Tune in on Thursday, February 26 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview Bill Taylor, Founder of SE Asia Children’s Foundation.

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Having been a management consultant for over 45 years, Bill (although now “semi-retired”) still accepts an occasional assignment in the greater Seattle area. Focusing his practice in the area of Strategic Pay and Personnel Issues, he works exclusively with the Boards of Directors and CEOs of privately held, for-profit, Pacific Northwest companies. His efforts are devoted to helping organizations align their reward systems with their values, cultures, and strategic goals. Often this evolves into strategic planning, goal setting, success measurements, team building, group problem solving skills and related efforts.

Currently, Bill spends most of his time and energy with his non-profit work in SE Asia. With his SE Asia Foundation. Bill is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty for those less fortunate. Believing strongly that the key to this is education – and especially educating girls – Bill seeks out and supports organizations working to educate children and provide job skills training to women. His unique approach to this support involves funding coupled with coaching to improve management skills and the long-term sustainability of the organization. Traveling to the region four times each year, Bill remains a “hands-on” consultant.

Bill also is an active partner in the Together We Can Change The World (TWCCTW)  group, along with Scott Friedman, Jana Stanfield, and many other talented speakers, authors, and trainers committed to the same goals of helping the impoverished to a more self-sustaining life in SE Asia.

As a co-founder of Donworth, Taylor & Co., a Seattle based HR and labor relations management consulting firm, he consulted in that capacity for 13 years from 1975 through 1988. Prior to that he was a consultant with Price Waterhouse & Co. in Los Angeles and Seattle for nine years. His early experience also includes nine years in both line and staff positions in Southern California industry.

His long record of active service in the Institute of Management Consultants includes Past President of the Pacific Northwest Chapter. From 1989 to 1991 he served as Vice President for the Pacific Western Region and as a member of the National Board of Directors. After that he served a three-year term as one of the three U. S. Trustees to the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI). A long time Rotarian, he was an active member of the Downtown Seattle Rotary Club No. 4 for 25 years. He was also active in the American Compensation Association and the Northwest Compensation Forum, and has served as a director of the ACT Theater and the Seattle Center Foundation in Seattle. He is a Snohomish County Master Gardner and for two years served as President of the Edmonds in Bloom Association.

Bill and his wife, Pat, live in Edmonds, just north of Seattle. What little spare time there is is spent gardening, wandering around the country in his motorhome, hiking, fly fishing, playing poker, rooting for the Mariners, staying fit, and playing with Corvettes.

To learn more about this foundation – SE Asia Children’sFoundation



Tune in on Thursday, February 19 at 11:00 am MST when I interview Tonya Sandis, co-founder of Free2Luv on Pay It Forward Radio. Luv is stronger than Hate!

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Tonya Sandis

Tonya Sandis, Co-Founder of Free2Luv, is an award winning and Emmy nominated entertainment industry veteran who specializes in creative development, marketing and production to successfully build and facilitate brand development. She is passionate about creating a braver, safer and kinder place for our youth.




Free2Luv is an award-winning nonprofit dedicated to rockin’ individuality, celebrating equality, spreading kindness & standing up to bullying through arts & entertainment. We empower, engage & enlighten youth globally to know that they are perfect just the way they are and they can use their voices for good.

FREE2LUV teams up with Celebrity Ambassadors, Youth Advocates and corporations who believe LUV is STRONGER than hate and BRAVER than bullying.

We hold hands with our partners to …

*create thought-provoking awareness campaigns
*support and produce community outreach events
*create a cool line of cause inspired merchandise designed to create change

Through our FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS BULLY™ programs, we utilize music, impactful messaging and interactive storytelling to promote kindness, build self-esteem and help youth be more responsible citizens in their community. We have teamed up with the champion Seattle Seahawks and Clear Channel for an anti-bullying awareness campaign featuring billboards throughout Seattle metro. The campaign encourages the community to come together, take the pledge and use their collective voice for good.


Pay it Forward Radio Interviews RJ Owen – Host, CreativeMornings Denver

February 11, 2015

Tune in Thursday, February 12 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview RJ Owen, Host of CreativeMornings/Denver. To listen:  MileHi Radio RJ Owen hosts Denver’s chapter of CreativeMornings, an international breakfast club for creatives with chapters in 104 cities across the globe. In his day job RJ is Director of […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Josie Robinson – Gratitude Jar: A Simple Guide to Creating Miracles

February 4, 2015

Tune in on Pay It Forward Radio, Thursday, February 5 at 11:00 am MST when I interview Josie Robinson, Author, Gratitude Jar: A Simple Guide to Creating Miracles. To listen:  MileHi Radio Josie was born in rural Minnesota to a high school art teacher father and college librarian mother. Her favorite childhood pastime combined the […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Darla Rae – Film It Productions

January 28, 2015

Tune in on Thursday, January 29 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview Darla Rae, President and CEO of Film It Productions. To listen:  MileHi Radio Darla Rae is an award winning Christian filmmaker and CEO of Film It Productions. Her first full-length feature film, “The Goal” won nine awards […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Charley Johnson – President of Pay it Forward Experience

January 21, 2015

Tune in to Pay It Forward Radio on Thursday, January 22 at 11:00 am MST when I interview Charley Johnson, President of Pay it Forward Experience. To listen: MileHi Radio  The word “change” often evokes a sense of fear in people. After all, “change” means leaving ones comfort zone and trying something new that has […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Alessandra Carlino – Positivity Designs

January 14, 2015

Tune in on Thursday, January 15 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview Alessandra Carlino, Positivity Designs, quality t-shirts to inspire your world. To listen:  MileHi Radio Eighteen years ago I was misdiagnosed with bipolar disorder. It was a terrifying time with uncontrollable mood swings and physical changes that defied […]

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Pay It Forward Radio Interviews Trish Gibbons – F.U.E.L. – Dream/Goal/ Gratitude Journal

January 7, 2015

Tune in on Thursday, January 8 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview Trish Gibbons about FUEL – Dream/Goal/Gratitude Journal. To listen:  MileHi Radio Trish Gibbons is a creator and a seeker. She has spent the last 15 years reading, researching and exploring personal development books…for fun. Trish was born […]

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Happy New Year!

January 7, 2015

  Tis a New Year!  I am so fortunate to have been able to take the month of December off and just regroup and recalibrate myself.  It was a rough month with moving back into my house after 5 months. Settling back in again was tedious.  I had moved 4 times last year.  Yeah – […]

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Thank You For a Fabulous Year!

December 11, 2014

I just want you all to know it has been a fantastic year for Pay It Forward Radio & Fashion Forward Radio.  I have been awe-inspired by all of my guests.  Their stories and ability to be real is such a treat for me.  I am honored to bring you their stories.  I am honored […]

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