Hosts: Keesha Rivers, Regina Littles, Tracey Harris
Keesha is known for her big heart for the community and acts as an advocate to help stop violence against young adults by sharing her past experiences in hopes of making a difference. With that, she attended all rallies held in Sanford, FL for the late Trayvon Martin and had the pleasure of meeting Martin Luther King III, Bernice King, Roland Martin and Rev. Jessie Jackson during her outreach journey.
Never has there been such a powerhouse, so on target with consumer credit score predictions. Fox 35 News recently interviewed Regina Littles for sound financial advice and how to rebuild credit. Littles may be the first African American woman to tackle credit literacy and empower communities, one credit score at a time. Celebrated as “The Hardest Working Woman in Credit”, Regina Littles is regarded as the authority on consumer economics and finance.
Fla’Vore-Aide Radio welcomes Tracey Harris aka (Stella James), to the family. Born and raised in Philadelphia Pa, Tracey is not new to the public platform, working with up and coming music artists as a song writer and in the field of artist development. Also performing in plays such as “Motown to the Boogie down” and “Loves cries” she has graced stages from Philadelphia to New York. We are excited she has agreed to be part of a great team, this is a new phase in life for her but she is determined to be a voice on the air waves.