Creating hope for tomorrow with inspiring stories from today
The Susan E Foster Show is a Dallas-based syndicated talk show that covers five series. Its Ordinary Angels® series is inspired by one of Susan's sponsored philanthropic foundations, The MRP33 Projects. All shows are political-free and no religious affiliations. The first show is scheduled to air in fall 2020.
Susan is a mother and author. With a journalism background, she is now a talk show host with a strong desire to connect to mass audiences. All guests on the show will require to be transparent and truthful. Mentioning of politics or religion is strictly prohibited without prior discussion with the producers.
As of July 2020 our guests include but not limited to:
John Peter Smith Hospital Foundation
The Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation
The MRP33 Project & Ordinary Angels Awards
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To spotlight positive change resulting from extraordinary acts of kindness, courage and use of talents from ordinary people responding in their everyday life.
A mentally and emotionally healthy society is essential to sustaining safety, security, and freedom for all.
Ordinary Angels® focuses on all the nominated ordinary angels and nominators' encounters with their angels.
United in Our Differences series focuses on various topics discussed in a multi-cultural setting
Be the Change You Want to See
Be the Change You Want to See focuses on an individual, a group of people, or a large corporation who made a difference
Hidden Gem series provides a stage (and the opportunity) for people to show off their hidden talents
Why Didn't I
Think of That
Why Didn’t I Think of That series focus on outside-the-box life hacks, inventions, tips, and more
PROJECTS POWERED BY SUSAN E FOSTER
Have you ever been in a relationship you felt you couldn’t get out of? Have you ever gotten out of a relationship wondering, what just happened? In this very revealing book, author Susan E Foster shares her personal journey of surviving years of emotional abuse and isolation, and the lessons learned. She also shares powerful and moving stories of others, unraveling the mysterious web of confusion surrounding abuse, and overcoming difficult relationships.
The Marshall Racing Project 33 (MRP33) is a movement born from Susan E Foster's 21-year-old young son named Marshall Foster who committed suicide following a miraculous recovery from a harrowing motor cycle accident. It is an extraordinary story involving John Peter Smith Hospital Trauma 1 Unit in Fort Worth, Texas, and Trauma 1 Unit Nurse, Ever Gomez, who forged an unconventional friendship with Marshall when they discovered a shared passion for speed and motorcycle racing.