DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast DyNAMC Board Members Share Why Diversity is So Important

June 27, 2016

DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast. We bring you the voices of today’s renowned societal leaders and average folks talking about what they do, how they got there, and what they're thinking about in the controversial world of diversity,inclusion and race relations.

In this episode we talk to DyNAMC's Board Members.

DyNAMC magazine is as proud of its board members as it is proud of the leaders of diversity that are featured to inspire, motivate and educate.

In selecting members of the Advisory Board, it is of the utmost importance to elect those who are committed to DyNAMC’s mission and are willing to ensure the continued growth and success of award winning DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World magazine.

DyNAMC believes its message has never been more important than it is today.

The opportunity to be a part of a ground breaking international publication whose editorial mission is to advocate, support and promote under-served, historically under-represented small diverse businesses for fair opportunities and a voice within the workforce, marketplace, and supply chains of our world’s leading corporations, educational institutions,banking institutions and a platform to be seen and heard by our world’s leaders and policy makers is not taken lightly.

Listen up to why some DyNAMC's Board Members feel diversity is so important, why they are proud to be a DyNAMC board member, what is unique about DyNAMC and why readers should subscribe.

 from left Patrick Paschall, Douglas Phason, Eugene Agee, Pastor Dallas Wilson, Andrew Di Antonio, James Lewis, Pastor Theola Campbell, Joseph Krulder

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DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast talks with Andrew Goodwin: Financial Advisor Connects Sports to Benefiting Society

May 23, 2016

DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast. We bring you the voices of today’s renowned societal leaders and average folks talking about what they do, how they got there, and what they're thinking about in the controversial world of diversity,inclusion and race relations. In this episode we speak with Andrew Goodwin who is a financial advisor with a prominent firm who has made the most of his opportunities in life.

The Key to the City presented by Mayor Matt Rossen and The Bronco Award sound like sports honors; but for Andrew Goodwin it is recognition bestowed upon one of Denver, CO natives young leaders.  Andrew is currently a Financial Advisor who played for the Denver Titans - on an athletic scholarship for football and track & field. He shares with DyNAMC readers how his tenure as a student athlete led his path to focus on helping low income families.

Discover his inspiring and motivational journey from college sports to working to address health disparities policy.

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DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast talks with Pamala Silas: A Leader for Native American Fair Housing Development and Empowerment.

April 25, 2016

DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast. We bring you the voices of today’s renowned societal leaders and average folks talking about what they do, how they got there, and what they're thinking about in the controversial world of diversity, inclusion and race relations. In this episode we talk with Pamala Silas: A Leader for Native American Fair Housing Development and Empowerment.

Native Americans exist as a sovereign nation within the borders of the United States and, as such, have special treaties that govern the relationship they share with the federal government. This often puts them in a precarious position and, sometimes, at a disadvantage,particularly in regards to housing. Executive Director of the Native American Indian Housing Council (NAIHC), Pamala Silas, who is a descendant of the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin, shares her perspective.

Interview conducted by DyNAMC writer Shar-Lee Davis.

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