Wendy Edwards is loved by her community of Central Virginia and the world. She is a locally published writer and nationally recognized voice over artist with nearly twenty years of experience in the communications industry. More importantly, she uses her voice to celebrate health, hope and love as an ordained Interfaith Minister on the radio and online. Something you feel should be talked about? Tell Wendy or be on her show.
I never dreamed that all the additional footnotes on my school report cards would lead to a speaking career; however, this kid who “talks too much in class” and “should refrain from entertaining” turned out to be completely thrilled at the way her life evolved.Here’s to you, Mrs. Fitzpatrick.
I may not be your “everyday Christian” but I am Christian every day. I see myself and others as Christ did: passionate people who get confused easily and can’t possibly save themselves to spare their lives. If I do my part, then all of God’s creation might be a little more acknowledged, respected and admired.
The first time I went on the radio was in the late 70′s on WBET in Brockton, MA. I was 8 years old. I called in to sell my favorite ice skates not because I wanted to be rid of my skates, but because I really REALLY wanted to be on the radio. I just couldn’t think of anything else to sell on that “community yard sale” bit.
So, I get a little excited about things. I like everything from altruism to back rubs – from biology to parenting! Nature, love, high thread counts, theme parties…gah! It’s safe to say I love just about EVERYTHING. Check out my Pinterest page or read my blog and share my “Cake of the Day.”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. held a vision of America that included an imagined time when boys and girls of any skin color, creed or culture could hold hands as friends. Andrea Copeland, founder of Positive Channels (television production company using the power of media for good); Director of Member Education Services for the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce; and Charlottesville native reflects on how close we’ve come, as a community and country, to MLK’s dream. Click to listen!