Our first guest is Kevin L. Schewe, Author of the Bad Love Gang Series, he joins us today to share his newest book in the series of the Bad Love Gang, Bad Love Beyond, one of the Top Science Fiction adventures of 2020.
Bad Love Beyond begins with the Teenage Time Travelers now back from their mission as the Bad Love Tigers,(the second book in the series) to secure the secrets of Area 51 and the White Hole Project, the Bad Love Gang are summoned to the Oval Office by President Gerald Ford. They receive his blessings to use the White Hole Project to attempt intergalactic space travel in search of the cure for Hannah Lieb’s breast cancer. But Ford warns them, their arch-enemy, Russian KGB super-agent, Borya Krovopuskov, remains at large and a constant threat. The Bad Love Gang must deal with dinosaurs, the forces of nature, the mystery of The Bermuda Triangle, and alien politics in their race to get the cure for Hannah. Can they do it? One of the Best Series of 2020.
Kevin L. Schewe, MD, FACRO is a board-certified cancer specialist who has been in the private practice of radiation oncology for over 33 years. For more information on Dr. Schewe’s go to his website at kevinschewe.com. To purchase the book, Bad Love Beyond, visit Amazon.com. View the book trailer on YouTube.
Our second guest is Leigh-Margaret Stull, Chief Product Officer, CareerBuilder, who offers insight into the 2021 job market, what job seekers should be aware of, and what companies are doing to find the best candidates.
Leigh-Margaret Stull is Chief Product Officer at CareerBuilder. A data-driven leader within the talent acquisition industry, she leads the strategy, R&D, and execution of product innovations that drive performance improvements on behalf of recruiters and candidates. She also oversees CareerBuilder’s global marketing strategy, elevating the company’s profile as a partner well-positioned to meet the needs of job seekers and employers building the workforce of the future. For more information, please visit: www.CareerBuilder.com
Our last guest is Dr. Lenonard Friedland, practicing physician, vaccine researcher and Vice President and Director, Scientific Affairs and Public Health, Vaccines, GSK. Joining Dr. Friedland is Jamie Schanbaum, meningitis survivor, US Para-athlete, and GSK spokesperson.
Jamie Schanbaum, meningitis survivor, US Para-athlete, and GSK spokesperson. Jamie Schanbaum in 2008 was a college freshman getting ready to complete her first semester and head home for the holidays when her life changed forever. In just 24 hours, she went from being a healthy college student to fighting for her life after contracting meningococcal disease, also known as meningitis. Jamie spent seven months in the hospital, ultimately losing both of her legs below the knees, and all of her fingers due to the disease. While many colleges require MenACWY vaccination, MenB vaccination has only been available since 2014, and most colleges still do not require it.[i] She is sharing her story to ensure that parents are aware there are 2 different types of vaccines to help prevent meningitis – one for MenACWY, and one for MenB,[ii],[iii] to help other families avoid her experience. During the pandemic, it’s more important than ever for parents to educate themselves and utilize the vaccines available to help protect their kids against vaccine-preventable diseases they may be at risk for, like meningitis. For more information visit www.meningitisB.com for more information and resources to bring to your child’s next wellness visit.