Black Wall Street HARLEM at MIST Harlem to Recognize Kay Marie Pressley

(HARLEM – September 10, 2018) –’s Black Wall Street HARLEM returns to New York City this Friday, September 14, 2018 from 6 to 7:30 pm at MIST Harlem from 6 to 7:30 pm. RSVP to

Honorees include Kay Marie Pressley.

Who is Kay?

Ms. Pressley has worked extensively with different organizations in the areas of Marketing, Research and Development, Program Implementation, Communication, Fund Raising, Administrative Support, Community and Cultural Development, as well as Holistic and Wellness Event Marketing and Organic Product Promotions.

Ms. Pressley is also a dynamic, innovative public speaker, activist, poet, play-write, director, song writer, actress, and journalist.  She is the founder of KMP Productions Inc., S.E.W (Successfully Empowering Every Woman, Man , Child, Family, and Community). She is also the Brain Child, Originator and Director of Health, Wealth, and Music Program.  Ms. Pressley is a member of several community organizations both locally and nationally including: National Action Network, Harlem Arts Alliance, Harlem Active Seniors, Harlem Transformation Project, New Heritage Theater group, and numerous artistic venues.  Ms. Pressley is currently the Community Outreach Director with the Harlem Community Center where she oversees their social betterment day-programs aimed at creating a better world through Drug Free World, United for Human Rights, The Way to Happiness, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, and the Volunteer Ministers Outreach. She enjoys traveling and participates in several cultural events in New York, and other surrounding cities.  She is also in the process of completing her first book of poetry. Ms. Pressley holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut, and is currently pursuing a Master’s of Arts Degree at North Central University (On-line).   She has three beautiful children: Krishner, Kalilah and Korey.  Her greatest desire is to change the world one person at a time.