Debbie Matenopoulos, Greg Grunberg, Romany Malco, MC Lyte, Mona Scott-Young and More Keep July Rolling with an Inspiring Lineup on the Hit Show "Money Making Conversations" Hosted by Multiple EMMY® Winner Rushion McDonald
ATLANTA, July 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Multiple EMMY® winning producer, social media influencer and entrepreneur Rushion McDonald, brings together a bounty of captivating guests on his hit radio talk show "Money Making Conversations," kicking off a July lineup with business and industry trendsetters, entertainers, athletes, and more with stories of challenges and success to help anyone dealing with uncertain times, changing careers, or building their brands. With his longstanding expertise in personal brand building through an array of industries, Rushion drives a scintillating conversation each month on "Money Making Conversations," including personal marketing, launching new businesses, and financial resources, among other topics. Hosted by Rushion McDonald and produced through his multimedia company 3815 Media – "Money Making Conversations" can be heard live every Monday on Atlanta's biz1190-AM from 10AM-Noon ET, with a replay every Friday 10AM-Noon ET, and every Sunday at 4PM ET. "Money Making Conversations" can be heard on SiriusXM Channel 141 on Howard University Campus and SiriusXM Channel 142 on HBCU Campuses. The show can be downloaded on iTunes, iHeartRadio podcast, Google Play, Stitcher, SoundCloud, and seen live on the Money Making Conversations Facebook page.
Check out the incredible insights this month shared on "Money Making Conversations" with guests* expected in July to include: Four-time EMMY® nominee, host on Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family," journalist, and best-selling cookbook author ("It's All Greek to Me") Debbie Matenopoulos; actor, director, and writer Greg Grunberg ("Alias," "Heroes," "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"); actor, director, and writer Romany Malco ("Prison Logic," "Think Like a Man," "Weeds"); hip hop pioneer, speaker, Sunni Gyrl, Inc. CEO, and Hip Hop Sisters Foundation philanthropist MC Lyte; entertainment trendsetter, Monami Entertainment CEO/founder, "Love & Hip Hop" executive producer, and author ("Blurred Lines") Mona Scott-Young; history-making Olympic medalist fencer, Louella fashion entrepreneur, and author ("Proud") Ibtihaj Muhammad; multi GRAMMY®-nominated vocalist, songwriter, producer, and Mint Condition lead singer Stokley Williams; comedian and TV One's "Sister Circle" co-host Kiana Dancie; award-winning television/film composer Kurt Farquhar ("The King of Queens," "Being Mary Jane," "The Game," "Black Lightning"); Rap-a-Lot Records CEO, and author ("The Art & Science of Respect") James "J" Prince; Co-founder of Quest Nutrition, Impact Theory co-founder/CEO and host Tom Bilyeu; gospel artist Kelontae Gavin; motorcycle drag racer Dynasty Spurlock; trendsetting style entrepreneur, 5001 Flavors & Harlem Haberdashery President and CEO Sharene Wood; Monday Night Brewing craft brewery CEO Jeff Heck, COO Joel Iverson, and brand coordinator Aaron Williams; "The Feeling Friends" author and education entrepreneur Karen Cuthrell; Huntley's Sauce entrepreneur Tiffany Huntley; Lofty Bedskirts, LLC owner/designer Zina Broussard; The Media Prince, LLC CEO and journalist Langston Vincent; tax and financial expert, My Financial Home Enterprises CEO/founder, speaker, author ("Unveiling The Mask") Dr. Cozette White; and relationships and life coach Doc Mel.
A branding expert, renowned dealmaker, award-winning television and film producer, Rushion has written and produced for Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson, Mo'Nique, Gabrielle Union, Tia and Tamera Mowry, Stephen A. Smith, Jamie Foxx, and most notably he is the architect of Steve Harvey's multi-media entertainment career. Through his company 3815 Media, Rushion McDonald continues to be an expert voice and inspiring creative leader to empower generations of enterprising entrepreneurs on their paths to success, and spotlight diverse and new voices through multimedia and social platforms including "Money Making Conversations," "Rushion's Baker Spotlight," and other avenues.