Archive | April 9, 2010

Motherhood Incorporated proudly presents Military Mom Talk Radio

Military Mom Talk Radio

Military Mom Talk Radio

Motherhood Incorporated proudly presents Military Mom Talk Radio airing on live stream at and available for free at


Military Mom Talk Radio  provides a powerful platform for women to discuss their ideas, issues, and concerns with respect to the military lifestyle. Military Mom Talk Radio encourages women to share their experiences of being a military wife and mother.

This show educates military families on the resources that are available in both the public and private sector and shares helpful information from women around the world.

 Topics range from helping a family member cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, navigating government programs, dealing with family issues, to the struggles of deployment along with being a working mother both in and out of the home. Military Mom Talk Radio is found at

Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Tina Gonzalez and Sandra Beck, owner of Motherhood Incorporated and can be downloaded free from Itunes as well as live stream through its sponsor Toginet Christian Radio.

Military Mom Talk Radio airs Mondays at 2pm Pacific and 5 pm Eastern Standard time starting April 12, 2010. Check it out at and live stream at

Sandra Beck of Motherhood Incorporated to co-host Military Mom Talk Radio on Toginet

Sandra Beck Military Mom Talk Radio

Sandra Beck Military Mom Talk Radio

Sandra Beck recently agreed to host Military Mom Talk Radio on Toginet Network.  The Show airs Monday, April 12 at 2pm PST.  It can be live streamed at or downloaded from

Sandra Beck created the company Motherhood Incorporated to give mothers like herself around the world the opportunity to work from home while raising their children while working in the tech fields.   At 165 strong, Motherhood Incorporated conducts internet research, executes social media campaigns, reads and writes for the literary industry along with creating web sites and web strategies for both large and small businesses.

Author of Motherhood Incorporated, The Smart Woman’s Guide to Working From Home with Just a Computer and an Internet Connection and Blogphoria – How To Reach Millions of People without Spending a Dime, Sandra Beck is a powerful voice in the Social Media Arena as a popular Internet Brand Strategist.

Sandra Beck has worked with the United States Marine Corps for over 20 years, providing entertainment for troops in the US,  Iraq, Japan and Afghanistan. Her company has handled numerous military clients and both fully support the Toys for Tots campaign raising over 15,000 toys.

Sandra Beck is the single mother of two active boys, ages 3 and 6. She resides in Los Angeles, California with her four rescued dogs.  

Military Mom Talk Radio and Motherhood Incorporated Proudly Presents Guest Ollie Smith, NACCRRA Executive Deputy Director

Military Mom Talk Radio

Military Mom Talk Radio

Ollie Smith,

NACCRRA Executive Deputy Director

 As the Executive Deputy Director, Ms. Smith oversees three of NACCRRA’s divisions: National Programs; Policy, Public Affairs & Evaluation; and Organizational Advancement.  She is directly responsible for strategic planning, organizational development, program development, and division operations.  She also participates in the establishment of programs, policies and legislative agendas that seek to improve child care across the nation. 

Ms. Smith joined NACCRRA in October 2003 as the Director of Operations.  Prior to joining NACCRRA, Ms. Smith worked more than 30 years with the Department of Defense (DoD).   She spent 20 years designing and developing automated logistics systems for the United States Navy and has 10 years of experience in military family support.   Ms. Smith also has experience as a DoD contracting officer. 

Ms. Smith holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from National- Louis University. She can be heard on Military Mom Talk Radio on Monday, April 12 at 2pm pst on or downloaded directly from Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck and Tina Gonzalez and powered by