ORLANDO — Vanessa Echols, a broadcast journalist who recently retired as anchor of Channel 6 Eyewitness News will join Central Florida Business Leader John Crossman Saturday, Sept. 17, at 1:05 p.m. on The Crossman Conversation.
The Crossman Conversation provides a platform for activists trying to make a difference in their communities and to share personal experiences.
Throughout her career, Echols always found time to serve her community by speaking at churches and schools and volunteering with a number of organizations including UNCF and Serve Foundation – a Central Florida homeless outreach organization. She founded Compassionate Hands & Hearts, providing breast cancer outreach to those diagnosed and needing assistance. A breast cancer survivor herself, Echols was Honorary Chairman for Susan G. Komen Central Florida Race for the Cure.
Crossman said Rollins College President Grant Cornwell, Archbishop Allen Wiggins of The Hope Church of Orlando and Dean Diedre A. Keller of Florida A&M University College of Law are among a long list of educational, political and religious leaders who will join him the rest of this year on his weekly radio show.
The Shepherd Radio is available on three stations, each part of the MARC Radio group. 1270 AM – WIWA in Orlando which covers the entire Central Florida area. In the Ocala/Villages area, The Shepherd is heard on 103.5 FM and 720 AM, while Gainesville listeners can hear the broadcast on 96.3 FM or 1430 AM.
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For more information on The Crossman Conversation contact
John Crossman, CEO, Crossman Career Builders / Crossmarc Services, 407-341-3895 email@example.com
Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications Inc. 407-461-3781 or firstname.lastname@example.org