Why Being Nice Will Always Be in Style

Why Being Nice Will Always Be in Style In a world where people move fast and courtesy gets pushed aside, it’s nice to know that it’s to be nice! And that organizations learn and increase profits when creating a culture of nice. Service Excellence runs in Stephanie Leese Emrich’s blood. Her passion ignites the service…

Comedy as Your Super Power

Because if we weren’t laughing, we’d be crying! Deanna and co-host Wendy Swart Grossman talk about how important humor is to make sense of the world! Comedians, authors, and teachers Aaron Freeman and Karen Bergreen join Intercultural Spark to share their stories and how that funny bone permeates everything (think Science and Law!). Highlights Science…

Creativity as the Ultimate Spark

Business owner Brianna Buford and community artist Antonia “Toni” Ruppert joined Intercultural Spark just and hour before the inauguration. We talked about how to keep the spark burning inside you and why it’s important to keep pushing forward in the face of adversity–personal or global! Brianna is the founder of Brianna Buford & Co., a…

He Said, She Said: Perspectives on Daily Living in Black and White, Lucky Church

How many levels of judgment do you experience before you even speak? Starting with a visit to the doctor’s office,  Lucky and Deanna share their honest perspectives on daily living in the US, as a Black man and a White woman. Who is Lucky Church? Lucky is a Partner/PR Director at SMF Global and Director of Client Relations at…

When Deep Breathing Isn’t Enough

Join us live for a conversation and demo with Ramona Jackson, artistically unconventional wanderlusting foodie poet tree hugging intoxicologist and founder of The Bourbon Bohemian. Ramona invites you to travel the world with her cocktail kits, full of hand made ingredients and inspired by cuisines from around the globe. (That come straight to your home in carefully…

What Happens When Your Worst Fear Happens?

On December 14, 2012, Scarlett Lewis’ worst imaginable fear happened when her six-year-old son, Jesse, was murdered during the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy. Her tragedy was literally the spark to being fearless, thinking big and out of the box, and to found the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement. Shortly before the tragedy, Jesse wrote…