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The holiday season can be a tough time of year for alcoholics and other addicts, and now there is a great new resource available to help them stay sober. Blaine, Minn., resident Amber Leone Murphy's new book, Can't Keep A Sober Girl Down, was just featured in the ABC Newspapers article, Area Resident Publishes Book, has words to help recovering addicts.
Murphy has been sober for more than 12 years, and is hoping the words of wisdom in her book will help others find the road to recovery too. More information is available at www.cantkeepasobergirldown.com.
A very successful media campaign is underway for Jennifer Radke, CEO of the National Institute for Social Media (NISM).
On Dec. 19, she was interviewed on WBZ-AM Boston, and later in the day was featured in a news story on KARE TV's 6:30 p.m. newscast, where she shared her expertise regarding Facebook's practices.
The segment came about as a direct result of Radke's appearance on KARE-TV's 4 p.m. newscast the day before. She had been invited on the show to discuss the significant changes in people’s behavior this time of year that are directly related to social media, and while in the green room waiting to go on air met a reporter who happened to be working on a story about social media.
In addition to having a leadership role at NISM, Jennifer Radke is an instructor and NISM-certified Social Media Strategist (SMS) herself. She has also worked extensively on the company’s new training offerings, including the new anthology, Stories from the Social Side: Advice from Marketing Professionals to Marketing Professionals. Learn more about the National Institute for Social Media at www.nismonline.org.
A big day for 6th grader, Minnesotan Sanya Pirani. Not only did she get to distribute some of the 500 gift bags she and her friends hand-sewed that were filled with school supplies and toys for needy children, she appeared on two Twin Cities television stations.
KSTP-ABC and WCCO-CBS covered her event at Sharing and Caring Hands in Minneapolis on Dec. 19. 12-year-old Sanya is the founder of “Sanya’s Hope for Children, a nonprofit that supports local and global impoverished children. Learn more about the work they do at www.sanyashopeforchildren.org.