As the host of SiriusXM’s most highly-rated real estate talk show “The Jennifer Hammond Show,” Jennifer Hammond gets great fulfillment from using her knowledge and experience in the field of real estate investing to help her listeners understand the fundamentals of the world of real estate.
For Jennifer, there’s no satisfaction like knowing the important role she can play in finding people the best home. As Jennifer says: “I will never forget the bright sunny day when I handed my first client the keys to his house and he had tears of joy in his eyes. That was the day, I was truly sold on real estate!”
A real estate expert licensed in Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC, Jennifer uses her twenty-plus years of real estate experience to help her clients and listeners truly understand the real estate process. She’s also been a featured guest on other radio shows such as the Armstrong Williams Show and the Karen Hunter Show and TV shows such as HGTV’s Flipping Boston, where her frank real estate advice is widely appreciated and respected.
In fact, Jennifer has brought Veterans issues to light while interviewing Seven Congressman on Capitol Hill for the Veterans Legislative Forum and Veterans Homelessness Forum and the Military Family Housing forum for Special Radio shows at SiriusXM.
In addition to her real estate and radio broadcasting work, Jennifer is a philanthropist with a huge heart. Always ready to tackle serious issues, Jennifer makes it a passion of hers to support her community and make a difference in the lives of others.
Danny Hughes is one of the most sought after and in-demand strategic business advisors; consulting, coaching and guiding numerous founders, CEO’s, business owners and start-up entrepreneurs to improve sales messaging and processes, develop channels and partnerships, implement technologies and solutions to build target lists, and integrate with search and social client acquisition initiatives, all to accelerate revenue and drive growth.
In 2003, he co-founded Broadlook Technologies and in the span of a decade, tens of thousands of global users recognized Broadlook as an innovation leader in real-time data crawling, parsing and aggregation to power leading recruiting and HR, B2B sales and marketing, and data service operations.
Today, Dan is active on boards of non-profit endeavors and directs his active consulting practice towards social entrepreneurship; helping our Military Veterans identify the resources they need to transition after service, healthcare professionals learning the life and business skills they need to succeed in their career in medicine, along with coaching small business owners and operator in building a smart, competitive and sustainable business.
In addition to his board work with A Hero Foundation and HireAHero.org since 2010, and the co-creation of this Veteran Resource Guide, he is working on a book about the lessons learned throughout his life, Division 1 collegiate athletics and journey as a business professional and entrepreneur while being so severely hearing impaired, the doctors recommended the school for the deaf when he was a child.
You can learn more at www.dannyhughes.me or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Barr is the Executive Director for the A Hero Foundation, co-founder of Hire A Hero and has worked with transitioning military for over 13 years.
Rob started his career working for Diamond Blade Warehouse (DBW) as the Sales Support Manager where he gained exorbitant knowledge of the construction industry. Outside of supporting sales Rob was in integral part of helping DBW transition from a paper system to modern day technology which helped build business processing for sales, credit and accounting departments which are still in use today.
Today and A Hero Foundation is working to build a one stop community to help veterans and their families, find the best resources to help them through transition and building more programs such as Staff A Hero and Educate A Hero to fill in gaps to what is currently offered to our heroes.
In his personal life Rob enjoys life with family and has also had some success as a singer songwriter. As his popularity has grown, Rob decided to use his music to help the programs he worked with, recently his song “Isle 6”. Instead of asking for money, Rob felt it would be best to donate all proceeds from his song towards other veteran programs alongside A Hero Foundation.
Rob Hopes to someday create a record label that would help undiscovered talent connect with non-profits to help market their music for a cause. To listen to Rob’s music, just do a search for Rob Barr with-in Itunes, Spotify or music hub of your choice.
Rob has a bachelor’s degree in social work from Illinois State University and currently resides in Moraga, California with his wife and two children. In his spare time Rob likes to play guitar, sing and write music and from time to time you will see him playing a show or two in the San Francisco bay area.