Monday, January 30, 2012

UCLA Softball’s first All-American, National Champion, and Hall of Famer Coach Sue Enquist featured on Get the Funk Out!

Had an opportunity to meet Coach Sue Enquist at TED-x Irvine a few months ago and was thrilled to have her on my show, "Get the Funk Out!" She has such incredible values, insight and experience into how to aim for your personal best, how not to be our own worst critic, and how to keep it together in this rollercoaster ride called life. This was a great interview and you can hear it right here. Visit for more.

           Sue Enquist holds more National Championships (11) than anyone in the history of softball. She is UCLA Softball’s first All-American, National Champion, and Hall of Famer. 
           In 2006, Enquist concluded her storied 27 year career as head coach of the UCLA Bruins with a 887-175-1 (.835) record, making her the winningest softball coach among all active coaches.  She is the only person in NCAA Softball history to win a championship as a head coach and a player. Hailed a “coaching legend” by ESPN, Sue Enquist’s tenure produced 65 All-Americans and 12 Olympians.
            She has been inducted into the Women's Sports Foundation International Hall of Fame, the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame, and the UCLA Hall of Fame.  Enquist is also the recipient of multiple National Coach of the Year and Pac-10 Coach of the Year honors.   
She concluded her UCLA MVP playing career with a career batting average of .401.  In her tenure as both a player and coach, Enquist has a combined 1,314 wins.  UCLA Magazine lists her among the top 20th Century Bruins. 
            A former World Champion and USA National Team coach and player, she is the only person to have played on the first Pan American gold medal team (1979) and to coach on the first Olympic Team National Staff (1996), which took home the first gold medal in the Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia.
            Beyond her roles as coach and player, Sue Enquist is regarded as a leading innovator of softball instructional materials and equipment.   In addition to her 25 instructional videos covering all facets of the game, Enquist is the author of the book 101 Offensive Drills for Softball.  Together with MLB Player Don Slaught, she co-developed and co-produced RightViewPro hitting instructional software.  She is also the inventor of the SB401 training bat, as well as the Kwik-Slide Sliding wrap, which increases player protection when sliding.  Her forthcoming book on leadership is slated for release later this year.
            Off the softball field, Sue Enquist has gained the reputation as a dynamic and highly sought after international motivational speaker.  Her list of prestigious speaking venues includes: the United States Olympic Committee Leadership Summit (USOC), University of California Office of the President-Risk Management Division(UCLA), Stryker Endoscopy, Major League Baseball (MLB) RBI Softball World Series, LA Dodgers, National Fastpitch Coaches Convention, Women’s Sports Foundation,  USA Olympic Synchronized Swimming Association, Italian Olympic Softball Program, Adidas, Wilson Sports, Easton Sports, National Pro Skaters Convention, California Athletic Directors National Convention, and numerous others.  She also speaks at numerous colleges and high schools across the country.  Currently, she runs over 30 seminars for parents, coaches and players across the United States.
            Sue Enquist grew up in San Clemente, California, and is a former professional surfer.  Today she lives in Huntington Beach, California, where she surfs daily and enjoys spending time with her family.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Ford Classic super model and makeup artist Cindy Joseph, the founder and CEO of BOOM! featured on Get the Funk Out!

On Monday, January 23, 2012,  Ford Classic Supermodel and makeup artist Cindy Joseph joined host Janeane Bernstein on "Get the Funk Out!" You can hear the entire show here.

Ford Classic super model and makeup artist Cindy Joseph is the founder and CEO of BOOM! By Cindy Joseph, a new and exciting concept in makeup that promotes natural, radiant, and ageless beauty.

Growing up in the San Francisco Bay area, Cindy’s father was a salesman, and her mother was a self-taught architect -- an independent woman who encouraged Cindy to go for what she wanted, no matter what.

As a high school student, Cindy spent hours poring over beauty and fashion magazines, practicing new techniques and beauty products on herself and her friends. Makeup was her passion. Then, during the 1960s, Cindy experienced a dramatic shift of perception, influenced by emerging ideas in the San Francisco Bay area. She opposed society’s growing emphasis on superficial beauty, and the self-esteem issues that ensued.

Cindy weighed her own desire to look her best against her opposition to the idea that a woman needed to “put on her face” to be beautiful.  She soon realized that she would have a greater influence on how beauty was defined if she was “in the game.” Using the skills and talents she developed while working with local photographers, Cindy began a career as a makeup artist for fashion and beauty in the late 70s.

Cindy's natural makeup style went on to influence the face of beauty for the next 25 years. Her talent of using makeup to emphasize and bring forward a woman’s character, personality and natural beauty, rather than masking or changing it, proved invaluable.  She worked for the Esprit de Corps ad campaigns with Oliviero Toscani, and traveled to Paris to work with European magazines and advertising clients.  Cindy arrived in New York at the top of the industry, working with fashion and beauty photographers making up the super models and celebrities of the time.

At the age of 49, Cindy was approached on the street by a casting agent to model for the Dolce and Gabbana campaign photographed by Steven Meisel. The project ignited a modeling career with Ford Models Inc., which continues to flourish today. Now, Cindy is traveling the world working in front of the camera for many of the same clients and magazines she had during her career as make-up artist.

Culling together her passion for makeup, her refreshing perspective on beauty, decades of hands-on research in cosmetics, and expertise in front of and behind the camera, Cindy is thrilled to continue promoting ageless, believable beauty with the launch of BOOM! By Cindy Joseph.

Cindy also writes a monthly blog, "Just Cindy", for Experience Life Magazine, as well as a regular column for the magazine’s print issue.   She brings a new voice to the magazine, with a fresh and provocative perspective.

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Monday, January 16, 2012

Luke Mysse - an activator and strategic thinker - featured on the Get the Funk Out Show!

And my featured guest for my Monday January 16th, 2012 GET THE FUNK OUT SHOW is....Luke Mysse! You can hear Luke LIVE Monday at 9am pst on KUCI 88.9fm and streaming on
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For over 15 years, Luke Mysse has been operating Crossgrain, a business-minded design firm with a knack for generating revenue for clients. He is a sought after speaker and has traveled the country speaking on a wide range of topics including creativity, branding, planning and life balance.

Luke has been described as overly passionate, funny and engaging. An activator and strategic thinker, his mission is to “spend his life helping people” and his juicy goal is to “change the world.” Some people say he talks too much; to which he replies, “It’s hard not to when you’re this passionate about what you’re doing.”

Monday, January 9, 2012

Celebrity photographer Robert Evans joins host Janeane Bernstein on the Get the Funk Out Show!

On my "Get the Funk Out Show" Monday January 9th, 2012 at 9am pst, incredibly talented and well-respected celebrity photographer Robert Evans joined me on the show airing LIVE on KUCI 88.9fm and streaming on He had an incredible story to tell about his own backstory into photography, through tough times and now a long, successful road ahead. 
You can hear the complete interview right here.

Robert Evans is a celebrity photographer who has photographed some the the biggest celebrity weddings in the last decade. As a celebrity wedding photographer Robert has photographed the weddings of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, Shania Twain, and Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton and many others.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Accomplished vocalist and jewelry designer Gina Venturini featured on Get the Funk Out!

If you missed Gina on my December 26th show, 
you can hear the entire show here.

Gina Venturini is a vocalist in the classic sense of the term.  She sings from the soul and loves every note with all of her heart.  From classic jazz to classical chorale, a television audience or a Saturday night crowd, Gina is right at home.  Her delicate, crystal clear and beautiful voice cuts to the raw emotion of a song and deeply touches the listener every time.  You will feel her motto, “Let the music from your soul touch another’s heart.”

Gina grew up in Nebraska, knowing at age three that she wanted to be a performer.  She studied trumpet in high school before switching to opera at the University of Nebraska.  Upon graduation, Gina made another switch, this time to the musical hotbed of Minneapolis.  There she performed as a backup singer for a Neil Diamond/Elvis impersonator.  She soon landed a tour with a Top 40 dance band called Passion.  Gina honed her craft while singing six nights a week in Marriot hotels up and down the East Coast.

Gina’s voice has been heard on local radio stations from Nebraska to Los Angeles.  She has also appeared as a dancer and featured vocalist in several musical theater productions, and has joined countless bands onstage in Los Angeles and on national tours

Gina joined forces with two other musicians in 2005 and formed Genius Girl.  Their 2005 release titled “Happy Moon” showcases Gina’s talented voice singing country, blues, and Jazz.  In 2010 Gina teamed up with  singer/songwriter  and music colleague Jimi Yamagishi to form a jazz duo and it blossomed into an original  music project called Valet that includes Amanda Best Best, David Zacharia, and Karl Lee.   The group has been playing venues through the LA are, Relay for life Cancer benefits, The Japanese American Theater and other festivals. Their music is a mix of Jazz, Latin, Rock, and pop music that is guided by spirituality. The group is gearing up to record their first CD in 2012. 

Sunday, January 1, 2012

On Monday, January 2, 2012, Native New Yorker Jenna Torres talks music, songwriting, 9/11 and how she has tackled her own funks only to grow evener stronger! LIVE on KUCI 88.9fm at 9am pst - streaming LIVE on


Listen to Jenna's full interview with Janeane Bernstein on the
"Get the Funk Out Show!"
“Vibrant and relevant New York singer/songwriter Jenna Torres delivers first-rate modern country.”
–       Maverick Magazine, UK
“Gentle and fragile yet powerful and emotional, Jenna Torres doesn’t waste one second proving to the listener that she is a force to be reckoned with.”
–       Soho Journal
“Born and bred in New York City, Jenna Torres writes songs that seem to emanate from the Heartland – and go straight to your heart.”
–       J.W. Johnson, BMI

Singer-songwriter Jenna Torres is something of a contradiction – and not just because she’s a native New Yorker who sounds like a cross between Sheryl Crow and Dolly Parton. Soft-spoken and self-effacing in conversation, Torres is a force of nature when she performs live – an alt-country siren capable of bringing the house down with her powerful voice, burning eyes and beautifully broken heart. Her soulful style of songwriting is fed by the rich eclecticism of her life experiences, which include modeling for iconic photographers Richard Avedon and Robert Mapplethorpe; touring the country as a backup vocalist; the tragic loss of her dear brother; watching the twin towers of the World Trade Center collapse at point-blank range on 9/11; a painful divorce; and the challenges and rewards of being a single parent. 

After winning the heart of Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. with her 2006 self-titled debut, Jenna was approached by legendary music executive Judy Stakee and offered a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music. Since signing with Warner/Chappell, Torres has taken flying leaps as both a solo artist and a collaborator. 2009 saw the release of her second full-length, Thinking With My Heart, whose standout track “I Can’t Kiss Me” was made into a video by veteran No Wave director Amos Poe (The Blank Generation).  As of Winter 2011 Jenna has a Top Ten song on the Billboard Charts “Busted Heart” by For King & Country currently #8 and flying up the Hot Christian 100, AC and CHR Charts.  Jenna co-wrote the song with Ben Glover & the Smallbone Brothers…”Busted Heart” is the most frequently requested song on Air One Radio putting it in the #1 spot!! Throughout the past two years, Jenna has had the opportunity to co-write with some of the biggest names in Nashville, New York and LA.  Jenna is currently putting the finishing touches on her next release.
·       Thinking With My Heart LP (2009)
·       Jenna Torres LP (2006)


National CPR and AED (Automated External Defribrillator) Awareness Week is June 1st through 7th. Janeane will be in conversation with a cardiac arrest survivor, Steven Munatones, and Dr. Shira Schlesinger.

According to, back in 2007, the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross and the National Safety Council collaborate...