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You may know him as a philanthropist, motivational speaker, businessman, senior financial advisor and humanitarian. Starting December 9, 2012 he will be known as a radio personality as well.
Mr. Rozman is taking on a new venture and utilizing his personal connections, social media and online resources to bring his expertise to you via his new upcoming radio show titled “The Rozman Experience.” It is a live call in show, and will feature top influential, business, and proven successful guests.
“The Rozman Experience” is set to debut on December 9, 2012 at 4:00 PM. It will air on EZ Way Broadcasting (EZWaybroadcasting.com), a celebrity and producer based talk radio podcast station that “helps celebrities interact with their fans”. His show is called “The Rozman Experience” and it will be a motivational speaking based show offering financial advice. The show will also explain why donating and volunteering is so important.
The online radio show is streamed via BlogTalkRadio and powered by http://www.wtvnetworks.com
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Mr. Rozman is active in humanitarian ventures. He is involved as a board member and committee host of the upcoming prestigious event ‘The Jefferson Awards’, to be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012. The Jefferson Awards honor community and public service in America. The Jefferson Awards are presented on two levels: national and local. They began in 1972 to create a Nobel Prize for public service. Today, their primary purpose is to serve as a “Call to Action for Volunteers” in local communities.
The Jefferson Awards Institute is a non-profit organization that “recognizes, inspires and activates volunteerism and public service in communities, workplaces and schools across America.” The Institute was founded in 1972 by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, U.S. Senator Robert Taft, Jr. and Sam Beard.
Mr. Rozman has done business with the following people: David Perrieus, Sam Beard, AC Green, Bill Clinton, and Rory Bruer, who is a humanitarian himself and currently president of Worldwide distribution at Sony Pictures.
Mr. Rozman is currently the business spokesperson for Tightropemagazine.com. He will be presenting next year at the EZ Achievement Awards, and is currently on 7 boards of major charity organizations. You will be seeing more of Mr. Rozman because he will be featured in the upcoming issue of Rock Thiz Magazine.
About Rick Rozman:
Motivational Speaker, Businessman, Humanitarian, Senior Financial Advisor and Radio Personality. Mr. Rozman serves as a Development Director for the Asomugha Foundation. In addition to this, Mr. Rozman is a Senior Vice President and Wealth Management Advisor in El Segundo, California. Mr. Rozman spent 32 years as a Vice President and Senior Resident Director, providing tailored financial solutions for individuals, family foundations, institutions, and charitable organizations. Mr. Rozman serves on and chairs several boards of non-profit organizations.
Additionally, he has personally invested in the future of our youth by serving as a speaker and mentor for at-risk students, as well as providing office visits to local high schools. He has been recognized for his passionate community leadership and remains actively involved with several local and national non-profit charitable organizations. Mr. Rozman received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance from the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) and currently resides in Playa del Rey.
For more information about Rick Rozman visit http://www.rickrozman.com You can also visit Rick on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/rickrozman1 or follow him on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/rickrozman1
Article first published on Examiner.com at http://www.examiner.com/article/rick-rozman-offers-financial-charity-advice-on-ezwaybroadcasting-com
Are you ready to select your Delegates? They are the ones the represent their district for both the 2011 and 2012 State Conventions, Network with other Democrats, Represent your constituency, Elect Party officers, Promote the California Democratic Party agenda, Endorse candidates for statewide, legislative and congressional office and Vote to endorse resolutions and ballot measures.
They are 80 Assembly Districts in CA and 12 people (6 men / 6 women) are elected from each Assembly District. The CA 46th Assembly District will held their Delegate Elections on Saturday, January 8, 2011 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at First and Hope 710 W. First Street Los Angeles, CA 90012
Here is the list with names and little biography of the 46th Assembly District Delegate Elections:
ABIOLA AFOLAYA has for the past three years represented public and private sector employees at AFSCME and UNITE HERE! at administrative hearings and contract negotiations. As a woman of color, throughout college and graduate school, Afolayan fought hard for democratic values that make America and California great; for dignity and equality for workers in the workplace; and for creating a sustainable environment. She continues this legacy professionally and plans to continue this legacy as an elected delegate. As a delegate, Afolayan plans to keep her ties with her community by consistently meeting with local leaders about local and global issues affecting her constituency in order to remain effective, grounded and accountable to her community.
DUSTIN BUSS lives and works in Downtown Los Angeles as a small business consultant. He has been an active volunteer and fundraiser for numerous local, state, and national elections, including Newsom, Brown, and Obama. Dustin also serves on the Board of Directors for California YMCA Youth & Government, a program that teaches California high school students about the state government processes. He is an active community member and leader in Downtown Los Angeles and a supporter of the Ketchum Downtown YMCA and the Grand Performances concert series. Dustin is excited to put his leadership experience and passion for Democratic principles to work as a Delegate for AD46.
FREDY CEJA is an openly HIV positive, gay male, born and raised in Los Angeles. He has served on the California HIV/AIDS Planning Group (CHPG) and Latino Advisory Board (LAB) to the California Office of AIDS. Past professional experience includes working for the Pat Brown Institute of Public Affairs, Bienestar Human Services, and Los Angeles Universal Preschool. He currently serves as Field Deputy for California State Senator Gil Cedillo (D-22), focusing on LGBT, HIV/AIDS, Preschool and K-12 education issues. He serves as a Commissioner for the Los Angeles County HIV Commission. He also serves on the board of the Latino Equality Alliance (LEA)-advocating for Latino LGBT rights, serves on the board for The Wall Las Memorias Project, Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc., and the CSULA Alumni board. Last year, Mr. Ceja was one of the faces for the “Soy” campaign, a partnership between Univision and the Kaiser Family Foundation aimed at reducing the stigma associated with being HIV positive. Mr. Ceja received a B.A. in Political Science and a M.S. in Public Administration from CSULA.
ALIDA GARCIA is an attorney and currently works for Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa’s Office of Economic & Business Policy, primarily focused in job creation and bringing greater efficiency to our local government. Garcia was the Deputy Director of Latino Vote in California for the Obama campaign, which primarily focused on training Latinos in California and organizing trips for them into the battleground states of Nevada, Colorado and New Mexico. For the last two years Garcia volunteered for Attorney General-elect Kamala Harris as the Co-Chair of Young Professionals for Kamala Harris. She also was field director of the Southern California vote protection efforts overseeing a field program of ten counties.
AMBER MARTINEZ is nonprofit professional working & living in downtown Los Angeles, with family who own small businesses downtown & live in Boyle Heights. Martinez currently works as the National Director of Chapter Development for the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting. She remains active in the community, serving on nonprofit boards and working on various progressive candidates’ campaigns, leading the LA chapters of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and New Leaders Council, developing the next generation of progressive political entrepreneurs.
RUBEN MURILLO is a life-long resident of Boyle Heights and has been a long time active member of the Democratic Party. Mr. Murillo has had the pleasure of meeting and working on many local, state, and national candidates and issue campaigns. He studied Biology at USC and has been involved in Healthcare ever since. First as volunteer in various candidate campaigns and more directly as an affiliate leader of the Long Beach Chapter of Health Care for All—California’s only grassroots single payer movement that sponsored 2 Senate Bills (SB810 & SB840). Mr. Murillo’s issues are Health Care, Education, and the Environment.
ROBERT ST.GENIS has a diverse background of business, politics and non-profits. St.Genis has owned 2 different California based businesses over his career. He is a licensed Real Estate Agent and was practicing real estate until 2010. St.Genis successfully completed the Gay and Lesbian Leadership Institute Campaign and Candidate Training and the City of Los Angeles Ethics Training in 2009. He recently served as Campaign Manager for Mitch Ward for CA Assembly (53rd) and is currently the Development Director for Friends of Project 10—a non-profit fostering future LGBT leaders and their allies. St.Genis has volunteered on committees for United Negro College Fund, Equality California, LA Gay and Lesbian Center, AIDS Healthcare Foundation and many others. He is openly gay, married and HIV positive.
You only can vote if you are a register Democrat and live in the Assembly District
About The Democratic Party:
The Democratic Party and its members are responsible for some of our nation’s most important and impactful legislation: Social Security, Medicare, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Most recently, California Democrats played a leading role in helping President Obama pass the historic Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, ending the insurance company practice of denying coverage to children because of pre-existing conditions and lowering the cost of health care for millions of Americans.
Democrats are building a healthier future for our state and improving the quality of life for all Californians. We believe our state must make university and community college affordable for today’s working and middle-class families. We believe in rewarding hard work and expanding opportunities for all Californians in order to create stronger and healthier communities. There are more than 7.5 million registered Democrats in California – 44.49 percent of California voters. For more information visit http://www.cadem.org
Sources: 46th Assembly District & LA County Events Examiner