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

HBCU Nation
  • Charlie Nelms, Ed.D, is a transformational servant-leader, a motivational speaker, and a consultant with expertise in higher education with more than 40 years of experience and leadership in student access, retention, and graduation; institutional effectiveness; and strategic planning. Dr. Nelms will continue his discussion with our host, Anthony Ray, "Strengthening Our HBCUs: A Call To Action". (Twitter@CharlieNelms) #HBCU
  • Dr. Jaquetta M. Chatman Mothers Of Black Boys, Inc.(M.O.B.B.) is an avenue of support, a resource pool, and a networking opportunity for mothers who really have a passion for black male achievement. We want to be the agent of change that will improve the overall image of black males. Our efforts in closing the achievement gap and improving the lives of black males are defined in our platform. (@drjchatman)
  • Clifton Harcum will join us from University of Maryland Eastern Shore to discuss black male achievement. Mr, Harcum is currently the Program Coordinator for Male Student Success and Retention -for the Center for Access and Academic Success -and Men Achieving Dreams Through Education (MADE) at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
  • L. Mani S. Viney is a Youth Advocate, BBBSA Mentor & Mentor Trainer, Non Profit Consultant, Motivational Speaker, Educator, and the National Guide Right Chair of Kappa Alpha Psi. Mr. Viney will discuss the My Brother's Keeper initiative.
  • Marcia Robinson is an HR Professional who is the founder of the #1 Career JobSearch Helper for Diverse Students & Grad. HBCU Advocate whose charge is to "Keep HBCU Respected, Resilient & Relevant". Marcia will discuss the top "Resumes: 10 Things Employers Look For" @TheHBCUCareerCntr Website: thehbcucareercenter.com
  • Kelly Fair is Howard University alumna and expert blogger with Jet Magazine, "Stomping the Yard"-a weekly column written specifically for college students that aims to help undergrads excel in their studies and social lives. Kelly is the founder of Polished Pebbles Girls Mentoring

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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