History Publishing Company to Publish "Moments That Made America"

The Nation That Was Meant To Be

Geoff Armstrong, Historian,Educator, Researcher

Two volume set shows how America defied the odds to become the nation it became

It is a perfect fit for classroom curriculum and would do well on the bookshelves of school libraries everywhere.It should also be required reading for all public servants.”

— Donagh Bracken

PALISADES, NEW YORK, US, October 2, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — History Publishing Company will publish the two volume set by Canadian author Geoff Armstrong about the United States and how it came to be. Volume One "From the Ice Age to the Alamo" will be published Oct. 15, 2018.

What were the moments that made America? Author Geoff Armstrong poses the question in the first volume of this far ranging set. Some were incidents that shaped the entire planet,” he writes. “One such ‘moment’ was the breakup of the super continent Pangaea that sent North America and later, South America drifting away from the giant land mass that would become Europe and Asia so that America could develop its own environment and eventually its own culture.

Unlike that continent- shaping moment two hundred million years ago, some of the events that affected America profoundly were not recognized as important when they occurred and only became obvious through the hindsight of history. And those events ranged from the insignificant moments when a Mongol leader in a faraway place got drunk; and a Germanic leader’s death in an ancient battle to a Revolutionary War battle in upstate New York when a man who would become ignominious as a traitor to the revolutionary cause, saved the day for the people he would later betray to the rise of Napoleon in Europe. In all, Geoff Armstrong points to eighty- seven incidents, small and great; had not any one of them occur, America would not have become the United States.

Geoff Armstrong brings that hindsight into clear focus and in an informative and easy reading manner and demonstrates that America’s development defied the odds to such a degree that were Las Vegas present at the very beginning, it could not imagine a number big enough to bet on America’s development to its present state of being.

"English born Geoff Armstrong’s two volume set makes a great argument, without being argumentative, that America was meant to be the great nation it became,” says Publisher Donagh Bracken.” It is a perfect fit in classroom curriculum and would do well on the bookshelves of school libraries everywhere.It should be required reading for all public servants”.

Geoff Armstrong was born in England during World War II. His father, a Canadian soldier in the Artillery was wounded by German forces in North Africa and was sent with his wife and Geoff by convoy, back to Canada. Geoff, a resident of Quebec, attended McGill University and Concordia University and had a twenty five year teaching career on the grade and high school levels. He is a business writer for a number of publicly traded companies. He now specializes in the development of SEC regulatory documents for public companies, websites and other promotional texts. He lives in Argyle, New York. Volume Two,"Moments That Made America – Civil War to Super Power" will be published in Spring, 2019.

Don Bracken
History Publishing Company LLC
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Artmattan Films Acquires Award-Winning Documentary Kinshasa Makambo

Kinshasa Makambo

Kinshasa Makambo

Critically acclaimed DRC documentary, Kinshasa Makambo, has recently been acquired by ArtMattan Films

It's obvious the director feels for his subjects and his country's sorry fate…but he has opted to stay in the background and allow his interviewees and his images to tell their (and his) stories.”

— The Hollywood Reporter

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES , October 2, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — In January 2015, the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila, sought a constitutional amendment that would allow him to be elected president for a third time.

This film documents the resulting demonstrations and follows three protagonists of the resistance. Ben, who lives in exile in New York, takes the advice of his fellow countrymen in exile and decides to join the struggle in the Congo. Jean Marie, who has just been released from prison, continues his public campaign for his country's freedom and is persecuted by the secret service. Christian fights unperturbed in the streets of Kinshasa, even after former Prime Minister Etienne Tshisekedi, on whom the opposition had pinned their hopes, dies and the movement against Kabila's extension of his time in office seems paralysed.

Should one resist in exile, or fight on the ground in the Congo? Should resistance be non-violent or should force be used if required? Filmed throughout with a handheld camera that stays very close to the protagonists, even in precarious conditions, Dieudo Hamadi explores the pros and cons of different forms of resistance.

As of September 2018, general elections are scheduled to be held in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on 23 December 2018, to determine a successor to incumbent President Joseph Kabila.

"Hamadi's camerawork is vibrant and thoughtful, and Hélène Ballis' editing is crisp. It's obvious the director feels for his subjects and his country's sorry fate — he got to know his protagonists through Ben, whom he met at a political-cultural event in 2013 — but he has opted to stay in the background and allow his interviewees and his images to tell their (and his) stories. The result is an explosion of ideas and action — a vivid articulation of the throbbing headache threatening to blow the Congo apart."
– The Hollywood Reporter

"Kinshasa Makambo offers conflicts aplenty, both in the shape of physical clashes between the oppressive state apparatus and unarmed civilians, and the ideological struggles within the anti-establishment camp. The film succeeds on both scores. Alongside gripping depictions of political mobilizations and police clampdowns, the 33-year-old filmmaker contemplates the inevitable clashes between idealism and pragmatism for people trying to achieve their goals under severe constraints."
– The Hollywood Reporter

ArtMattan Films is a film distribution company that aims to present more varied choice of films depicting the human experience of people of color in a context different from the usual museums, cultural centers and universities to which these films are traditionally relegated.

With no intention of defining a canon, the films in the Artmattan catalog are as diverse in genres and styles as any contemporary artistic expression can be. From the strong "Faraw!, mother of the dunes" by Malian filmmaker Abdoulaye Ascofare to the joyous "Journey of the Lion" by Fritz Bauman, these films are snapshots to the incredible range of the lives of people of color whose life and place in history have been marked by a distinctive sign: the color of the skin.

These films have enjoyed acclaim in different festivals all over the world including the African Diaspora Film Festival. They are components of a movement that has created a strong and diverse cinematic body of work.

Diarah N'Daw-Spech
ArtMattan Films
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Kinshasa Makambo

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Khalid is one of the featured artists who assists the House of Blues Music Forward Foundation.

All Access Fest is a career day with a rock & roll twist that redefines what’s possible for the next generation.

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, October 2, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ —

House of Blues Music Forward Foundation announces its inaugural All Access Fest, designed to kick-start careers for young people with a dream of working in the music industry, both on and off the stage. All Access Fest is a career fair with a rock & roll twist that links passions to professions. At this free, knowledge-building and networking event, young people, ages 16-22, will attend workshops and panels and connect with music industry leaders, employers, and educational institutions to explore a variety of opportunities including degree and certification programs, industry internships, full-time jobs, performance gigs and more.

All Access Fest dates and cities are as follows:
Chicago- October 12th from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM at House of Blues
Las Vegas-October 18th from 9:30 AM – 12-30 PM at House of Blues
Los Angeles- October 18th from 9:30 AM-12:30 PM at The Wiltern Theatre
New Orleans- October 20th from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM at House of Blues

In the event’s first year, over one-thousand youth from communities nationwide will converge at these events which will feature emerging artist performances, panel presentations, breakout sessions, and hiring and informational booths manned by colleges and employers to offer students a jump-start to the music industry education and career of their dreams. Workshops and sessions will explore topics such as Women in Music, Music Business 101, Technology in Music, The Art of Networking, Monetizing Your Music and more.

Over 100 leading industry and community leaders will be at the festivals providing knowledge, skills and insight to the next generation of leaders. Experts confirmed to participate include Arabian Prince, NWA founding member; David Marcus, Ticketmaster EVP Head of Music; Amanda Schoffner, ASCAP Director of Film & TV Music; Lara Christie, WME Music Agent; Mark Hubbard, Recording Academy Chicago Chapter President; Sonica Ruiz, Chicago Park District Director of Cultural Affairs; Jaime Gregory, Mandalay Bay EVP of Entertainment; Greg Schatz, French Quarter Fest Entertainment Director; Ashley Shabankareh, Preservation Hall Director of Programs; Angela Watson, Q93/iHeart Media New Orleans radio personality and many more.

Ticketmaster EVP, Head of Music, David Marcus says, “The future of our industry depends on the next generation of artists and leaders. Our job is to inspire, prepare and connect these passionate young people to opportunities that allow them to drive our industry forward in powerful ways. “

Community participants at All Access Fest will include Torres East LA Performing Arts Magnet, Hollywood High School, Notes for Notes (LA), Musicians Institute (LA), Chicago Tech Academy, Progressive Leadership Academy (Chicago), College of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas), Global Community High School (Las Vegas), Loyola University (New Orleans), Southern University of New Orleans and many other educational institutions with students interested in exploring pathways into careers in the music industry.

Music Forward removes barriers to ensure that under-represented voices have a bridge into the music industry and the industry becomes a more accessible, diverse, and equitable place to work. Music Forward staff focuses in under-resourced communities to outreach to youth who would rarely have the opportunity to access this type of relevant, essential music industry knowledge. The organization is doing its part to address a nationwide challenge today’s youth face when it comes to education and employment. 11.7% of the nation’s 16-24-year-olds are disconnected, meaning they are not currently enrolled in school or working which can result in a variety of socio-economic difficulties throughout life. By providing fundamental resources and strategic opportunities, the organization helps youth turn their passion for music into professions and map pathways to success. According to a recent impact and outcomes assessment, 100% of our alumni are in school or employed, and 94% continue to use the skills and knowledge they gained at Music Forward in various life contexts.

Music Forward invites everyone to play a part in transforming young lives through music by growing our family of supporters. Join the movement across social channels @HOBMusicForward and learn more at www.hobmusicforward.org.
Transform Lives. Inspire Leaders. Influence Culture.
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About Music Forward Foundation
Celebrating 25 years in 2018, Music Forward is an independent nonprofit organization that redefines what’s possible for the next generation. Focusing on young people ages 12-22 in under-represented communities, we provide unmatched access to kick-start careers and champion a more inclusive music industry. Learn more at www.hobmusicforward.org.

Mike Mena
House of Blues Music Forward Foundation
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Blasé to Beautiful; Arduous to Effortless: IntelliBoard Reporting & Analytics Now Here for Blackboard Learn & Canvas LMS

IntelliBoard, the premier reporting and analytics plugin for Learning Management Systems, now integrates with Blackboard Learn and Canvas.

Our developers have spent months ensuring these integrations have the speed, efficiency, and quality of our other products and services.”

— Anatoliy Kochnev, CEO, IntelliBoard

MONROE, CT, USA, October 2, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — IntelliBoard, the premier learning and analytics tool for learning management systems and Canvas partner, has expanded services with Blackboard Learn and Canvas. Organizations currently using Blackboard Learn or Canvas will now have access to an expanded, configurable administrator dashboard that includes significant new features: LISA, an AI assisted natural-language search tool; configurable monitors that display reports and analytics based upon desired data; and multiple reports that capture critical LMS and eLearning data to help inform educational business decisions.

Anatoliy Kochnev, IntelliBoard's CEO, expressed his excitement about IntelliBoard's expansion: "Our integration with Blackboard Learn and Canvas is incredible. Our developers have spent months ensuring these integrations have the speed, efficiency, and quality of our other products and services. We're thrilled to offer this to Blackboard Learn and Canvas clients, and we hope they are as happy to have the tool as we are to provide it. View it for yourself – data is at your fingertips like never before."

Becky Keith, IntelliBoard's VP of Education echoed the enthusiasm,"These new integrations have been a long time coming. Multiple users of Blackboard Learn and Canvas have contacted us through the years and have remarked their disappointment at not being able to utilize IntelliBoard reporting and analytics. We look forward to spreading the word."

IntelliBoard users can query results using a "natural language" search string, e.g., "how many users enrolled this month," "show me failing students," or "users who did not complete." The LISA tool from IntelliBoard (Learning Intelligence Search Access) expands as users query – growing more responsive and intelligent as the number of unique queries and results grows.

The LISA tool is part of a broad list of new features for folks using IntelliBoard: expanded, configurable administrator dashboard; configurable monitors that display reports and analytics based upon your desired data; the Conditional Event Notifications Dashboards to create notifications on conditional events; the ability to build and configure dashboards based on specific permissions, and advanced aesthetics/easy-to-use, intuitive interface.

Using the IntelliBoard tools will bring educational decision makers closer to the metrics that influence how learning is delivered, how learning happens, the tools that facilitate learning, and overall learner performance. Specific tools within IntelliBoard help to highlight high- and low-performing learners, tracking, compliance measurement, competencies, and engagement.

Contact Tonya Riney, VP of Client Services at IntelliBoard, call 866.89.REPORTS, or contact your Blackboard Learn or Instructure Rep for additional details on accessing the service.

About IntelliBoard, Inc.

IntelliBoard.net offers analytic and reporting services and a Moodle/PowerSchool Integration to educational communities and institutions utilizing multiple LMS platforms. IntelliBoard extracts the statistical data collected in the LMS and presents this rich data on a single dashboard in the form of easy-to-read, aesthetic, and printable charts, graphs, and formatted reports. We strive to be the premier analytics dashboard for LMS users. Feel the strength of empowered learning with our purposefully built analytics for education and training. Our mantra: provide the best instantly-available, most-simplified point-and-click access to your LMS data to inform your educational business decisions.

About Blackboard Inc.

Our mission is to partner with the global education community to enable learner success, leveraging innovative technologies and services. With an unmatched understanding of the world of the learner, the most comprehensive student-success solutions, and the greatest capacity for innovation, Blackboard is education's partner in change.

Shawnee Cohn, Blackboard
240-888-5687, shawnee.cohn@blackboard.com

About Canvas

Instructure, Inc. is a leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology company that makes software that makes people smarter. With a vision to help maximize the potential of people through technology, Instructure created Canvas, Gauge, Arc and Bridge to enable organizations everywhere to easily develop, deliver and manage engaging face-to-face and online learning experiences. To date, Instructure has connected millions of instructors and learners at more than 4,000 educational institutions and corporations throughout the world. Learn more about Canvas for higher ed and K-12, and Bridge for the corporate market, at www.Instructure.com.

Becky Frost
Senior Director, Corporate Communications
(801) 869-5017

Tonya Riney, PhD, VP
IntelliBoard, Inc.
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KDG Named One of the Top Custom Software Development Teams in Philadelphia

logo for KDG's custom software development team

KDG offers award-winning custom software development

KDG’s custom software development team provides 100% US-based development for business in Philadelphia and beyond.

Before we even begin development, we work with clients on a project discovery process”

— John Lamont, Director of Development

ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, October 2, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — KDG’s custom software development team has been named one of the best in the Philadelphia region by Clutch.co. The Allentown company ranked second in the metropolitan area. For over 17 years, the web development team at KDG has been building custom software applications for prominent businesses and manufacturing firms in the Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia, and beyond.

Custom CRM development is among the company’s most popular development projects. A CRM tool helps businesses organize customer data, streamline sales processes, and contact leads. The mobile-responsive software is built entirely by KDG’s 100% US-based team of developers. Businesses own the code after it is completed.

“Before we even begin development, we work with clients on a project discovery process,” says John Lamont, director of development. “This allows us to plan the project, gather its requirements, and blueprint its solutions.”

KDG’s development team is also comprised of certified Zoho Creator developers, as well as Google Partners.

To learn more about the custom software solutions the team at KDG can build, visit: https://www.kyledavidgroup.com/services/custom-software-development/.

About KDG: KDG has been a leading provider of web design, custom software development for businesses, and small business IT support for over 17 years. KDG has developed a reputation for being able to see and respond proactively to changing markets. Learn more at https://kyledavidgroup.com/.

Keri Lindenmuth
The Kyle David Group, LLC
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Jennifer Vatza of Restorative Aromatics to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, October 2, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — When we’re in a state of stress, our anxiety prevents us from the seeing the simple solutions in front of us.

Aromatherapy is the art of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance to promote the health of body, mind and spirit. Whether you’re experiencing stress and anxiety, sleep issues, acute and chronic pain, aromatherapy can help to ground and center you and allow yourself to heal.

Jennifer Vatza is a certified aromatherapist and the founder of Restorative Aromatics, where she offers a holistic approach to self-care enhanced by aromatherapy.

“I started exploring essential oils several years ago for my own health and wellness. I needed relief from stress and anxiety,” recalls Jennifer. “Aromatherapy utilizes essential oils. The aroma can evoke a memory or a feeling to calm an emotional state or give you energy. Smoking can be a form of aromatherapy. It’s just horrible for you. If we’re going to have habits, let’s make what we put in our body good things.”

Jennifer also educates clients on supporting and enhancing their health and wellness through aromatherapy through in-person workshops and online social media engagement. She is also working on a webinar series and several eBooks on aromatherapy topics.

Jennifer offers a stress management coaching program known as Aromatic Grounding: Stress Mapping and Redesign, which uses essential oils to help train her clients to rewrite their stress responses and redesign how they respond to stress in the future. Every client has receives a “stress kit” containing aromatic products designed to reduce their stress levels.

There are three different modes of applications: direct inhalation, dermal application, like creams or salves, and internal application.

“I’m really proud of being able to help people through aromatherapy because it’s a daunting field, with so much misinformation,” says Jennifer. “I’m grateful that people are looking at things like aromatherapy.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Jennifer Vatza in an interview with Jim Masters on October 4th at 1pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Restorative Aromatics, visit www.restorativearomatics.com

Lou Ceparano
(631) 850-3314
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John Marshall Law School IP Director Lim to Moderate Panel Featuring Federal Patent Appeals Judges

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES , October 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Professor Daryl Lim, Director of the John Marshall Law School’s Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law will moderate a panel discussion at The John Marshall Law School on Thursday, October 4, featuring judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

The Federal Circuit hears arguments outside Washington, D.C., as part of its nationwide jurisdiction and statutory requirement to provide reasonable opportunities for citizens to appear before the court. In addition to John Marshall, the Court will hear arguments at other Chicago law schools and at the federal courthouse. A full schedule of the Court’s session in Chicago is available on its website at http://www.cafc.uscourts.gov/argument/upcoming-oral-arguments. John Marshall is hosting Panel F.

“We are honored to be chosen to host the nation’s de facto patent appeals court. It is a testament to the continued prominence of our intellectual property program for nearly 80 years. I look forward to moderating what promises to be a lively and informative discussion.” Lim said.

John Marshall’s Intellectual Property Law program was ranked #15 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Graduate Schools. The IP program has been continuously ranked since IP rankings began in 2000. The Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law offers an LLM in Intellectual Property Law, for practicing attorneys, and an MJ in Intellectual Property Law, for non-attorneys, both of which can be earned entirely online. For more information, visit http://www.jmls.edu/academics/ip-privacy/

Miller McDonald
The John Marshall Law School
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Building on Success in Minnesota, Math Corps Continues National Expansion

AmeriCorps program expanded to Georgia.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA, October 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — ST. PAUL, MN (October 1, 2018) — Building on success in Minnesota, Math Corps —an AmeriCorps program that works to help students who are struggling in math, continues national expansion with a new program launch in Georgia.

Using a proven model for student success, Math Corps trains and places tutors to use research-based instruction to help students in grades 4-8 gain foundational math skills. Achievement in early math is a great predictor of future academic and economic success. In fact, 90 percent of sixth graders who fail math will not graduate from high school. Since 2008, more than 20,000 students have been served in Minnesota.

Launched in partnership with Commodore Conyers College & Career Academy (4C Academy), Georgia Math Corps began serving students in Albany, GA in September. In its first year, the program will have tutors at eight schools and will serve 700 students.

Expansion to Georgia isn’t the only exciting news for Math Corps. The results from a year-long randomized controlled trial funded by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation concluded that Math Corps has a meaningful impact for students in every grade served (4-8). The study confirmed that Math Corps students are making greater gains than their peers who don’t receive math intervention. In fact, Math Corps students get on track faster—an average of 2-3 months ahead of their expected trajectory. The program is currently offered in three states: Minnesota, Michigan and Georgia.

With the school year underway, Math Corps is recruiting tutors to serve in Minnesota. Tutors should apply now to begin in January. Both fulltime and part-time opportunities are available, and the need is greatest in the Twin Cities and Saint Cloud. To learn more, please visit: www.readingandmath.net or call 1-866-859-2825.

About Minnesota Math Corps:
State exam results show 40 percent of Minnesota eighth graders do not demonstrate grade-level proficiency in math. Minnesota Math Corps provides a solution to help students become successful 21st century learners and to narrow achievement gaps. The program places trained AmeriCorps tutors in Minnesota schools to deliver research-based math strategies that help students in grades four through eight build the skills needed to succeed in math. The program is being replicated nationally. For more information, please visit www.minnesotamathcorps.org.
About Minnesota Reading Corps:
One in three Minnesota third graders is not reading at grade level. Minnesota Reading Corps, a statewide program, provides a solution. The program places trained AmeriCorps tutors in schools and preschools, where they deliver proven literacy strategies to help children get ready for Kindergarten and on track to become successful readers by the end of third grade. A rigorous study conducted by the University of Chicago finds Reading Corps to be one of the most effective literacy programs nationwide. It is replicated in 12 states and the District of Columbia. For more information, please visit www.minnesotareadingcorps.org.

About Commodore Conyers College & Career Academy
The mission of the Commodore Conyers College & Career Academy is to produce college and career ready graduates with relevant skills and education and exceptional work ethic who can compete and succeed in the real world. Partners include local business and industry, the Dougherty County School System, Albany Technical College, Albany State University, the Albany/Dougherty Economic Development Commission, and the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce. For more information, please visit https://www.4cacademy.org/
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Gary Young
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of America Unveils New Brand

The 114-year-old mentoring organization's new brand emphasizes the potential of all children

Our new messaging, our new look, our new energy, will fuel our movement so we can serve more children across the country.”

— Pam Iorio, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

TAMPA, FL, UNITED STATES, October 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the country’s largest and oldest youth mentoring organization, today unveils a new, modern look and brand repositioning with the goals of emphasizing the urgency of the Big Brothers Big Sisters mission and recruiting more diverse volunteers nationwide.

“Over the past two years, we listened to our local affiliate leaders, who do the essential work of matching youth with mentors, and it became clear that we needed a modernization of our brand to attract volunteers of all generations,” said Big Brothers Big Sisters of America President and CEO Pam Iorio. “The need in our communities for young people to have a role model is more urgent than ever, and we must evolve as an organization to meet that need.”

The brand transformation, including a new logo, new colors, and new messaging, is part of a multi-part strategy by Big Brothers Big Sisters of America to build the foundation that will enable the organization to recruit more volunteers to become mentors (“Bigs”) to youth (“Littles”) in their communities. The organization is upgrading its nationwide technology for tracking programs and mentoring relationships (“matches”), investing in training for
staff, leaders, parents, and volunteers, in addition to undergoing this brand transformation.

Months of research by Barkley, the firm managing the brand transformation, including focus groups with potential Bigs, as well as current Bigs, Littles, donors, staff, and leadership, showed that the legacy brand was not effectively connecting with younger, prospective mentors or conveying the urgent mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters. The organization is intentionally pivoting from messages of the importance of mentoring, to messages of the urgent need for every child to have their potential defended and ignited. The mission will remain the same, as will the core model of building bridges in communities by connecting one adult with one child and supporting that match at every stage, but the organization will focus on a child’s potential, and our role as adults in helping children achieve their best possible futures.

“Families across the country are asking for help with complex challenges their children are facing in today’s world,” Iorio said. “Our new messaging, our new look, our new energy, will fuel our movement so we can serve more children across the country.”

The new logo, designed by Barkley with input from the Big Brothers Big Sisters affiliate network, key stakeholders, and Littles, is a symbol of the powerful relationships between Bigs and Littles. The little “b,” which symbolizes the Little, is the at the center of the mark, and the green lines that complete the capital “B” symbolize the Big, who empowers the Little’s potential.

Learn more about the new brand positioning, the look, and how to get involved at BigBrothersBigSisters.org. Share the new look and follow updates on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube using #BBBS.

About Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
Since 1904, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been matching youth in meaningful, enduring, professionally supported mentoring relationships with adult volunteers who defend their potential and help them achieve their biggest possible futures. Big Brothers Big Sisters’ evidence-based approach is designed to create positive youth outcomes, including educational success, avoidance of risky behaviors, higher aspirations, greater confidence, and improved relationships. In the past 10 years, with 271 affiliates in all 50 states, Big Brothers Big Sisters has served nearly 2 million children. Learn how to get involved at BigBrothersBigSisters.org.

Lauren M. Klinger
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
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Fun New Paris Travel Reward Launches for Women Who Love Chocolates, Fashion, and Shopping

Have Fun Learning French in Paris

Have Fun Learning French in Paris

For Women Who Love Experiencing Life Differently

For Women Who Love Experiencing Life Differently

Celebrating Women Love Salon Du Chocolat, Join us to enjoy chocolates, learning French in Paris, and Party for Good

Celebrating Women Love Salon Du Chocolat, Join us to enjoy chocolates, learning French in Paris, and Party for Good

Women participate in Recruiting for Good referral reward service to help fund Our Moms Work, community service; earn fun trip to experience Salon Du Chocolat.

We're Celebrating Women who love to enjoy or gift our special B-Day Paris Trips. Join us to have fun learning French.”

— Carlos Cymerman, Women Love French Founder

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, October 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good rewards women who participate and make referrals to help the staffing agency fund Our Moms Work; 'Women Love French Trips' to have fun learning French while traveling in a specially curated small group trip.

According to Recruiting for good and Women Love French Founder, Carlos Cymerman, "For women who love to make a difference and enjoy fun travel. We are Celebrating Women in Paris by gifting a fulfilling trip to have fun learning French while seeing the sites, shopping, and experiencing Salon Du Chocolat."

Women Love French trips are small intimate specially curated travel groups for six women and one group leader. Group leaders are kind, passionate, and native French speakers, who know Paris well. First Women Love French Trip is in October 2019, learn French while experiencing Salon Du Chocolat and enjoy shopping with Mademoiselle Maud Loisueau, a French Fashion designer.

How to Earn Women Love French Trip

1. Attend Party Celebrating Women at Le Macaron in Santa Monica, on October 7th, 2018, between 10am to 1pm, and every 1st Sunday of the month.

2. Once we meet woman in person at party, we only invite a woman who shares similar values to meet privately for lunch in Santa Monica, and discuss how our collaborative funding service works.

3. Woman will be invited to participate in collaborative funding provided by Recruiting for Good.

Carlos Cymerman adds "Our Salon Du Chocolat Trip is perfect for women who love chocolates, fashion, fun parties, shopping, and learning French….join us to celebrate your life and party for good."


Recruiting for Good, a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals kicka$$ jobs, since 1998. Companies retain us to find the best talent in Accounting/Finance, Engineering/IT, and Marketing/Sales professionals. We use recruiting to fund www.OurMomsWork.org services, and reward referrals with fun life experiences. visit: www.RecruitingforGood.com

Women Love French is an invite only service helping fund gift B-Day Trips for women who love to learn French while traveling in Paris www.WomenLoveFrench.com. Women can enjoy our specially curated small group Paris Trip to Salon Du Chocolat with Maud Loiseau; this is the perfect trip for women who love chocolates, fashion, fun parties, shopping, and learning French October 2019.

Mademoiselle Maud Loiseau captures the essence of women by creating delicate and sophisticated designs using the finest fabrics. Growing up in France, at the age of 21 and a recent graduate from the design school of Conde, the French “Pret-a-Porter” Syndicate selected her as one of the top 20 young designers. They featured her collection at their 2005 International Exhibition in Paris. She went on to work for bridal designer Elsa Gary for 2 years before deciding to move to Los Angeles. Mademoiselle Maud was born and celebrates the elegance of women with each design. www.MlleMaud.com

Carlos Cymerman
Recruiting for Good
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