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Our first guest is Lifestyle Journalist TV Commentator Trae Bodge. Trae will be giving Gift Giving Tips for Mother’s Day. Mr. Bodge is an accomplished lifestyle journalist and TV commentator who specializes in smart shopping, personal finance, beauty, toys, parenting and retail. In addition to monthly “Best Buys” segments on CBS2 NY, Fox 5 NY and ABC/WJLA in DC, she has appeared on dozens of TV shows, including Rachael Ray, Inside Edition, CNBC and network affiliates nationwide. Trae has been named a Top Voice in Retail by LinkedIn and a top personal finance expert by GoBankingRates and FlexJobs. She is a contributing editor at Woman’s Day magazine and her writing and expert commentary have appeared in Forbes, USNews.com, Kiplinger, Marketwatch, MSN Money, Yahoo Finance and numerous others. For more information go to truetrae.com



Our next  guest today is Meningitis survivor and GSK spokesperson Sheila Advento. She knows firsthand just how life-changing meningitis can be. After being in a coma for eight days, Sheila was forced to undergo amputations of both hands and both legs under the knee. This World Meningitis Day, the most important thing for parents to know is that there are two different types of vaccines and both are needed to help protect their adolescents and young adults against meningitis.


Joining Shelia Advento is Dr. Leonard Friedland,  Vice President and Director, Scientific Affairs and Public Health, Vaccines, North America at GSK. He is also a licensed pediatrician in the state of Pennsylvania. Dr. Friedland has held many positions in clinical research and development with GSK since 2003, specializing in infectious disease vaccination.  He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Alternate Industry Representative to the FDA Vaccines and Related Biologics Product Advisory Committee, and the Industry Representative Member on the Department of Health and Human Services National Vaccine Advisory Committee. He has published over 45 peer reviewed articles as well as book chapters on healthcare and vaccination topics during his career. For more information, please visit: www.meningitisb.com.



Dan Perkins our next guest is political commentator, Author,of both thrillers and children’s books. He is a  Registered Investment Adviser, a Radio Personality who appears on over 1,100 radio stations. Mr. Perkins appears regularly on international TV talk shows, he is current events commentator for seven blogs, and a philanthropist with his foundation for American veterans, Songs and Stories for Soldiers, Inc. More information about him, his writings, and other works are available on his website, DanPerkins.guru


Joining Dan is Retired Brigadier General William Guy USAF/Chief Line Check Pilot B-777 Delta Airlines, Business Man, Entrepreneur, Air Council Member joins  Dan today for a discussion on Veterans. General Guy works tirelessly works for Veterans and their families through all the organisations he is affiliated with in the Dallas Fort Worth region.

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Fairfax May 7, 2019

Our guest today is Eric Caron is a retired U.S. Diplomat, U.S. Special Agent, HSBC Middle East Bank Executive and author of SWITCHED ON – The Heart and Mind of a Special Agent. He is currently a security consultant and an analyst for Channel 7 News in Boston, Massachusetts. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy on Cape Cod, where he teaches a course on How to Identify and Prevent Transnational Crime, and Cyber Security.

Eric Caron has held senior positions within the Department of Treasury, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and INTERPOL. Throughout his career, he successfully initiated and managed covert operations that identified and disrupted international WMD proliferation networks, terrorism, terror financing, and transnational crime networks involved in drug smuggling, human trafficking, and intellectual property rights (IPR) violations.

He was the lead DHS official in Dubai, responsible for preventing WMD materials from entering the U.S. and military technology from being acquired by Iran. In addition, he led training in anti-money laundering, counter-proliferation, and border security for UAE and Oman Police and Customs Officials. He also traveled to Afghanistan to lead an anti-money laundering and corruption seminar.

Former Special Agent Caron concluded his career as the Resident Agent in Charge, Homeland Security Investigations, Providence, Rhode Island, where he led the state’s largest counterfeiting investigation, resulting in the seizure of over one million dollars of counterfeit NBA and NFL sporting apparel. In addition, he oversaw the successful prosecution of more than a dozen child pornographers.

Eric Caron received the U.S. Attorney General’s Award for his “Endeavors in furthering the interests of U.S. National Security.” He also was recognized by the Secretary General of INTERPOL. His accomplishments have been reported by media outlets from around the world.

His career highlights include the very first Department of Justice prosecution of several executives who illegally provided a defense service and exported controlled U.S. technology to former Russian military facilities. The imported finished Russian technology was subsequently sold to the U.S. Military. In addition, he arrested a former dean of Moscow University and his Belarus business partner who were attempting to acquire US F-15J radar equipment.

The author is a graduate of Northeastern University, and is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). He has completed a marathon and a triathlon and is a mixed martial artist. Eric Caron is one of seven children, and a fraternal twin. His late father was a decorated New Bedford, Massachusetts Police Officer and former Marine.

When he is not lending his knowledge and expertise to the country’s continuing fight against crime, evil, and terrorism, Eric Caron is likely to be found spending time with his family, at the gym working out, or walking along the beach.

He believes, as his father taught him, that family, country and God come first. He also believes strongly that, as John Adams once said, “We are a nation of laws, not of men,” and no man or institution is above the law. For more information or to purchase his book go to https://switchedonlife.com

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Tonja McCullar s our guest today she is a wife, mother, grandmother, singer, entertainer, radio producer, and now a Cancer Patient. Tonja was born in 1954, in Covington, Kentucky.  She grew up in Madisonville, Cincinnati, Ohio:  Attended and graduated from Withrow High School, 1973.Attended Raymond Walters College, and then married to Charles M. McCullar,  June of 1974. From this union she had three sons, David Joseph, Michael Aaron, and Steven Charles McCullar. In 1990 Tonja and Charles were divorced.

While living alone, she  went back to college for a business degree. Tonja  was involved in Community Theater, TV commercials and radio.  As she discovered how much she loved working with the public,  she enrolled in Ohio School for Broadcasting and graduated with honors. She became ill in 2006 after taking a flu shot at her employment.  In 2014, she started breaking out in on her  face and on her arms.  After going to different medical specialist being and misdiagnosed several times, Tonja was about to give up.  However, in 2016 she was admitted into University Hospital. It was then she was diagnosed with a decease call Lymphoma/Skin Cancer.

Tonja has undergone many different treatments.  All of the treatments have failed. she is presently taking radiation treatments to kill the skin cancer cells. This will clear her skin up; however, it will not cure the decease. The doctors are certain that a bone marrow transplant will renew her immune system and will be a cure of this disease. To find out how to be a donor to give a gift of life and how easy it is to be a donor go to www.bethematch.org.










Joining Tonja McCullar is Dannielle “Dannie” Moore, Community Engagement Representative for “Be The Match” which operates the National Marrow Donor Program.

Ms. Moore  has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a minor in Business Administration from Xavier University. Dannie has 11 years’ experience as a Community Engagement Representative for “Be The Match” which operates the National Marrow Donor Program, and was Awarded 2013 National Community Engagement Representative of the Year! She covers North and South of Ohio and the entire state of Kentucky. For more information about the organization and to be a donor go to the website at www.bethematch.org 

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