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The Problem with Social Innovation in America

Chicago’s Governor, Pat Quinn is taking a proactive approach to economic development in his state. In 2011, Quinn appointed Marc Lane to serve as Chairman of the state’s new task force on Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise. Cynthia chats with Marc Lane and Dr. Marc Spencer, CEO from Juma Ventures to find out what challenges the states face when it comes to supporting social innovation and budget cuts. Can other states learn something? Join Cynthia for lunch on The C-Radio Show  Aired January 24, 2012.

John Edwards

John Edwards, Founder of Genesis Dream Board, talks to Cynthia about his technology that helps people place their dreams and goals in the clouds. Placing your dreams and goals in the clouds may not be a bad idea or is it? Original air date December 13, 2011 at 11:30 AM CT / 12:30 PM ET.

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Bloomberg TVs “TechStars” Female Tech Star Speaks Out

Melanie MooreLast season’s Bloomberg TVs “TechStars” elite startup boot camp contestant and co-founder of ToVieFor, Melanie Moore, has a candid discussion with C-Radio Show host, Cynthia Nevels, on the state of women in technology and why leveling the playing field in heels can be fun, exciting and a little misleading. Melanie Moore who’s now owner of Elizabeth & Clarke, a Tech/Fashion startup in NYC gives a behind the scenes dose of reality you don’t want to miss. Original air date December 6, 2011 at 11:30 AM CST/ 12:30 PM ET. More…

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Original Air Date: November 15, 2011

Wayne Sutton form CNNs Black in America 4: The New Promised Land – Silicon Valley

Wayne SuttonCynthia talks to Wayne Sutton, entrepreneur and social media advisor featured in CNN’s Black in America 4: The New Promised Land – Silicon Valley who sets the record straight on minorities in Silicon Valley and shares insight on Black Americans who are accelerating entrepreneurship and innovation across the United States.  Listen on demand.

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Original Air Date: November 8, 2011

Movies, Music and Meals – Oh My!

Tamela MannHusband and wife entrepreneurial superstars, David and Tamela Mann, from Tyler Perry’s nationally syndicated hit show on TBS “Meet the Browns” have a new show and a new movie coming out. Tamela talks to Cynthia to share how they successfully manage their brand, their business and their happy family. Listen on demand.

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Original Air Date: October 18, 2011

Power of Reinventing “YOU”

Rene Syler

Cynthia chats with television journalist and Good Enough Mother author and blogger, Rene Syler. Rene shares how she reinvents herself atfer CBS “The Early Show.” Listen on demand.


Original Air Date: September 27, 2011

Venture Capital and the State of Healthcare Technology

Cynthia talks to venture capitalist, Chuck Newhall, Co-Founder and General Partner of NEA and Dr. Daniel Leung Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine specializing in Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at Texas Children’s Hospital about current healthcare technology trends and ongoing health care needs in the United States. Can money solve the problem? Listen on demand.


Original Air Date: September 13, 2011

The “New” Collaborative Economy

GangplankCynthia talks to Derek Neighbors co-founder of Gangplank, a group of connected individuals and small businesses creating an economy of innovation and creativity in the Valley and Murat Aktihanoglu, the founder and Managing Director of Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator, an early-stage investment fund and accelerator based in New York City.  We’ll  learn what value they see in empty spaces, networking events and how the new “collaborative” economy is helping small businesses thrive during volatile economic times. Listen on demand.


Original Air Date: August 9, 2011

Branding American Education

The C-Radio Show with host Cynthia NevelsTom Peters called her Official Muse for five years, a title she wears lightly. Host, Cynthia Nevels and Julie Anixter, Chief Innovation Officer with Maga Design Group take a look at the business of education in America. Should American education be redesigned and rebranded? Listen On Demand


Original Air Date: May 24, 2011

Start Your Money Engines

The C-Radio Show with host Cynthia NevelsCynthia chats with special guest Kim Kiyosaki who shares a similar passion for educating women about money and business. She has used the international forum of the Rich Dad brand to showcase the startling statistics relating to women and money, and through her best-selling Rich Woman she encourages women to take control of their lives, start a business and live their dreams. Listen on-demand to live broadcast from May 24, 2011 with Kim Kiyosaki and learn how to rev up your money engines this spring for free without the calories.

Original Air Date: May 10, 2011


Enterprise in America

The C-Radio Show with host Cynthia NevelsCynthia chats with special guests Monique Myles Carswell, Marketing Manager for Black Enterprise online collateral and Susan Repka, Executive Director of Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance who provide an inside look at the hundreds of deal makers expected to attend business summits and conferences this season. Listen on-demand to live broadcast from May 10, 2011.


Original Air Date: April 5, 2011

Tax Crunch

IRSCynthia chats with Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance’s, Susan Repka about new opportunities for women owned businesses. Also, The annual tax deadline is around the corner. Each year some families in the US procrastinate and wait to file their taxes until the last-minute. Special IRS guest, Johnnie Bowers will share inside news and tips on how to save time and money this tax season.

Original Air Date: February 08, 2011

The C-Radio Show with host Cynthia NevelsTexas has fallen behind all other states when it comes to registering organ donors. More and more blue collar families are finding themselves waiting longer and risking their lives for the gift of life. Special guest, Elvia Valdez sheds the light on the growing disparity in minority communities, dispels the myth about registering to be an organ donor and announces new blogcreated to educate the web community.  

Original Air Date: November 02, 2010
How Stella & Dot Got this Business Woman’s Groove Back

A a provocative look at how gutsy women assess risk and passion when starting new business ventures. Host, Cynthia Nevels, will have a candid discussion with Jessica Herrin CEO of Stella & Dot (www.stelladot.com) about how she creates success in business and why, after selling WeddingChannel.com, she took the leap again. Click to listen.

barOriginal Air Date: November 02, 2010

Entrepreneurship: Paving the Way to Success

Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneur.orgMore entrepreneurs are taking the plunge to start their own businesses today now more than ever due to the changing job market. How is entrepreneurship improving the economic welfare of the nation? Host Cynthia Nevels will talk to Thom Ruhe, Director of Entrepreneurship for the Kauffman Foundation to learn more about the economic effects entrepreneurship has in America.
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