Abiola Abrams is an award-winning advice columnist, transformational speaker, and certified life coach. As the Midwife for Your Inspired Life, she helps you tap into your purpose and give birth to your calling. Her specialty is inspiring Big Vision Women with soul care and sacred strategy to: look fear in the face, stop playing small, and step into greatness. Abiola’s Hear Me Roar Process is a 9-step mind-body-spirit approach to manifesting personal power for her “spiritpreneurs.”
Abiola is the author of “The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love” and the upcoming “Sacred Bombshell Business Bible.” The Essence advice columnist also gives advice on sites like Match.com and can been seen spreading her gospel of divine feminine power on TV networks from the Discovery Channel and MTV to the BBC.
Raised in the Philadelphia area, Skip Cheatam has always been interested in media and music. His father, who is a minister, started a production company to use non-traditional means to deliver the “message”.
Skip is currently the Executive Producer and Program Director for The DL Hughley Show and host the #1 show on Fishbowl Radio Network, “Skip Cheatham’s Playground”. Skip is formally the President and host of the highly rated entertainment and video show “FLAVA TV”. He has also Hosted “Weekend Vibe” and “Live in Hollywood” two past nationally syndicated weekly television shows. Skip had the honor to fill in for the legendary Tom Joyner on The Tom Joyner Morning Show. Skip hosted the National Radio countdown show “The Hip-Hop ThrowDown” and has appeared in the movies “You Got Served”, “Steppin” and “Wash It Up”.
Skip Cheatham plans to continue his charity work with his “Dad For A Day” program, where he provides opportunities and adventures to kids who don’t have fathers in their lives.
Stephan Labossiere is a man on a mission, and that mission is to make relationships happier and more fulfilling.
As a certified relationship coach, a speaker and author, Stephan seizes every opportunity to help both men and women overcome the challenges that hinder their relationships. From understanding the opposite sex, to navigating the paths and avoiding the pitfalls of relationships and self growth, Stephan’s relationship advice and insight helps countless individuals achieve an authentically amazing life. Stephan empowers millions to take charge of the difficult situations standing in the way of the life and love they seek and to make impactful changes on a daily basis.
Seen, heard and chronicled in national and international media outlets including; the Tom Joyner Morning Show, The Examiner, ABC, GQ, and Huffington Post Live, to name a few. Stephan is highly sought-after because he is able to dispel the myths of relationship breakdowns and obstacles–platonic, romantic, and otherwise—with fervor and finesse. To coin a phrase by an individual who attended one of his speaking engagements, “he’s definitely the relationship guy, all relationships all the time.”
In the tradition of comedians who have made the transition from the stage to the screen, such as Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy and many others, the multi-talented Guy Torry has made the leap stand-up to actor with great success. Guy Torry moved to Los Angeles, CA to join his two older brothers, famed comedian/actor Joe Torry, and now Retired US Army Lt. Colonel Ramon Torry, in 1992. He originally moved to Southern California to finish his education in pursing a degree in marketing. After moving there and being inspired by HBO’s Russell Simmons Def Comedy Jam, and his brother Joe, Guy decided, that’s the career path he should take.
Guy started hitting the comedy pavement, performing at comedy clubs in Los Angeles, sometimes going up 3 or 4 times a night while taking on odd marketing jobs, some work as an “extra” in music video’s, sitcoms, and films as well as a Production Assistant on the hit sitcom “MARTIN”. Staying focused and dedicated to stand up, Guy won his first comedy competition while competing with seasoned pros after only six months of doing comedy.
Steven James Dixon is a husband, father, relationship expert and author of two books “Men Don’t Heal, We Ho – A Book About the Emotional Instability of Men” and this Spring’s hottest book release “Love Capacity.” These books are surefire conversation starters. Since the release of Steven’s first book he has toured the country spreading his positive message and challenging men to heal from broken relationships.When asked what sets him apart from other relationship experts Steven had this to say, “I have developed a principle that will save all marriages. That principle is that the success or failure of all marriages is based solely upon the leadership of men.” While some say that Steven’s message and principle are controversial, media outlets across the country have not been shy about sharing it with viewers and listeners. Steven has answered relationship questions live on television with CNN (National), WGN (Chicago/National), CBS News (Dallas), Fox News (Houston), UPN (Chicago) and CW (Atlanta). Steven has Co-Hosted Nationally Syndicated Radio with The Doug Banks Show in addition to radio interviews all across the country including Tom Joyner (National), Michael Baisden (National), Rickey Smiley (National), Sirius Satellite Radio (Shade 45 – National), HOT 97 (NY), KJLH (LA), WGCI (Chicago), V103 (Atlanta), 97.9 (Houston), K104 (Dallas) and on and on. Book reviews for “Men Don’t Heal, We Ho” have been in countless newspapers across the country! Steven has developed a global appeal, being published and broadcasted in locations as far as the United Kingdom and the Caribbean. Steven has been a weekly contributor for Essence.com and HelloBeautiful.com and has been featured in JET Magazine. You can find Steven weekly on his blog “The Relationship Report” www.StevenJamesDixon.com. With over 100 relationship articles written in the past year Steven has cultivated a worldwide following in North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa. Steven is all over the relationship landscape, but if you were to ask him what his favorite thing to do is, his response would be “Sitting in a room with a man and woman saving their marriage.”