Now viewing 1 through 9 of 9 Guests whose last names begin with the letter "C".
Lady K Productions was created by Kamali Culpepper in 2019. Kamali was born and raised in Florida and is an independent filmmaker who enjoys directing and writing. She earned a BFA in Film and Media Arts at the University of Tampa in May 2019 and is attending the Savannah College of Art and Design to receive her MFA in Film and Television. She created her website to share some of her projects including her award winning movie trailer and comedy/crime short film, Cleaning House. She is looking forward to writing and directing more projects in the future.
Dr. Shawn Council, Esquire is the lead managing attorney for her business-oriented law firm located in Metro Atlanta Georgia. Attorney Council, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, didn’t know what a lawyer was when her mother, and a few ladies at a local hairdresser’s beauty parlor, exclaimed, “she should be a lawyer” after she “interrogated” each woman as they were getting their hairdo perfected by the beautician. Dr. Council’s desire to be an attorney was born at that beauty shop. Life occurrences took a young Shawn to Los Angeles where she graduated from High School and attended Los Angeles Community College. She did so well, at LACC, she gain automatic admission to UCLA where she majored in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations. Then, it was off to Law School in Texas. Yet again, life took Shawn back to her roots in Philadelphia, to attend to family matters. After a Small Business Certification, at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton, she was off again to begin her law practice in Connecticut. It was a new start and quite an adventure. Along the way, she obtained a Doctorate in Law & Policy at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. After decades of practicing law (family, personal injury, criminal, real estate, business transactions, evictions, probate estate matters, etc.) and a Professorship at a CT State College, Shawn opened a law firm in Stockbridge, GA where she graciously serves the business community, primarily. Attorney Council is passionate about technology, business, and real estate. Dr. Shawn Council, Esquire believes it is so important to create economic opportunities for yourself through continuous lifelong learning. She is committed to sharing her knowledge with the business community, content creators, startups, and entrepreneurs. She is also the proud author of the Bookee & LaLa children’s book series which teaches young children life skills, how to manage money, and community engagement.
Dr. Lisa Collins
Arts and Culture,Community Organizations,Education,Health and Wellness,Religious and Spiritual,Other
Lisa Collins is an educational professional with 25 years of experience. She holds degrees in psychology and education and works as an assistant professor at Lewis and Clark College and the Director of her small business, Education Through Engagement, LLC. As a learning and development professional, Lisa supports talent management and business partners to solve workforce challenges. Lisa is a professional who provides healing frameworks to a world in need. Dr. Collins specializes in racial healing for people of color and non-people of color. She utilizes her life coaching from Conscious Freedom and spirituality to provide acceptance and space for connectedness and oneness in a world that needs it so much. Lisa is a medium, spiritual writer, playwright, and film producer. She utilizes these spiritual gifts to provide healing and openness that acknowledges the intersectionality of humankind. She uses her podcast, Love and Light with Dr. Lisa, Living Every Day in Peace to promote positivity and spiritual connection. Her short film, Be Careful What You Ask For, serves as a discussion platform for racial healing discussions has been accepted into several film festivals.
Arts and Culture
Author of several illustrated picture books and graphic novellas. Two of the series are Danielle the Girl From New York and Clarence the Cabbie Confidential.
Government,News and Media,Other
Covering politics for more than 30 years and interviewing the famous and infamous have given me a unique insight that I share with my audiences. I'm the co-host and producer of Connections on WFXC/WFXK-FM (longest-running public affairs program in North Carolina) and the host of The Deal with Ed Clark on the internet. There is no subject we are afraid to cover. I am also the co-author of The Last Dance for Grace - The Crystal Mangum Story. last Dance is a more balanced view of the woman who was the central figure in the Duke Lacrosse Case. I'm also a filmmaker, writer, and seeker of the truth.
Arts and Culture,Entertainment,Marketing and Advertising
MODELING & ENTERTAINMENT As the quintessential Plus Size Entrepreneur, Jamila Choyce is the owner of Jamila Jay Plus Size Casting. In 2016, the conceptual idea for the website was created to unite plus size talent with producers, directors, magazine editors, fashion show coordinators, and casting directors with plus size talent. Casting directors can submit their casting needs on the website. Therefore, it is an opportunity for plus size talent and casting officials who are seeking plus size talent to meet and work together. Talent can register and submit for acting, modeling, dancing, and singing opportunities. In 2010, after being laid off as an elementary school teacher, she embarked upon the world of acting and eventually plus size modeling. At a blazing 5’9’, and size 16 she did not fit into Hollywood’s stereotype of beauty. Although she landed a few commercials, court shows, and pilots, her acting head shoots was the key to open the door to her new career. ABOUT JAMILA “During my tenure at my last school, the residential address was a homeless shelter. I saw many students aimless come and go with any structure or future. As an entrepreneur, I have the opportunity to assistant homeless children. You do not have to be affluent to help others you only need a heart that cares. After being signed with three talent agents and driving from Northern California to Southern California, she wanted more! She felt the same frustration and anguish of other plus size talent. In 2011, the door of plus size modeling was thrusted open when submitted to a talent agency for plus size models. She began writing a column for a plus size publication and started her own talk show interviewing plus size designers and models. As a plus size model, she was very active making television and radio appearances as well as producing, styling, and designing for live fashion shows. Most notably, her first national television exposure was on the “Queen Latifah” talk show in New York.
Banking and Finance
Founder and CEO, Katherine Tyeshia Chatmon, recognized the need for sound, objective financial resources to working class Americans. Often times, the working class is wedged between making too much to qualify for governmental assistance programs, but often falling victim to predatory lending and cycles of debt. Bridg3 Financial Boutique was created to educate and empower persons to make sound, financial decisions to build generational wealth while on the path to financial peace. Bridg3 Financial Boutique provides financial coaching, resources, and low-cost workshops to persons who are ready for transformative change - so they can have more of what money will never buy.
Community Organizations,Education,Health and Wellness,Legal Services,Transportation
Roshanda Casteel has a wide variety of experience, with over 16 years I'm the healthcare and transportation industry ,she's the founder of progressive Family Solutions nonprofit organization and owners of Family behavioral modification service a service based business from families who have open DCFS cases. She exercises her voice over the airwaves a the host of So Devine Radio show and podcast. She transparent and always eager to help others.
Arts and Culture,Education,Health and Wellness,News and Media
Dominique Carson is an award-winning community activist, journalist, researcher, and massage therapist. She graduated with her bachelor's and master's degree from CUNY Brooklyn College. Carson also received her massage degree and certification from CUNY Queensborough Community College. Ms. Carson has been an active freelance writer for eight years and wrote for many publications including Amsterdam News, NBC News, The Grio, Ebony, Singersroom.com, Soultrain, just to name a few. She interviewed many notable figures in the entertainment industry such as Charlie Wilson, Regina Belle, Patti Labelle, Avant, Tito Jackson, Eric Benet, Heather Headley, The Isley Brothers, and many more. Ms. Carson has been apart of various writing projects over the years such as How to Survive Freshmen Year in College, Lefferts Manor Association Journal, and Partnership for Parks. In 2018, she received It's My Park Award with her former Man Up! Inc's Job Development Center Colleagues for outstanding service in East New York, Brooklyn. Outside of journalism and editorial projects, Carson is also a licensed and nationally certified massage therapist as of fall 2019. Her overall goal is to facilitate people's lives with her hands and words.