Fulfilling Your Dreams After 50

Fulfilling Your Dreams After 50Episode 78–Fulfilling Your Dreams After 50

 

The Working Woman Radio Show, invited Cheryl Newland, into the studio to talk about fulfilling your dreams after 50.

Ms. Newland recently started a new business venture called, Jellybean Productions, a film company.

Cheryl shares how she refused to let her age determined her ability to pursue her dreams.

She also shares words of encouragement to other women who have allowed fear and doubt to keep them from pursuing their passion.

More About Cheryl Newland

Cheryl Newland is an Administrative Assistant for the General Services Administration where she has worked for over 20 years. She assists project managers and also manages two special initiatives, “Women in Construction” and “Pep Talk Tuesday”.  

In addition to her day-to-day work, she has produced a documentary about the Martin Luther King Federal Building to highlight historic buildings occupied by the federal government.

She has served as PTA President at Avondale Middle and High School, raised funds for Habitat for Humanity and the Combined Federal Campaign, and is a very active member of the Peachcrest Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club.  

In her spare time, she loves to cook, read, and watch hours and hours of Law and Order, Chopped, Classic Movies, and HGTV’s Home Town! She’s excited about her new business venture, Jellybean Productions, a company she created to produce film projects for kids and teens. She considers this a true step of faith!  

Kingdomwood International Film Festival

Kingdomwood Women in Films (KWIF) was launched to support women who are currently working in the film industry.

KWIF is a networking group that recognizes the achievements of women in film. They produce movies about love, hope, friendship, reconciliation, and more. The group also focuses on Kingdom plans for relationships, marriages, and families.

For more information about KWIF, click here.

 

 

 

 

Coming March 28th–Elevate!  A New YouTube Channel

I would like to let my listening audience know about a new talk show that my daughter, Adrianna, and I will be hosting on YouTube called, Elevate!’ 

We created the show because our family loves living life together and we want to share some of those experiences with you. We want to elevate, inspire, and encourage other people to live their best lives, too.

We’re going to cover the topics that matter most to you. We will be talking about ways to elevate your finances, food, fashion, mind, and home decor. We want to bring you facts and great information.

Our first show will air Sunday, March 28th at 6 PM. So take a moment to subscribe to the Elevate! YouTube channel and please share with your friends.  To view the promotional video, go to  https://youtu.be/ZEat_j04QFg.

 

 

Work in Film

Work in filmEpisode 51–Work in Film

Are you looking for an opportunity to work in film? Then this is the episode for you!

The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Audrey Thomas, founder, and CEO of Kingdomwood International Film Festival.  

KIFF is a platform that promotes the production of family and faith-based films and entertainment. 

Audrey tells about her passion for making films, and how it led to her helping other people pursue their passion.

She also talks about the many opportunities in the film industry for women in front of and behind the camera.

Finally, Audrey talks about why KIFF is so unique and gives details on how to register for the next KIFF upcoming competition.

 

 

 

 

Buckhead's Kingdomwood International Film Festival announces 2017 schedule, seeking submissions | Northside / Sandy Springs Neighbor | mdjonline.com

Kingdomwood International Film Festival

Faith-based 48hrs Film Competitions Quarterly!

 Women in Film Celebrity Picnic-baskets series!

Men in Films Production Projects Meetings: Monthly!

Kingdomwood Intl Film Festival October 2-5 2020 in Tucker, Ga.

For more information, click here.

 

 

Work in film

More About Audrey Thomas

Audrey Thomas is the founder and CEO of Kingdomwood International Film Festival, a platform to promote the production of family and faith-based films and entertainment. 

Today, Kingdomwood has more than 10,000 subscribers and is a leading resource for developing new talent and film production in Georgia and worldwide.

Audrey earned her undergraduate degree in Computer Science Engineering from Dallas College-Mountain View in Dallas Texas. Audrey continued her studies and pursued a degree in Broadcast Management at the University of Texas in Arlington.

 

 

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