Welcome to Born to Talk, the lively, engaging, lifestyle and community building radio show with host Marsha Wietecha. Marsha's winning formula is: Conversations + Connections = Community. Marsha interviews a wide variety of guests ranging from non-profits, entrepreneurs, authors, actors, musicians and people in the community with a story to share.
Thank you Mary Garcia and Katie McGuire from Wallis Annenberg PetSpace for joining me on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Located in Playa Vista, California, Wallis Annenberg PetSpace is a unique community space that features an interactive place for pet adoptions, educational programming, and an academic leadership institute. Annenberg PetSpace’s mission is to...
Lori A. Cash
Thank you Lori A. Cash for joining me today on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Lori A. Cash To begin with, Lori’s love for photography started as a child and remains a passion to this date. She specifically fell in love with wildlife and landscape because of how compelling it was for her...
Dr. Sharma Henderson, Ed.D
Joining me today on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast, is Dr. Sharma Henderson, Ed.D. As you will hear, education has always been her pathway. She tells us about her childhood in South Central Los Angeles, it wasn’t easy. It will be very clear as you hear her story, that she is resilient. As...
Pamela Jane Nye
Thank you, Pamela Jane Nye, for joining me on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast! Pam is the CEO of Neuroscience Nursing and also the CEO/Executive Director of Operation Scrubs. She is also an Associate Professor teaching in the Nurse Practitioner Program for the UCLA School of Nursing. Pam also is a mentor to many...
Thank you, Loren Stephens, for joining me on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Her Novel. All Sorrows Can Be Borne Loren takes us on a journey about her husband’s life. He was born in Osaka, Japan. At the age of 3, his parents made a very difficult and painful decision to send him...
Today’s Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast was a milestone show. It was my 300th episode with my very special guest, Donald G. James. NASA. Donald joined NASA in 1982. The pivotal moment that led to his 35-year career was the 1986 space shuttle Challenger tragedy. He wanted to inspire students to be...
Thank you Marsha, for having me as a guest on your podcast 3 times. I found our conversations engaging and delightful. I appreciate the opportunity to share my story and also provide some valuable information and insights to your listening audience about health and wellness. Best, David Blu