New Jersey was at a stand still on Saturday June 10,2011 at the Wyndham Hotel in ,Newark,New Jersey hosted one of the most anticipated event of the year: the First Annual Miss Africa Tri-StatePageant. It was a night of beauty, talent, and culture, and excellent reviews won't stop coming in .......special thanks to the City of Newark,Bukky Ebun, Yetunde A. Odugbesan , Talee SuperCute Sahn , Victoria Virgo , Gbenga A. Oyetayo , Dosso Kassimou , Ovacom Consultingllc , Ayla Divaglam,Mua Clinton, the Sponsors, the Judges, all the deserving beautiful contestants, and everyone that attended for making it a sold out show !!!
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The Nigerian Promoters Association (NPA) USA has added to her growing list of celebrity Guest Speakers and Panelist for the upcoming 2nd Annual NPA Summit & 1st Art & Entertainment Business Awards, holding in Atlanta this September 2nd – 5th, 2011, he is one of the most sort after music producers in US, Mr. Manuel Seal.
WHO IS MANUEL SEAL
Manuel Seal Jr. is a Grammy Award-winning record producer and songwriter. He was a contracted producer at Jermaine Dupri's So So Def Recordings, where among his other credits he produced and wrote many hit songs including Usher's "You Make Me Wanna", "Nice and Slow", "My Way"; "My Boo"; Destiny's Child's "With Me" and Mariah Carey's number one singles "Always Be My Baby" and "We Belong Together." Current winner of American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP) 23rd Annual Rhythm & Soul Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, CA June 25, 2010 for "Song of the Decade Award" Co-writer of Mariah Carey's, "We Belong Together".
His versatile abilities has allowed him to work as producer, song writer, composer, vocal coach, arranger, key board player, guitaristand more for artist such as Xcape, Da Brat, El DeBarge, Shanice, TLC, Johnny Gill, Janet Jackson, Be Be Winans, LSG, Tamia, Gerald Levert, Aretha Franklin, Mary J Blige, Marc Dorsey ..
Mr. Seal has since founded and is the C.E.O. of Seal Entertainment a company that encompasses music and film through which he has form alliances with such organizations such as the Georgia Music Awards. His goal is to create a host of opportunities for individuals to showcase their artistic business ventures to the world.
Manuel Seal Jr. will be speaking during the Panel Discussion on Music titled “Music Production 101 & Getting Publishing for African Artist”. ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP) personnel will be on hands to sign you to publishing deal on sight.
Founded on January 20, 2010. The Nigerian Promoters Association is fast growing in multiple folds with members across North,South,East and West America including Canada. The NPA Executive board, Executive Council and members are mix of highly qualified professionals with years of experience in the media and various entertainment sectors both in Nigeria and abroad. NPA is a non profit organization, fully registered in the state of Texas, where the headquarter is located with an annex office in Washington, DC. The NPA is not subject to promoter membership only, but welcomes individuals who are passionate about development of Nigerian entertainment as a brand.
For more info on NPA, VISIT: http://www.npa-usa.com/
“DR. Olufunmilayo Olopade to recieve “Health Achievement Award” at the 2011 Yoruba Heritage Awards.
The executive team of the 2011 Yoruba Heritage Awards is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2011 Achievement Award for Health (North America/Canada), Dr. Olufunmilayo Olopade.
Dr Olopade is the Walter L. Palmer Distinguished Service Professor of Medicine & Human Genetics, Associate Dean for Global Health, and Director of the Center for Clinical Cancer Genetics at the University of Chicago. She is also a practicing clinician and Director of the University's Cancer Risk Clinic.
In February this year, the White House Press announced her appointment to the US Cancer advisory board by the Obama administration; a gesture that is rooted in her high profiled practice as a hematology oncologist with proven expertise in hereditary breast cancer and cancer risk assessment.
As one of the top leading experts in breast cancer research, she continues to help scientist around the world to gain better understanding of the disease. She also works with educators, medical practitioners, government officials and pharmaceutical companies to improve access to quality information, education and medical care in low-income communities.
She is also actively involved in outreach programs in Nigeria. “Dr. Olopade has established the first collaborative team of investigators qualified to conduct breast cancer clinical trials in Nigeria, the most populous country in sub-Saharan African with a population of 140 million” reveals the New York based Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Her track record in the medical field is evidenced in the numerous awards and fellowships she has received over the years; MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, the ASCO Young Investigator Award, the James S. McDonnell Foundation Scholar Award, and the Doris Duke Distinguished Clinical Scientist Award, among others. Dr. Olopade is also an Executive Council Member of the African Organization for Research and Training in Cancer (AORTIC). She holds an M.B.B.S. from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria, completed her residency in internal medicine at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in hematology and oncology at the University of Chicago.
The Yoruba Heritage Awards is an annual award made to recognize and reward excellence and outstanding achievement by individuals and groups of the Yoruba sons and daughters.
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What do you know about other people's bitter tears, unless you have shed your own? I have shed my own and I have been comforted. Now, I am on a mission to comfort others” Mrs. Abiola Saba Founder/President Timeless Impact
History is decorated with colorful and life-changing achievements of women from all walks of life; inventors, entrepreneurs, teachers, etc. Women with a deep commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. Abiola Saba, Founder/President Timeless Impact, is one of such woman. A Certified Success Coach(CSC), Trainer and Inspirational speaker, she is on a compassionate journey to comfort, motivate, inspire and encourage millions to righteousness, through sharing winning experiences, for millions to achieve their maximum potential. Her passion is to add value to people's lives, by lighting their candles through inspirational words, backed by the power of God. Having experienced life challenges that has led her to greater strength, greater faith and a much greater understanding of God's grace and His purpose for our lives; she greatly desires that many reach their full potential.
As a dynamic, bold and engaging speaker with a purpose to uplift and transform, she has inspired many and continues to add value to several lives. As an experienced health worker, she teaches basic life skills and has gone to Africa to teach many Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in a campaign which she embarked on CPR Nigeria. This gives her mission to uplift and transform lives a holistic bearing cutting across physical, spiritual and mental well-being.
“When I was born,’ says Mrs. Saba, ‘the world rejoiced. I want to live my life leaving a Timeless Impact that will bless generations after me”. These words are the foundation on which Timeless Impact an organization that is on a compassionate journey to comfort, motivate, inspire and encourage millions to righteousness, through sharing winning experiences, for millions to achieve their maximum potential stands. Timeless Impact grew out of an inner journey, struggles and re-occurring patterns that she overcame and hence discovered the path to peace, success and freedom. This is what she shares: personal experiences; “the toughest challenge of my life has lead to my greatest inspiration" she declares.
The challenge that has brought the most tears to my eyes is the same reason the world is listening to me. Discern yours!
Then one day, I met with CHRIST. I had a dream, and I saw Christ, who opened His hands wide and I went to Him, cried, and He whispered in my ears, ‘Welcome'back into the Kingdom’ I continued to cry, then He whispered to me, YOU ARE COMFORTED. Then, He told me, "With the same comfort that I have comforted you, go and comfort others”
Abiola Saba grew up in the Western Nigerian city of Ibadan in Oyo state, lived in the United Kingdom for ten years where she took a degree in Marketing from Brunel University. She moved to the United States, studied at Rutgers and Drexel University for her graduate degrees and worked in with various corporate firms including McGraw Hill, Johnson and Johnson and was a computer consultant.
Married for twenty-one years and blessed with children, Mrs. Abiola has a passion for God, compassion for people and through her coaching, she is committed to pursuing, proclaiming and publishing God's words for many to be successful and achieve the maximum potential.
She is a member of the John Maxwell Team and Certified Coach with John Maxwell, Toastmasters International at Swissboro and hosts her own show on Blog Talk Radio. She lives in Sewell, New Jersey with her family.
Abiola is available for Public speaking engagements and teaches classes on CPR awareness.