Sunday, October 23, 2016

Savannah Food Truck Festival

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Thursday, August 11, 2016

"City at a Crossroads"

"City at a Crossroads", my article to be published in La Voz Latina, covers thoughts on Savannah, Georgia's growth and history. This article was inspired by a walking tour sponsored by Savannah State University and Historic Savannah Foundation. The main focus was urban planning in regards to Savannah’s projected growth, its residents, historical sites, and retaining small businesses downtown.

At the end of the tour, I thought, In 20 years, will Savannah still have soul? Or will work together now in a way that makes a future redemption unnecessary?
Thank you very much to the interviewees. I appreciate your time and words.
Joe Bell- Executive Director of Chatham Association of Educators and a former Executive Vice-President of Carver State Bank
Andy Cabistan - Co-Founder of Watson Works
Daniel Carey - President and CEO of Historic Savannah Foundation
Jamie Credle - Director of Davenport House Museum
Dj Lil G (Conrad Gonzalez) Owner of Life Music Inc
Tania Smith-Jones - Site Administrator for Pin Point Heritage Museum
Melody Rodriguez - owner and business partner of  Rancho Alegre Cuban Restaurant

A special thanks to Lisette Dominguez. She is a well-known independent marketing coordinator, specializing in Latino and Hispanic events who can be heard each Thursday on Ernesto Espinoza's radio broadcast between 10:00 am - 12:00 noon. She has a talent for identifying and connecting talented people. Dominguez was instrumental in preparing this article.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Population Health Re-post

These tiny organisms don’t have an intellectual IQ. They don’t plot or scheme. They don’t mount marketing campaigns. They don’t have an ideology or political plan. They can’t develop opinions of whether someone is right or wrong about how they spread. Social media rhetoric or videos, religion, national borders, who’s fighting for a “righteous” cause don’t matter. People, organizations, businesses, governments, and political actors only need to behave in a manner that allows those organisms to thrive and spread in the most primordial means to perpetuate its existence. And now Zika