Thursday, April 11, 2013

What Have We Been Up To? The Dream Project Symposium

Photo Courtesy of Uptown Magazine
By: @1stLadyofPR

For those of you who missed the Dream Project Symposium (Atlanta), make a note to yourself to NEVA do that again!

We had an incredible time assisting with the production of this grand project! Egami Consulting's CEO, Teneshia Jackson Warner is a true courageous and bold visionary who obeyed the calling to produce this grand event that had the likes of Cathy Hughes (TV One), Russell Simmons (RUSH Communications, Global Grind, Phat Farm & Def Jam), Will Packer (Think Like a Man, Rainforest Films) and Master Life Coach, Sylvia High.

Attendees were encouraged to tap into their kid-selves and go back to those dreams they've always had, abandoned and to give them new life! Hughes was inspiring as she shared about the ups and downs of dreaming against the greater rewards of never giving up and having such great audacity!  The wisdom and knowledge we were privy to is incomparable so all I can tell you is to make sure to sign up for the next one!

In the meantime, enjoy these media clips and pictures and SEE YA NEXT YEAR!

Rolling Out Magazine
Uptown Magazine (Pictures)
Sister2Sister Magazine
Teneshia J. Warner (Egmai) and Entertainment Mogul (Simmons)

Tamika Morrison showing off her producer's skills!

Atlanta City Councilman Caesar Mitchell welcoming guests

From L to R: Mike Warner, Teneshia J. Warner, Russell Simmons, Comedian John Gray & Will Packer

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

What We've Been Up To? Tom Joyner Morning Show & More for Love & Money Expert Kenny Pugh

By T.MORRISON Agency Staff:

Hiya guys!  Please forgive the delayed blog posts - we've been on a great roller coaster ride from hanging out with Russell Simmons, Cathy Hughes, Teneshia J. Warner, Sylvia High and more at Dream Project to the Tom Joyner Morning Show and  Roland Martin with Kenny Pugh!

We've had incredible response to Kenny's platform since the beginning of the year.  Please enjoy the recap below:

Kenny Pugh with Roland Martin on Tom Joyner
Kenny Pugh article on
Kenny Pugh article on The Root