National Black Radio Hall of Fame's Constituents are actively involved in the field of Radio Broadcasting
Marsha Washington George
2nd Vice President of the National Board of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame and President of the Southeastern Region.
Author, America's only African American Female Radio Historian, Former Chairperson of the National Broadcasting Professionals Coalition of Radio. Atlanta, Ga.
Don Cody - National Black Radio Hall of Fame Central Florida Chapter President.
Don Cody - is a highly respected, seasoned radio veteran with over 30 years in the broadcast industry. He has managed top radio stations in St. Louis, Charlotte, Little Rock, Tampa, Norfolk and other major cities. Don founded Moses Media, Inc. Throughout the years, Moses Media, Inc. has become a Major Media Conglomerate working with clients such as; Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys, Lil' Wayne, Mariah Carey, 50 Cent, Prince, Ciara, Boyz II Men, Kanye West, Beyonce, Ludacris, Future, Rick Ross, Nicki Manaj and many, many more.
Joyce Coffman - National Black Radio Hall of Fame Huntsville - Decatur, Alabama Chapter President.
Started working at Alabama A&M University for WJAB in 1999 with the Blues at Midnight Show. Joyce's first love was Gospel; but, Mavis Staples once told her in an interview that Gospel and Blues are 1st cousins; and, that's why she loves both of her shows... Chariots to Glory on Sunday from 12-3pm and on weekends "The Weekend Edition of Sophisticated Sassy Soul Blues Saturday" from 4-8pm.
Bill Gay - National Black Radio Hall of Fame. Atlanta Region Facility Manager.
Coming on board as the Atlanta Region Facility Manager is Dr. William Gay. His valuable experiences include Radio DJ Personality on various radio stations. Classroom Instructor at the Elkins Institute School of Broadcasting and Supervisor Television Engineer with the Georgia Department of Education. Executive Producer of the Georgia Department of Education Television Entertainment Special “Atlanta International” which broadcast on the statewide ten station network, Georgia Public Television, Radio and Television Commercials, Clark Atlanta University Radio Personality “Bill Gay the Love Doctor” Heart and Soul Oldies Show , Creator and Executive Producer Director/Host Nouveau 1991 – 92 A Public Affairs Television Series for WPBA Channel 30, for the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs, “B.J. and Friends” a Arts and Entertainment Special for WXIA 11 Alive NBC Affiliate, and Japan Fest ’88 a Intercultural Television Special also for the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs. Dr. Gay has produced a variety of educational, news, public affairs, Arts and Entertainment, Commercials, Radio and Television featured programs.
Edward L. Buddy King- National Black Radio Hall of Fame Mid-Western Chapter President.
President at Freedom Broadcasting Network.
Former National Promotions at Stax Custom Labels - Stax Records
Owns three radio stations in Saint Maarten, Curaco, Netherlands Antilles and rebuilt the very powerful 500,000 watt Radio Antiles in Montserrat/ Antiqia West Indies.
Teddy Astin is V.P. and General Manager at TLA Real Estate Consulting. He was formerly with Tough Act Promotions and owner of Teddy's Live Entertainment at Underground. He is the former National Director of Promotions and Marketing for Warner Bros. Records. Teddy has come on board with the NBRHOF to work on a very historical project which will collect information on African Americans who once were and some still may be a National Record Promoter.
Casual Cal Dupree is an Atlanta legendary DJ,VJ, Dance Show host & MC and the first iconic African American Co-Founder, Co- Producer and Ringmaster of a touring circus in the entire World, Cal has introduced the concept of a soulful circus to America and the world. He re-crafted the Ringmasters role with his gifted personality, made for a live capture audience of all cultures & ages. After the HBO special of the Universoul Circus, HBO recognized the power of his talented drive and therefore had him host one season of K.O.Nation, boxing with a twist. V103-WAOK-WIGO talent has joined the National Black Radio Hall of Fame and has already held the first annual Kids Drop The MiC Award Program on behalf of the organization.
Paula G is a radio personality and host of "The Paula G Show" on Survival Radio Network. The show seeks to expand the mindset through worldwide conversations. Paula G also Co-hosts “The Quiet Storm w/ Paula G and Jerry Royce Live on Friday evenings on Positive Power 21 Christian Media. She can also be heard on the LMB Network out of New York. Paul G. will work with the Kids Drop The MIC Project and Reading at the Park Project.
Cynther Jones - Gospel Radio Announcer - East Texas Chapter
In June 1993; Cynther Jones began her radio career as a volunteer radio personality on KJTX 104.5 FM in historic Jefferson, Tx.
From 2 to 6 on Saturdays, she hosted a Hip-Hop and Contemporary Gospel Show called, "Young Saturdays". In 1997, she became the "Praise Reporter" for the "Fruit of the Spirit" television ministry. In 2009, she became Producer at KGLD 1330- AM . In 2011 she was nominated for a Stellar Award for Gospel Annoucer of the Year; she credits to the help of Dr. Bobby Jones.
PICTURE COMING SOON.
Khalile Thomas - Voice Over Artist, Animation, Audio Books, Business Projects, Documentaries, Educational Teaching Projects, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Music, Radio, Telephone and Television. Currently is the NBRHOF Kids Drop the MIC and Voice Over Trainer. Khalile will also interest the children in reading more though provoking history books as they discover the comforts of sitting in the park under a tree and reading black history, music history and more.
Twycetwins - Podcasters/Radio Personalities known as "Talk to the Twins Show" for the past 9 years. Promoting platforms for Prayer and Positivity, Comedy, Dancing, etc. Advocates against Bullying and Spokespersons for those who have Invisible Disabilities. Their Facebook page of Prayer and Positivity Group concentrates on Prayer and Spiritual Growth.