Hello everyone, I truly hope you enjoyed your Easter weekend. I pray that you and your family are in good health and safe.
This week, I want to talk about a young lady from Baltimore, Eunice Moseley who I have worked with for over 20 years at The Baltimore Times newspaper. Moseley is a syndicated entertainment columnist, singer and president of Freelance Associates, a public relations and business management consulting firm that she moved to Long Beach, California. Moseley has worked as a consultant and adviser on such film projects as “Sister Switch” for co-star singer/actress, Neenah Taylor and Agent Hollywood for lead actor and filmmaker Anthony Michael Hobbs.
Eunice Moseley was born and raised in Baltimore and has helped many talented children with her organization. When she relocated to the Los Angeles area in 2004, she founded and hosted the “Uplifting Minds II” Entertainment Conference annually in Los Angeles as well as her hometown of Baltimore. It’s a free entertainment conference.
Moseley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Telecommunications from Morgan State University, a Masters in Management Technology/Public Relations and an M.B.A. from University of Maryland’s University College and is pursuing a PhD in Management Leadership and Organizational Change at Walden University. Now is she BADDDDDDDDDD! Or Not?
There is still so much more about this fantastic talented young lady. I am not finished yet. As a syndicated entertainment columnist, Eunice has an estimated weekly readership of 1⁄4 million people who read her column, “The Pulse of Entertainment,” which appears on its website at ThePulseofEntertainment.com and on the website of legendary former radio Jock Lee Bailey’s at EURweb.com.
Okay, now that I have given you some background on my dear friend, I want to invite you to her event that I will be a part of as a guest panelist.
On Saturday, April 17, 2021, the 22nd Annual Baltimore “Uplifting Minds II” Entertainment Conference takes place virtually via Zoom from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Baltimore’s own Doresa Harvey from Magic 95.9 FM will host the event, which opens with industry professionals in a Q&A Session, a professional talent show case and a talent competition with vocals, songwriting, dance and acting.
The industry panelists include: Rosa Pryor (aka) “Rambling Rose” entertainment journalist and columnist with The Baltimore Times for over 32 years; Paul Gardner, II, the Gardner Law Group in Baltimore; Cheryl Warfield, a Broadway Opera Singer from NY; Nadiyah Kareem, performing arts instructor from NJ; C.I.P., music producer/songwriter & former ULMI winner from Baltimore; Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs, Artist Manager/Film Producer at Imagination Lunchbox, LLC; D. Baldwin, artist manager/producer at Underground Hits Production; Anthony Michael Hobbs, SAG.AFTRA award winning actor /filmmaker; Derek Price, Director Eubie Blake Center and Morris Dickerson, Youth Development Specialist.
There will be live entertainment followed by the talent showcase and national talent competition. The conference includes five singers, songwriters, dancers or actors who get four minutes to perform. The industry panel will select a winner from each category to receive the “ULMII Best Artist Award” and over $16,000 valued in prizes (products and services).
So do your thing and check this out.
Well my dear friends, I think I have run out of space, I got to go. If you need me, call me at 410-833-9474 or email me at [email protected]
UNTIL THE NEXT TIME, I’M MUSICALLY YOURS.