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INDIE REVIEW RADIO/ AARIAN PUNTER /Indie Pro

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With an extensive background in grass roots marketing, and youth development Aarian (formally Pope) Punter couples all her talents as a professional spoken word and motivational speaker with her current role as Program Manager for the Amachi New York Mentoring Program through the New York City Mission Society; a community based on-to-one mentoring agency that provides volunteer opportunities for caring adults looking to mentor young people who have at least one parent currently incarcerated. For several years prior to her work with New York City Mission Society, Aarian worked in the entertainment industry as both an executive and artist.  Aarian landed national voice over roles, worked as an actor in a comedy sketch team with Comedian Mike Epps and Donnell Rawlings and wrote and performed original ground breaking spoken word interludes on major recordings working with such artists as Anthony Hamilton; Hip Hop group the Lost Boys and R&B recording duo Koffee Brown. While performing she also worked at various after school community programs throughout New York City including Minisink Townhouse, Uth Turn, Educational Alliance, and Urban Assembly in the Bronx, New York.  Through NACA (National Association of College Activities) from 1997 to 2003 Aarian performed at over 50 Colleges and Universities throughout the United States as far as the University of Alaska at Anchorage. She is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, New York Alumne Chapter and continues to serve on the Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy for young girls ages 10 to 13. Aarian is a wife and mother of two; holding a Masters of Science Degree in Corporate Communications, from the College Of New Rochelle.   

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