Fairfax Radio Channel 36 June 25, 2019

Luke Marklin, CEO of Bellhops is our first guest today on our show. Just in time for National Moving Month, he will discuss and share his tips to prepare for your next move and how to get it done in an efficient and economical way. He can also shed light on recent data showing what cities are experiencing the greatest influx of people, and why. If you’re one of the more than 35 million Americans who’ll be moving to new digs this year, this is news you can use.

Luke Marklin is the Chief Executive Officer of Bellhops, America’s fastest growing moving company dedicated to revolutionizing the traditionally low-quality moving industry through outstanding efficiency and customer care. He is a passionate leader dedicated to utilizing technology to build great businesses, better customer experiences, and high performing teams.  For more information, visit: www.GetBellhops.com

 

 

 

Kyle Anderson, Principal in Client Strategies – Edward Jones, he will discuss ” Saving for College” he will offer tips on saving for your children’s education and learn more about 529 college savings plans.

Kyle Andersen serves as a principal in Client Strategies Group with responsibility for Managed Investments, which includes mutual funds, exchange traded funds, separately managed accounts, unit trusts and 529 Plans. Before assuming this role in 2017, he led Area 7 within Branch and Region Development, working with branch leadership teams located predominately throughout the upper Midwest.  For more information please visit www.edwardjones.com

 

 

Our next guests are Dr. Michael Ventrice Meteorological Scientist, Software Engineer The Weather Company, an IBM Business and Daniel Krook – Chief Technology Officer for Call for Codereparing for Natural Disasters Tips & technologies to Help Save Lives in the Face of Natural Disasters.

Dr. Michael Ventrice, a Meteorological Scientist and Software Engineer at The Weather Company (TWC), can discuss the specifics of this year’s hurricane forecast and how the storms might impact the U.S. He can also detail innovative and practical tips for individuals who may find themselves in the path of a storm. And he can discuss how TWC and IBM help prepare businesses for pending storms and help them stay online in the aftermath of a storm. http://www.weather.com

 

Daniel Krook is the Chief Technology Officer for Call for Code, a five-year initiative that inspires developers to create sustainable open source software solutions to the world’s most pressing problems and Code and Response, the IBM program that puts the resulting ideas — as well as those from other initiatives — into action to ensure they have a lasting impact in the communities where they are needed most. For more information please visit www.callforcode.org

 

 

Our next guest is Amanda “Mandy” Hale, RN, vice president of nursing and leads nursing strategy at DaVita Kidney Care she discusses that one in seven U.S. Adults has Kidney Disease. And the Health Tour in California that was Launched to Provide Health Screenings & Kidney Care Education.  Recently there was  DaVita Kidney Care launched a California bus tour that visited 18 California communities from Sacramento to San Diego in  April and May to provide free health screenings and kidney care education. Area Californians can take advantage of free diabetes screenings, biometric screenings, kidney care education and other health resources in DaVita’s mobile clinic at convenient locations, right in their communities. For more information please visit www.davita

 

 

Our last guest is James C. Greenwood, President and CEO of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization. The BIO International Convention, the world’s premier life sciences event, will return to Philadelphia, PA, on June 3-6 and is expected to attract more than 16,000 attendees and 1,800 exhibitors from 67 countries —a record-setting representation of international companies. The theme of this year’s BIO International Convention is “It Starts with One.” Many of the greatest history-making breakthroughs started with one patient, one discovery, one meeting, one idea, one question, one ”a-ha” moment. Jim Greenwood, president and CEO of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), will be available for radio interviews on Tuesday, May 14 to discuss the state of the biotech industry and highlights from the upcoming BIO International Convention taking place June 3-6 in Philadelphia. Greenwood is available to discuss trending biotech issues, such as genome editing, opioids, personalized medicine and public policy, as well as current industry challenges, recent biotech breakthroughs, and opportunities for innovation across the biotech industry. For more information please visit: www.convention.bio.org 

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Kyle Anderson, Principal in Client Strategies – Edward Jones, he will discuss ” Saving for College” he will offer tips on saving for your children’s education and learn more about 529 college savings plans.

Kyle Andersen serves as a principal in Client Strategies Group with responsibility for Managed Investments, which includes mutual funds, exchange traded funds, separately managed accounts, unit trusts and 529 Plans. Before assuming this role in 2017, he led Area 7 within Branch and Region Development, working with branch leadership teams located predominately throughout the upper Midwest.  For more information please visit www.edwardjones.com

 

 

Our next  guest is James C. Greenwood, President and CEO of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization. The BIO International Convention, the world’s premier life sciences event, will return to Philadelphia, PA, on June 3-6 and is expected to attract more than 16,000 attendees and 1,800 exhibitors from 67 countries —a record-setting representation of international companies. The theme of this year’s BIO International Convention is “It Starts with One.” Many of the greatest history-making breakthroughs started with one patient, one discovery, one meeting, one idea, one question, one ”a-ha” moment. Jim Greenwood, president and CEO of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), will be available for radio interviews on Tuesday, May 14 to discuss the state of the biotech industry and highlights from the upcoming BIO International Convention taking place June 3-6 in Philadelphia. Greenwood is available to discuss trending biotech issues, such as genome editing, opioids, personalized medicine and public policy, as well as current industry challenges, recent biotech breakthroughs, and opportunities for innovation across the biotech industry. For more information please visit: www.convention.bio.org 

 

 

Our last guest is AJ Barkley, SVP, Neighborhood Lending Executive, Consumer Lending at Bank of America. She will discuss the 2019 Homebuyer Insights Report . The report found that the youngest generation of homebuyers is not dragging their feet, as nearly 60 percent of prospective Gen Z homebuyers between the ages of 18 and 23 want to buy within the next five years, meaning they would own a home before the age of 30. In fact, more than half have already started saving, showing their commitment to this goal, and 71 percent say they know what they want in a home.

AJ Barkley is the Neighborhood Lending Executive for Bank of America, responsible for identifying opportunities to drive successful homeownership among low-to moderate-income borrowers, underserved communities, and multicultural borrowers across the economic spectrum. For more information go to Consumer Lending at Bank America.

WCVX 1160 AM June 2, 2018

Our first guest Eve Feinberg, MD, medical director of Northwestern Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Medicine will discuss Treatment Options and Address Misconceptions that affect women unable to conceive due to their struggle with infertility.

Renowned reproductive endocrinologist Eve Feinberg, medical director of Northwestern Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Medicine in Highland Park, Illinois, discuss issues surrounding infertility, and the treatment options available. She will also be able to discuss some of the latest research available, as well as Northwestern Medicine’s role in advancing treatment. For more information please visit: www.nm.org/radio

 

Our next guest is Nancy O’Connor, Regional Administrator for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Philadelphia Office. She oversees all operational aspects of the Medicare, Medicaid and State Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in the six-state region, namely Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia. Ms. O’Connor  discusses:

  • Receiving new cards: You don’t have to do anything to get your new Medicare card, they will be arriving automatically by mail.
  • Find out when your card is coming: Sign up online at Medicare.gov/newcard to get emails that tell you when cards are being mailed to your area. It takes about a month for everyone in your mailing area to receive their cards.
  • New card has arrived, now what? When your new card arrives, destroy your old one. You can use your new card right away. Bring it to your next appointment.

Each new card will have a unique new Medicare number—instead of a Social Security number. Removing social security numbers will help prevent Medicare fraud. While there’s a new card and number, Medicare benefits remain the same.

 

Our next guest is Samantha Busch, wife of NASCAR driver Kyle Busch she will discuss their Foundation and why it means so much to them.  As an extension of the Kyle Busch Foundation, in 2015 the couple launched the Kyle & Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund, a monetary award to help couples pay for IVF treatments. After experiencing infertility personally – and the joy of having their own son Brexton – Samantha and Kyle made it their personal mission to financially assist other families in having their own bundles of joy. The foundation also strives to raise awareness about infertility and push for insurance coverage of infertility treatments.

In January 2017, Samantha fulfilled a lifelong dream of owning her own clothing store with the launch of Murph Boutique. The boutique is an online storefront – allowing Samantha to be involved in the day-to-day operations while she travels. Supporting her personal mission to empower women, the boutique offers a collection of styles, sizes and price points for ever woman, so that she may look and feel her very best and most confident self every single day of her life.

For more information go to: Follow along with Samantha: Instagram: @SamanthaBusch
Facebook: @MrsSamanthaBusch
Twitter: @SamanthaBusch
Blog: SamanthaBusch.com

 

Our 3rd guest is Jim Greenwood, president and CEO of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), talks about the state of the biotech industry and highlights from the upcoming BIO International Convention taking place June 4-7 in Boston. Greenwood is available to discuss trending biotech issues such as opioids, personalized medicine, drug pricing and digital health, recent biotech breakthroughs, current industry challenges and future opportunities. For more information please visit: www.convention.bio.org

 

 

Our last guest is Lifestyle expert Brooke Parkhurst will  help our listeners to commit to a healthier routine. Whether you are trying to get back on track after falling off the resolution wagon, eat a more balanced diet, or increase your exercise routine, Brooke will offer up tips on how to achieve your goals! For many of us, winter can be a time in which eating habits are put on the back burner.  With warmer temperatures right around the corner, there’s no better time that now to make some changes and spring into a healthier lifestyle.  From creating well balanced meals and smart snacking, to making sure you’re getting enough exercise making small changes can help us gain a little more control of our habits.

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