Why entrepreneurs should be community leaders
Terry Neese joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why entrepreneurs should be community leaders.
What does it take to be an entrepreneur? Terry Neese joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate National Entrepreneurship Month with three "Ps" on what it takes to be an entrepreneur.
Entrepreneurs should give back to the communities that support them. Terry Neese joins Jim Blasingame to encourage entrepreneurs to be visible and active in local communities, as well as in public policy issues.
What makes 2012 a tipping-point year politically? Terry Neese joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the especially high stakes that are on the table for Americans as they go to the polls to vote.
Terry Neese joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the 2012 International Women’s Economic Summit and the Peace Through Business Program which is empowering women in Afghanistan and Rwanda.
Promoting peace through education and entrepreneurship. Terry Neese and Charlene Lake join Jim Blasingame to discuss this year's International Women's Economic Education Summit for women and why it matters.
How women are promoting global peace. Terry Neese and Charlene Lake join Jim Blasingame to talk about how ATT and IEEW are helping women become entrepreneurs in Afghanistan and Ruwanda.
How do you define sustainability? Terry Neese and Charlene Lank join Jim Blasingame to define sustainability and why this concept should be in the plans of all corporate citizens, large and small, around the globe.
Training and mentoring women entrepreneurs to help build stable democracies. Dr. Terry Neese and Dr. Kevin Fegan join Jim Blasingame to discuss their program to educate women business owners about entrepreneurship in Afghanistan and Rwanda.
Economically stable societies have a greater potential for peace. Terry Neese and Dr. Kevin Fegan join Jim Blasingame to discuss the curriculum of the Peace Through Business Program and how they mentor women in leadership and democracy.