SGV Master Key Podcast

SGV Master Key Podcast

Welcome to the SGV Masterkey. A show where you will hear personal stories of triumph over failures, and how others successfully navigated the unique landscape that is the San Gabriel Valley. What makes us different? Well, just like you, we have chosen the San Gabriel Valley for our home or businesses, or both. We believe it is the people and small businesses that make this community great and we love to share their stories with you.We always encourage your questions and feedback and you can find all of our contact information at SGVmasterkey.com.

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July 25, 2021 74 min

Danny Woo is a proud son of a single mother who taught him the values of humility, integrity, and community. When his mother brought him to America at age 4, they faced housing and income insecurity, but with her hustle and support from extended family, they set roots in Monterey Park, California. Danny is the product of the local schools, and is a proud graduate of Mark Keppel High School.

For over 20 years Danny has dedicated hims...

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From trial to bike, pool, studio, or weights, Camden Crane is not new to the fitness world. Trained early on in the competitive world of dance and soccer, she constantly works for peak strength and mobility. As a Personal Trainer she’s committed to empowering her clients to set personal and challenging goals to achieve their own peaks, focusing on the whole body, mind, and soul connection. Living in Ethiopia for 4 years working wit...

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July 9, 2021 54 min

Scott and Russell are joined by Victoria to share some moments from each show that stood out to them. In this part 2 of Review Time they go through Episodes 21 - 40, from Susana Porras to Danny Woo.
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July 3, 2021 57 min

Scott and Russell are joined by Victoria to share some moments from each show that stood out to them. In this part 1 of Review Time they go through Episodes 01 - 20, from Andrew  Rodriguez to Tim Fall.

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Teddy Bedjakian is the restaurateur of Edwin Mills by Equator located in Old Pasadena. Teddy started at that location back when it was known as Equator Coffee House. He was the one who decided to rebrand, and thus rename, the cafe in order to survive and thrive against the competition between coffee shops during 2014. Surviving and thriving has been a part of Teddy's life since he was young. His family immigrated to the US when...

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Aaron M. Sanchez currently hosts “The Morning Show” weekdays at 8am on ABC News Radio KMET 1490AM & 98.1 FM. He has been described as a natural, multi-talented, playful and personable host. His multiple years of hosting Red Carpet interviews and producing various projects with NBC News Radio KCAA station in 2010 as an entertainment reporter, led him to a shot at filling in as the co-host of their morning show. In 2013 that oppo...

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Jack Feldman is currently on the executive Board of Water and Power Associates (W&PA), which is an organization dedicated to educating the Public, Politicians, and Media on water and energy issues affecting Southern California. Its secondary mission is to preserve the regional history of water and electricity and show its role in the development and growth of the Southland.

Jack worked at the LA Department of Water and Power for...

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Beth Ahlers speaks on the topic of “homeschooling” and family life after nearing the end of 25 years of home education and raising 6 children.  Beth’s message is “It CAN be done!” and “Family relationships are worth investing in and sacrificing for.”

Though a survivor and fighter for life and freedom, she focuses on the redemptive qualities of life’s difficulties, the good that comes out of the bad, the growth and the joy that is th...

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Michelle Kuei is a professional speaker, confidence coach, meditation & mindfulness teacher who helps woman entrepreneurs who struggles with the confidence and courage to tell their unique story to get seen, get heard, and get hired.    

Michelle provides her clients with skills they need to live confidently and with purpose by helping them redirect their fears and channel their energy into living life filled with happiness, aut...

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Terry Tornek was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended the Yeshivah of Flatbush and Erasmus Hall High School where he met his future wife, Maria Mascoli and served as President of the New York City Student Council.

Terry then graduated cum laude from Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs.

After marrying and serving in the US Army National Guard (Airborne) Terry worked for the US Dept. of Housi...

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Huod Taing is an entrepreneur and a family man of Asian ancestry. His childhood was always full of change due to his family moving homes every few years in pursuit of work.  After years of sacrifice they finally achieved the American dream in the San Gabriel Valley.

With a passion for creating and curiosity for new things he has been involved in numerous restaurant creations. His latest one being “Tony’s Donut House” in the city of ...

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Michael Taing grew up in the San Gabriel Valley and is an Asian American Entrepreneur and family man. He is the father of a special needs child and supports the hearing impaired community.

With a passion for Culinary Creativity he enjoys the daily operations of Cha Cafe in El Monte. From personally picking fresh produce to making the sauces and working along side the staff he has a totally hands on approach to business. Please visit...

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Jean Power is a civil litigator with a diverse base of legal experience.  Throughout her career, she has performed extensive work in law firm practice, public interest law, and community advocacy.  Jean currently focuses her legal practice primarily on labor and employment law, handling a diverse range of cases including wage and hour, class actions, PAGA claims, wrongful termination, and employment discrimination.

Originally from T...

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Glenn Evans is a Director of Photography and Adventure Camera man specializing in filming tv shows about Hidden Treasure, Ancient Architecture and Endangered and Exotic Animals. Glenn has filmed in 68 countries around the world for Discovery Channel, History Channel, Netflix, ABC and many other networks. Born in Oregon on a blueberry farm and leaving for California to work in the film and tv industry the camera has been Glenn’s key...

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March 10, 2021 58 min

Michael Patris has always had an interest in history. Whether collecting antiques, collecting and working on antique cars, or restoring a 1923 California bungalow in Alhambra, pieces of the past always seemed too important to brush aside. After several years working in the news industry, and film industry, Michael speaks publicly about Southern California transportation, collecting antiques and, of course, Mount Lowe.

Michael is the...

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Ada Gates Patton became the first woman in the United States and Canada licensed to shoe Thoroughbred racehorses.  In her youth in New York and Long Island, Ada competed in show jumping and fox hunting for 20 years. After universities, Ada owned a ranch in Colorado and started shoeing Western horses on ranches and racetracks.  Ada moved to Southern California to work on Thoroughbreds at Santa Anita, Hollywood Park, and Del Mar wher...

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Glenn Evans is a Director of Photography and Adventure Camera man specializing in filming tv shows about Hidden Treasure, Ancient Architecture and Endangered and Exotic Animals. Glenn has filmed in 68 countries around the world for Discovery Channel, History Channel, Netflix, ABC and many other networks. Born in Oregon on a blueberry farm and leaving for California to work in the film and tv industry the camera has been Glenn’s key...

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Scott Warmuth, lawyer and the co-host of the podcast, shares his life story in this 3-part series. In this last part of the series Scott gives different meanings of what success meant throughout his career and personal life as an adult. From a tough first semester and year in law school to passing the Bar exam the first try, from teaching in China to coming back losing money, and from a man reaching for career success to a man reac...

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Bryan Takeda is President of Affinity Associates, a program management and consulting business located in Monrovia, CA. He is also a partner of creatively, a creative design, promotions and marketing services business with offices in Washington DC and Monrovia, CA.

Bryan is extremely active in the Japanese American community as is evidenced by his extensive list of programs and organizations. He also worked as the first Program Dire...

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Russell Mano, Strength Coach, YouTube Creator and co-host of this podcast, shares his life story in this 2-part series. In this second part he tells of the journey to self fulfillment. From his occupation of being in the military, college, and eventually a trainer; to his personal life of struggling with relationships and the path to recovery from PTSD; Russell searched for answers in order to improve himself for himself. Currently...

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