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  09/11/2019      11:00 am

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Co-Host Profile

Andi Lucas


Andi Lucas is the co-host of On the Verge Radio with Coach Laura Richer, and she is the founder and owner of Hummingbird Marketing Services. Andi has more than 20 years of marketing, editing/writing, and overall business experience. She started her career in magazine journalism, editing a variety of magazines—from rocks and mining to children’s toys. When she was just 23 years old, Andi co-founded a magazine, Citizen Jane, in Richmond, Va., focused on professional women in the area. Most recently, Andi spent eight years in marketing and merchandising at Amazon.com and left in 2015 to finally embrace her entrepreneurial ... Read more

Andi Lucas is the co-host of On the Verge Radio with Coach Laura Richer, and she is the founder and owner of Hummingbird Marketing Services. Andi has more than 20 years of marketing, editing/writing, and overall business experience. She started her career in magazine journalism, editing a variety of magazines—from rocks and mining to children’s toys. When she was just 23 years old, Andi co-founded a magazine, Citizen Jane, in Richmond, Va., focused on professional women in the area. Most recently, Andi spent eight years in marketing and merchandising at Amazon.com and left in 2015 to finally embrace her entrepreneurial spirit and start her own firm. At about the same time, she and her sister partnered to launch The Days of Gifts, a unique multi-day gifting experience.

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  • "Dr. Pat, thank you so much and really thank you for blazing the trail for women in talk radio. And just being such an inspiration to me and so many other people. What you’re doing is so awesome and without people like you there to really step out of the box and go for it, with the psychology background, I don’t know if someone like me would have ever ended up here but I’m so happy to be here and I want to thank you for everything you’re doing. You’re one of my major inspirations."
    Dr. Kelly Neff

  • "Please tell Dr. Pat I said thank you for having me on her radio program today, how gracious she was, and what great questions she asked--there were a couple I had never been asked before and I had to think about!   I really appreciated the opportunity to share Katherine's story and share in her mission to bring hope to the Lyme community."
    Eliza Hemenway - guest

  • "To tell you the truth, every person I’ve worked with, I have talked with through the network has just been incredibly professional and I just want to thank you so much for your generosity of spirit and your leadership. I love this network. And it is just such a privilege to be a part of it and to be a part the family."
    Eve Elite Tarot

  • "Thank you for sharing me with your listeners today! I absolutely LOVED being on your show today! I love your energy! I have been getting phone calls from people who tuned in. All said they could feel the positive energy between us. All said they were blown out of the water how great it was. So thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! Have I mentioned how much I love you and appreciate you!!!! While I was typing this, an email came in from a listener of today's show. She wanted to know if I would personally life coach her!!! This is just getting better and better and better!!!"
    Sue London-Host

  • "Excellent question Pat! Not one that I get asked very often so thanks for asking. What have my a-ha moments been? There have been so many. I mean I am a totally different person than I was when I started studying this 10 years ago. My first a-ha moment was the a-ha that someone needs to study this. If we're trying to win the war on cancer why are we ignoring the people who've won? We should be talking to them. We should be studying them. So that was the first coin that dropped for me was just something like do this, study this, don't be afraid. It didn't scare me. It actually excited me. My dear friend died when we were 16 of stomach cancer so to be across from someone like him was told they were going to die and yet 25 years later that does not scare me. That gives me incredible hope and for a potential cure for cancer down the road."
    Dr. Kelly Turner

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