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  • What People Are Saying About Military Mom Talk Radio

    "Buck Stienke and I were honored to be on Military Moms Talk Radio show last week. Wow! What a dedicated bunch of wonderful (and witty) ladies. We're proud to be a part of and associated with a group like Military Moms in support of and dedicated to our armed forces, both past and present. Oorah!" - Ken Farmer and Buck Stienke Co-Authors of the Black Eagle Force series. "Appearing on Military Mom Talk Radio was a fantastic experience. Sandra and her team were wonderful to work with. Programs such as this one are so important because they cut through the hype and sensationalism and offer real military families a chance to address the general public about the realities of military life. All too often, the media focus is on the hardships of military life, so it's refreshing to have an outlet like Military Mom Talk Radio where guests can share not only the challenges of military life, but also the rewards. Less than one percent of our citizens serve in the Armed Forces. Understandably, there's a huge military/civilian divide. With our country involved in two wars, we can all benefit from more programming featuring the stories of real military families." - Andi Hurley
  • Carolyn Blashek of Operation Gratitude

    Military families are our nation's treasure. Yet, spread around the world, they are not always aware of the great support they have here at home. One of the best ways Military families can learn about organizations such as Operation Gratitude is through radio shows like Military Mom Talk Radio that are available on Itunes and the Internet. Military Mom Radio is a great resource that can be downloaded anywhere and anytime, enabling our military to know they are appreciated and providing the civilian community opportunities to get involved in great causes.
  • Her War Voice & Melissa Seligman about Military Mom Talk Radio

    I have never felt more welcomed than with Sandra Beck and Military Mom Talk Radio. Military Mom Talk Radio is dedicated to supporting and uplifting our military community. All the best resources, all the best topics, and all the dedication, passion and support can be found here--with Sandra Beck and Military Mom Talk Radio. Melissa Seligman Author and co-founder of herwarhervoice.com
  • Debbie Gregory of Military Connection.com

    Military Mom Talk Radio is a unique combination of seasoned interviewer Sandra Beck with military wives Robin Boyd and Tina Gonzalez. They bring new, exciting, innovative topics to the internet providing a downloadable broadcast through Itunes for our families stationed around the globe. To have these shows packed with vital information and cutting edge web resources for military families available 24-7 for our families is a vital resource and should not be missed. Debbie Gregory Founder/ MilitaryConnection.com
  • What Our Listeners Have to Say:

    "Military Mom Talk Radio is a fantastic “One Stop Shop” of information on subjects particularly focused on Military Mom's. Sandra Beck and Tina Gonzalez have created a “kitchen table” atmosphere that invites women to learn and share important information that supports themselves as well as their military spouses and family members. This forum a super idea as women love to talk so talk radio is a natural!! Their guests cover a wide range of topics and expertise, all focused on Military Families." More..
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    Military Mom Talk Radio is THE objective resource for all military Moms (and dads) that want to know how to best handle the unique needs of military families. They have some of the most relevant guests and their genuine concern for the hard-working military families who give so much to our country is abundantly evident in each and every show. Michael J. Russer, Managing Director GoArmyHomes, LLC
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Military Mom Talk Radio Welcomes Erin Ferucci and Dr. Silene Young – Aug. 30

Erin Ferucci, Life Style Designer, Interior design expert, Military Mom Talk Radio, Motherhood Incorporated, Sandra BeckCelebrity Life Style Designer Erin Ferucci is the definitive expert at creating and designing a beautiful home environment that features clean lines, urban organic chic and comfort infused luxury. Her work showcases a myriad of global influences from a host of selective vendors that have taken her years to acquire. As a fourth generation interior designer Erin has performed luxurious lifestyle makeovers for Hollywood’s elite and privileged, designing yachts, private jet interiors, spas, luxury homes, and exclusive hospitality destinations. Now she is sharing her design secrets for all the world to read!

Dr. Young spent her early career working for a marketing consulting firm that conducted market research and developed strategic marketing plans for companies in a wide range of industries.  She worked her way up to a Senior Consultant position and then returned to school to complete her DVM degree at The Ohio State University.  After graduation, Dr. Young worked full-time as an emergency clinician in a 24-hour veterinary hospital in Ohio while designing and building a companion animal practice.  She later sold the practice and moved to Washington and then to California where she continued to practice companion animal emergency medicine full time.  In 2004, Dr. Young left full-time practice and took a position as Sr. Technical Services Veterinarian for Bayer Animal Health, covering the west coast region.  In 2007, she was promoted to Manager of Special Projects within the Veterinary Services department and moved to Kansas City to work at Bayer’s US Animal Health headquarters.  She then moved into a Product Manager role in the Marketing department. Military Mom Talk Radio, Silene Young, Dr. Young,

In 2010, Dr.Young left Bayer Animal Health and moved back to California for the opportunity to work as the Director of Professional Services for Veterinary Pet Insurance. Dr. Young is on the Board of Directors for the AACPPV (American Association of Corporate and Public Practicing Veterinarians), has served as a Board member for the Wild West Veterinary Conference and the Kansas State Animal Response Team, is a previous member of the California Veterinary Medical Association Legislative and Allied Industry Committees and while a veterinary student, served as the Ohio State Student AVMA chapter President and the National Student AVMA Treasurer. 

In addition, she is an Ambassador and National Selection Committee member for the World of Children (www.worldofchildren.org).

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on www.toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com .  Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck and Tina Gonzalez and powered by Motherhood Incorporated

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