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Leadership Empowerment, Creating Champions of Change and a Culture of Civility in Classrooms, Corporations and Communities. Scott speak with the leaders and difference makers in the world of business, sports, philanthropy, entertainment, medicine and more!

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Leadership Empowerment, Creating Champions of Change and a Culture of Civility in Classrooms, Corporations and Communities. Scott speak with the leaders and difference makers in the world of business, sports, philanthropy, entertainment, medicine and more!

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English

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817-253-4035


Episodes

Episode 15 - A Conversation with Frank Supovitz

1/5/2022
Certainly hope you'll join us on "Leadership America" as we're joined by Frank Supovitz, the President of "Fast Traffic Events & Entertainment." He's also spent decades as the former senior events executive of both the N.F.L. and the N.H.L... In addition, he is the published author of "What to Do When Things Go Wrong." We certainly look forward to having you join us for a candid and informative interview with a longtime leader in the sports and entertainment world. _____________________________________________ From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speaker and Published Author, Scott Murray, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Check out Murray Media Video Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:31:15

Episode 14 - A Conversation with Michelle Marlow and Cynthia Marlow - Presented by AIR 4 arts

9/10/2021
Thanks to Speech Pathologists, who also happen to be sister-in-laws, Michelle Marlow and Cynthia Marlow, for joining me on Leadership America. Our purpose each broadcast is to teach leadership philosophies, learn best practices and share philanthropic passions. We seek to create a new culture of leadership within our companies, our communities, and our classrooms. In this challenging world, we all have a responsibility, as evolved and accomplished humans, to honor and cultivate the next generation of leadership within our circles of influence. Both Michelle and Cynthia certainly do that every single day. In addition, Michelle is chair of this year’s Jewel Charity Ball, which has raised over $75 million for Cook Children’s Hospital since its founding over half a century ago. Thanks to both Michelle and Cynthia. I’m confident you’ll find their presentation informative, insightful, impactful, and inspirational. ___________ From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speaker and Published Author, Scott Murray, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Visit: air4arts.org Check out Murray Media Video Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:23:47

Episode 13 - A Conversation with Brad Sham and Eric Nadel - Presented by AIR 4 arts

8/17/2021
I'm most excited to share with you are current edition of "Leadership America," presented Air4Arts, as we welcome two longtime friends and legendary leaders in the world of Sports Broadcasting, both of whom have been in the booth for over four decades... the voice of the Dallas Cowboys, Brad Sham and the voice of the Texas Rangers, Eric Nadel. Thanks to them both for sharing their great legacies with us all on Leadership America. From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speaker and Published Author, Scott Murray, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Visit: air4arts.org Check out Murray Media Video Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:52:30

Episode 12 - A Conversation with Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Allen B. West

4/9/2021
Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Allen B. West is a Christian constitutional conservative, combat veteran, and former Member of the US Congress. His life has been defined as one of service, sacrifice, and commitment to the United States of America. After his retirement from the Army in 2004 following over two decades of military service, which included deployment to both Kuwait and Iraq, Allen taught high school in South Florida for a year before volunteering and deploying to Afghanistan as a civilian military adviser to the Afghan army, an assignment he finished in November 2007. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and two Masters, one from Kansas State University and another from the US Army Command and General Staff Officers College. Allen remains very active in the philanthropic community and is presently President/CEO of The Hope Center. From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speaker and Published Author, Scott Murray, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions Check out Murray Media Video Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:22:01

Episode 11 - A Conversation with Maddie Worley of the Mental Health America of Greater Dallas

2/8/2021
At a time in our world when the unknown is no prevalent in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Mental Health America of Greater Dallas (MHA Dallas) is working tirelessly as a non-profit organization, to promote mental wellness through community education and policy advocacy. Put simply, MHA Dallas serves as a catalyst to identify, assess and respond to mental health needs in the community, especially at challenging times like those were all presently a part of. Community Outreach Director, Maddie Worley, joins us in conversation. From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions Check out Murray Media Video Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:38:18

Episode 10 - A Conversation with Tim Brown

1/12/2021
From his hometown of Dallas, to college football at Notre Dame, to a record-breaking career in the NFL out west in California, and back home to Texas, Tim Brown’s journey is one that few can match. It all started at Woodrow Wilson High School, the only public high school in America with two graduates who became Heisman Trophy winners, Davey O’Brien of TCU in 1938 and Tim Brown in 1987. From there, it was on to the pros and a record-breaking career with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, before heading back to where it all started. Along the way, Tim would be elected to the College Football Hall of Fame and become one of only nine players in the history of football to win the Heisman and be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Tim talks sports at all levels in our conversation, but, it might have been what he shared about life off the field that was most intriguing, interesting and impactful. From the countless hours spent with young people through mentoring and educational programs, all the while sharing the importance and his commitment to Christianity and the role it plays in his daily life, as he continues to be a difference maker in our world. (Recorded in August 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions Check out Murray Media Video Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:31:47

Episode 9 - A Conversation with Chad Hennings

1/5/2021
What do you get when you combine a USAF Fighter Pilot, an All-American and College Football Hall of Fame inductee, and 3-time NFL Super Bowl Champion? You get former Dallas Cowboys great, Chad Hennings. Today, Chad is a published author, motivational speaker, real estate professional, investor and philanthropist... And, Chad is the latest guest on our Leadership America Podcast. In this interview you’ll hear some timely inspiration, as he shares his experience through the pandemic (the impact of his family), personal stories of he and his teammates (how empathy played a role), the importance of a growth mindset (as opposed to a fixed mindset) and, sharing some insightful parenting advice (failure can be a good thing when it comes to your child). It’s certainly one of our most impactful interviews so far. The message Chad shares with us is most inspiring, relevant, and delivered from the heart with a call to action for us all to live a life of excellence and as we strive to be our best selves every day. (Recorded in August 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions Check out Murray Media Video Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:35:09

Episode 8 - A Conversation with Rolando Blackman

12/29/2020
In a most engaging conversation on the latest episode of Leadership America Podcast, Former NBA Dallas Maverick, Rolando Blackman, talks with Scott & Angel not only about his All-Star career, but, also focuses on the importance of both leadership and mentorship and his involvement as a Global United Nations Ambassador throughout the world. Ro shares his plans of developing a number of educational facilities for pre-school and elementary school age students worldwide, focusing on the significance of curiosity in a young person’s life. In addition, Ro addresses a loving and caring family environment and how impactful they can be coupled with morality in the growing years of a child. His philanthropic legacy is one we can all take part in and be inspired by his desire to make a difference in the lives of those that need it most. It’s often been said that the only reason Rolando Blackman is not in the Hall of Fame is because of his commitment to being the ultimate team player. A true champion of change, Ro’s journey to success began when he was drafted in 1981 as the first round pick of the Dallas Mavericks. Ro is presently the second-leading scorer in Mavericks’ history, trailing only Dirk Nowitzki. The Mavericks retired his No. 22 jersey in 2011, one of only three players to be so honored, joining former teammates Brad Davis and Derek Harper. Following his 11 years with the Mavericks and two more with the N.Y. Knicks, Ro stayed involved with the game as both a broadcaster and assistant coach and front office director with the Mavs. Whether you’re a basketball fan or a leadership enthusiast, you’ll enjoy hearing from this rock star sports legend. (Recorded in August 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions Check out Murray Media Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:26:45

Episode 7 - A Conversation with Drew Pearson

12/22/2020
If you’re a football fan, then you’ll want to tune-in to this episode of Leadership America! The legendary Drew Pearson joins Scott and Angel in a conversation about his incredible career in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys and beyond. In this podcast, Drew was flawless in delivering an inspiring message while catching every verbal pass Scott and Angel tossed his way. Drew shares the highlights of his 11-year career and goes into great detail about what actually took place on the field that iconic day he caught the infamous 50-yard “Hail Mary” catch from Hall of Famer, Roger Staubach. That play made history as it stole a playoff victory over the Vikings in Minnesota. That's where the term "Hail Mary" was born, exactly 45 years ago this month, on December 28, 1975. He'd go on to become a Super Bowl Champion, become a member of the Cowboys illustrious Ring of Honor at AT&T Stadium and be elected to the NFL 1970's All-Decade Team But, without a doubt, the proudest and fondest moment of his incredible career, should take place in Canton, Ohio in the summer of 2021, when "Mr. Clutch" can join a select group of his former teammates, having been selected as the Senior Finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2021. Get to know Drew Pearson today as we engage in a dynamic dialogue with one of the greats! Some fun facts about Drew Pearson’s journey to success: - Drew Pearson began his football career at South River High School in New Jersey, as one of the wide receivers of future Super Bowl Champion quarterback, Joe Theismann. - As a junior, Drew succeeded Theismann as the starting quarterback. From there it was on to Tulsa University where he received a football scholarship. - In 1973, he was selected by the Dallas Cowboys as a free agent, who'd go on to become one of the greatest wide receivers in the history of the NFL. - Collegiately, he was inducted into the Tulsa Athletics Hall of Fame and is a recipient of the University's President's Award as the team's "best spirited and most unselfish" member. - Drew is known as the "Original #88" - Others that have followed to wear the coveted number 88 are Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin, star receiver Dez Bryant and the Cowboys current #88, CeeDee Lamb. - Since retirement from football, Drew has been involved in sports broadcasting and also served as the CEO of Drew Pearson Companies, a manufacturer of licensed headwear since 1985. (Recorded in August 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, share, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Check out Murray Media Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:41:44

Episode 6 - A Conversation with Joe Daniels

12/15/2020
It’s not every day we get the inside scoop on the newest American Treasure! Leadership America shares with you the birthing of The Medal of Honor Museum, as Scott & Angel interview Medal of Honor Museum’s Joe Daniels about this exciting new endeavor. The Medal of Honor is the United States of America's highest and most-prestigious personal military decoration that is awarded to recognize U.S. military service members who have distinguished themselves by acts of valor. The MOH Museum has committed to building a new facility in Arlington, Texas, next to the football and baseball professional sports stadiums, creating yet another reason to visit North Texas Tune in to learn more about the value of these American history lessons and worthwhile stories of these brave war heroes, or what we like to refer to as true Champions. Joe Daniels describes the future museum experience in this way, "What this museum will help reinforce is that there is no guarantee that this country will thrive in perpetuity and that we all have an individual responsibility to keep this experiment going and give back to the country that's given so much to us." (Recorded October 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/lead... Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAm... Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_... Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Check out Murray Media Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:31:40

Episode 5 - A Conversation with Nancy Lieberman

12/1/2020
Leadership America welcomes Nancy Lieberman – Hosted by Scott Murray & Angel Carlton. An ultimate pleasure to speak with Nancy Lieberman, the Collegiate All-America, WNBA Hall of Fame basketball player, not to mention NBA Assistant Coach with the Sacramento Kings and the first woman to coach a professional men’s basketball team, the Texas Legends. Nancy opens her enormous heart during this interview as she shares her humble beginnings and how that inspired her to start her journey in making a difference for inner city youth, establishing the Nancy Lieberman Foundation. She shares the importance of mentorship and tells personal stories of her mentors, World Boxing Champion, Muhammad Ali, Billionaire Warren Buffet, and Hall of Fame Collegiate Basketball Coach, Pat Summitt. Even though her Hall of Fame career is behind her, her legacy continues to be created in underprivileged neighborhoods throughout cities across America, building DreamCourts in collaboration with people like Baseball Hall of Famer, Derek Jeter and World Tennis Champion, Martina Navratilova. “Lady Magic”, as Nancy has long been referred to, is indeed, a true champion of change! She wakes up inspired every day with a passion to help others, despite the challenges of the pandemic, as she continues to encourage us all to be a victor, not a victim and to always chase greatness. (Recorded August 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Check out Murray Media Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:53:43

Episode 4 - A Conversation with Daryl Johnston

10/29/2020
Refreshing, impactful and upbeat best describes this energetic conversation with Daryl Johnston, the three-time Super Bowl Champion of the Dallas Cowboys, now celebrating his 20th year in the booth as a NFL Game Analyst for Fox Sports. Respectfully known as “Moose”, DJ was very candid as we discussed relevant topics in our ever-changing world, such as: (Recorded in August 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Check out Murray Media Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:47:11

Episode 3 - A Conversation with Herschel Walker - Part 2 of 2

9/30/2020
National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, kick off Part 2 of their Leadership America podcast with former Heisman Trophy Winner, NFL Pro Bowler and College Football Hall of Fame running back, Herschel Walker. Walker, who was valedictorian of his graduating high school class, then went on to the University of Georgia where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Studies, has been a multi-sport athlete for decades. Herschel was a State Champion in both football and track and field in High School and NCAA National Champion in College. He joined the USFL in 1983, playing for the New Jersey Generals, before moving to the NFL, where he was a Pro Bowl selection in back to back seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. In addition to football, he was on the U.S Olympic Bobsled Team in 1992, is a Mixed Martial Arts expert, and, has a 5th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. In 1988, while a member of the Cowboys, he danced with the Fort Worth Ballet for a single performance. He won back-to-back American Superstars competitions in 1987 and 1988, and is presently a member of the President’s Fitness Council. Most recently, Herschel was a guest speaker at the 2020 Republican National Convention. Herschel also owns three businesses, including being the largest minority-owned chicken business owner in the United States. In this two-part interview, we'll share with you the life of one of the greatest running backs in the history of football, Herschel Walker. “I always want to be the best” has been his mantra since Day 1. Herschel tells of his commitment and drive to live up to his full potential in everything he takes part in, be it education, athletics, or, in life. The inspirational perspectives Herschel shares throughout this interview are what so many of us need to be reminded of every single day. (Recorded in August 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Check out Murray Media Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:43:10

Episode 2 - A Conversation with Herschel Walker - Part 1 of 2

9/6/2020
National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, kick off their Leadership America podcast with former Heisman Trophy Winner, NFL Pro Bowler and College Football Hall of Fame running back, Herschel Walker. Walker, who was valedictorian of his graduating high school class, then went on to the University of Georgia where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Studies, has been a multi-sport athlete for decades. Herschel was a State Champion in both football and track and field in High School and NCAA National Champion in College. He joined the USFL in 1983, playing for the New Jersey Generals, before moving to the NFL, where he was a Pro Bowl selection in back to back seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. In addition to football, he was on the U.S Olympic Bobsled Team in 1992, is a Mixed Martial Arts expert, and, has a 5th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. In 1988, while a member of the Cowboys, he danced with the Fort Worth Ballet for a single performance. He won back-to-back American Superstars competitions in 1987 and 1988, and is presently a member of the President’s Fitness Council. Most recently, Herschel was a guest speaker at the 2020 Republican National Convention. Herschel also owns three businesses, including being the largest minority-owned chicken business owner in the United States. In this two-part interview, we'll share with you the life of one of the greatest running backs in the history of football, Herschel Walker. “I always want to be the best” has been his mantra since Day 1. Herschel tells of his commitment and drive to live up to his full potential in everything he takes part in, be it education, athletics, or, in life. The inspirational perspectives Herschel shares throughout this interview are what so many of us need to be reminded of every single day. (Recorded August 2020) From the new Murray Media Podcast/Virtual Studios in Dallas, Texas, National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Check out Murray Media Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:34:27

Episode 1 - Summer Special 2020 - Life in America - Dr. Nina Rios-Doria and Shannon Brazzell

8/1/2020
In this special summer 2020 episode, National Corporate Speakers and Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, discuss a wide range of topics affecting America, amid the current COVID-19 crisis. This virtual zoom episode features 2 special guests joining the show, including Dr. Nina Rios-Doria and Shannon Brazzell. Dr. Nina Rios-Doria, PhD, is a Mental Performance Coach, Licensed Professional Counselor, Speaker, and Author. She is a certified coach through the Executive Professional Coaching program at UT Dallas' Naveen Jindal School of Management. She has been a Licensed Counselor for over 17 years, including mental performance coaching, working with sports teams and athletes. Shannon Brazzell is the former executive director of LaDainian Tomlinson’s Touching Lives Foundation, and a successful entrepreneur. Brazzell played football for Texas Christian University in the late 90’s, including being voted first-team all conference linebacker on their nationally ranked 10-1 squad his senior year. National Keynote Speakers and Published Authors, Scott Murray and Angel Carlton, moderate the discussion with champions that truly make a difference in our world. Enjoy, subscribe and let us know what you think of this episode of Leadership America as we continue to Create Champions of Change through a Culture of Civility. Visit our website: LeadershipAmerica.net Connect with us on Social Media: Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-america-today Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LeadershipAmericaChampions/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/leadership_america/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/LeadershipAmer1 Check out Murray Media Production/Podcast/Virtual Studios: MurrayMedia.net

Duration:00:42:02