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Conversations With Kai Mann S2:E7

JoVonna Williams, a mother of three children whose life took a drastic turn at the early age of 29 years old when she was diagnosed with a Rare Auto Immune Condition “Eosinophilic Myenteric Ganglionitis” after undergoing surgery at Cleveland Clinic. She is the Fourth Person in the world to be diagnosed with this condition. Due to the severity of her chronic disease her work career was cut short and she is now on full disability.

JoVonna learned a long time ago that everything that looks bad isn’t always the case. She is currently working on her first book where she will tell her story and share a Testimony that many people won’t understand.

Inspite of JoVonna’s condition she tries to focus her passion on encouraging and helping others. She believes that it is important to give others a since of hope especially when they feel that no one cares about them. Sometimes a kind word and a listening ear can go a long way so she shares and give light along the way to those who need it. She says that God has given her a Gift of Compassion and she uses it to change lives one smile at a time.

Watch the Conversations With Kai Mann show Wednesdays at 7pm EST. Log on to www.watchthelivenetwork.com.

 

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Producer: Lenderrick Jones
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Conversations With Kai Mann S2:E16

 

Join us tonight as we talk with author, speaker, and ‘Book Whisperer’ Sylvia Hubbard. Sylvia has written over 40 romance, suspense and thriller novels.

Detroit Author & Founder of Motown Writers Network, Sylvia Hubbard has published over 40 books on suspense romance. As a happily divorced mother of three, Ms Hubbard has received numerous awards and recognitions for her work. An avid blogger, Ms Hubbard has had five #1 Best Sellers. Her current work is called Beautiful and she has two more books coming out before the end of 2018. http://sylviahubbard.com/

 

Related websites:
www.SylviaHubbard.com
www.MotownWriters.com
www.HowToEBook.org

Social Media:
www.facebook.com/sylviahubbard
www.twitter.com/sylviahubbard1
www.instagram.com/sylviahubbard1
www.youtube.com/sylviahubbard1
www.periscope.tv/sylviahubbard1
www.snapchat.com/sylviahubbard
www.goodreads.com/sylviahubbard
www.amazon.com/author/sylviahubbard

Kai Mann
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Twitter: @kaiology
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kai.mann
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Twitter: @converskaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Tumblr: @conversationswithkaimann

elevationnationmedia.com

Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Producer: Lenderrick Jones
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

Jo The Giant

The Big Oxmox advised her not to do so, because there were thousands of bad Commas, wild Question.

Conversations With Kai Mann S2:E15

Survivor, Speaker and Mentor.
Beginning with her mother passing away Oct. 6, 1999, Ericka was only 16 yrs. old when a series of unfortunate events began to occur early in her life. Unexpectedly she found herself pregnant by the age of 17, and gave birth to Imani. The
selection of her daughter’s name was definition driven, Imani means Faith, and she decided to keep faith with her at all times.  Ericka completed her high school education 6 months early, and began her higher education at Wayne State University.

At the age of 18, Ericka and Imani were homeless.  They bounced from family and friends’ houses, sleeping in cars, to COTS, and Peggy’s Place transitional housing.  She found it hard to qualify for any of the state programs in MI. The “WORK 1ST”  and “Welfare to Work” programs were of no aide to her.  She was determined to graduate from college and gain employment.  She eventually was invited to move in with her pastor & his family.

As a teen single parent, in college, on welfare, active in church, and overwhelmed by life and daily issues, she found herself depressed.  At that time she relocated to Montgomery, Al to attend Alabama State.  While there she attended True Divine Baptist church (Pastor Steven and Yolanda Huntley). Her giving spirit was fully put to the test during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Ericka returned to MI during her second pregnancy (Alise).  Again, she found herself homeless. She created the nonprofit org, “Supreme Transitions” to empower people and equip them with the necessary tools for total self-sufficiency.

Ericka is a SURVIVOR of sexual assault, domestic violence, depression, homelessness, welfare, lack of education, and
unemployment.  She lives her life by the quote, “My life is not my own, but for those who may come there after”. #IAMEVIDENCE “I will never look like what I’ve been through”.

Currently, Ericka has been speaking to empower men & women ages 16– and up in all arenas.  She shares her testimony with others to encourage them and give them hope.  She has been the keynote speaker at several local and national conferences, workshops and summits that promote entrepreneurship for survivors of Domestic Violence, those experiencing transition and other societal challenges. Ericka has been a speaker, facilitator, and trainer for healthy living, life skills development and community development. This young woman is well known for service excellence and as an advocate for policy reform, leadership, and economic growth within the multi gender and cultural communities.

Ericka has encouraged viewers through various online magazine, local magazines, internet radio shows and talk shows,
AM/ FM  talk radio, local TV stations, including being featured on national television channel, BET: “The Sheards” reality
show, season 1,  with Karen Clark Sheard. (2013).

In mid-2015, Ericka faced one of her greatest demons and secrets. On her journey of helping other survivors of sexual assault she was offered the opportunity to share the details of her own sexual assault for an upcoming documentary called, “I am Evidence”. Set to air on HBO, fall 2017 Ericka has been called “The Queen of Networking” and is a highly sought after speaker, on air personality, entrepreneur
coach, and community project manager. Her past isn’t just a memory, but a REMINDER to keep faith, keep moving forward, and build another human being where they may be weak.  Her greatest accomplishments have yet to come.  Ericka is thankful to God for sending her mentors like Kalyn Risker, and Shelia “Umi” Hankins, & National Gospel recording artist, Evangelist Karen Clark Sheard.

Ready Set Flow Episode 2

on Nov 4, 2016

Tonight we’re here at another Detroit Favorite “The Drunken Retort Open Mic at the Hopcat”. We came for the featured Poet Azizi Jasper. Azizi’s poetic style and influence is that of a Poetic Black James Bond. Calm Cool and collected. “The Drunken Retort” is another one of Detroit’s staples in the poetry community. This is Detroit culture so as a poetic offering, we present to you Azizi Jasper, the Hopcat, and then we head on over to MixBricktown where poetry happens every Tuesday at 9:00pm. Our second featured host tonight is Slam Champion, producer, poet, host, lyricist, and story teller, Ben Jones! You’re in for yet another fantastic show on Ready Set…Flow

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Music Credits:
YOU CAN’T HOLD A TORCH
UMPG Publishing
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JIMMI DIGGIN’ CATS
Music composition
EMI Music Publishing

Yusef ‘Bunchy’ Shakur

The Big Oxmox advised her not to do so, because there were thousands of bad Commas, wild Question.

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