Stacii Jae Johnson, Host, Black Girls Radio WAEC 860 AM Atlanta
- Jan. 25, 2013 -
She will be stepping out onto a new stage and it's time to celebrate! Black Girls Radio (http://love860.com/black-girls-radio-stacii-jae-johnson)
host, Stacii Jae Johnson
, a well known political and entertainment influencer, accomplished business strategist, program developer, fundraiser, and professional actor with over 15 years of documented success will step into a new role as radio show host with the launch of Black Girls Radio, her newest and most powerful project to date. Airing on WAEC 860 AM (http://love860.com/black-girls-radio-stacii-jae-johnson)
in Atlanta, Black Girls Radio is set to launch on Saturday, January 26th at 2pm starring Celebrity Hairstylist Derek J (RHOA)
who will be debuting his latest song, Happy Birthday Chick
in honor of Stacii Jae's birthday. Nicole Lyons
, The first African-American to race in a major NASCAR series will also be on the show. Johnson will celebrate later that evening with friends and fans at the House of Peter Maxfield for an after party beginning at 7pm. Black Girls Radio
provides a talk radio format concentrated on providing a platform directly focused on all things feminine with a consciousness towards black girls. Show segment features include: The Social-list, What Puzzles Me, Girl Masterminds and For the Record
. "The Social-list"
will update listeners on what is happening in and around Atlanta and other major cities from events, concerts, awards shows, panels, galas and the like. "What Puzzles Me"
is an interactive segment that will focus on relationships. Stacii Jae will read letters she receives from listeners who are requesting relationship advice and at times, will feature well-known and qualified relationship experts.
Racing Trailblazer, Nicole Lyons "Girl Masterminds"
is dedicated to empower and pay tribute to women and young ladies nationally and internationally who are Girl Masterminds
. They are successful, powerful players who have found a way to fight through challenges representing various fields of the arts, corporate, sports and entertainment entrepreneurs. Johnson is excited to have Nicole Lyons
as one of her first guests, definitely setting a standard across the board. Johnson says, "Nicole Lyons is a powerhouse! She's the kind of woman we like to put the spotlight on in 'Girl Masterminds'. She's focused, determined and courageous and I know her story will be an inspiration to so many women.""For the Record"
is an opportunity for public figures such as entertainers, athletes, politicians and various people of influence to tell the real truth about accusations of untruths lashed out at them in the media. Johnson
states, "For The Record
is particularly important to me because I will offer people in the spotlight the opportunity to clear up and address any accusations or blemishes against their image. In a world where anyone can become a common-law journalist by simply blogging, reposting and retweeting on social media, it's hard to let your voice be heard above the fracas."
Known for her role as a top advisor and a member of Mayor Reed's executive leadership team for over three years, Stacii Jae
was known as the social secretary of the south and served as a representative and speaker on various panels relating to the City of Atlanta and the importance of the film/television, fashion, and music industries to the city's urban community and economy. Johnson shares, "Life does not always deal me the hand I want, although most times it's for the best. I am taking the hand dealt to me and finding a way to make it a winning hand. Winners always find a way to make a way. Winners win! I have always been a winner. Ask anybody that knows me."Stacii Jae
is the CEO of Mama Said Productions. Stacii Jae is a graduate of Spelman College, in Atlanta. She sits on the Alliance Theater Advisory Board and the International Music Conference Board. Black Girls Radio is a weekly program that will air on Saturdays from 2pm - 3pm on http://love860.com/
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