In this COVID-19 pandemic, the internet has played a great role and helped the community in multiple ways. COVID-19 has a great impact on our lives to this day.
Humans yearn to make a difference and leave their mark in the world and other people’s lives. Besides the benefit to others, giving back impacts the individual positively as well.
Nova Halavins, the Founder and CEO of AntiLand, the world’s most popular anonymous chat app that has since helped over 30 million people cope with depression and loneliness joins Enterprise Radio.
Joy Decker, the Executive Director of Esperanza which is a nonprofit organization that supports children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities joins Enterprise Radio.
Kenan Pala, a 14 year old 8th grader from San Diego who started a non-profit Kids4Community when he was just 11 years old for programs to fund programs for homeless, education joins Enterprise Radio.
Kenan Pala, The Founder of Kids4Community, a nonprofit organization run by kids for kids in San Diego, California joins Enterprise Radio to discuss how they are involved in the community.
The Harris Law Firm in Miami, serving the community by meeting the needs of individuals and businesses
Robert Harris, a trial attorney who specializes in business litigation, commercial lawsuits, and employment and labor law issues joins Enterprise Radio. He founded Harris Law Firm in Miami to serve the community by meeting the needs of individuals and businesses.
Matt Seigel, CEO and Executive Producer of Envision Festival a four-day celebration that brings together a community of people from across the globe joins Enterprise Radio
Jeff DeBenedetti, Director of Golf at Las Positas Golf Course in Livermore, California & PGA Professional and Owner of the DeBenedetti Golf Shop joins Enterprise Radio to discuss building a business with community connections.