Working Woman Wednesday. Hollywood’s Next Big Thing Christina Cooper.

Christina Cooper is an actress, director, producer, and author.  She is now the executive producer of Christina Cooper Productions (otherwise known as Christina Cooper Films). You might recognize Christina Cooper from her self produced film “Loyalty” which will be turned into a full feature film entitled “South Central Love”.  She also plays Miko on the…

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Shay McCray was born in Brooklyn, New York and relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, Shay always knew she wanted to pursue a career in acting. Currently Shay is the host of her own weekly radio show “The Shay McCray Show” on 106 Live Radio, as well as talk show, “The Shay McCray Show” on TST Network…

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Francesca Amiker is news personality and worked as a night side reporter in Jacksonville,  Florida before moving back to her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.  While attending Vanderbilt University she worked in Los Angeles and New York as a freelance entertainment reporter.  Francesca was one of the youngest journalists to report from the 63rd Primetime EMMY…

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Micah Dixon was raised in Cleveland, Ohio and a radio personality for Columbus Power. With an eclectic ear for all kinds of music, she chose a path that was her favorite. Her career in radio began as the co-host for Internet radio show, “Since 1974 radio.com”. Her outgoing, energetic, loud mouth personality kept the audience…

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Meet Kelli Riles from Ellenwood, Ga right outside of Atlanta. Kelli is University of North Carolina at Asheville graduate that went on to play professional basketball in the Turkish Basketball Federation and Euroleague Basketball. She works as a Basketball Development Coach for the Atlanta Hawks. You can catch her as an assistant with Atlanta Entertainment Basketball League….

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Shynieka Taylor is New Jersey native living in Atlanta, GA. She has her own show called MadTalkin that she created and produces. She is a alumni of the Ween (Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network) Academy, a program for women of color to spark a change. She appeared in her first film called Sustained in 2017…