In his youth in Mexico, Dante Villarreal began his riding career on the humble donkeys of his grandfather.  Decades later, this Michigan business consultant raises and rides "the Cadillac of horses" in the Americas: the elegant Paso Fino.  Join us in the studio to hear how opportunity and hard work transformed the life of one migrant farm family from Tamaulipas, Mexico.

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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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The Power of Knowing Who You Are

The Power of Knowing Who You Are

Reouhidi Ndjerareou has an imposing name and a matching vision for leadership across the continent of his native Africa.  Catch the story of this itinerant son of a preacher man as he navigates the tricky issues of geography and ethnic identity.  Caught between the U.S. and Chad, Reouhidi shares with us his views on colonialism, cross-cultural relationships, and national empowerment.  Be ready to be inspired.