Hello all you Buzzers!
Be sure and tune in this Sunday, July 8th to the Jaki’s Buzz Radio show at 6pm at WESU FM 88.1, ( or stream online at www.wesufm.org).
This week Jaki speaks with:
Wendy Black-Nasta, founder and executive director of Artists for World Peace, and a one of a kind jewelry designer for museums, galleries, and art collectors worldwide since 1977. She founded Artists for World Peace in 2003 as a way to further international peace and unity through the arts. Black-Nasta designed the International Peace Belt, Artists for World Peace’s first major project, as a living link joining all peoples and cultures in a common bond of peace.
Miss CT 2012 Emily Audibert, crowned on June 30, 2012, Emily is 21 years old, and a student at the University of Hartford, where she is a triple-major in economics/finance, accounting, and entrepreneurial studies. Her personal platform is “Let’s Move” which was started by Michelle Obama and aims at combatting childhood obesity by promoting healthier eating habits and 60 minutes of exercise each day.
Miss Connecticut’s Outstanding Teen 2012 Jaine’ Coann LeFebvre, crowned on June 30th, Jaine’ is 16 years old and attends the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts as a full-time student finishing her sophomore year. She maintains an A-average academically while managing a rigorous schedule of vocal, dance, acting, and technical stage training. Jaine’ Coann has developed a personal volunteer platform called “Play it Safe, Play Again” where she uses a variety of ways to encourage and educate children and adults to wear their safety gear. In August, she will represent Connecticut at the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen competition in Orlando, Florida.
We encourage you to call in at (860) 685-7700 or tweet to @jakisbuzz to speak with these amazing individuals and share in the conversation.