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Marsha Reeves Jews is a woman with diverse experiences and interests; which has resulted in her ability to relate to a broad and diverse client base, as well as working in a variety of industries. Co-Founder of the 15th Annual Women of Color Technology

Marsha Reeves Jews is a woman with diverse experiences and interests; which has resulted in her ability to relate to a broad and diverse client base, as well as working in a variety of industries; from for profit to NGO’s.

Marsha is the Executive Producer and Host of KEEP IT MOVING with Marsha Jews on WEAA 88.9FM, a National Public Radio Station. Keep It Moving is a refreshing new one hour talk show, filled with unpredictable commentary and viewpoints on political, topical, personal, and social issues. Keep It Moving is the perfect recipe for an intriguing, informative show that entertains, but also inspires. It’s “hard edged” but not without a healthy dose of humor and education. Expect the unexpected each time you tune in where the nation’s leaders and experts stop by to discuss science, technology, business, diversity, life’s lessons, the arts and current events; providing the platform for change in people’s lives – the call to action to volunteer and work harder within their own families, communities and business. Additionally, Marsha is the editor at large for World Bride Magazine, while simultaneously works as the Curator of the Herbert Bearman Art Gallery and Director of External Events at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum. Marsha has more than 20 years of C-Level experience and entrepreneur with her former business consulting firm the Bissell Street Group has a vertical market client list which included a vast spectrum of industries for a diverse client base: Institute for Learning Technology and the Institute for Urban and Minority Education at Columbia University; The City of Annapolis, Minority and Small Business Economic Development Enterprise; MILVETS Systems, Inc; Renaissance Systems, Inc; The Baltimore Empowerment Zone;Producer of the first and only French Ministry of Defence’s Nuclear, Biological Chemical Consortiums’ exhibition in the court yard of the United States PentagonNational Urban League; Baltimore Urban League; Alignment Strategies, Inc; VanJo Productions; Urban Cyberspace; Tuskegee University, Engineering and Physical Science Department, Channel 75-Baltimore Cable Access; Stone Soup Leadership Institute, Black Engineer of the Year Award Conference, Charm City Cupcakes and GVC-INET. Marsha has worked with a myriad of companies in diverse leadership capacities; former Owner of ZZAJ Art Gallery in Harlem; and past Vice President of Operations for the Modern Day Marine Force in Readiness Exposition; Executive Director of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre Foundation of Maryland; President/COO/Associate Publisher of the Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology Magazine and the Black Engineer and Information Technology Magazine; Producer of the Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference and co-founder and Producer of the Women of Color Technology Awards Conference and their respective Awards Ceremonies; Member of the Editorial Board and Director of Advertising for the Amphibious Review Magazine; Advertising sales representative for WEBB AM radio; Advertising Director for the Afro-American Newspaper, former On-Air Talk Show Host and Executive Producer for the Marsha Jews Radio Show on WHCR, 90.3 FM, New York - produced live in the studio and on the Internet with two remote broadcasts on the web from Vieques, Puerto Rico and Brazzaville, Congo. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS:Current: International Advisory Board Member of the Stone Soup Leadership Institute and the Vieques Youth Leadership Initiative; World Ebony Network, Former Mayoral Appointee of Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke as a Commissioner for Tourism, Entertainment and Culture; Former Gubernatorial Appointee of Governor Parris Glendening as commissioner for the Maryland Public Television Commission; Trustee for the College of Notre Dame and Maryland Institute College of Art; Trustee of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; founding board member of the Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations; Trustee of Enoch Pratt Library and State Resource Library; Port Discovery Children’s Museum; Maryland YMCA Central Maryland; Executive Council and Member of Women’s Leadership Forum/DNC; American Cancer Society State Board; Baltimore Educational Scholarship Trust; LIFESONGS for AIDS; FANS Board of the Baltimore School for the Arts and the Maryland Citizens for the Arts Advocacy Committee which was intricately involved in passing the arts and education program in Maryland Schools under Governor William Donald Schaefer. COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES: Ms. Jews 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. Jews has 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. SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS: A noted public speaker, Ms. Jews’ has spoken to audiences as either key-note speaker, moderator and/or panelist and presenter for several national organizations: Speaker at the PNC Bank sponsored Mind Your Business - Ladies Who Launch: A Seminar on Building Your Business in a Modern World Moderated Breakout Session: Networking & Navigating Social/Gender/Racial Challenges; Keynote Speaker during Women History Month in Maryland for the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce, 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); Harlem Business Alliance, Economic Development Summit : Moderator; Technology Panels; 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; a participant of theà la Société Africaine des Sciences et des Nouvelles Technologies (SASNET)conference in Brazzaville, Congo, and Congressman Elijah Cummings’ Youth Leadership Summit; Keynote Speaker Baltimore Chamber of Commerce - Women's History Month; Real Women/Real Talk; Panelist w/ Associated Black Charities-Women & Race.

Marsha attended Dillard University, New Orleans, and a graduate of the Greater Baltimore Leadership Class of 1994 and the Long & Foster Real Estate Institute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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