Dr. Marrissa Dick

Dawn Cauthen-Thornton | March 17th, 2017
Dr. Marrissa Dick

Dr. Marrissa Dick leads a triple life that keeps her busy around the clock and can even take her into the wee hours of the morning. They’re all fulfilling but require a lot of knowledge, work and dedication. Her two main lives consist of teaching college students about the world we live in, including the […]

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Shannon Nicole

by Alana Allen | March 17th, 2017
Shannon Nicole

Shannon Nicole is a courageous, fearless, inspirational speaker and most of all she is an advocate for victims of sexual violence. For more than 15 years, she has overcome many trials and tribulations that she endured at a very young age such as witnessing domestic violence in her home, being molested from the age of […]

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Sheleta Mason

by Terry Watson | March 17th, 2017
Sheleta Mason

She is a mighty woman of God who is walking boldly and firmly in His blessings and favor. She knows who she is and whom she belongs to. Her faith an unwavering commitment to her saviour is obvious and equally evident with everything that she does. Plain and simply said, Sheleta Mason is a child […]

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Travis Moore

by Terry Watson | March 17th, 2017
Travis Moore

Travis Moore

Travis Moore is enjoying his journey in the entertainment business. Known for his first leading male role, as Devlin Straightlin, in the indie film “The Present” by Terry D. Films, Travis realizes that nothing is too hard for God. His most recent role as Marlin Brown, on TV One’s Fatal Attraction, was his debut on national television. Travis’s face can be seen in Rite-Aid pharmacies across the nation via posters, brochures and web media. In addition, he has worked with various clients such as Lowes Home Improvement, IBM, Lenovo, Wrangler, SAS and Amtrack, to name a few.

As a little boy, Travis watched his courageous mother, Imogene Moore, defy excuses by raising both he and his little brother, Trevor, as a single parent with no complaints. It was her work ethic that has shaped and molded his, which he models in his career. His mother made it her business to expose her kids to the arts via summer programs, enrichment camps, historic travels and reading.

That inspiration and exposure helped to develop and enhance the gift of his imagination. His mother always talked about the importance of family and what it meant to stay connected. To this day, she inspires him to go above and beyond the call of duty. Being his biggest fan, she would support everything that he was apart of consistently telling him that one day she is going to see him on television doing great things. Travis remembers the simple words she used to say that had the most impact in his life, “Stay humble and positive, son.”

Travis loves every aspect of modeling and acting, but what he likes best is bringing characters and stories to life. “The finished product of a photo shoot, or commercial brings a certain excitement because while in the process you never know what you’re going to get,” he says. This excitement grew a high level of respect within him for producers and directors.

The Fatal Attraction episode has been Travis’ greatest opportunity thus far. It was his debut to national television and has garnered him lots of buzz and attention. Travis gained new insight about the biz and was grateful to network with key players in the industry. He is hoping this piece will be the start of more national work to come.

“People are my inspiration. I do it for the little boy without a father, the adult who has lost hope, and my family so that they can believe that anything is possible.” Travis has so many people who motivate him to keep living his dreams: his family, church (Power House of Deliverance), and community. One of his goals is to live out the words of his Pastor, Bishop Washington, “Make me a blessing so that I can bless someone else.”

Travis is a proud native of Greensboro, North Carolina graduating from both Dudley High School and North Carolina A&T State University. He resides in North Carolina with his beautiful wife of ten years, Natalya, and two wonderful daughters, Zoey and Zion. His passion is mentoring young men by challenging them to believe that if anyone can do it, they can. Travis stands on the principle that “the steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord, and he delights in his way.” – Psalm 37:24. Everything in life is about God’s timing. With projects lining up for 2017, Travis is looking forward to bigger and better opportunities coming his way.

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Duncan Butler

Duncan Butler | January 17th, 2017
Duncan Butler

Duncan Alson Butler was born in Greensboro, North Carolina. He comes from a family that is musically talented which attributes to his music ability. Butler’s father, the late Charles Alson Butler, recorded several gospel songs with the King Stars Quartet. His mother and siblings have been involved in music as music teachers, church musicians, and […]

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The Biting Spiders’ New Diet

Farrah Mitchell | January 17th, 2017
The Biting Spiders’ New Diet

The Biting Spiders’ New Diet, is a children’s book about a timid, black widow spider named Wendy who sets out to save fellow spiders from extinction by persuading them to change their DIETS. She must also find a way to rescue her captive parents who are being held in an exhibit by their local zoo’s […]

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Lateka Carter

by Terry Watson | January 17th, 2017
Lateka Carter

Lateka S. Carter is synergistically gifted and driven to produce and provoke change. She is a Filmmaker, Empowerment Speaker, Host/Radio Personality and Author. She has written her first book entitled, “Transition You in 90 days” to help others transition from the inside-out into a healthier, self-sufficient, and balanced person living life to the fullest with […]

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Safiya Nelson

by Terry Watson | January 17th, 2017
Safiya Nelson

Born and raised on the far, south side of Chicago, Safiya Nelson attended Catholic school all her childhood life. She was a scholar athlete, and by most accounts she was a “cool nerd”. After high school she joined the United States Army Reserves to expand her boarders. She later attended and graduated from one of […]

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The Making Of A Queen

by Tonya Dixon | January 17th, 2017
The Making Of A Queen

Alana V. Allen was four years old before she said her first word. She didn’t walk until she was three. According to doctors, she was perfectly normal. Nothing was wrong. She would talk when she was ready. Still, she was considered significantly delayed. However, that soon changed. Although Allen was always shy, when she did […]

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Janis Belcher Moore

by Terry Watson | November 18th, 2016
Janis Belcher Moore

Janis Belcher Moore says she is just a regular gal, a child of Janice and Robert Belcher. She is also a blessed wife to Kenneth Moore, and a mother to five children Dorian, Siera, Kenneth, Janice and Kenasia. Along with her grandchildren Trinity Nicole and Olivia Jewel, these are the things that make life complete […]

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