James O’Brien/Pro Advocate Radio
Talk Show Host
James O’Brien is the Producer and Co-Host of 92.5 FM’s The Bear Country Sports Show, the only radio show featuring high school prep sports year round in the metropolitan Atlanta area.
James began with 92.5 FM The Bear by co-hosting Hometown Radio and producing shows which focused on areas of state-wide interest with Georgia authors, the Georgia film making industry and local non-profits.
Some of his most memorable interviews include the legendary Vince Dooley, former Georgia Bulldogs football coach and athletic director, Jim Fowler from Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom and Hunter Strickland with the world championship San Francisco Giants.
James, a native Georgian, and long time girls’ softball coach, is the proud father of three daughters and a grandson.
In addition to his role with 92.5 FM The Bear, James hosts (the newly launched) Pro Advocate Radio’s weekly show with My Advocacy Center’s Executive Director, Deb Beacham.
Deb Beacham/My Advocate Center
Founder, Executive Director
Deb Beacham as Co-host of Pro Advocate Radio often talks about the bold moves being made to help parents understand how to better transition through & out of conflict, meaning we help reduce stress for children, and preserve family time & resources for their benefit. This includes engaging professionals who are true advocates who will step up in legal, financial and in healthcare matters and insert common sense to help the family reach the best possible outcome.
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MAC’s purpose in contributing to agencies & other organizations is to improve the divorce/child custody process in a way that leaves our communities stronger & better able to support the needs of children. We now have opportunities to lessen the impact of family violence, addiction & other dysfunction, while putting our financial resources to better use.
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