'Community Focus' is EASY 93.1's long-running signature community affairs program, airing each Sunday morning at 6:50 a.m. ET, hosted by correspondents Ellen Jaffe and Jeff Martin.
Women United / Walk Like MADD
Segment 1: Macey Markowitz, Director of Women's Philanthropy at United Way of Broward County discusses 'Magnolia After Dark' a 'Women United' fundraiser on April 29th - a drive-in, socially-distanced Women's Empowerment event, featuring Olympic Gold-Medal Gymnast, Dominique Dawes.
Segment 2: Heather Geronemus, founder of the Walk Like MADD and MADD Dash 5k Fort Lauderdale, talks about the return of the event April 25th, with options to participate live or virtually.
Guardian Ad Litem - Child Abuse Prevention Month
Adena Wilson, Community Engagement & Volunteer Recruitment for the Guardian Ad Litem program explains how volunteers advocate for children in the Foster system.
http://www.galbroward17.org - 954-831-6214
Child Abuse Prevention Hotline: 1-800-962-2873
Jobs for Adults with Disabilities / Quarantine's Effect on Children
Segment 1: Debbie Telsey, Founder of I Can Living and Learning Center discusses job training & opportunities for adults with disabilities.
Segment 2 - Dr Mona Amin from Pediatric Associates talks about the Pandemic & Quarantine's effect on children, and how to help them cope.
Each week on 'Viewpoints,' you'll hear from experts, authors and newsmakers in fields such as business, social sciences, sports, education, popular culture and the arts. 'Viewpoints' airs on EASY 93.1 each Sunday morning at 6:20 a.m. ET.
Managing Mental Health in the Medical Field During a Pandemic / End-of-Life Planning
Segment 1: Host: Gary Price. Guest: Dr. Greg Hammer, pediatric intensive care physician, anesthesiologist, professor, Stanford University School of Medicine, discusses physician burnout during the Pandemic, and systems that have been created to better support healthcare workers.
Segment 2: Host: Marty Peterson. Guest: Abby Schneiderman, co-CEO, Everplans, co-author, In Case You Get Hit By a Bus: How to Organize Your Life Now for When You’re Not Around Later. A life-planning expert, Schneiderman addresses concerns that about 60% of American don't yet have a will in place.
Entrepreneurship in the Cannabis Market / Alphabetical Arrangement
Segment 1 Guests: Guests: David Wunderlich, senior attorney, Hoban Law Group; Demitri Downing, Founder, Exec Dir, Marijuana Industry Trade Association of Arizona
A look at the potential for jobs and revenue in the Recreational Use Marijuana Market. https://flowhub.com/cannabis-industry-statistics
Segment 2 Guest: Judith Flanders, historian, author, A Place for Everything: The Curious History of Alphabetical Order
The Ups & Downs of Artificial Intelligence / Modern Adulthood
Segment 1: Cade Metz, technology correspondent, The New York Times, talks about Artificial Intelligence and how it can impact our daily lives. https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/565698/genius-makers-by-cade-metz/
Segment 2: Kayleen Schaefer, writer, author, 'But You’re Still So Young: How Thirty Somethings Are Redefining Adulthood', discusses today’s generations and how the challenges they face greatly differ from those of their parents or grandparents.