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If only being called a "nobody" stopped the now Award-Winning Entrepreneur, CEO, Investor, Humanitarian, Speaker and Author, Velma Trayham. Velma’s story of transformation, passion, focus, drive, determination and purpose, that relates to all individuals, leaving her with the ability to connect with others based on her real-life experiences. As you listen to Velma, you will experience the depths of a woman who has overcome many obstacles to get to where she is today. Now, the CEO of a…Continue
Added by VELMA TRAYHAM on April 8, 2018 at 4:21pm — No Comments
All-Star Comedy Lineup Welcomes Football Fans to Houston, Laughing All the Way up Until the Big Game!
HOUSTON, Texas – Texas Southern University announced today that it will host the 2017 “Super Comedy Bowl Explosion" on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at the HP&E Arena (3100 Cleburne St, Houston, TX 77004). More than 8,000 are expected to attend the show, which…Continue
Added by VELMA TRAYHAM on December 26, 2016 at 11:30am — No Comments
Public Relations, Event Management and Business Consulting Leader Sets Sights on Atlanta’s Faith-Based Market and Growing Community of Startups
ATLANTA, Ga. – ThinkZILLA Consulting, a fast-growing public relations, corporate event management and business consulting firm headquartered in Houston, announced today its expansion with the opening of a new Atlanta office. Led by founder and chief executive officer Velma Trayham, the company aims to help…Continue
Added by VELMA TRAYHAM on June 5, 2016 at 9:05pm — No Comments
I remember hearing about the Ebola virus as a child. We even made immature jokes about people coughing in class ongoing in some West African countries. “The epidemic began in Guinea in December 2013.” (Wikipedia) The virus then spread to Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Senegal, United States and Spain. What was formally thought to be just a…Continue
Added by VELMA TRAYHAM on October 10, 2014 at 1:30am — No Comments
Was being brown Michael Browns problem?
It was a warn sunny day in July of 1999. The city was Fort Wayne, a medium sized town in the northeastern corner of Indiana. My mother saw me off and wished me well, as I drove due east to visit a college in an effort to ascertain a basketball scholarship. Paying for college was not even an option. If it were not for this great nation, and it’s commitment to higher education, I would have never…Continue