hairs and it is located in the nation’s capital, Rangoon, also known as Yangon. I was able to secure them their first world championship sports competition in 1995, so have had close relations there for many years.
truly remarkable place…like frozen in time, but the Shwedagon Pagoda is unlike any place on the planet.
thought you might enjoy.
An International Sports Hall of Fame section has been added to my ‘LifeTime of Firsts’ short movie…. so you can watch at 15 mins in and you will see your name added to the acknowledgements at the end of the movie.
Also, since launching the international Sports Hall of Fame, we now dominate Google searches in our space globally (completely eclipsing all others including the Olympic HOFs). we are the top 3 on ‘Google Search’, completely dominate the ’Google Images’ Search and are the top 5 U-Tube ‘Google Search Videos’.
- from advisor Dan Schneider:
In case anyone missed Max and Keke’s live performance on Saturday 3/31/12, below is a link to it online. Please also watch their upcoming movie, RAGS, Memorial Day weekend on Nickelodeon (and the iTunes). Its a “hip-hop fairy tale” with great music , dancing and acting. Please tell friends. Thanks.
Love to all,
KCA 2012: Keke Palmer & Max Schneider ‘Against The World Episode Clip | Nick Videos
- from Advisor Barry Heyman:
The initial/virtual meeting of the Music Committee took place on 4/9/12. Nine advisors attended. Discussions were held about potential mission for the Committee and initial projects. Ideas included a directory of resources and advisors, educational industry panels (mentor/mentee); live music events possibly tied to recorded music compilation website or project (example is www.woodstocklive.com); cross promotions/marketing
educational panels, and information sharing. People are welcome to visit the Committee’s facebook group at:http://www.facebook.com/groups/icsdt.music/ to list themselves on the free directory at :
http://firstmondays.com/directory/ (under “The Music Committee”), or to email Barry directly at Barry@heylaw.com
Friends and Advisors:
“Hurray, hurray the 1st of May, outdoor livin’ starts today..”
Happy Earth Day!! Happy May Day! Happy Mothers’ Day!!
Lot of recent news from March and April: We had a great kickoff for “Women Who Lunch/Philly”. Kudos to advisor Dr. Jody Whitehouse and her team in Philly on 3.25 (see:www.womenmentorwomen.org for photos). Similarly, advisors Paula Darlington, Jeff Peterson and the Greenwich team, launched “First Mondays/CT” to a nice crowd on 4/2 (see photos at www.firstmondays.com). Our kickoff of our new screenplay reading series, www.thetableread.org, was likewise a smash hit on 3.26 in Los Angeles, where many local advisors were involved, lead by advisors Mike Baez (writer/director), Jonisha Rios (female lead), Denise Grayson (Narrator), Davi Santos, Sita Young, and Lisa Gold (casting director). Our next Table Read will be in NYC on 6.11, produced by NY advisor Tony Wilkes (details to follow).
As part of the process of casting the Table Read/LA, we welcomed new LA advisors Tony Adler and Rebecca Rivera. Please watch Rebecca’s upcoming “Hallmark” TV movie , FIRELIGHT, on ABC Family on Sunday , 4.22 with Cuba Goodman, Jr. (see: abc.go.com/shows/firelight).
Early April also saw the kickoff of our Music Committee. Led by Chairman Barry Heyman, the committee took flight (virtually) on 4.9 and had over 9 advisors in attendance on the conference call. Discussions included a mission for the committee and some initial projects (including future concerts, compilations, educational panels and a directory of services and resources). Please be in touch with Barry or myself if you would like to join the committee.
Looking down the turnpike, we have lots of cool events planned for the next month. In addition to the 6.11 The Table Read/NY, we have a First Mondays/NYC planned for 5.7 at the Parlour Uptown (250 West 86th Street). As a special treat we will be screening 2 short films by young advisors which have been invited to Cannes later this May. One film is by young advisor, Davi Santos, and the other by young advisor Ramfis Myrthil. Davi stars in his film and also produced it. Ramfis produced his film. Its great to see our young advisors moving up.
If you are interested in mentoring a young advisor or hiring one for there summer, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org). Meaningful summer jobs are still very hard to find and are key to future success for a young person. Give the gift of knowledge. Help retrain Americans and put America back to work, one job at a time.
We are also trying to organize our next Women Who Lunch/NYC. Please email me to email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering for this or any of our other events.
April showers, may come your way…. but you know what they bring in May..