Since launching The Strategy Sessions in its original incarnation in 2004, and its current format on Blog Talk Radio in 2009, we have had a cadre of stellar leaders in business, entrepreneurship, health, travel, careers, and women’s issues share their strategies with our listeners. Last year, Blog Talk Radio took notice and now we are one of 300 featured show hosts on their network of almost 20,000, and are grateful to YOU for listening to, liking, and sharing The Strategy Sessions with others.
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Our goal is to continue offering programming that is interesting, thought-provoking, and insightful. We thank our listeners for tuning in live, listening online, or subscribing to our podcast on iTunes. Most important, we appreciate our guests who always give great conversation! Hence, we share with you the top 5 most listened to episodes of 2013. Be sure to tune in on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 11:00 a.m. ET for our 2014 episodes.
The New Face of Diversity
Original airdate: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Guest: Elizabeth Riley-Williams, CEO & President of the American Conference on Diversity
Elizabeth Williams-Riley, American Conference on Diversity
Summary: Our guest talked with us about the sweeping legislative changes resulting from the November 2012 elections, including the DREAM Act and same sex marriage, diversity in the workplace and immigration.
Connect with American Conference on Diversity
Phone: (732) 745-9330
Against the Odds
Original airdate: Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Guest: Rob Long, Graduate of Syracuse University and NFL Hopeful
Against the Odds: Rob Long
Summary: Our guest talked about his personal struggle after being diagnosed with brain cancer while attending Syracuse University in New York. Mr. Long shared what motivated him while battling cancer, how his faith and family encouraged him, and what’s next for the NFL aspirant.
Connect with Rob Long
Preparing Women to Lead
Original airdate: Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Guest: Dawn Culpepper, Director of Programs and Operations, Public Leadership Education
Dawn Culpepper from PLEN
Summary: Our guest highlighted programming that help young women prepare for leadership in the public sector, corporations, and the community. Ms. Culpepper also talked about the Women, Law, and Legal Advocacy Seminar and Networking Reception, featuring a keynote address by Heather Podesta.
Connect with PLEN
Phone: (202) 872-1585
Meet the DC Pink Divas
Original airdate: Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Guest: Shyrea Thompson Robinson, Executive Director of the Capital City Area Heath Education Center (AHEC) and Rita Butler-Trewick, breast cancer survivor and member of the DC Pink Divas.
Shyrea Thompson-Robinson of Capital City AHEC
Summary: Our guests talked about their health initiatives for residents in the Washington, DC community, and specifically, their program, DC Pink Divas, which is a support system for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Connect with the Capital City AHEC and DC Pink Divas
Phone: (202) 506-6122
Annual Road Trip with AAA
Original airdate: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Guest: Heather Hunter, Director of Public Relations at AAA
Heather Hunter from AAA
Summary: Our guest highlighted some of the summer popular vacation spots, travel tips, and strategies for traveling with the family, alone, and with pets.
Connect with AAA
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