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About First Boulevard

First Boulevard is a digitally native neobank building generational wealth for Black America. Though unbanked, underbanked and underserved, the Black community's $1.4-trillion in annual economic impact provides a significant base to build upon. By providing a platform focused on improving financial livelihood through incentive-based financial education, black focused spending by giving Cash Back for Buying BlackTM and automated wealth building, First Boulevard helps members remove the stress out of managing their money while also developing positive financial behaviors and habits to reach goals faster.

Current Campaigns/Projects

- Project Tassels with Terrence J

First Boulevard Co-Founders--Donald Hawkins and Asya Bradley--Are Available to Offer Value On Topics About...

Fintech & Banking, Black Culture & Social Justice, Generational Wealth 

Digital Assets

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About Call Me Ace

Call Me Ace is an independent hip hop artist, millennial professional and disruptor who challenges the status quo. In 2019, Call Me Ace released his debut album, Airplane Mode, which debuted #3 on the iTunes Top 40 US Hip-Hop Album Chart as well as #50 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Album Sales chart. In February 2020, Ace’s second EP, Working From Home, earned 1,000,000+ Spotify streams and media recognition from Earmilk.com, Medium.com, Chartmetric, ItsBizKit.com, Authority Magazine, NPR’s KALW Radio & more. In June 2020, Call Me Ace released Working From Home: Extended and used the EP’s pre-orders as well as Google’s gift-matching program to raise $10,000+ for Faith In Action’s Live Free campaign to end social injustice. The EP and fundraising campaign received recognition from AfroTech.com, Urban Magazine, FOX Soul, Columbia College Today, EnspireMag.com and more. Recently, his song “No Assistance” got a placement in the official NBA 2K21 next-gen video game. In February 2021, Ace’s second album Out Of Office, will illustrate a myriad of sociocultural topics that affect dreamers of color who aspire to build a sustainable legacy that exceeds the returns of a conventional day-job. Determined to use his music and professional knowledge as a gateway to connect with disenfranchised communities, Call Me Ace encourages his supporters to live a rich life, not just a life full of riches.

Current Campaigns/Projects

- Sophomore album Out of Office released February 5th 

- Recently released singles, "Work Like That," and "Love Goals"

- Semi-finalist of BET's #BETAmplifind contest 

Ace Is Available to Offer Value On Topics About...

Music, Business/Entrepreneur/Marketing, Tech/Digital Marketing, Black Culture & Social Justice 

Digital Assets

Instagram 

Facebook

Twitter

Website

 

About Lachers Reese

Lachers Reese is a well-established hairstylist that thrives off of rejuvenating the morale of her clients through beauty consultations and confident-boosting hairstyles. Influenced by her attraction to fashion and hair design, Reese started her career at Brio Hair Academy and became a licensed cosmetologist. Shortly after, Reese began her freelance career where she was granted opportunities to do hair for some of the most well known musicians and TV personalities of our time. Additionally, Reese has worked with QVC, Good Morning America; and assisted on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Her editorial clientele consists of Vogue, Quest, WAG, Jet, Social Life, and Greenwich Times. Furthermore, she truly enjoys giving back to the community and is a strong supporter of charities/organizations that provide support for women and children.  

Current Campaigns/Projects

- Owns her own salon in Black Rock, CT 

- Rebranding to align with her evolved vision 

Lachers Is Available to Offer Value On Topics About...

Beauty & Wellness, Black culture, Business/Entrepreneur, and Social Justice​

Digital Assets

Instagram (Lachers Reese) | Instagram (Lachers Bridal) 

Website

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About Academy of Independent Learners

At AIL students are not grades, tuition  or case numbers...they are people, they're OUR kids and they are OUR community. Each child is given individual attention, goals and a plan. At AIL we believe in a holistic approach to learning which includes: Tailored education based on the interest, needs and goals of each student; assistance for families; community involvement; and services to assist atypical learners. The school is an extension of Bridgeport Connecticut Conservatory of the Arts which has been around for 20+ years. BCCA and AIL are founded by Amarilis Rockhill. 

Current Campaigns/Projects

- Recently opened a new location in Bridgeport, CT

- Enrolling for Summer Sessions, After school, and the Fall Semester

Amarilis Is Available to Offer Value On Topics About...

Education (pre-K to high school), Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, Family & Parenting 

Digital Assets

Facebook

Website

 

About CT Office of The Arts

The Office of the Arts works to inspire a culture of creativity in Connecticut by supporting arts making and arts participation for all people.  The Arts Workforce Initiative (AWI) is a paid apprenticeship program that gives Connecticut college students, emerging creatives, formerly incarcerated individuals and military veterans an opportunity to gain high-level professional work experience with not-for-profit arts and cultural organizations throughout the state. This program is specifically designed for applicants from diverse and traditionally underrepresented backgrounds. A host organization must provide a hands-on and engaging learning opportunity that allows an individual to gain relevant skills and work experience in the arts.

Selected host organizations will be granted $3,750 per apprentice to be used to pay an hourly rate of $15.  Selected participants work 25 hours a week for 10 weeks for the selected host organization.  Participants receive payment from the host organization where their apprenticeship will take place.

Current Campaign/Project

- Arts Workforce Initiative 2021 Program (January - September)  

Digital Assets

Instagram 

Website

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