Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Tue April 21, 2009

On Today's Show: www.crntalk.com

CHARLA KRUPP- "How Not To Look Old"
Charla Krupp has done more than 100 style segments on The Today Show and she has appeared on Good Morning America, Oprah, The View, Dateline NBC, and has been a regular on The E! Channel and Home Shopping Network. She was beauty director of Glamour, editor of In Style, beauty editor for People's Style Watch and executive editor of Shop Etc. Magazine. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, InStyle, Glamour, Shop Etc., People, Cosmopolitan, The Chicago Tribune, USA Today, and Time.

Sue Whitney "Junk Beautiful Outdoor Edition"
Calling ALL Junkers! Sue Whitney is back with a brand-new collection of gorgeous and green decorating projects! Through her popular Web site and numerous TV appearances, the Junkmarket gals have taught legions of devotees how to beautify their homes with tossed-away treasures. In their latest junk journey, Sue Whitney and friends tastefully transform patios, porches, pools, outdoor kitchens, meditation gardens, camping retreats, and much more. Each fun-filled chapter details a wealth of style options, project how-tos, and entertaining tips and trade secrets. Sue Whitney is the founder of Junkmarket as well as the American Junk Club, an online community dedicated to junkers. She is the co-author of "Junk Beautiful". A former columnist for Country Home magazine, Sue is a pubic speaker on the US national home and garden show circuit. Kimberly Melamed is the newest addition to the Junk market family. She studied interior design at the Art Institute International.

Margaret McKenna - President Wal-Mart Foundation

Margaret A. McKenna was named President of the Wal-Mart Foundation in September of 2007. As President, Margaret is responsible for the oversight of all corporate giving for the company and manages Wal-Mart’s corporate-level relationships with philanthropic partners such as the Salvation Army, Feeding America, United Way and Children’s Miracle Network. The majority of Wal-Mart’s charitable contributions take place at the local level and Margaret is working to define the parameters for that giving as well as streamlining internal processes. In 2007, the company gave more than $296 million to support its 4,000-plus U.S.-based communities and has been recognized by the Chronicle of Philanthropy as the largest cash contributor in America. Prior to joining Wal-Mart, Margaret held noteworthy positions in both the public and non-profit sectors. Most recently, Margaret was President of Lesley University, transforming the college from a small, 2,000-student body, to a 12,000-student university with a national presence. During her 22-year tenure, the university’s endowment increased from $2 million to more than $90 million, making it one of the premier teacher training universities in America. Before her appointment at Lesley, Margaret served as Director of the Bunting Institute and Vice President at Radcliffe College. She has also held several government positions, including Coordinator of the Task Force on Higher Education for the Clinton/Gore Presidential Transition Committee, and White House Deputy Counsel. Currently, Margaret is also Director of Dominion Resources, Inc., the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, among others. Additionally, she is a member of the Princeton Review Advisory Board and the Democratic National Committee, Women’s Leadership Forum. Margaret – a native Bostonian – currently resides in Boston, Mass., and has two sons, David and Michael.

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