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Click on the podcast link below and experience a personal look into the life of Malik Rose, a product of Overbrook High School and Drexel University! The two time NBA Champion (1999 & 2003), San Antonio Spur Hall of Fame winner is very candid about his experience growing up in Philly. Rose played 13 seasons in the NBA. Leona Baker, his former classmate, is not shy about pulling out those golden nuggets filled with the many lessons his mother taught him along with mentors during his reign in the NBA and prior to. This episode will be for everyone. It’s the perfect program for a family to gather together and enjoy the storytelling experience. Malik is a true leader and example for our youth of all ages and men.
TRAILER: Malik Rose
PODcast: Malik Rose
Join us for our Season Finale Next week! November 11, 2020. You will find full episodes on Anchor, Spotify, www.plansofactionhouston.com and your specific podcast outlet. All of the visual trailers are on youtube with limited full episodes as well. *CONNECT Connect with us on facebook, instagram @planshouston and other social media outlets. *ABOUT WYNTER PATTERSON “Wynter is currently starring on OWN Network’s “Ready to Love Last Resort” The one-hour series follows grown and sexy men and women looking for lasting love, but this time they’ll be quarantined together at a secluded mountain resort with no outside distractions. The new season will premiere on Friday, October 23 at 9 p.m. EST as a part of the network’s new night of unscripted fall programming.Wynter Patterson is a dynamic Television Personality, Host, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Visionary Leader, and Published Author.” To hear her entire bio, be there next week for the PODcast.
PODcast: Wynter Patterson
TRAILER: Anthony Beverley “TMT Money Shi”
November 11, 2020 on the season finale of Season One on the Inspiration Incubator, join us for a real, raw and uncut conversation with Philadelphia’s Anthony Beverley, “TMT Money Shi. Full episodes are on Anchor, Spotify, www.plansofactionhouston.com or your specific podcast outlet. All Trailers and limited full episodes are on Youtube. “Anthony is a Multimillionaire, owns a portfolio of over 300 properties and 4 corporate healthcare agencies.” ~ US Reporter. For now, you can find him on instagram @moneyteamshi or to learn more, he is featured in several articles. Although he has been interviewed several times, this interview with The Inspiration Incubator is like none other. We revisit Anthony’s faith, habits and actions since elementary school that led him to overcome street violence, and securing his initial real estate investment deals, yielding 50 million dollars.
PODcast: Anthony Beverley “TMT Money Shi”
TRAILER: Sonjia Pelton-Sam
*About Sonjia according to her bio Join us on 11-11-20 for the season finale of Season One on “The Inspiration Incubator.” We have committed to honoring and showcasing the lives of Cancer Survivors, essentially Breast Cancer. Enjoy your bonus episodes and educate yourself to be prepared should you be diagnosed. *About Sonjia as she explained below. Certified Life & Business Coach. Passionate about helping women maximize their full potential in life & business. I study and research the best teaching tools and utilize them with my own life lessons to create coaching programs for individuals just like you. MY coaching concept is NEW & state of the art. I teach women to balance their life, map out a solid plan, & live a happier life full of purpose. My signature custom VISION BOARD system to helps you, your family, or your team live life to the fullest and helps with manifesting good success. I am the founder of The GLAM Factor 501c3 Non-Profit that helps women & girls learn life coping strategies & goal setting skills that shift lives in an upward direction. ✨Sonjia Pelton-Sam holds a counseling degree in mental health with specialty in addiction & substance abuse. She holds a certificate in Art As A Therapeutic Practice. ✨Sonjia helps in prisons & jails to help reduce recidivism & stop repeat offenses. Sonjia also is a certified teacher in the state of Texas. ✨Author of: DESTINY Board, GLAMTASTIC Affirmations, GLAMTASTIC DESTINY Board, Vision Board Extreme, Vision Board Platinum, & A School Without Art. ✨Owner of Vision Board Boutique ( We offer goal setting tools, strategic planning, creating a positive mindset, manifesting good success). ✨Certified teacher, AKA as Mrs. Sam’s #ARTROCKZ. I currently work for Houston ISD. I love empowering individuals young & old with knowledge and life skills. As an educator I bring out the creativity & ignite learning. My job makes people smile, plus I love what I do.
PODcast: Sonjia Pelton-Sam
TRAILER: Karen Jackson
Join us for our Season Finale Next week! November 11, 2020. You will find full episodes on Anchor, Spotify, www.plansofactionhouston.com and your specific podcast outlets. All of the visual trailers are on youtube with limited full episodes as well. *CONNECT Connect with us on facebook, instagram @planshouston and other social media outlets. *ABOUT KAREN JACKSON Connect with Karen at https://www.sistersnetworkinc.org/ and on Instagram @sistersnetwork *BIO Karen Eubanks Jackson, Founder/CEO of Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI), a 26-year four time breast cancer survivor is recognized nationally as a true visionary and national leader in the African American breast cancer movement. Sisters Network is the nation’s only African American breast cancer survivorship organization. Jackson continues to lead Sisters Network’s nationwide effort to focus the spotlight on increasing breast cancer awareness in the African American community.
The organization provides standardized national educational outreach programs; survivor & family support; empowerment; hope and financial assistance to thousands of women annually through its national network of over 20 survivor-run affiliate chapters. In 1994, Jackson founded Sisters Network Inc., during her personal fight to survive breast cancer Jackson recognized a lack of “sisterhood” in traditional organizations, a staggering breast cancer mortality rate for African American women and limited culturally sensitive material. Jackson’s primary motivation was to break through the silence and shame of breast cancer that immobilizes African American women, restricts their ability to receive support services, interferes with early detection, and ultimately affects their survival rates. Jackson’s breast health matters advocacy work has garnered numerous awards and recognitions. BET Her Fights Breast Cancer TV Award, Ebony Magazine Power 100 List, JC Penney “Champion of Change,” Breast Cancer Hero by Lifetime TV, the Jefferson Award-NBC, “Status of Women award,” National Council of Negro Women Inc. Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center award, ICC- Hope Award, Founders Award for Leadership, BET award, “History Maker in the Making” the Lance Armstrong, “Voice of Survivorship.”. D-Mars, Living Legend Award, Top 50 Black Professional and Entrepreneur 2020. Under her leadership, Sisters Network has developed numerous national breast health outreach initiatives including, Hosting the first National African American Breast Cancer Conference and Breast Cancer 10-city Conference Tour, the annual Stop the Silence National African American Breast Cancer 5k Walk/Run attracting nearly 10,000 participants each year and Teens4Pink, a former innovative award winning teen breast health awareness program. Additionally, Sisters’ offers the Gift for Life Block Walk®, Pink Ribbon Faith Base Awareness and the Breast Cancer Assistance Program.
Sisters Network has provided over $1million in conference scholarships to help train African American breast cancer survivors to be advocate leaders in their communities. A recognized and highly sought breast cancer expert, Jackson is frequently invited to speak on the international and national stage and share her perspective on the state of breast cancer in the African American community. Jackson has been featured in numerous national newspapers, magazines, television, radio programs, and Internet media outlets, inclusive of the Huffington Report, Essence, New York Times, Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Ebony, Web MD, Jet, Black Enterprise, Breast Cancer Wellness (cover). A published co-author of several works, including “Breast Diseases: A Year Book Quarterly, Vol.14 No.22003; Jackson is an honorary member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, member of The Houston TX. Chapter Links, Incorporated, Lifetime member of the NAACP. Jackson attended Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. She is surrounded by love from her husband of 33 years, Kyle Scott Jackson, daughter Caleen and two granddaughters Brianna & Alexis.
PODcast: Karen Jackson
TRAILER: Sy Bryant
Sy Bryant is a native Philadelphian, a product of Overbrook High School and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. His educational roots in Philadelphia continued as he attended Temple University graduating with a BA in Computer Science, and later attended Drexel University to acquire a Masters of Business Administration.With over two decades of experience, he has excelled in the pharmaceutical industry. Dedication and consistency have always been traits demonstrative of his character. As a result, his relentless pursuit to sustain and prioritize his family is admirable. Sy is a doting husband. Through his union with Tomika Bryant, together they have two teenagers, a lovely daughter and confident son.
An African Proverb has taught us “It takes a village to raise a child.” For his children, this expression of community has always been realized. However, for Sy, family existed in many forms. It was fashioned throughout his life due to the absence of his biological father. Daily along his life’s journey, he attempted to avoid pain and stereotypes which his mother, and the fantasy of what he wanted his father to be in his mind assisted him through. However, not even his imagination as a child could continue warding off his unresolved scars. Until making a decision to change his attitude about being fatherless, emotions lingered at the surface of his longing and desire to be made “whole”.
Church members, extended family, friends and even his fraternity brothers have all played specific roles in Sy’s development along his journey in life. However, there was always something missing. There was a tremendous void. Like a thorn, at the helm of hope, the weight of fatherlessness began to anchor Sy during his formative years as a teenager. As a result, writing poetry became a means to manage his life.
Writing poetry was not a natural transition for an analytical and process minded person. Yet, that “different way” of thinking was needed. A shift in his mindset to overcome the negative projections and forecast of fatherlessness happened. Eventually, making a decision to focus on his faith and choosing to change his mindset, Sy had a breakthrough. Poetry provided a solution to release every emotion and thought in the pursuit of Peace.
On Father’s Day 2020, Sy released his first collection of poetry, in the form of his book Fatherless. This compilation of poems exposed the pain, outcomes and scars left throughout his journey of existing without a consistent male role model. Moreover, it was freeing.
He experienced a release and understanding. Out of that experience, Fatherless the book was conceived. It remains a commitment to reach beyond history, allowing future generations to exist without the psychological effects of constant abandonment. You can find him on social media at @sy1bryant and his website is www.sy1bryant.com
PODcast: Sy Bryant
Join us on October 21, 2020 on “The Inspiration Incubator”, A Podcast powered by Plans of Action Houston.
About Ontaria Kim Wilson;
Ontaria Kim Wilson is a native of Philadelphia, PA. She has over 29 years in the entertainment industry. She began her journey with the world renowned Rennie Harris Puremovement Hip Hop Theatre Company in 1991. She was a founding member and bid farewell to the company in 1997 to go on tour with R & B recording artist, Gina Thompson. She toured with Gina Thompson throughout the USA and Europe for a year.
In 1998 she toured with Hip Hop recording Artist Eve as a background dancer and choreographer. While with Eve she was honored to perform on the following television shows: Soul Train, Show Time at The Apollo, NFL Under The Helmet, Motown Live, and The Conan O’Brien Show.
Her next honor was choreographing and performing with the legendary Teddy Pendergrass. She toured with Teddy from 1999-2002 throughout the USA. She was honored to perform with Teddy in his last recorded performance “From Teddy With Love.” Ontaria’s passion for dance thrusted her into the spiritual side of dance. In 1999 she became the dance ministry director for The Calvary Baptist Church of Philadelphia. During her tenure she became a dance ministry consultant for churches throughout the tri state area until 2015.
In 2013 she left her job at The Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania to pursue the arts full time. That year she began teaching performing arts to elementary school aged children and she wrote and produced her first stage play “THE HEALING.” The Healing was her breakout production that confirmed her lifelong purpose of sharing the arts to touch one soul at a time.
In 2014 she wrote, produced, and directed her next staged brainchild “DETOX.” Detox has transformed the lives of many people because of it’s message of healing the family by decreasing the use and power we give modern technology and social media. Detox has been in rotation for six years. To read her complete bio, please log onto her website ontariawilsonllc.com
TRAILER: (Dr. J) Jacqueline Howard Carr Ph. D.
Join us tomorrow 10-14-20 at 7:00 PM CST on Spotify, Anchor, Radiopublic, www.plansofactionhouston.com or your favorite podcast outlet. Together, Dr. J and I will explore her journey in STEM. Below you will find an excerpt of Dr. J’s bio. . For now, you can also click on the youtube video below. “Mrs. Howard Carr affectionately known as Dr. J, was born in Ohio, raised in Indiana, and became an adult in California. She holds a Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate degrees, all in Education with specializations in Family and Community Services and Religious Studies. As a first-generation college student Dr. J has first-hand knowledge of how a college preparatory program and strong support system can provide students and families with skills, resources and access to higher education.” Please log onto www.stembridgeshouston.com to read it in its entirety.
PODCAST: Dr. J
TRAILER: Lil John Roberts
Did you know music is a universal language, mood changer, improves memory, eases pain, provides comfort, improves cognition, helps to regulate emotions, creates happiness and relaxation?
On 09.30.20 join us at the Inspiration Incubator, a PODcast powered by Plans of Action Houston. “Lil John Roberts.” The Educator. The Music. The Man & The Prodigy. Arguably, John is the most prolific drummer of our generation. He has worked with Janet Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Will Smith/Jazzy Jeff, Neyo and just about all the musical icons. Together, we take a journey revisiting the exposure and his experiences that led to his overwhelming success. You can find his album “The Hearbeat” on Spotify, Youtube and more. To view his full bio, log onto liljohnroberts.com. You can find him on most social media outlets Lil John Roberts @liljohnroberts and Last but not least, John is also an #Overbrookpanther
PODcast: Lil John Roberts
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TRAILER: Marina Angelica Coryat
Are you ready to “Prepare for Due (DU) Season” With Minister, Advisor, Community Leader, Marina Coryat? Click the Link below to join us!
All PODcast episodes are on Anchor, Spotify or Plans of Action Houston’s website. Marina Angelica Coryat is the Owner of Refined Communications, LLC. She is an innovative, strategic and results-driven business relations leader with extensive experience in public affairs and community relations in corporate, non-profit, and governmental arenas. She also serves as the Communications Director for Texas State Representative Senfronia Thompson. Marina has a solid track record to lead and inspire by positively creating strategies, developing programs and building strong relationships. Some of her experience has been for organizations such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, McDonald’s franchise owners, and the City of Houston. As a goal-oriented advocate of continuous improvement, she solves problems creatively to exceed expectations, generate revenue, minimize expenses and contribute to overall company branding, growth and morale. She was also a political candidate on the November 2019 ballot for Houston’s City Council.
In addition to her work, Marina is a Lifetime Member and Ambassador of the Greater Houston Partnership. Her desire is to see individuals grow to their fullest potential and reach their destiny. This drives her passion for serving as an Advisory Board Member for both United Way’s Career and Recovery Resources, Inc. and the Houston Area Urban League (HAUL). She is also the HAUL Fund Development Chair and was the Co-chair of HAUL’s 49th Annual Equal Opportunity Day Gala. In 2018, SunArise International Ministries was founded by Minister Marina Coryat in Houston, Texas. This ministry was founded to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ and bring healing. The foundational scripture for this ministry is Malachi 4:2 and supported by Isaiah 60:1.
PODcast: Marina A. Coryat
TRAILER: Doctor Tamara Beckford
Join Us Tonight 7:00, September 16, 2020 pm CST, Anchor, Spotify, or plansofactionhouston.com where all of the podcast episodes are listed. Telemedicine may be perfect for some of your medical needs. Doctor Beckford is passionate about patient care. She loves educating her patients about ways to improve their health. As the Founder, she is launching a telemedicine urgent care named UR Caring Docs. To sign up for services or contact Dr. Tamara Beckford urcaringdocs.com
PODcast: Doctor Tamara Beckford
Plans of Action Houston celebrates the life and legacy of Chadwick Boseman.
Houston’s Honorable Hollingsworths – The Doctors are in the building.
Mrs. Hollingsworth possesses a Doctoral in Clinical Psychology, owns and operates two Psychological Practices while instructing as an Assistant Professor with the Department of Psychology at Texas Southern University.
Meanwhile, Mr. Hollingsworth possesses his Doctorate in Chemistry. He is a member of the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at the University of St. Thomas (UST) in Houston, Texas. In addition to leading a research team, Dr. Hollingsworth serves as the faculty co-advisor for the UST Chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS), as well as the UST Chapter of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE).
This is just the tip of the iceberg! Did I mention their daughter has an animated youtube channel, Gracie’s Corner, and they are a family of five?
Let’s unpack these two this Wednesday, as they share details about their journey, together.
Houston’s Hispanic Hero, Hugo Mojica – During this episode with Hugo, he has been quoted as saying “I am the embodiment of the American Dream.” We thoroughly enjoyed his journey as a Community Leader here in Houston Texas. Following his interview Hugo was nominated by Plans of Action Houston for the Mayor’s Hispanic Heritage Community Activist Award.
“In recognition of this year’s #HispanicHeritageMonth, I join the Mayor’s Hispanic Advisory Board to honor five exemplary Houstonians.
The individuals were nominated by community members and selected by the Mayor’s Hispanic Heritage Awards (MHHA) Committee for their outstanding contributions toward improving the quality of life within the Houston Hispanic community.
Hugo Mojica is the recipient of the 2020 Mayor’s Hispanic Heritage Community Activist Award. His devotion to serving others is the motivation behind his involvement in many community-based initiatives and organizations. Born in Nicaragua but raised in the Near North Side of Houston, Hugo graduated in the top five percent of his class from Jeff Davis High School and became a first-generation college student at the University of Houston where he attained a bachelor’s degree in political science. He then furthered his education and earned a Masters in Public Administration from Florida International University and a Master of Arts from the University of Miami. Hugo has nearly two decades of experience working for local, state, and federal officials and nonprofit organizations. He currently serves as the Program Manager of Community Affairs for the Houston Astros Foundations. Hugo also serves as the president of the League of United Latin American Citizens’ council no.402 and was previously a director for District VIII, is a member of Rotary Club, Rodeo Houston and is the current vice president for Parents for Public Schools. In 2017, Hugo was honored with COMCAST’s Hispanic Hero Award for his service in the community.” ~ Mayor Sylvester Turner.
To learn more about Hugo: http://www.hugomojica.org/
PODcast: Hugo Mojica
TRAILER: Felicia Young
In The Huddle with Felicia Young – During Episode 2 of Season 1, Felicia Young shares her journey of faith. Years ago, when she was at her lowest point in life, Ms. Young received a prophecy that God would greatly bless her through her only beloved son. After overcoming many obstacles, her son did indeed get drafted by the NFL . Join her on a true testament of God’s plan. http://www.thefeliciayoungministries.com/
Also, thank you Michigan for not disenfranchising Detroit voters. My aunt Barbara lost her quick battle with COVID-19 last night, and as I mentioned on Election Day, she mailed her ballot in before the paramedics took her in. Voting was crucial to her. Should be to us all. 🙏🏿💔
My memoir, A Promised Land, is out today. I hope you’ll read it. My goal was to give you some insight into the events and people that shaped me during the early years of my presidency. Most of all, I hope it inspires you to see yourself playing a role in shaping a better world.