Scott Medina (aka Scottie P.) is a multifaceted musician, entrepreneur and philanthropist hailing from San Diego, CA with a background in radio, music and video production. He is produces music for HookedUpBeats.Com, a music website were music artists can buy custom instrumental beats with custom hooks (or chorus, for some). He is also the Marketing Liaison for Age Advantage Senior Care Services, a family and veteran owned and operated home care agency that consistently helps our aging population remain independent and safe in their own homes.
After graduating from Old Dominion University in 2008, he invested into his own home production studio after taking up bar-tending gigs at some of the most popular venues in the Hampton Roads area. After performing at countless venues up and down the east coast, landing a soundtrack placement for Elephant Auto Insurance Superbowl Commercial and organizing and implementing a successful series of fundraising events throughout 2013 & 2014, he found his calling through giving back. In 2015, Scott partnered with longtime colleague Bryan Wells to create a networking referral platform for professionals from all walks of life to grow personally and professionally while strengthening the community through giving back.
Young professionals work hard while always putting family first.
Greats times with Hampton Roads' 1st under forty network.
Stick to the specifics. Remove the rest.
Give before you get.
Blankets for the Homeless and The P40 Network came together this Christmas to share the warmth with the homeless.
Virginia Beach, VA – Kevin Daisey, Owner of iD Web Studios, was recently named to the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council. NSBA is the nation’s oldest small-business advocacy organization, and operates on a staunchly nonpartisan basis.
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It can be challenging to maintain a healthy routine during the holidays. Stick to your goals with these four healthy habits!
As the year ends and we prepare for the upcoming year, think about all the projects you wish you started, the people you wish you talked with, and the risks you wish you took. It’s easy to be paralyzed with fear of the unknown or not having enough money or support. But, if you have a passion or a dream, start planting the seeds now.
While most of us find security in our traditional nine to five lifestyles, this young photographer, Brent Hearn III, is living life through a different lens.