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November 24th Episode of The Round Table Talk Show

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Today’s guests are:

1.) Ashli Haynes

Ashli Haynes is an actress and writer, known for Twenties (2020), You’re the Worst (2014) and This Is Us (2016).

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2.) Chima Ezeilo

Chima is an architect, art promoter, writer, film and documentary maker. Her focus is on giving a voice to the voiceless and She has always felt her calling was to give back. She came up with the idea for FunDonor a few years ago whilst on safari in Malawi. She witnessed a failed charity school project – funding was squandered and the project abandoned. Shocked and saddened, the experience provided inspiration for a way to make charities more accountable and engage young people in giving back.

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3.) Michelle Jewsbury

Michelle Jewsbury is an international philanthropist, speaker, author, and coach who has traveled the world as an advocate for the less fortunate. In August 2016, Michelle focused her efforts on ending domestic violence. Her desire to help victims of domestic abuse came from personal experience in such a relationship. In July 2017, Michelle founded Unsilenced Voices, a 501(c)3 nonprofit focused on inspiring change in communities around the globe by encouraging victims to break free and survivors to speak up about domestic violence and sexual assault. She has since completed and published her personal memoir…

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4.) Holly Corbella

She is the CEO & Founder of Parties by bellas a Lifestyle company. In home and online pop up stores. The do larger events as well.

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5.) Doug Noll

When you face angry business partners, disgruntled JV investors, unhappy subordinates, or out-of-control clients and customers, you can gain a huge competitive advantage. If you are ready to stop the drama and turn difficult relationships into profit, Doug can help you. He left a successful career as a trial lawyer to become a peacemaker. His calling is to serve humanity, and he executes his calling at many levels. He is an award-winning author, teacher, professor, and trainer. Doug’s work carries him from international work to training life inmates to be peacemakers in their prison communities, to helping people resolve deep interpersonal and ideological conflicts

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