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  • March 15, 2015 9:33 PM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)

    NABFEME San Francisco Seminar presents the GAME CHANGERS in Technology.  A Must attend… full details on the Events Page!

  • March 15, 2015 9:22 PM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)

    NABFEME Detroit introduces the "Youth Masters Class"… a Partnership with Detroit Institute of Music Education (DIME).  Top executives bring "real-time" music industry education into the classroom. Get more info on the Events calendar.

  • February 14, 2015 1:21 AM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)

    As NABFEME continues in its quest to be recognized as the nation's most respected organization for women in music and entertainment, we are excited to announce the addition of two (2) new Operations Managers.

    Dr. Renee Matthews is at the helm in Chicago and Cynthia Tyre leads the empowerment charge in Wilmington, DE. Click on their respective networks in the menu to the left and find out more about these amazing ladies!

  • September 13, 2014 12:06 AM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)

    Here's the lowdown on the Women Who Jam! Showcase happening at Farafina Cafe & Lounge in Harlem, September 20th at 10pm! Comedian/MC Del Harrison will keep you in stitches! Prepare to be blown away via a powerhouse set from Chicago's Tarrey Torae! Rollin' in from Norfolk, Joselyn Best is your Saturday night "Rhythm 'N Blues" chic, while your ears get a total massage from the Neo-Gospel sounds of Ebony Baskin! Percussionist and Courtnee Roze: The Musical joins us with a set of chillin' beats that we promise will raise the roof! Special Guest appearance by impressionist Sylvia Traymore Morrison

  • September 12, 2014 11:04 PM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)

    Domestic Violence is everyone's problem and we can no longer be silent! It is very likely that you know someone, or you may be someone who is in an abusive relationship. The only way we can break the cycle of domestic violence is to speak out and speak up ... BREAK THE SILENCE!  NABFEME and Women Who Jam! have partnered with the Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence and will present "Breaking The Silence in Song" ... Oct 26th at Lavish! Information, education and more will be provided plus you'll enjoy an evening in song with the Divas of Women Who Jam!

  • July 17, 2014 11:51 PM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)

    Here's a feature from that covers NABFEME President Johnnie Walker moderating the Future of R&B Seminar at this year's Essence Fest.

    Recording Academy: The Future of R&B

  • June 30, 2014 4:31 PM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)
    We snatched this directly from JOYA's Facebook page following Detroit's SISTERS BEHIND THE BEAT!  Do you understand social media yak?? Well, Read on .... :-)

    @iamladyceo #beastmode thank you so much for your hard work and dedication! You did that! @ebonycochran @twanatells @chaneldomoniquemgt thank you ladies so much for showing you were simply phenomenal! Chanel, thank you so much for the gift bag. We love our shirts @mbthelight thank you Monica thank you so much presence was much needed and as always you were amazing! @pipercarter i'm so proud of you! Thank you so much - u truly spark the light! @toya Hankins thank you so much Toya❗️ your dedication is crazy! @belizeangyrl ur a sweetheart thank you so much for showing up U ROCK!! @bijouglamstar straight in from the radio station! And we were so glad you made it @search4herexist I found you! ReeJade Ur a powerhouse! We were so blessed to have you all and thank you so much for your contributions! @drudada U ROCK BRO!! With your help we were able to pull it off thank you so much Drew @thewrightgram A huge thank you to Megan Pouncy! Yeah hey rockstar! TU MISH -#DetroitCHE AND THE SQUAD TY Taylor Desiree #WSI @chilepeppa_ecj TY love -- feel better special thanks to DJ HENHOUSE DJ STARRSTRUCK TY you both so much! @pam_perry #thewright  Thank you and we appreciate you!  TY #PVlounge for the afterglow! TY #Ogletreats for donating your delicious cheesecake bites! We loved them! TY Eryka @thewrightgram and a huge HUGE TY 2 @nabfemeprez WORK IT LADY!! We thank you for being such a great inspiration, and a great mentor. TY 4 believing in Detroit! Our city has so much to offer and you saw the vision! S/o to DJ #PROOFS MOM 4 coming out and supporting us! #SALUTES TO EVERYONE!

  • June 21, 2014 8:49 PM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)

    In 2005 when the NABFEME Summit was in Chicago I made it a priority to attend because I have always dreamed of working in the entertainment industry. At this conference I met Karen Taylor Bass and her assistant Wendy Robinson.  Meeting these two ladies was the beginning of who I am today.  After spending the weekend with Karen, she  learned that I was a medical doctor and she gave me some advice that changed my world ...  she said “from now on you will introduce yourself as Dr. Renee.”  From that moment forward every person I met, I introduced myself as Dr. Renee.  At the NABFEME Showcase at the Harold Washington Center I saw a talented, young female rapper, Lady Te who is from my hometown of Detroit.

    Wendy encouraged me to ask her for her package and contact information.  I told Wendy I was just getting started and felt I needed more experience. I was not sure if I wanted to go in the same direction as her with my career in the entertainment industry. Although I wasn’t sure I took the chance and introduced myself to Lady Te and her parents.  After having the package for two weeks, I finally opened it to discover she was more than just talented but also professional and passionate about her music career.  Immediately I contacted her mother to learn more about Lady Te’s project and her mom was so impressed she was ready to sign the contract right away!  I remember when I sent my first press release/email blast Johnnie Walker emailed me and gave me a critique and I couldn’t believe that someone of her caliber took time to reach out to me.

    August 2005 Matthews Entertainment Group & Associates was born and from our work with Lady Te more notable artists started calling. Karen Taylor Bass is now my mentor/sisterfriend and she has emailed and called me after every major milestone in my career. Now in 2014 we are managing Steven Russell Harts lead singer of TROOP who is also a Grammy winning songwriter and producer.  My company could not have been successful had it not been for the contacts I made at the NABFEME Summit.  Those ladies introduced me to a world of people that I would have never known.  Most importantly, I would never have been known as Dr. Renee had it not been for my interaction with NABFEME.

  • May 01, 2014 5:09 PM | Anonymous member
    Happy Thursday NABFEME Sisters! :-) 
  • March 26, 2014 9:24 PM | Johnnie Walker (Administrator)
    “High Heels in High Places” represents strong, cutting-edge career women who through courage, resilience and wisdom have helped to redefine the positioning of women in the workplace. “High Heels in High Places” was created to showcase typical career women who represent untypical career advancement circumstances. You will be inspired, shocked, amused and amazed by their stories.

    Avery Sisters Entertainment and Theatre N welcome the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment (NABFEME) to the Delaware area. NABFEME will be celebrating the success of Delaware’s own female “movers and shakers” and “trailblazers” by presenting the “High Heels in High Places” seminar series.

    The professional seminar/panel discussion will have some of Delaware’s premiere professionals in entertainment discussing strategies on career advancement and their personal stories of success. Panelists include: Demia Avery of Avery Sisters Entertainment (Talent Agent/Publicist), Cynthia Tyre of Front Stage Entertainment (Music Promoter), Emylyn Q. DeGannes of Mejah Books (Author, Entrepreneur), Keiko Myrtrice of Divine Fashion (Fashion Stylist, Entrepreneur), Patty Harris of Hilton of Delaware (Sales Manager), Tracy Shy of Tracy Shy International Ministries (Recording Artist, Vocal Coach), Trineka Tucker of Gordesi Fashion (Fashion Designer, Stylist), Tywanda Howie of Naturally Redefined (Author, Entrepreneur), Katrina Banks of Life Line Coaching and Empowerment, LLC (Life and Motivational Coach).

    “We are so excited to have such a wonderful organization such as NABFEME visit our dear city of Wilmington, we deserve it!” “Although we are small, Delaware is “booming” with entertainment and it is about time we get recognized for it,” says Demia Avery of Avery Sisters Entertainment.” She also adds “we have a dynamic panel of professional women of color that are willing to openly share their stories to give encouragement, strategies and advice to aspiring career-minded men and women. We are looking forward to building a local NABFEME  Network."  
    NABFEME President and Founder, Johnnie Walker is scheduled to participate in the evening's activities.

    WHAT: “High Heels in High Places”

    WHEN: Friday, March 28, 2014 — Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

    Where: Theatre N, Nemours Building, 1007 North Orange St, Wilmington, DE 19801

    Admission: FREE!
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