A weekly program hosted by Stanley El, spotlighting South Jersey people, Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m.
Host Stanley El speaks with his good friend Carlotla Jones. Carlota is here on behalf of her daughters organization, Success First, where she is the president of the organization. She discusses the inspiration behind the non-profit organization and what their main goal is.
Host Stanley El speaks with the founder of TAT Life Tapes Flemming. Tapes explains what TAT stands for, Tapas AcupressureTechnique and what it is. Tapes also shares stories of healing, happiness and being free of past traumas.
Host Stanley El speaks with Artist and Reiki Healer Lorenzo Walker. Lorenzo talks about equality from a unique perspective, the individual being equal.
Host Stanley El speaks with Dr. Zayd Abdul-Karim. Dr. Zayd shares his appreciation and gratitude for life in a discourse manner that inspires all.
Host Stanley El speaks with Jannesha Henry. Regular guest Jannesha shares her troubled past. She is a prime example of being able to overcome any hardship, no matter how painful or horrible it might be.
Host Stanley El speaks with his good friend Jenifer Jones. Jenifer talks about her life growing up as an American Indian and how they werent living the American Dream despite her parents not talking about it. She also talks about her past as a cheerleader for the Philadelphia Eagles while she started her investment practice, which she still runs today.
Host Stanley El speaks with his daughter Olga El. Olga talks about her work in theatre and dance, including her plays and scripts. She also talks about her most recent performance, which they watched in studio.
Host Stanley El speaks with four actresses from BK Productions. The four actresses display their remarkable talents by performing monologues from their play Breaking the Chains. They also talk about how they get into character for each performance and how their goal is making the audience want to know what happens next.
Host Stanley El speaks with journalism major Christina Rodriques. As a Zumba instructor, Christina shares the power of dance and how she got over her fears. Christina also talks about her future aspirations of being a talk show host.
Host Stanley El speaks with keynote speaker and author Chris Sopa. Chris AND Stanley discuss the inspiration behind her book and how behavior change can create a stress free life. Chris also speaks about her beliefs on how youth will help to benefit the future.
Host Stanley El speaks with the President of the Greenwich Tea Party Patriots of South Jersey, Brenda Roames. Brenda talks about how she went from being a Choir Director to being involved in the Tea Part, and while she is heavily involved with the Greenwich Tea Party the most important thing in her life is family. Brenda also shares her American Dream of her children living in a world without worries.
Host Stanley El speaks with the President of the National Center of Constitutional Studies, Earl Taylor. In honor of National Constitutional Day, Earl talks about the Constitution and all the different branches of government. Earl also talks about how teaching the Constitution is not required in public schools.
Host Stanley El speaks with former Rowan University Professor George Crispin. George speaks about growing up in poverty during World War II. George also mentions how his hard work helped him to achieve his American Dream, which he is now living.
Host Stanley El speaks with entrepreneur John Clidy. John talks about how his faith always comes first in his life and it helps him in his like of being an entrepreneur. John also shares his American Dream which he is already living
Host Stanley El speaks with Tionna Ferchion. Tionna discusses her life with Crohn's disease and how she gets the strength to positively push on each day. She also talks about how her own experiences with Crohns disease inspired her to become an advocate for the cause.
Host Stanley El is joined by returning guest Anika Deeberry. Anika talks about how she followed her passion for acting over the summer by participating in two local musicals and how she's preparing for her upcoming year as a new transfer student at Rowan Univeristy. Anika also shares her new American Dream of being someone that people can look up to.
Host Stanley El speaks with piano teacher Rachel Mayer. Rachel talks about how she feels the power music helps shape lives and shares her American Dream.
Host Stanley El speaks with fifteen-year-old musician Angel Castelon. Angel talks about how he taught himself to play multiple instruments and how the encouragement of his friends helps him to keep going. He also mentions his American Dream of making the world a more positive place and ends the show by playing a song.
Host Stanley El speaks with Youth Advocate Donnece Balley. Donnece talks about how her ministry is helping build a great educational future for the youth of her community. She also shares her American Dream of seeing her communitys youth going in the right direction in life.
Host Stanley El, co-host Maya Grantham spoke with graphic designer, animator, and artist Tom Wilson. Tom shares his American dreams of career and family.
Host Stanley El, co-host Maya Grantham spoke with Master Pianist Jeffery Mayer. Jeffery talks about his love of music and his desire to see it transforms lives.
Host Stanley El is joined by filmmaker Kevin Young. Kevin brings light to a new world of young friends; he calls leaders, to take charge of their worlds future. Kevin also shares his American dream.
Host Stanley El is joined by author, poet, and entrepreneur, Charron Monoe. Charron discusses her life as an aspiring filmmaker and her various scripts. She also mentions her vision on how to get them on the big screen.
Sharnice Jones, author and founder of the organization, Success First, joins host Stanley El on this weeks addition of The American Dream. At the young age of 19, Sharnice shares her story of progress. How she went from reaching a few locally to nationally reaching hearts and building self-esteem in people everywhere.
Host Stanley El is joined by Jocelyn Elyse, the marketing coordinator for Wagman hair. Jocelyn talks about her role with the company, as well as her job as a case manager working with the mentally ill. She goes on to reveal her future aspirations and the importance of family.
Host Stanley El is joined by returning guest Calin Anderson and they discusses the advantages of using technology to promote oneself and how people have to adapt in order to succeed in the career world. Calin also mentions how his American Dream keeps evolving.
Host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham, spoke with Imani Glenn and returning guest Christopher Schley. Christopher talks about the upcoming Juneteenth Celebration taking place at the Woodbury Childhood Development Center, while Imani shares her American Dream.
Host Stanley El, co-host Maya Grantham spoke with musician Illadelph. Born Kenyatta Darnell Parker, Illadelph spoke about his American Dream: to start his own business and watch it grow and help people in need.
Host Stanley El, Jahneesha Henry and K-Len Anderson were joined by WGLS-FM Co-Operations Manager, Dale Hamstra. Hamstra discussed his career plans post-graduation and the best bit of advice he's gotten. The group also spoke about different executive staff members at Rowan Radio who have made a positive impact on the station.
Host Stanley El was joined by Jeanne DelColle, a history teacher at the Burlington County Institute of Technology where she was named the 2012 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year. DelColle shared her American Dream of helping students reach their dreams. She also stressed the importance of education throughout one's life and the incoproration of technology into education.
Host Stanley El, cohost Maya Grantham, Jahnesha Henry and K-Len Anderson met for a special "Spring Fling" show. The group discussed how today's young people are seen as a "lost generation." Despite this negative connotation, the group mentioned the positive and outstanding things they've seen their peers accomplish.
John Carlson, leadership coach, joined host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham to discuss his passion for helping others. He spoke about his entrepreneurial motivations and his work as a volunteer.
Members of the Multimedia for Youth program from the Woodbury Child Development Center in Woodbury, NJ joned host Stanley El to discuss their American Dreams. Samantha shared her dream of being a singer, Christian hopes to be a police officer, Andrew dreams of being a soccer player and Arianna wants to help people with disabilities, just like her mother. The children spoke about what they can do in the future to help reach these goals.
Robert Hawthorne, poet and philosopher joined host Stanley El, co-host Maya Grantham, K-Len Anderson and Jahneesha Henry. Hawthorne spoke about the significance of the vernal equinox--spring--and read some of his poems. Following Hawthorne's readings, the group discussed his work.
Nikoloz Kurdaze, a tennis player from the Republic of Georgia, joined host Stanley El to talk about his tennis career and his life in America. Kurdaze, who became successful in swimming and tennis in the Republic of Georgia, came to America in 2008 to attend the University of Portland on a full tennis scholarship and then transferred to Drexel University. Later, Kurdadze shared his hopes for his tennis career.
Host Stanley El spoke with Drejon Dunn, also known as King Ku, founder of King of the Underground, LLC. Dunn spoke about his work as a youth activist and how he focuses on the positive environment of entertainment to help kids. He spoke about how he's putting kids in contact with positive people in the entertainment business. He stressed that negative conditions can be overcome.
Host Stanley El spoke with Rowan Radio station member, Benny Panella about his career at Rowan Radio and what he hopes to accomplish post-graduation. He discussed how his upbringing, including boy scouts and martial arts, influenced him personally and professionally. Finally, Panella expressed his hope for America's economy to grow.
Grand Master Vernon Rich of CMA Martial Arts and Self Defense in Woodbury, NJ joined host Stanley El to discuss his city-life upbringing and his evolution into his love and practice of martial arts. Rich shared the core values he instills in his students and the rewards he reaps as an entrepreneur.
Jahnesha Henry, model, playwright, artist and poet joined host Stanley El and K-Len Anderson to discuss her many passions from writing to nursing to modeling and motherhood. She also discussed her American Dream, to be the best example for her children. She aims to complete college and achieve her dream of being a nurse. Later, Henry gave a synopsis of the play she's finished writing and planning to stage later this year.
Host Stanley El spoke with Lauren Fisher, a Deptford native and Deptford Township Hall of Famer for Basketball, boxer, artist, writer and model about her career and projects. Fisher hopes to inspire others through the work she does and looks to be inspired by others' stories. She also spoke about an "interactive journal" she's working on for young girls to help them start thinking at a deeper level.
Host Stanley El spoke with Robert Hawthorne, poet, philosopher and studier of macrobiotics. Hawthorne made his contribution to the American Dream through poetic insights into a New Age for the earth. He explained some of his poetic habits and inspirations as well as a few short readings of some of his recent work.
Host Stanley El, co-host Maya Grantham, Allie Volpe and K-Len Anderson talked about their hopes and expectations for 2013. Grantham discussed an upcoming play she's starring in, Volpe shared her excitement of graduation, Anderson talked about revamping his YouTube series and El mentioned his numerous books he's publishing this year. He also offered insight on how writing books is much easier than it seems.
Tony Ebola, 10, joined host Stanley El to discus his future career aspirations which include becoming a veteranarian. He also shared how he reached his goal of saving money to buy a dog. Tony also talked about working with his father at his pizza shop in Woodbury, NJ and hopes to one day work there.
Michael Williams, musician and composer, joined host Stanley El to discuss his music career. Recently, Williams has founded a grassroots program called The Healing America Music Project that deals with healing and the principles of the American Constitution. Williams goes into detail about how all the events in his life have lead up to him creating this group and working with music. He also stressed the importance and relevance of performing patriotic music all year long.
Tom Mirochna, artist and gallery owner joined host Stanley El to discuss his gallery, Tria Art located in Woodbury, NJ. Mirochna shared his American dream, to help establish the arts in South Jersey, particularly in Woodbury. He also talked about his art and his career as an artist. Later, Mirochna talked about the opening of his gallery and the various artists' work he houses there.
Grand Master Vernon Rich, martial arts instructor at CMA Martial Arts Self Defense and entrepreneur, joined host Stanley El to discuss his martial arts background and his American Dream of rebuilding the reputation of martial arts. Rich later explained what he expects out of students and what he does to meet students' expectations. Finally, physical benefits of practicing martial arts were outlined.
New author, Kimberly Garvin joined host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham to share stories about the making of her upcoming novel with the working title, "Words Inspired by Men". Her goal is a ministry to women seeking a better, more rewarding life.
Host Stanley El was joined by Dianna Califri, student at Rowan University as well as an executive staff member at Rowan Radio. Califri spoke about her love of radio and what got her into the medium: working the soundboard for her hig school's production. In addition, she spoke about what she considers her greatest victory--paying for college and learning how to live on her own.
Richard Hay, a retired military pilot and now a writer, joined host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham to talk about his stream of consciousness writing as well as his time served in Vietnam. Later he discussed his haiku writing and read excerpts from a piece called "The Land of the Free," in which Hay was inspired by the liberties we have in the country.
Host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham sat down with Sadik Wicks, the youngest-ever guest on the American Dream at ten years old, to talk about the non-profit organization he founded called Let Me Finish who's mission is to raise awareness about stuttering. The organization is also raising money to send five children to camp.
Kimberly Garvin, writer, poet and songwriter joined host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham to share her love for family, life and God. She shared the concept of her upcoming novel--a woman who writes reflective poems after major moments in her life. She also spoke about her highly ambitious children.
Cindy Cipriani, founder of Clear Path Institute (clearpathinstitute.com) joined host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham to discuss her motivation behind starting Clear Path Institute. Cipriani also discussed the importance of connecting to a person's inner spirituality and how that translates to outward progress. In addition, Cipriani has a book coming out soon called "Moving Past The Death of a Loved One," as well as "The Five C Solution," in which she describes the five c's.
Host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham were joined by Tony Evoala, a restaurant owner, where he discussed his American Dream of being in the restaurant business, where he's worked for twenty years. He shared strories of his father's ventures in the culinary world and how he got involved in his father's pizza shop. He stressed the importance of family in his experience with cooking and his restaurant.
In a special edition of The American Dream, co-host Maya Grantham got a chance to be a guest and share her interests and goals. Grantham, who's only fourteen years old, has been co-hosting the American Dream for a year and hopes to go to New York University in three years--she plans to graduate high school in three years rather than four. Later Grantham spoke about her month-long stay in New York for a dance program. Finally, Grantham gave advice to young people on how to reach their dreams.
Charnice Jones joined host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham to discuss her upcoming school year and her passions. An incoming freshman at Drew University for premed and musical theatre, Jones talked about her book "Success Before Sex," which began as an award-winning essay. Jones also expressed her drive to share her message with young girls everywhere.
Antwon Braxton, a Rowan RTF major and cinematographer, joined host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham to talk about passions in film, television and music. Braxton further discussed his many passions and his excitement to learn and eventually have a fruitful career in whatever route he chooses. Later, Braxton discussed the importance and prominence of technology in society. He expressed the importance of balance with technology and other activities.
DJ Tay, aka Tyshawn Dickson, joined host Stanely El to talk about his music career. Initially a dancer, Dickson started writing music in sixth grade. Now, eighteen years old, Dickson is a paid DJ. In addition to his music, Dickson has started a clothing line and hopes to expand upon his line.
Me'Kayla Jackson, Kasi Smith and Dee Jay Tay joined host Stanley El to share their dreams and aspirations. Dee Jay Tay talked about his music career, Smith, an eleven-year-old short story writer, discussed her writings and her writing process. Later, Jackson, also a journalist and blogger, talked about her budding career which includes writing business proposals.
Anika and K-Len joined host Stanley El to talk about their present endeavors. Anika talked about her experience in a recent pageant where she placed third runner up and most photogenic. She spoke about the selection process for the pageant and her preparations. K-Len spoke about his Youtube show, "Worst Of The Week" and his personal vlog. Later, Anika explained different music and food from the Caribbean islands. Both discussed their plans for the rest of the summer.
Sharadora Sisco, founder of the Sharadora Scholarship Foundation and Living Your Purpose Pageant joined host Stanley El to talk about the pageant and what last year's winner Maya Grantham has done during her time as Miss Living Your Purpose. Sisco gave the specifics and qualifications for the 2012 Living Your Purpose Pageant. She also explained the skills entrants gain during the pageant process. Finally, Sisco encouraged youth to follow their dreams and gives them the platform to do so.
Deanna Davis joined host Stanley El to talk about the importance of Independence Day. Davis also discussed her business that she started and the importance of hard work to be successful. Later, El performed a special Fourth of July reading.
The Rowan Radio Youth Interns joined host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham to discuss their future projects over the summer involving multimedia, business, film, music and pageantry. Grantham then talked about a dance camp she'll be attending in Brooklyn for five weeks. Finally, El talked about an upcoming youth film festival in Galloway, NJ.
Shawn Jones joined host Stanley El to share a wealth of wisdom in an interview of life experiences and expression. Jones, an author, aspires to help uplift others through her writings. She hopes that her books can change people's lives. Her book, which she described as a Devotional Book, is comprised of Jones's personal devotions, beginning with her birth. In addition, Jones teaches dance and also tutors.
Shalay Jefferson, a nurse for LabCorp of America and a hopeful sports-medicine reporter for ESPN, joined host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham to discuss her future in communications and dream of being on TV one day. She spoke about bringing back old traditions and different organizations that promote positivitiy. Finally, Jefferson expressed her determination to get where she wants to be regardless of any hardships.
Cindi Cipriani, founder of Clear Path Institute, joined host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham to talk about her mission to help others enjoy the fullness of live. After a period of self-reflection, she turned her life towards helping others through her writing and the Clear Paths Institute. Her first book, "Moving Past the Death of a Loved One," is due out soon. For more information, check out clearpathinstitute.com
Host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham spoke with K-Len Anderson about his online Youtube series, "Worst Of The Week." They also sat down with Christopher, a young aspiring filmmaker who also makes short films on Youtube. Anika also talked about projects she's involved in: an acting troupe that reaches out to young children, dancing and pageantry. Jasmine talked about her volunteer work. Finally, Zada talked about her running career and her short movies she makes in her spare time.
Mikayla Jackson joined host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham to discuss her passion for journalism and photojournalism. She hopes to shed light to American readers on living conditions in other countries. Jackson also spoke about her American Dream: worldwide happiness. She hopes that her photographs and writing could help influence this dream.
Host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham spoke with Anika Deeberry about her passion for acting and desire to get into show business. Also on the show was K-Len Anderson, an intern at MTV and a Rowan University student. He spoke about a web-series he is currently producing. Finally Grantham gave a little background on her history with Rowan Radio.
Olga El and Ana Leah joined host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham to discuss a dance group they organized called Randake Dance Theater for Social Change. They mentioned how it was their social mission to share the dream for change through dance expression via Randake Dance Theater. Both dancers based out of New York City, El and Leah shared information about a performance they have coming up in Somerset, New Jersey on May 5th.
Host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham talked with two of the newest teen interns and what they've learned so far through the program. Later in the show, Remix, a musician who aims to share the word of God through music joined to speak about how he tries to bring positivity into hip-hop. In addition, Remix mentioned how he gets his lyrics from God.
Riecee Siren joined host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham to discuss her desires to help others through her music. Siren, originally from a group called Renewed Disciples, is now working on her solo project: singing and rapping. Siren, who began her career as a bathroom singer, now is just beginning a solo career and performing. In addition, Siren sang a few bars from one of her songs. Finally, she stressed the importance of being a good role model for younger listeners.
Susan Hunter joined host Dr. Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham to provide information on an online community for women that provides a forum with the focus on traditional medicine and holistic therapy surrounding breast cancer. She is building the community to help empower women and teach them that they have choices. After a year and a half of development, 4wholeness.com was launched. A re-launch of the site is taking place in a few weeks.
Siblings Sharnice and Christopher Jones joined host Stanley El to share their American Dreams. Sharnice, who enjoys singing and acting, and Christopher, who is an aspiring filmmaker, have huge aspirations for teenagers. Sharnice spoke of her dreams of being on Broadway and going to medical school. Christopher spoke of owning his own business and getting involved with animation. Finally, they shared what they believe it takes for young people to be successful and reach their dreams.
In observance of Women's History Month, Dr. Lenore Hill shared a woman's veterans project. Dr. Hill spoke about her work in developing programs to house and give supportive services to women veterans. She also mentioned the personal development center for women veterans that she's currently working towards. Finally, Hill spoke of her American Dream: not forgetting the work that veterans--men and women--have done.
Raymond West shared his graphic design aspirations with host Dr. Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham. West described the trials of being young with an American Dream of success. West explained his strengths in the field and how he hopes to eventually see his work in magazines. Besides just working with graphics, West also incorporates photography into his designs.
The grand finale of the American Dream's Black History Month Girlfriends of Women Pioneers concluded with the group of girls who participated in the month-long event. Zayda Flannigan shared information about Cynthia Dolores Tucker, Ciara Brewington detailed the accomplishments of Althea Gibson, Taisha Colon shared the story of Donyale Luna and Jazmin Wilson provided information on Madam C.J. Walker.
As a continuing tribute to Black History Month, Taisha Colon shared the story of Donyale Luna, the famous African American model and the first cover girl. Born Peggy Ann Freeman, Luna grew up in a troubled household and eventually went on to be the first African American on the cover of Vogue magazine in 1966. Colon detailed Luna's career and personal life as well as the impact of race in modeling and publications of the time.
As a part of Black History Month, Ciara Brewington joined host Stanley El to discuss the accomplishments of Althea Gibson, pioneer for African American women in tennis. Brewington, who also plays tennis, mentioned that Gibson was the first African American to be named the female athlete of the year. Due to the views on race in the country at the time, Gibson faced challenges. Brewington was inspired by Gibson's perseverance in tennis.
As a continuing tribute to Black History Month, Maya Grantham and Jazmin profiled prominent African American men and women in history. Grantham and host Stanley El discussed the Harlem Renaissance and the popular musicians of the time. Jazmin talked a bit about the life and work of Madam C.J. Walker.
Zayda Flannigan a nine year old member of Teen Circle of Ten, a local organization. The group is participating in a Black History Month activity and Zayda chose to share information about Cynthia Dolores Tucker, a civil rights activist from the Philadelphia area. Zayda gave a a biography of Tucker's life as well as what she found most interesting about Tucker.
Olga El and Lasha Naziara, dancers, shared information about a dance group that they direct: Kandake Dance Theatre Company. Based out of New York, the company is comprised of a collection of dancers and performers of all different backgrounds. The women consider the company as a dance group for social change. They mentioned how the group infuses different styles of dance into their performances. Upcoming performances and more information can be found at http://www.wix.com/kandakedance/xiii.
Robert Hawthorne, a sociologist and self-proclaimed "lightologist" (one who shares the light), joined host Stanley El in order to share his 2012 prophecy. Hawthorne gave insight on his background and training. In addition, Hawthorne gave a reading of a summary of research findings and personal observations. Finally, Hawthorne explained how he comes to his conclusions and inspirations for his poetry.
Host Stanley El, Maya Grantham, co-host and Allie Volpe showed insight on how to approach the new year. The big word: responsibility. The group shared examples about work ethic, technology influences and differences within today's young adults.
Cassandra Ulrich, author of "A Beautiful Girl," joined host Stanley El to share her professional experiences and personal aspirations. Ulrich spoke about her book as well as her hopes of enriching the lives of others. She detailed her process while writing "A Beautiful Girl." More information can be found at cassandraulrich.blogspot.com
Anthony Flax, director of nonprofits, and Fred Johnson, owner and director of Fred A. Johnson and Company joined host Stanley El to share important tax information for nonprofits hoping to help them improve their organizations tax exempt statistics. Flax and Johnson also discussed the Pension Protection Act, non-compliance nonprofits and their backgrounds in the field. More information can be found at www.uneedtaxhelp.com.
Shay Richardson of Salem County Vo Tech shares his experiences with youth and ideas on how to prepare them for the future. Richardson, who works with special needs students, helps them discover their passions in life and how to succeed at them. He hopes to help America's youth act in a way that others can be proud of.
The Rowan Radio Teen Interns share their gratitude for the blessings bestowed upon them and encourage teens everywhere to strive for greatness in everything they do. They shared their views on gratitude, humility, forgiveness and giving during this special time of the year.
Ethan Williams shared his dream of helping other youth. His talents are varied and his heart big, making a great tool for helping youth. He shared his love for music, graphics, lyrics and business.
This week, the teen interns at Rowan Radio talked about themselves, their interests, their American Dream and what they would like to see in the future for America. Maya Grantham co-hosted and the interns held an open discussion on their hopes for America's youth.
Kathy Nichols shares information about an annual production and local ministry "A Dream Shattered." The show is being produced by BK Production with hopes of changing lives for the audience. The play will be shown in the TD Bank Arts Centre on November 12, 2011 at 6 pm.
A group of motivated teens joined host Dr. Stanley El on this week's show. The group was introduced as the Rowan Radio Teen interns, teens from the surrounding area learning the skill necessary for a future in radio. The interns shared their personal profiles.
Divine Leaders of Eternal Joy (DLEJ), a youth ministry musical group joined host Stanley El to talk about their mission to help today's youth make good decisions. The group's passion for music and God was discussed. DLEJ performed at the close of the show.
Christian Schley, a man committed to promoting youth shared his love for God, but also his dream. He also introduces a young musical group, talent and ministry: DLEJ (Divine Leaders of Eternal Joy).
Host Stanley El speaks with David Barnes, a spoken word artist from Camden, New Jersey. He discusses the power of spoken word poetry.
Shay Richardson, Assistant Superintendent of Salem County Vocational Tech, provides his insights into happiness and success for himself and our youth.
Guest Cheryl Jackson, Grantham youth advocate, poses a unique proposition to the American Dream audience. She feels we need to correct the world, that we are out of order. She offers powerful insight.
Sharadora Sisco was joined by teens to reflect on the recent "Living Your Purpose" pageant. These young ladies and gentlemen share the lessons learned.
Mrs. Sharadora Sisco told the story of the recent "Living Your Purpose" pageant. Also, she recalled the path to victory for the pageant's winner, Maya Grantham.
Host Stanley El talks to Ms. Living Your Purpose 2011 Maya Grantham and Brooklyn Lang about their experiences at the Ms. Living Your Purpose Pageant on August 6, 2011.
In a special part two episode Stanley El continues to talk to Ms. Living Your Purpose 2011 Maya Grantham and Brooklyn Lang about their experiences at the Ms. Living Your Purpose Pageant on August 6, 2011.
Stanley El speaks to Carole Gold, an attorney turned Universal Lawyer. Carole is on a profound mission to illuminate as many people as possible on the Laws of Life and the new era dawning.
Stanley El talks to Paston Zaniel Yung about his experiences in life and how they have put him on the path serving God through his own church at age of 25.
Host Stanley El talks to Ricky Renoso a singer, musician, and music composer about his commitment to serving God and talks about sharing his feelings through his music and lyrics,
Host Stanley El talks to Ezra McCoy, an 11-year-old American Dream Intern, about his experiences and dreams of running his own business.
Host Stanley El and the American Dream teen interns share their experiences from the "Juneteenth Celebration," where they worked as camera operators and and reporters.
Stanley El interviews Javis Sisco, an intern for the American Dream, about his dreams and poetry. His poetry focuses on love and girls.
Dr. Stanley El talks to Shanice Jones a highschool junior, about her fantastic journey as an ACTSO Golden Award Winning Essayist and as a promising young singer.
Dr. Stanely El talks to Maya Grantham, a Sharadora Scholarship Foundation Rowan Radio Teen Intern and American Dream Co-host.
Dr. Stanley El talks to world traveler, Barbara M. Dowell. Barbara shares excerpts from her book "Eight years, Five People," a documentary of her life with her family as they traveled the world.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Osrick Pilgrim shared powerful insights into the balance needed in our economy and at home.
Stanley El sits down with Tomaro Pilgrim, who is on a mission for our youth. Her dedication is sincere, her vision is global.
Host Stanley El interviews Ted Johnson, a young man who expresses his hopes, goals, and American Dream.
Stanley El is joined by Allie Volpe, journalism major here at Rowan University, who brought forth light in a very enlightening interview. Her American Dream of music magazine journalism brings promise to the future of music.
Host Stanley El speaks with Maya Grantham who shares her dreams and aspirations. She includes wealth, happiness and God.
Host Stanley El talks with Deanna Daris who sees freedom as the American Dream. She reflects on her recent visit to Eygpt.
Tiffany Rae Reid joins host Stanley El to contribute powerful insights regarding biracial issues and their contribution.
Gloria Byard shares her concerns for the future of our youth. Her historic accomplishments are her foundation.
Sharadora Sisco, Diana Bridgett, and Deirdre K Nelson share their dreams and aspirations in celebrating Women's History Month.
Host Stanley El speaks with youth advocate, Sharadora Sisco, shares one of her dreams of empowering youth. Her message is giving back.
Host Stanley El speaks with Brittany Adams, an aspiring youth looking to expand her horizons. At 15, she is exceeding normal acheivement.
Stanley El sits down with WGLS-FM's own Sports Director Adam Dobrowolski to discuss his future in Broadcast Journalism and the challenges he faces upon graduation.
Tiffany Rae Reid, professional speaker, coach and mentor, joins host Stanley El to share her sensitive dream of helping multi racial people to understand their blessings.
Host Stanley El spoke with Physical Education Teacher Gloria Byard about her time as the first African American on the U.S. Field Hockey team and her dreams to inspire youth to reach their potential.
Host Stanley El spoke to Rotary International Group Study Exchange Team Leaders Shawn Stephenson and Mary Lynne Reynolds about the Rotary International and their student exchange program between the U.S. and India.
Host Stanley El spoke to author, speaker, and founder of The Circle of Ten, Shawn Stephenson about the roles of women and the importance of accepting responsibility.
Host Stanley El spoke to musician, producer and teacher Michael Williams about his love of America and God. He read from works by the founders of America and promoted his music.
Host Stanley El spoke to poet Robert Hawthorn who discussed his poetry and how people can unify and give back to America.
Host Stanley El spoke to dancer, promoter and producer Olga El who shared hopes of raising society through positive performance collaborations.
Host Stanley El and guest Co-Host John Clidy spoke with Calvin Clidy about his vision to show case youth talent through God Music TV or GMTV.
Host Stanley El spoke with musician Gwendolyn Tillman about her work with children and on her ideas on how to inspire the greatest potential of individuals.
Host Stanley El spoke with Rowan Alumnus and WGLS-FM talk show host, Omarey Williams, who shares his inspiration with the audience about local and global ambitions to create unity.
Host Stanley El spoke with videographer and business owner, Zophar Bussie about pursuing his American Dream. His faith and passion drive him and keep his vision in perspective.
Host Stanley El spoke with poet Robert Hawthorn about the growth of the Constitution through time. Hawthorn also shared insightful poetry.
Stanley El talks to John Clidy about his joy and appreciation for his role as a proud parent and how family is important to him. Family is always first!
Host Stanley El spoke with the Gloucester County Multi-Cultural Health Fair committee, Jim Chestnut and Mary Bloom, and they share information about their annual event.
Host Stanley El and Rowan Radio Public Affairs Director Rachael Burgess discuss WGLS-FM's Constitution Day on Friday. Also, Burgess talks about why she came to Rowan University.
Host Stanley spoke with Chaplin Jean Smith, Shawn Stephenson, and Gwedolyn Brown about issues facing women veterans while serving and protecting our Constitution.
Host Stanley El sits down with Jon Clidy, whose American Dream is to be financially free for his family's sake.
Host Stanley El talks with Teresa Dooley about her writing and promotional modeling. Her American Dream is to inspire and challenge people.
John and Andrea Clidy share values of marriage and family, their American dream, with host Stanley El.
Host Staney El talks to Sherrae about her American Dream as a criminal justice major and event planner for a charity fashion show.
Poet, author and philosopher Robert Hawthorne discusses his life's experiences and gifts. He hopes to enlighten mankind to each one's responsibilities to themselves.
At age 18, Giovanni Enceso shares his life-changing experience as an exchange student in Brazil. His stay lasted 11 months, and he even toured the Amazon River.
In this powerful show, Dr. Jo Anne White relates stories from her past while she expresses a heart-felt desire to help others.
Host Stanley El talks with Richard Flynn talks about his involvement with new business start up and development consulting.
Author and modern day philosopher Richard Hay hopes that by sharing his experiences, others may share his passion for the truth - knowing "who I am?"
Theresa Dozier Daniel and Shaun Stephenson share their passions to help others discover like purpose.
Robert Hawthorne shares his passion for America, individual sovereignty, and true independence for all mankind.
A Voice & A Guitar, Sonia Rodriguez and Jose Maltos, use their music to praise God and spread the Lord's word.
Mr. Eugene Brown shares stories of rare talented writing abilities. He inspires others through poetry and reading.
The Ferebee family shares their dreams, brothers support each other with complimentary remarks.
A special selection of guests highlight an upcoming Authors and Publisher Showcase hosted by La Piazza Di Scotto in Woodbury, NJ.
Nursing in the true sense has become the way Betty Long lives her American Dream.
The representatives of the Alice Paul Institute share, what I feel, speaks volumes on programs and service that promote leadership and equal rights.
Publisher of South Jersey Mom, Adrienne Richardson expresses her American Dream by supporting moms in their many roles and responsibilities.
The Circle of Ten focuses its energy for empowering others, especially families.
Ronnie Robbins seeks to raise the hopes and prospects of America's youth. The rough Amachi, a mentoring program filled with Golden Nuggets.
Joanna DaToca-Raines shares her expanded vision to help women veterans in a project called Eden Place in North Jersey.
A comparison for beauty, Joanna DaToca-Raines, creative developer, artist, designer, writer and environmentalist, hopes to fill the world with beautiful creations through our youth.
American business owner, Joey Raines shares the meaning of responsibility in business, family, and the community with host Stanley El.
Louis Pecsi shares stories of his artistry and sound principles for creative expression. Pecsi practices means of creative expression an artist, author, filmmaker, photographer and sculptor.
Robert Hawthorne is the first guest of the new year. He shared his vision of a perfect world evolving as 2010 unfolds.
22 years of age, K-Len Anderson aims to advance the world, however he can. His professional goal includes multimedia.
Stanley El spoke with Dr. Lenore Hill, of Eden Place. The program deals with the housing and enrichment for veteran women. Hill discussed why it is a landmark program.
Host Stanley El talks to guest Linda Lane about her views on life. Her commitment to helping people inspires others to do more for themselves, to seek their American Dream.
From Africa, Augusta Hughes has discovered and advanced the American Dream both locally and internationally.
Sandy Spadaro brought her tremendous enthusiasm to the American Dream audience with positive energy and powerful insight.
Blush provides an inspirational message about business principles and ethics. She talked about her business venture and aspirations.
Vernon Rich discusses his experiences with martial arts and his goal to educate people about true martial arts.
K-Len Anderson, a BCC digital media student, shared his optimism about his career, an example to others - young and old - with host Stanley El.
The Coalition of Community Partners for Minority Health shared information about their 9th annual Minority Health Fair.
Mr. & Miss Living Your Purpose 2009 pageant winners share their message with the listeners. They also talk about their future goals and plans with host Stanley El.
Rowan University student and WGLS-FM DJ Phillip Leslie shared his valuable insights into America's future. Leslie, an economics major at Rowan, discussed his American Dream with host Stanley El.
Sharadora Cisco, founder of the Sharadora Scholarship Foundation, shared her 2009 pageant updates with the pageant director and two lady contestants.
Foreign exchange student Giovanni Enciso, a student ambassador to Brazil, visited The American Dream. Enciso detailed his preparation for an upcoming trip to Brazil, a dream of his since childhood.
Poet, philosopher, writer and entrepreneur Robert Hawthorne shared his insights into life in America and the world.
Sharadora Cisco joined host Stanley El to discuss the Sharadora Scholarship Foundation presents "Mr. & Miss Living Your Purpose" as an opportunity to enrich the lives of young people.
Dr. Lenore Hill visited the program again and detailed her dream for Veteran women and events for an intial homecoming this Fall 2009.
Dr. Lenore Hill, co-founder of Eden's Place, shared her passion of helping. She is fulfilling her dream by assisting veteran women and their children.
Robert Hawthorne shared his poetry as a regular tribute. This show he portrays a beacon of light, uplifting listeners with positive energy.
Derek and Leza Davis shape experiences as a married couple in business together. The Mona Leeza Spa and bed & breakfast is just the beginning.
Bud Verfallie, owner of Victory Asset Management Co, looks to give back to the local community while challenging oil business to do the same. The Greater Woodbury Food Bank joined the discussion.
Dr. Michael Beitter, a radio talk show host amongst other jobs, promotes freedom in America and abroad.
Jason Sanders started "The Value Pages Group" as a tool to accommodate business owners seeking a more efficient method of networking and promoting their business. He discussed the business and his goals with host Stanley El.
Host Stanley El sits down with Bruce Hayes, owner of Catering Xpress. Spirituality sets the standard for Bruce Hayes and his catering business. Perfection is that standard and his American Dream.
Co-owner of Fox Learning Center, LaDonna Carter reaches to expand her American Dream with a second business endeavor.
Host Stanley El spoke with Shari Brown about her career goals and dreams. Brown, an actress, playwright, and entrepreneur, discussed her American Dream as well.
Danielle Flocco shares a personal ambition to memoralize a dear friend by starting a scholarship in a friend's name.
Host Stanley El spoke with Chris Meckel, Bryan Gardellis, and Sam DeFelice of Creative Remodeling Solutions. They talked about seeing a new opportunity to enrich the lives of homeowners as they pursue their American Dream.
Host Stanley El talks with director and professor Steve Gordon, who currently works for Donnelly, Steen & Co. Gordon talks about his American Dream and his work as a mentor for high school athletes in an inner city area. Also, Gordon mentions how mentors are needed for children from these areas to show them that success is possible.
Host Stanley El talks with Earl Taylor, president of The National Center for Constitutional Studies. Mr. Taylor shares a message that stirs the American Spirit in every God-loving people.
Host Stanley El sits down to talk with guest Robert Hawthorne. Mr. Hawthorne, a poet and self-described "farmer," talks about planting seeds with people by giving them insight and new advice. Mr. Hawthorne also shares some of his poems and his "American Dream."
Young songwriter, entertainer, and singer Robert Hoagland shared his American Dream of raising consciousness through the historic sounds of rock and roll.
Stanley El's guest was Joanna DaToca-Raines, an international artist, designer, humanitarian and entrepreneur. Her beginnings in Portugal, she is now using her years of professional creative experience to help business owners fulfill their American Dream.
Host Stanley El talks with anthropologist, entrepreneur, author, and spiritualist Alexandra Soteriou. Alexandra shares ideas and wisdom gathered from years of experience in various parts of the world!
Dr. Zayd Abdul-Karim, as he is known shares insights into the New Year. He introduces his new book, new programs, and new ideas for improving life.
Robert Hawthorne talked about an American Christmas celebration with his thoughts about America and his poetry.
Stanley El spoke with Jason Boggs, who owns an auto shop. Boggs shared news about a family receiving a car for a gift as part of a national program.
Host Stanley El talks with students live from Rowan University's campus in Camden, NJ. Stanley talks to the students about their different interests, including law, and their "American Dream."
Host Stanley El sits down with Bob Steen and Mike Donnelly, who speak about their business. The duo own Donnelly, Steen, and Company and are registered investment advisors. Stanley El also talks to Steen and Donnelly about their "American Dream."
Stanley El spoke with Mama Bessie, a nurse, scientist and inventor. She talked about her legacy of experience and active lifestyle.
Stanley El sits down with employees of A Taste of Philly, including Mark Rossi. History, goals and purpose are among the topics covered with members of the organization.
Host Stanley El sits down with his guest Deanna Davis, who is the executive director of CASA of Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem counties. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) protects abused children in these areas by ensuring that a court-empowered, independent volunteer is able to voice timely and objective information on behalf of the child.
Stanley El visited with members of the Gloucester County Coalition of Community Partners. The group discussed an upcoming event for minority families that provided people with more information regarding the ever-changing topic of health care.
Stanley El talks with Lorraine Ricchezza of the Rowan University Camden campus. Ricchezza discusses her role at the campus and her goals. Plus, she talks about the various programs at the Camden campus that benefit kids.
Minister Tonya Jones shares some extremely positive information on trusting God with your life and dreams.
Stanley El stops by Rowan University's Camden branch to speak with community leaders to discuss their hopes, goals and American Dream.
Host Stanley El speaks with Stephen Palmer, a freelance writer and host of the Cause of Liberty blog. They discuss his America dream of restoring the culture of liberty in America.
Host Stanley El speaks with Headmaster Sidney Henriquez of Stafford Classical Christian Academy. They discuss the school, and its curriculum. Students from the school also demonstrate the knowledge they have gained through their classical education.
Host Stanley El speaks Sonya Rodriguez and Jose Matos. This unique duet talks about their American Dream and mission to raise life through their combined gift of music.
Host Stanley El speaks with musician Michael Williams. They discuss his American Dream which is perform patriotic songs throughout the country.
Host Stanley El speaks with Jacqueline McCafferty broadcasting live from the Rowan University at Camden. They discuss her American Dream and work as a teacher of English as a second language.
Host Stanley El speaks with Bob Leather, Executive Director of Woodbury Mainstreet. The group aims to enrich the historic shopping district.
Host Stanley El speaks with Rev. Tony Evans. They discussed his American dream which is to help improve their quality of life.
Host Stanley El and his guest Dr. Tyrone McCombs discuss his American Dream live from Camden, New Jersey.
Host Shaun Stephenson talks with professional business coach Sheri Desaretz. They discuss her views on self-esteem and truth, and Sheri shares her American dream.
Host Stanley El speaks with John Belko about a downtown prospect. They also discuss the Woodbury Woodfest which occurs every Friday night 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
Host Stanley El speaks with David Allen, Pre-Paid Legal Services. They discuss his American dream which consists of helping others. For more information check out his website at Davidallen.biz
Host Stanley El interviews Dr. Stephen Sokolow about The Center For Empowered Leadership, which he and his partner Paul Houston founded. In this interview Stephen talks about how the Center for Empowered Leadership promotoes spirtited principles amoung leaders of all sorts.
Host Stanley El speaks with John Scotto, owner of La Pizza di Scotto. They discuss his American dream which includes the creation and mangement of the family owned and operated business.
Stanley El interviews Dr. Ira Eisenstein about "About Face" which reveals the secrets of smiling and not smiling.
Host Stanley El speaks with Tanya Norwood, motivational speaker and trainer. They discuss her American dream, and her work which is to bring out the greatness that we all hold within.
Host Stanley El speaks with guest Shaun Stephenson, author of new book Faith vs. Fact. They discuss her story and her experiences coming to America from Guyana and becoming an author.
Mr. Yasuhiko Kimura shared his experience with CEO's who are learning the power of vision and passion.
John Belko shares insights of being in business with his wife while maintaining a quality life with his family and community.
Connie Belko stopped by the American Dream to discuss her life story and new venture.
Andre Sauls shares his dreams of raising the next generation, while challenging the audience to accept the responsibility of impacting others.
Host Stanley El sits down with Yasuhiko Kimura who shares his passion for spiritual and physical wealth for all. He conducts seminars throughout the nation.
Sue Urda of the Powerful You! Women's Network discussed her background and how she got involved with her current venture.
Sean Stevenson describes her view of truth and justice in relation to the American Dream.
Camden County Connections youth share their ambitions and concerns with the Rowan Radio listening audience.
Yasuhiko Kimura, a former Buddhist priest, was the show's guest. Spiritual wealth and knowing one's self were two of the topics covered on the show.
Members of the Sharadora Scholarship Foundation discussed their goals for the organization. The visiting members talked about their duties for the foundation. Scholarship criteria and contact information were provided as well.
Members of Camden Community Connections stopped by for their monthly appearance. They discussed their goals, aspirations, and what the program means to them.
Stanley El interviewed Qurious, an entrepreneur and crusader for life. She is also the author of a new self-help book.
Djuna Wojton detailed her American Dream, which is to help others have a joyful and productive life. She is an author, healer and advocate of purposeful living.
Members of Camden Community Connections talked about their goals, aspirations, and what the program means to them.
Carla McGruder discussed how she started practicing dentistry in the South Jersey area. She also talked about her other passions and her American Dream.
Ira Eisenstein, a periodontist from the University of Pennsylvania, expressed his dreams and goals. He gave the audience a deep understanding of what dentistry is all about. Eisenstein provided information on his professional background and how problematic stress can be to a person's life.
Loria McGruder, a spiritual consultant, discussed her background and why self-esteem is such an important part of life. She mentioned her personal experiences with depression and how she yearns to help people become mentally empowered.
Stanley El spoke with Joey Raines, a physical therapist. Rains desires to fulfill his passion of aiding those with physical and emotional distress.
The American Dream aired from Camden Community Connections from Virtua Hospital in Camden, NJ. Tara Meadows of Camden Community Connections was the show's guest. The show captures her background and future plans.
Dr. Zayd Abdul-Karim discussed expanding potential into power by promoting freedom and harmony.
James Smallwood discussed his passion to help raise the depraved citizens in our inner cities out of limitations and distress. He teaches them self-worth, self-esteem and to be independent.
Ellyn Hutton, a nurse, visited the American Dream with host Stanley El. Hutton hopes for a more compassionate America. She aims to improve others by inspiring herself. Her work includes assisting pregnant mothers.
Frank Silva spoke with Stanley El regarding his business venture with sound systems. He discussed his hopes and dreams which revolve around the music industry. Also, Silva talked about his background and why he got involved with music.
Guest Raymond Bey joined host Stanley El on the American Dream. Bey stated we are in a New Age of health and technology that is unlimited in its potential.
Entrepreneur Matt Gresko was the guest on the American Dream with host Stanley El. Gresko, a young entrepreneur, shared new ventures including a wellness drink that provides nutrition.
Host Stanley El and co-host Alex Gresko interviewed Shaun Stephenson. Her trek from Guyana in South America to the United States served as the main topic of the interview. She shared a story of reaching out to help others achieve their American Dream. Stephenson stressed her passion to bring people of like minds together with hopes of bringing back the freedom that America was built upon.
Host Stanley El spoke with Chuckeema Powers and Symone Mitchell of Camden Community Connections. The duo talked about how Camden Community Connections prepares them for the workforce. They also provided information on their backgrounds and their future goals.
Stanley El talked with entrepreneur Chuck Rollins about his background and his current business venture. Rollins drew motivation from his family upon developing his business. He also discussed his hopes and dreams.
Richard Hay, the author of Out of My Mind, Back To My Senses, stopped by the American Dream. Host Stanley El discussed Hay's background and how a near death experience impacted the author's life. Also, Hay explained his method of writing.
Stanley El talks with Rohn Carr, President of the local Chamber of Commerce. They talk about what the chamber is up to, the chili cook-off and who benefits from it.