“Upcoming Guest on The Madison Jaye Show”
NEXT FEW EPISODES of “The Madison Jaye Show” : July 2019 - The Spirituality of Business | July 2019 - The Importance of Traveling for Spirituality | August 2019 - The Sexuality of Spirituality
EPISODE: THE BUSINESS OF SPIRITUALITY || PANEL DISCUSSION “I AM MY BROTHER KEEPER”
TOPICS : SPIRITUALITY, MENTAL HEALTH, BUSINESS, AND BROTHERHOOD
GUEST ANTHONY FRASER (ABF CREATIVES), TRAVIS WEEKES (DRIVEN SOCIETY), JAMEER POND (BET’S BLACK COFFEE) & REGGIE CAX
Anthony FRASEr - ceo of abf creatives
Anthony Frasier is an entrepreneur and community leader from Newark, NJ. After years in the trenches coaching and hosting conferences for underrepresented groups in tech, Anthony noticed a common theme: Young entrepreneurs of color aren't getting good advice. There was an abundance of resources focused on technical help, but nothing on personal development. Don't Dumb Down Your Greatness is a mental guidebook for young entrepreneurs of color. Frasier shares the essential steps you have to take to mentally develop yourself for hardships with entrepreneurship. He shares stories and anecdotes from his personal life and breaks down the lessons learned from each experience.
ABF Creative is a storytelling and podcast production company focused on creating exceptional branded, original narrative, and live podcasts for multicultural audiences. We help bridge the gap between authenticity, storytelling, and marketing
Travis Weekes - CEO Driven Society
Travis Weekes is the CEO of Driven Society. Driven Society is development firm for multicultural entrepreneurs, creatives, and professionals.
Driven Society is the leading platform for multicultural professionals and creatives. They are an organization focused on building success for millennial’s and post-millennial’s by providing professional resources, mentorship, and specialized live events.
With their experience in event production and creative strategy, they develop dynamic and unconventional campaigns that deeply resonate with and influence multicultural millennial audiences, while offering greater consumer insight to our clients.
Driven Society are brand strategists, event producers, digital marketers, influencers and content creators. Last, but not least, they are extremely driven.
Reginald Calixte is the founder & CEO of Little Engine Media.
Reginald Calixte is the founder & CEO of Little Engine Media. LEM is a digital media agency that specializes in content creation, Curated experiences & influencer marketing. Reginald is also host of the Thought Hack Podcast. He has worked with influencers all over the world and worked with brands like Microsoft, Turtle Beach & Monster Energy. Reginald also is part of a network of mentors that help startup founders internationally.
Jameer pond - bet personality
WHO IS JAMEER POND? At the tender age of fourteen, a young Jameer Pond knew he was destined for something greater than sports and average activities. Jameer recognized early his superpower for entertainment, media and comedy; thus, catapulting full force into what would become his successful career as a host and digital media maven. This Lincoln University alumnus has given new meaning to the word, “host,” with his witty commentary and silly, intellectual, passionate and vulnerable attributes. To name a few, Jameer has been featured on notable outlets such as MTV and served as an on-air personality and social commentator at Genius, AOL Build Series, WBLS, HOT 97, BuzzFeed, and Grapevine while receiving accolades from some of the entertainment industry’s top networks and publications. With hard work and determination being no stranger to his character, Jameer has recently been tapped as a co-host on BET’s latest installation, “Black Coffee,” a morning talk show alongside Gia Peppers and Marc Lamont Hill. Black Coffee guests thus far have included civil rights activist Shaun King, actress Robin Givens and Power actor Rotimi. As a media correspondent and content creator, Jameer has the know-how for finding captivating story angles and providing any audience with different complexities and perspectives of what Blackness looks like