(BALTIMORE – November 7, 2019) – Bmorenews.com is pleased to announce our moderator for the 2nd Annual National Black Wall Street Summit on November 14, 2019 (12 noon – 3 pm) at Coppin State University as none other than the ever-colorful Marsha Jews.
Who is Ms. Jews?
Marsha Reeves Jews has more than 30 years of C-executive level work experience specializing in corporate and military event planning, conference/tradeshow design, production and management; marketing and communications, public relations, business and relationship development and destination weddings production and live streaming.
Marsha Jews and Company, LLC (MJ&C) is a well-honed machine, as Executive Producers we provide a broad range of services to accommodate the diversity of our clients, industry, topical issues and subject matter experts for seminars, conferences, summits and workshops; our Diversity, Inclusion and Equity department provides organizations a solid package of well-seasoned professionals throughout a variety of industry.
Her LIVE Streaming Division, WKIM RADIO NETWORK, assists organizations in reaching their social media goals and objectives. After much research, recent findings ascertained that many listeners were listening online, on their mobile devices or watching live streaming programming. Armed with that information, it was decided that online live streaming platform would be created.
Clients include National Science Foundation: I-Corps – Innovation, the City College University of New York, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus, Career Communication Group, Inc. and the Black Engineer of the Year Conference & Women of Color STEM Conference;), National Organization of Black County Officials (NOBCO), Morgan State University’s School of Business and Management/Earl G. Graves Honors Awards Gala, City of Annapolis Minority Business Department, Columbia University – Institute for Learning Technology, and the Institute for Urban and Minority Education,
MJ&C has an extensive network which provides an impressive ability to scale quickly creating cost-effective strategic solutions in real time; whether our client is planning an upcoming corporate team building event, celebration, product announcement, gala fundraiser, be it large or small, we have the capacity and bandwidth to be mission ready..
Marsha Jews was the former Executive Producer and Host for KEEP IT MOVING Radio show on two National Public Radio Stations: Morgan State University’s WEAA 88.9 FM in Baltimore, Maryland and City College’s WHCR 90.3 FM in Harlem, New York.
Additionally, Ms. Jews is the Editor-At-Large-U.S. for World Bride Magazine and the former Director of Events and the Certified Wedding Planner at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum and the Founder of the Herbert Bearman Art Gallery in the Museum.
In the late 90s, Ms. Jews found her passion in working as Project Manager on three Community Technology Development grants at the Institute of Learning Technologies and the Institute for Urban and Minority Education at Teachers College/ Columbia University, where she led three federal grants; the Harlem Renaissance 2001 from NTIA/Department of Commerce; New York One-Net from the Department of Education and the Community Technology Center Banks from the New York City Council.
As the former President/COO & Associate Publisher for Career Communications Group, Ms. Jews let the ten million dollar multimedia company, Marsha managed the day-to-day operations for all aspects of Black Engineer and Information Technology Magazine and Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology Magazines, co-produced the annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference; and co-founder and co-producer of Women of Color Technology Awards and Conference; Co-Founder of the annual international Black Family Technology Awareness Week, the founding President of the National Women of Color Technology Association and the first staff member for the Stars & Stripes Awards Gala, founded by six Black Flag Officers from all the Armed Forces.
As Executive Director of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater Foundation of Maryland, Marsha was responsible for the overall management of the statewide organization and annually presenting the world-renowned Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, producing the annual Baltimore Gala and performance and launched AILEY/Camp for at-risk middle school students in three locations in Maryland in Baltimore City at Morgan State University, University of Maryland Baltimore County and Frostburg State University in Western Maryland.
Ms. Jews has also directed the advertising department for the 100-plus-year-old Afro-American Newspaper, Inc. for Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and Richmond.
During the big defense boom in the late 70s and 80s, Ms. Jews was the first black woman to work in the field of producing international military exhibitions for the United States Marine Corps. As Vice President of Operations for the Marine Corps League Exhibit Co., Ms. Jews handled operations for the annual exposition, Modern Day Marine Force in Readiness Military Exposition and the Amphibious Warfare Review Magazine – where she sat on the editorial board.
Ms. Jews was contracted by the French Embassy’s Ministry of Defence to coordinate the maiden product exposition for the French Nuclear, Biological Chemical, and Consortium for the United States Department of Defense in the courtyard of the Pentagon. Jews was co-producer of the First Black Flag Officers Banquet–bringing over 75 black generals and admirals from around the world representing all branches of the military to Washington, D.C. for a first time ever command performance, with Muhammad Ali as keynote speaker.
Marsha has won numerous awards including the Mercedes Benz’s Visionary Award and the Harriet Tubman Award; Marsha was featured in the inaugural edition of Who’s Who in Black Baltimore as a Community Leader; a Co‐Author in the Incredible Business book with 20 co-authors, and spokesperson for and Producer of the Welcome Event, Press Conference and VIP reception for the Baltimore City Visit of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum.
An avid volunteer in the Baltimore community; past president for Network 2000; Charter member and past vice president of the Baltimore Metropolitan Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women and co‐chair of Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Digital Sistahs; 1999 Co‐Chair of the Annual Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Gala; Chaired the 1997 and 1998 BESTFest Gala Fundraiser for the Baltimore Educational Scholarship Trust; co‐chaired numerous political events including the Democratic National Committees, Women’s Leadership Forum’s Fund Raiser honoring First Lady, Hillary Clinton; United States Senator Barbara Mikulski; Lt. General Kathleen Kennedy Townsend and Speaker of the House Cas Taylor.
A noted public speaker, Ms. Jews’ has spoken to audiences as either key‐note speaker, moderator and/or panelist and presenter for local, regional and national organizations. Most recently moderated panels for the Aspen Institute on the Arts and Community Development and she moderated the 2015 100 Black Women’s Gubernatorial debate and Moderated WEAA 88.9 FM 2016 Baltimore Mayoral Debate.
A sampling listed: a discussion participant on the working paper for The Morino Institute’s – From Access to Outcomes: Raising Aspirations for Technology Initiatives in Low Income Communities; and a participant of the à la SociétéAfricaine des Sciences et des Nouvelles Technologies (SASNET) conference in Brazzaville, Congo and speaker at the Martha’s Vineyard Youth Leadership Initiative’s Walter Cronkite Memorial Celebration. National Black Programming Consortium 2006 Convention; Towson University’s Women in Computing; Baltimore City College; NAACP/ACT‐SO; Johns Hopkins Technology Institute; The EEO conference on Race –England; The Digital Divide Conference‐hosted by the Jamaican Minister of Technology; International Alliance of Women Annual conference; National Association of broadcasters/HR Conference; State of Maryland Legislature’s State of Technology Conference; Society of Hispanic
Professional Engineers‐Women in Action Conference; Women in Technology International (WITI) Annual
Conferences; Women International Feminist EXPO 2000; University of Maryland Baltimore County Women in Technology; Black Data Processors Association annual convention; Annual Women of Color Technology Awards Conference, Advancing Minorities in Engineering (AMIE); and Harlem Business Alliance, Economic Development Summit : Moderator; Technology Panels.