Our first guest today is John Henry Krause, Voice Actor. He will discuss his career as a Voice actor and how he has become successful in his field. Some of his attributes are: he is a problem solver, a directable voice talent. He is responsive in communicating with clients. His business acumen brings a theme of professionalism. You can rely on a quick turnaround of pristine audio to help you meet your critical deadlines. He realizes clients want a highly versatile voice talent with the qualities of a gifted storyteller for any genre and can quickly adapt to clients requirements. A client’s story may need a warm and natural conversational presence. John can also offer the tone of an authoritative narrator with some gravitas who has experience in your subject matter. John ‘s fully equipped home studio guarantees pristine audio and easily accommodates any required changes for your project. To learn more about go to his website at https://johnhenrykrause.com/ and also check out his latest work at : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wacr4t8CJw
Our second guest is National Commander Bill Oxford, of The American Legion, he will discuss :The Nation’s Largest Veterans Organization Looks Ahead to Community Coronavirus Recovery Efforts, New Congress & Family Assistance. “It was hard for a close-knit family such as The American Legion to socially distance but veterans know how to adapt and overcome,” Oxford said. “Early on we had posts provide personal protective equipment to frontline workers when it was still in short supply. Other posts organized food and relief drives in their parking lots. We have held virtual job fairs for veterans and spouses, along with blood donation drives.
The American Legion is the nation’s largest veterans’ service organization with nearly two million members and more than 12,000 posts worldwide. Legionnaires are involved in community-based support of veterans, servicemembers and their families. The American Legion is strongly committed to helping veterans and military families with its outreach programs and lobbying efforts, as a new generation of returning veterans reintegrate into the community. For more information go to: www.legion.org