Danielle P. Jeter, CEO & Founder of AOI Events and PR.
"Visionary, ambitious, and tenacious" are just a few words used to describe Ms. Danielle P. Jeter. Jeter's a 2010 graduate of Spelman College where she majored in history. After serving as Director of Marketing with several Atlanta based companies, Danielle decided to take her leadership skills and develop her business. Jeter founded AOI in 2009, a full service communications firm in Philadelphia, PA, which specializes in event production and public relations. The African American Chamber of Commerce of PA, NJ, and DE named Jeter The 2014 Young Professional of the Year, where she serves as the Young Professional Lead. Jeter served on the local planning committee for the first ever Forbes Magazine 30 Under 30 Summit in Philadelphia under the office of Mayor Michael Nutter.
Malcolm Kenyatta-Green, Founder of The Muhammad & Mary Kenyatta Foundation and Co-Director of the play "You Gotta Eat Dirt Before You Die."
A fixture of the Philadelphia collegiate poetry scene, he founded Babel (Temple's Poetry Collective) in 2008 and the created one of Philadelphia's most notable performance art shows, 'Babylon'. Malcolm has worked as a special assignment host for Comcast Newsmakers, covering the youth angle of the 2012 presidential election. He has performed and spoken at events throughout the east coast. He is also an LGBT advocate and at just 25 is the is the youngest member of the Liberty City LGBT Democratic Club Board of Directors, a Point Foundation Mentor, a winner of the prestigious LAX Scholarship from Bread & Roses Foundation for his dedication to the LGBT community and a 2015 BMe Leader (Knight Foundation).
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