A special contribution to the National Black Radio Hall Of Fame 2018
“It's not just about getting a song on the radio or appearing on television. It really is about helping people change their lives one day at a time.
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Black Women in Radio are standing on the shoulders of legends. At first glance, navigating a career in radio filled with defining moments only affect you personally but in reality your
contributions are so much more. You are a part of the fabric of black women in radio history.
“Blacks were hungry for heroes. Black radio made instant heroes out of black disk jockeys all over the country.
–“Jockey" Jack Gibson aka Jack "The Rapper"
YOUR PLACE IN RADIO HISTORY
The National Black Radio Hall of Fame has launched a research initiative to focus on Black Women In Radio. You have a place in radio history. Tell us your story. Share your milestones.
Illuminate your path for those behind you. Broadcasting is more than just a job. It’s a culture. The content of our research will be presented to The National Black Radio Hall of Fame. We need your
participation to make this a successful tribute. Simply, give us an interview, submit your bio and remember to tag us @BlackWomenInRadio when you post on social media.
PARTICIPATE TODAY • Give us an interview.
Select “Interview Calendar” at
https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/ mmgn7a to find a convenient time for a telephone interview with Felesha Love. • Submit your info. Include your bio and professional photo to our research
team at BlackWomenInRadio@gmail.com • Tag @BlackWomenInRadio. While posting on social media remember to tag us so that we can celebrate your work. Facebook and Instagram - @BlackWomenInRadio Twitter
- @BlkWomenInRadio •
Contact Felesha Love, National Black Radio Hall Of Fame, Board Associate and Black Women In Radio project manager by email at BlackWomenInRadio@gmail.com or phone at 404-820-6839.
“I would be willing to say that I started the move to remove the stereotypeness and use our real names.“ https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/beta/exhibit/tQKCWDGh2AvJJw
–Novella Smith, a.k.a. "Dizzy Lizzy” from KYOK in the 1950s.
Felesha Love is a long-time Atlanta radio personality whose career highlights include working along side Ludacris and Ryan Seacrest. She’s entertained millions of loyal radio listeners
while working on Morning Shows, Midday Drive, Afternoon Drive, and speciality shows like Slow Jams. She also worked as a Traffic Reporter and Public Affairs Director. The Chicago native got her start
in radio playing Jazz at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. Currently, she is resolving the need for balance in radio and TV programming with rich wellness driven public affairs content.
The “Felesha Love Show is a one-hour talk show and the “MySpiritFitness Wellness Moment” are twominute edu-tainment informercials that are well suited for all formats. When asked why she chose
wellness as her platform, Felesha replied, “I saw a desperate need for balance in the media.” Felesha is the mother of two young women and author of Brave Leap to Freedom: Integrating Mind, Body and
Spirit to Cultivate Healthy Relationships. She fully embraces her Yin and Yang as a writer, teacher,coach, consultant and multi-media pro.
Bernie Hayes Founder Phone: 314-340-5773 or 1-866-206-9069 x5511 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
https://www.nbrhof.com Marsha Washington George 2nd Vice President of the National Board of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame and President of the Southeastern Region.
Felesha Love - National Black Radio Hall of Fame Board Associate