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An unlikely story

ONCE IN A WHILE I have the incredible fortune of speaking with someone who sees a need for change in the community and makes it happen. Dr. Evan Fewsmith is the Founder and President of Pacific Solstice. He holds both a Master’s Degree in Marriage Family and Child Therapy, as well as a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He is both ... Read More »

war•ri•or’ wôrēar/noun

(especially in former times) a brave or experienced soldier or fighter. THIS IS THE first thing you read on Natalie Weisel’s Facebook page and it perfectly sums up this incredible woman. On the night of Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip ... Read More »

Second Chance Orange County

SECOND CHANCE ORANGE COUNTY (SCOC) is a non-profit charity that provides recovering drug/alcohol addicts important workforce skills taught by experienced professionals free of charge. They help low-income adults recovering from addiction adjust back into society, by providing free job skills training, interview skills, help filling out FAFSA (Federal financial aid forms), one-on-one coaching, mentoring and job placement-they customize the best ... Read More »

“In the Community” 

“IN THE COMMUNITY” strives to promote revitalized and engaged communities, providing positive opportunities and experiences to our youth, children and elderly by connecting forward-thinking businesses with communities to support local educational, social and growth programs. This results in strengthened bonds within the community fostering further relationships and opportunities. I recently had the chance to speak with Larry Kutcher, CEO of ... Read More »

Travel Deeper  


NATIONAL YOUNG LEADERSHIP CABINET is the premier leadership and philanthropic program of JFNA. The program is designed for dedicated men and women, ages 30 to 45, from across the U.S. and Canada who are deeply committed to building a strong, vibrant future for the Jewish people. This past July JFFS had three members of the NextGen community, including two board ... Read More »

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