Press Club Radio Show with Sue Lowden and Dr. Cortney Warren

The Las Vegas International Press Club Radio Show on May 30 has two important Las Vegas residents, along with our regular guest Shad Meshad, founder of the National Veterans Foundation.

The Press Club Radio Show is on every Friday at 4:00pm on KLAV1230 AM and also streams live here. Hosts Frank Spady and Leonard C. Wright make for riveting listening and keep you tuned in about what is happening in Las Vegas and the world.

Sue Lowden, Candidate for Nevada Lieutenant Governor

Sue Lowden, candidate for Nevada Lieutenant Governor, will talk about her platform and her support of the military. Sue visited the troops in Vietnam with Bob Hope and has always been a big supporter of veterans and the military.

Sue is a longtime Nevada resident, award winning news reporter, anchorwoman, philanthropist, and businesswoman. She has served as Chairman of the Nevada Republican Party and was a Nevada State Senator.

Press Club Radio Show Guest Dr. Cortney S. Warren

Our other guest is Dr. Cortney S. Warren, licensed psychologist. Cortney received tenure at UNLV and recently resigned to spend time with her family and pursue speaking engagements and consultations. Her website ChooseHonesty.com is about self-deception and how we lie to ourselves.

Cortney was a recent speaker at TEDxUNLV and is the author of the book “Lies We Tell Ourselves: The Psychology of Self-Deception.” Her professional affiliations include:

  • American Psychological Association
  • Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
  • Eating Disorder Research Society
  • National Eating Disorder Association
  • Academy for Eating Disorders
  • American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program

Shad Meshad, Founder of the National Veterans Foundation

Our regular guest, Shad Meshad, rounds out the show every week with his insight on what is happening in the world of our Veterans. Shad’s tireless work with veterans has helped many vets and their families. Take the time and donate what you can to the National Veterans Foundation. The Veterans need your help.

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