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The HBCU Nation Radio Show's Lineup for Saturday, April 19, 2014

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The HBCU Nation Radio Show presents its lineup of guests for Saturday April 26, 2014.

ImageCharlie Nelms, Ed.D, is a transformational servant-leader, a motivational speaker, and a consultant with more than 40 years of expertise in higher education. Dr. Nelms will continue with part three of his discussion with Anthony Ray on “Strengthening Our HBCUs: A Call To Action”.


ImageMarybeth Gasman, Ph.D is a Professor of Higher Education in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania and the Director of the Penn Center for MSIs. Anthony Ray and Dr. Gasman will discuss her most recent report, co-authored with William Casey Boland, titled "America's Public HBCUs: A Four State Comparison of Institutional Capacity and State Funding Priorities Comparison of Institutional Capacity and State Funding Priorities "




ImageNelson Bowman, III is the director of development at Prairie View A&M University. As the chief development officer, he is responsible for managing major gift prospects, donor stewardship initiatives and the University’s internal school-based fundraising program. Most recently, he oversaw the successful completion of the University’s first capital campaign of $30 million. Topic of Discussion: “Alumni Giving: Even When Not Asked, Should You Still Give?”



ImageEddie Francis is an award-winning mass communication professional whose career spans mass media, higher education, and career development. Eddie also the founder of the Black Greek Success Movement. Eddie and Anthony will discuss his video blog “Higher Ed Branding via the Workforce”.





ImageKelly Fairis is one of the featured expert bloggers for Jet Magazine’s new online weekly column, The Yard, which aims to help undergrads excel in their studies and social lives will share her most recent blog, “How to Find a Good Mentor In College”.



ImageMarcia Robinson established the HBCU Career Center to help and encourage diverse students and alumni to pursue and achieve success through career planning, work experiences, and meaningful college activities such as internships and study abroad. Marcia’s topic this week will be from her latest blog . You can connect with Marcia viaFacebook@thehbcucareercenter or by website: thehbcucareercenter.com
(Twitter @HBCUCareerCntr)


Listeners can tune in from all around the world to the broadcast by clicking the "Listen Live" link at http://www.ecsu.edu/wrvs. The HBCU Nation Mobile App is available at www.thehbcunation.com, allowing everyone to follow the conversation on Twitter and Facebook @THEHBCUNATION.

Visit The HBCU Nation Radio Show's website at http://www.thehbcunation.info.

The HBCU Nation Radio Show is produced at WRVS-FM studios on the campus of Elizabeth City State University.

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