Jacquie Jordan is joined by Austin Steinbart with a vision for America, off the heels of the Vanity Fair article.
Jacquie Jordan is joined by Dina Cerchione, a Hollywood Stylist. Jacquie and Dina discuss how Page Six picked up Dina Cerchione’s thoughts on dressing the models on Deal or No Deal alongside the recent comments made by Meghan Markle, what it’s like being a Hollywood Stylist, and some Hollywood fashion secrets on why the stars always look their best.
Jacquie Jordan is joined by Juliet Dee, Associate Professor of Communication. Jacquie and Juliet discuss various ways that privacy thought has evolved with technology, teaching critical race theory, the January 6th, ’21 riot, defamation laws & entertainment, and lawsuits & protests during the Covid lockdowns.
Jacquie Jordan is joined by Tameem Saied, a business mentor from the Chennai Area, India, to discuss the next six months of the collective astrological transit as it impacts the USA & World Events.
Front & Center: Leslie Marcus, Investigative Journalist/CBS’s The Doctors Deep Dives into Journalism
Jacquie Jordan is joined by Leslie Marcus. Leslie shares how and why some stories stick with an audience and why some don’t, the importance of reading the comments sections of social media, and how Leslie began doing deep dives into Investigative Journalism as a Producer of The Doctors.
Jacquie Jordan is joined by Wendell Wilkie Gunn, the first African American student to enroll and graduate from the University of North Alabama in 1965 (then Florence State College) in Florence, Alabama. Jacquie and Wendell discuss the racial tension in the South in the 1960s, his enrolling experience at the University of North Alabama, his time working in the White House under President Reagan and more.
Jacquie Jordan is joined by domestic violence advocate Tara Reade. Jacquie and Tara discuss the #freebritney movement and what it means for other women, Cosby’s release and the impact on the victims, what is happening in NYC/Cuomo and so much more.
Jacquie Jordan is joined by Chris Eggleston, entrepreneur and founder of Global Innovation Now. Jacquie and Chris share the love of Memphis, Tennessee and it’s famous music scene and famous eating locations. They discuss the importance that Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman played in the Film Industry and to many African Americans and Chris’ own Hollywood stories.
Jacquie Jordan is joined by Seth Rippetoe who turned 18 in the year of Covid-19. Seth shares with Jacquie his Gen Z perspective on attending school virtually, first time voting and wearing a mask.
Jacquie Jordan is joined by Tara Sutphen, Two-time Grammy Award nominee and the co-founder of Valley of the Sun Publishing. She is also the original owner of the Malibu Shaman Bookstore.