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Interview with Brandon Dye Owner of Dye Electric

Interview with Brandon Dye Owner of Dye Electric

Interview with Brandon Dye Owner of Dye Electric The newest member of the Kansas City Business Association (KCBA). Brandon Dye Founder/Business Manager A certified master electrician, Brandon has over 10 years of experience in the electric industry. Brandon assumes the role of Project Lead for the majority of Dye Electric’s projects, embracing full management and contractual responsibility for all aspects of his team’s performance and project delivery on time and within budget. Highly motivated and measured, Brandon completed the IBEW Apprenticeship Program and the Contractor Business Course for IBEW Local 124 and founded Dye Electric, LLC.
https://youtu.be/uf5WzrLrubA

Interview with Marques Bussey owner of Messenger Ink.

Interview with Marques Bussey owner of Messenger Ink.

Interview with Marques Bussey owner of Messenger Ink.
Messenger Ink's mission is to use art as inspired communication for life by producing a visual compass, breathing life into images that explore and navigate toward the ultimate destination for the new world.
https://youtu.be/yp_zHkEwZhM

Interview with Dr. May-Washington The next President of St. Teresa’s Academy.

Interview with Dr. May-Washington The next President of St. Teresa’s Academy.

Interview with Dr. May-Washington The next President of St. Teresa's Academy.devoted wife, mother of three amazing children, and newly appointed President of St. Teresa's Academy in Kansas City. ... I served as chair of Pembroke Hill's English department from 2005-2013. ... Before joining Pembroke Hill, I taught primarily at Lincoln College Preparatory
https://youtu.be/h9U9JUqyUco

Interview with Ryana Parks Shaw

Interview with Ryana Parks Shaw

Ryana has served as a board member of the Missouri Hospice and Palliative Care Board of Directors. Outside of her career in healthcare, Ryana worked to reduce unemployment as an Eastern Jackson County Workforce Development Board member. She is a volunteer with the American Heart Association, National Alliance for Mental Illness, Alzheimer’s Association. Ryana attends St. James United Methodist Church. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and the Greater Kansas City Chapter of The Links, Incorporated.

She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Missouri State University and a Master’s degree in Healthcare Services Administration from Southwest Baptist University
https://youtu.be/-iXOH-iWIT8

0:06 / 15:15 Interview with Pat Clark running for 3rd District City Council

0:06 / 15:15 Interview with Pat Clark running for 3rd District City Council

Interview with Pat Clark running for 3rd District City Council
https://youtu.be/SHookN4zHLo

Interview with State Rep.Brandon Ellington House of Representatives,

Interview with State Rep.Brandon Ellington House of Representatives,

Interview with State Rep.Brandon Ellington House of Representatives, Ellington is now running for at large 3rd district City Council representative Brandon Ellington, a Democrat, represents part of Jackson County and Independence in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was first elected to the House of Representatives in a November 2011 special election.

During his time in the House of Representatives, Rep. Ellington has served as the Chairman of the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus (2015-2017), the Vice Chairman of the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus (2013-2015), and he is currently serving as the House Minority Whip.

Rep. Ellington is actively involved in the community by working with food pantries, starting programs to initiate neighborhood cleanup, mentorship, elderly assistance and community outreach, and coaching youth basketball. He is the cofounder of Voices of the People, a member of We the People, and serves as president of I Am My Brother’s Keeper. He is also a member of Giving Yourself Real Love (G.Y.R.L.).

Rep. Ellington is dedicated to being an advocate for the underprivileged and disenfranchised. He has introduced legislation proposing full decriminalization of marijuana-related offenses in the state of Missouri and supports legislation that expunges the records of those charged with marijuana-related offenses. Rep. Ellington also supports the immediate release of those incarcerated for marijuana-related offenses, should decriminalization pass.

Rep. Ellington lives in Kansas City and was born on November 18, 1980. He is a 1999 graduate of Paseo High School in Kansas City and attended Penn Valley University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
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https://youtu.be/yf50hf7hKJo

Interview with Ed Bell running for the 5th in District City Council Seat

Interview with Ed Bell running for the 5th in District City Council Seat

Interview with Ed Bell running for the 5th in District City Council Seat
https://youtu.be/9p1Fn-3dAck

Interview with Dr. Marvia Jones serves as a Violence Prevention and Policy Manager

Dr. Marvia Jones serves as a Violence Prevention and Policy Manager within the City of Kansas City Health Department. As a community behavioral psychologist and public health professional, she is passionate about supporting behavioral health and resilience among individuals and communities. Marvia is a proud resident of the Blue Hills Neighborhood, where she resides with her husband and their two young sons, who are students at KCPS's Holliday Montessori Elementary.
https://youtu.be/7V96lhOSU6E

Cascade Media Group Wave Of The Future Meet & Greet President Carlos Nelson Sr.

Cascade Media Group Wave Of The Future Meet & Greet President Carlos Nelson Sr.

Carlos Nelson Sr. has been an entrepreneur for more than 30 years. Mr. Nelson has successfully created more than 4 businesses during his career. Those businesses led to his most recent endeavor, Cascade Media Group, LLC. The assets he brings to the company include vision, creativity, adaptability.
https://youtu.be/iCJ-2cQoJG8

Interview with Rev. Dr. Wallace Hartsfield II,

Interview with Rev. Dr. Wallace Hartsfield II,

Rev. Dr. Wallace Hartsfield II, Pastor, Professor, Community Advocate. Wallace is committed to growing a city that works for all.
Biography
Rev. Dr. Wallace Hartsfield, II was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. He and his wife, Dr. Amy Hartsfield, have been married for 29 years and have a daughter (son-in-law), a son, and three grandchildren.

Rev. Dr. Wallace Hartsfield, II is the senior pastor of Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church and an Associate Professor at Central Baptist Theological Seminary. As your councilman, Rev. Dr. Wallace Hartsfield, II will be dedicated to providing every resident in the city:
SAFETY – SECURE NEIGHBORHOODS
PROSPERITY – JOB & TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
GROWTH – NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS
https://youtu.be/r92BSN0hixg