The Guam Young Professionals jump on the podcast and we discuss their group and their vision for the future of all young professionals on the island.
The guys from The Guam Massive Sound jump on the podcast to talk about music, community, and giving back through the love for arts and the community.
Joan Awa joins the podcast to share her experiences and her new children's book that was crowdfunded and she's donating to schools and libraries around Guam and the Marianas. Awesome Cause! Check it out!
Michelle Pier joins me on the podcast and talk about art culture in Guam and it's potential to become something more.
Sean Pangelinan is a former Olympian, professional paddler, professional stand-up paddler and currently owns a fitness studio in San Diego called, The FitLab. His depth of knowledge on health and fitness with it's ties to science is incredible. Check it out!!
Jojo Santo Tomas, longtime writer and journalist in Guam, chats it up with the podcast to discuss his long career as a writer.
Dr. Michael Bevacqua, a professor at the University of Guam, shares some insight on his views of language, identity, culture, and more!
Moving and Shaking?! More like a Table Talk! The Muna Bros., pioneers of the film culture, invites the podcast to Tapanade for an over the top episode about film, art, and culture!
Mariana's MMA Fighter, Frank "The Crank" Camacho, joins us in the studio to talk about his career that started at a young age, his decision to pursue a journey at that age, and how it has helped him grow as a person. Listen for his vision to unite the Marianas and what it takes to achieve such a feat.
At the center of higher education in the Marianas, the Master Random boys chat with James Viernes, a professor at the University of Guam, about his decision to pursue cultural studies in Hawaii and his familial ties that has driven him to have in-depth knowledge of the lost village of Sumay. Tune in for more!!
The Master Random Boys take a trip down to the beautiful village of Santa Rita to catch retired Colonel Christine Unpingco Martinson for a sit down before she departs back to the East Coast. She is the daughter of the late Speaker Tony Unpingco from the Guam Legistlature and a very accomplished woman from Guam. She shares with the boys her experiences as a woman in the military as well as her journey to achieve the rank of a Colonel. As a product of the Guam public school system, Col. Martinson (Aunite Chris to the MR Boys) has definitely moved and shaken the military world through her exemplary service while becoming one of the highest ranking minority woman in the United States Army.
Launching the podcast's Movers and Shakers Series, we have the opportunity of talking it up with the 2014 Reina A. Leddy Guam Young Proffesional of the Year, Regine Biscoe Lee. Find out in this episode what it took for her to get receive this pretigious award amongst Guam's professionals. This episode is one that you wanna hear!!