Meg Nocero is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is an attorney, writer, speaker, and empowerment coach. Following in the footsteps of her grandfather, Congressman Alfred Santangelo, Meg served the United States as a federal attorney with the Department of Homeland Security for almost twenty years. In this role, she mentored hundreds of student interns in the field of immigration law. In 2017, she resigned and started a non-profit called S.H.I.N.E Networking Inc for the purpose of promoting the story sharing, community building, diversity, ideas, hope and networking. Her non-profit also provides educational scholarships to support young innovative leaders who are making a difference. Meg is a wife and mother and loves her children, and Shetland sheepdogs. Listen as Meg shares her journey of leaving her job after almost two decades and following her dreams, and be inspired to discover where you want to shine. Don’t miss the whole point of being here. Live the life you truly want. Meg shows us how.
Years ago she took the plunge to follow her dream of becoming an author by writing a collection of cat stories to raise money for a shelter that cares for abused and abandoned cats. Today she is an established author writing books to entertain as well as highlight societal issues and raise money for causes she is passionate about. Meet Author Patricia Asedegbega Nieto, and we are discussing domestic violence, an important societal issue highlighted in her book, “I Stand Corrected.” Plus she shares her inspiring journey of pursuing her dream. Listen and be inspired to take the plunge and follow your dream. Yes, you can!
The guest in this episode of DOZ Show is Author Melinda Robertson. She shares her intriguing story of becoming a mother at the age of 19 and how she has used her experience not only to inspire and empower teen mums to keep reaching for their dreams but also to combat the teen pregnancy epidemic that had plagued inner city communities for years. She achieved this by writing the book, “Motherhood… What You Don’t Know!” released in 2005. After this she wrote a second novel, “Fatherhood…What You Ought to Know” for boys which was released in April 2007. She believes properly educating boys about sex, and their responsibilities in preventing unwanted pregnancies, is essential to reducing the teen pregnancy rate. Listen and be inspired as Melinda shares the journey of being a teenage mum, a journey which changed her life forever.