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Country Singer Imaj – Beyond Stereotypes

Country Singer Imaj

This week on Singin’ in the Rain: our conversation with the multi-talented, country singer IMAJ – darling of peace and love.

Country singer IMAJ discusses the mindful and positive intentions she’s making with her music, as well as the social constructs her work and image have broken away from.

Imaj

From Imaj’s website:

As any human being, I live for freedom.  With that life, I work through music towards a more compassionate and peaceful world in which we all can enjoy that freedom.

–IMAJ

About the “Singing’ in the Rain” podcast series: In this CLU Live! podcast series, we’ll take a look at changemakers who are “singin’ in the rain” despite difficult times—artists, innovators, and educators who are brightening the horizons, pushing past negativity with persistent positivity. Singin’ in the Rain, we hope, will challenge your thinking, downsize pessimism, and, of course, inspire you to sing and dance in your own way—despite the rain.

Claremont Lincoln University offers socially conscious master’s degree programs in organizational leadership, Public Policy human resources, healthcare administration, educational leadership, and social impact.

David Carter

David Carter

Dr. Carter is an executive trainer, professional speaker, and best-selling author. An experienced educator for several institutions, businesses, and non-profit organizations, he has also served in the United States Air Force as a combat engineer, as a Kansas police officer, and as an education technician for the National Park Service. He holds a doctorate in Higher Education and Organizational Change from Benedictine University, and currently serves as Claremont Lincoln University’s Dean of the Ethical Leadership program.

Dr. Carter has given two TEDx talks about leadership: The Lesser Seat (2015) and How Old Are You? (2016), in addition to establishing the Laurie Marie Foundation—a non-profit devoted to developing student leaders and providing scholarships. His previous work has appeared on multiple news and media outlets and, most recently, C-SPAN’s Book TV, which highlighted his 2013 bestseller, Mayday over Wichita.

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David Carter

David Carter

Dr. Carter is an executive trainer, professional speaker, and best-selling author. An experienced educator for several institutions, businesses, and non-profit organizations, he has also served in the United States Air Force as a combat engineer, as a Kansas police officer, and as an education technician for the National Park Service. He holds a doctorate in Higher Education and Organizational Change from Benedictine University, and currently serves as Claremont Lincoln University’s Dean of the Ethical Leadership program.

Dr. Carter has given two TEDx talks about leadership: The Lesser Seat (2015) and How Old Are You? (2016), in addition to establishing the Laurie Marie Foundation—a non-profit devoted to developing student leaders and providing scholarships. His previous work has appeared on multiple news and media outlets and, most recently, C-SPAN’s Book TV, which highlighted his 2013 bestseller, Mayday over Wichita.

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