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Kevin Scholla is the host and creator of The Palin Update on Mama Grizzly Radio. Each week Kevin interviews a top guest, features hard hitting commentary, and provides the latest Sarah Palin news.
Kevin is also a columnist for Breitbart News. He covers Governor Palin and Breitbart Sports.
Kevin is a professional sports anchor, reporter, and announcer. He covers several pro and college teams.
You can follow Kevin on Twitter @kevinscholla
Tamara Colbert has more than 15 years of experience in public relations and production. After getting a Master’s degree in Business Management, she started her own PR/marketing consulting company, working with Fortune 500, Internet start-ups and non-profit companies providing public relations/media relations services, executive media training, re-branding, new media initiatives, product launches, and serving as a media spokesman. Tamara currently serves as the Texas Director for the Convention of States Project.
Tamara has worked in 70 countries around the world as a public relations executive, freelance news and documentary producer. This international experience has provided her with a wider, global perspective in business, news, political and community relations. This platform has led to numerous speaking engagements to women’s groups, as well as non-profit, religious and political organizations and co-hosting a radio show in 2012.
She is the proud mother of a son serving in the United States Air Force and kicks up her boots in the Dallas, Texas area with her husband and two younger children.
As Missouri Treasurer Steelman was responsible for the management of more than $19 billion in Missouri’s annual revenue and managed the investment of over $3 billion in long- and short-term investments in the state’s portfolio. She started the first terror-free investment fund in the nation that ensured that no taxpayer dollars are invested in terrorist sponsoring countries. Over 30 other states have followed her lead enacting similar policies.
As treasurer Steelman served as chairman of the state’s Higher Education Savings Board, which administers the Missouri Saving for Tuition, or MOST program and as Chairman of the Missouri Housing Development Commission. She also served as a member of the Missouri State Employee Retirement System and the Board of Fund Commissioners that oversees issuance of debt instruments by the state.
As a member of the State Senate, Steelman served as chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce and the Environment. She served as a member of the Senate Committee on Aging, Families, Mental and Public Health; a member of the Senate Committee on Education; and a member of the Senate Committee on Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight.
Previously, Steelman served as deputy director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources – Division of Geology and Land Survey. She also worked as an economist for the Department of Revenue and as an adjunct professor in economics at Lincoln University. She served as an investment broker and as the director of the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program in Rolla, a not-for-profit organization that matches children in need of attention with volunteer mentors.
Steelman holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and a Master of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Missouri – Columbia. She is married to David Steelman and is the mother of three young men – Sam, Joe, and Michael.
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