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Special Guest Mo Stegall

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A visionary, pioneer and journeyman, Mo Stegall transcends any medium he touches. From media personality and producer to philanthropist, empowerment speaker and author, his creativity, wit and engaging persona have earned him recognition as an emerging community leader. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Mr. Stegall has enjoyed a successful career as a radio and television personality, which afforded him opportunities to work with the BET Hip-Hop Awards the CMA Awards, and countless recognizable entertainers and community leaders. But his deepest passion and desire is personal growth and development and to empower others to achieve greatness. And with a warm and captivating presence, he has integrated his television/radio career with his desire to serve. Mr. Stegall is a global humanitarian who less than ten years ago was homeless, endured the loss of his mother to AIDS and experienced several life setbacks but has championed his journey and dedicated his life to serving others. He has assisted with Missions abroad including putting shoes in undeserved communities with the Samaritans Feet Organization in Lima, Peru, he has empowered college students along side acclaimed actor and best selling author Hill Harper on the UNCF HBCU Empower Me Tour, was recently named Youth Empowerment Ambassador for the National Urban League's I Am Empowered campaign and is an advocate for empowering women to discover their inner jewel. Stegall is also an active HIV/AIDS activist. Since losing his own mother to the disease he has worked tirelessly to lead and support HIV/AIDS education, awareness and prevention initiatives across the country and has recently produced the soon to be released documentary entitled “RasberriRose: Life Before HIV & After AIDS.” The film is a ravishing depiction of two women and their families, including his own mother, living and coping with the virus.