Lebanese-born Ray Nadda moved to the U.S. for college, stayed, and became a U.S. citizen. He worked in corporate America for two decades before learning he was better off calling his own shots. The owner of Wash 'n Wags pet grooming salons shares his thoughts about work, culture, and being a transplant. 

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“My time spent with the Feel Like You Belong show was not only fun and engaging, but also important. The topics that were covered are really close to my heart, and the message that they bring to the world is absolutely essential.”

– Richard Blanco, Inaugural Poet, Obama 2nd Inauguration (photo credit: ew.com)

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About Alan

Alan Headbloom is an applied linguist who works with international professionals across a variety of industries.

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Stay tuned for Cha-Cha's show!

Stay tuned for Cha-Cha's show!

Feel Like You Belong welcomes José "Cha-Cha" Jimenez, founder of the Young Lords of Lincoln Park.

Stay tuned for our upcoming broadcast where we tell his story of human rights activism that changed an entire city.

See more episodes here and on YouTube!