|By PR Newswire||
|August 8, 2014 05:01 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As the daughter of legendary singer and song writer, Ray Charles, Robyn LaJoya Charles has always been around music and can vividly remember singing songs such as Whitney Houston's "Greatest Love of All" and Mariah Carey's "Love Takes Times". Through Robyn's life, her father encouraged her to go to college and to stay away from the music industry; however, her passion was always in music. His inspiration in other ways has motivated her to go out and explore her musical passions, sparking creativity. As a strong and independent woman, Robyn has dedicated herself to the music industry as well as the Women's Radio Network, WRNW1.
Robyn has teamed up with the WRNW1 to support women. WRNW1 is a global networking community for women professionals and entrepreneurs, assisting women in educating and promotion through online radio shows, online seminars, and special live events. WRNW1 gives Robyn Charles the platform to express and exhibit her support for her biggest influence... women. Robyn says "the women of WRNW1 are all unique and impressively powerful in their own right," making it rewarding to be working with all of her guests. By being out in the public eye, Robyn encourages women to be a part of the WRNW1. Robyn views this as "an opportunity to have a platform to express my views and to help women build a network of their own."
On WRNW1, Robyn works with famous hosts including Lisa Singer; known as an award-winning journalist who has worked on A&E, E!, and Court TV, appeared on many more television stations, as well as previously working on the red carpet. KC Armstrong; made famous from the infamous Howard Stern Show. Dr. Joyce Buckner, a famous relationship doctor with multiple guest appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Ms. Charles explains that by working with WRNW1 she has gained more credibility, giving her an opportunity to expand the ability to expose her own work throughout the listener base of the online radio station. She finds that her own career has expanded since signing up with WRNW1.
Be sure to check back on September 23, 2014, for a live debut of Robyn's song, "Let's Talk About It". Robyn expresses to listeners the struggle of overcoming the love she has for a man. From the standpoint of many women who are challenged to find love, Robyn shares her journey to win the man she loves, allowing others to empathize with her.
As women gather together and empower the minds of women all over the world, Robyn LaJoya Charles is a voice of encouragement and leadership for women. Be sure to visit www.wrnw1.com, where additional information on the WRNW1 can be found. For all media inquiries or for interviews with Robyn Charles, please contact Richard Lewis directly (631) 605-6185 or [email protected].
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