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Syndicated Columnist Eunice Moseley Awarded Doctorate in Management
Eunice Moseley, Syndicated Entertainment Columnist and Head of Management Consultant Firm Freelance Associates Earns Doctorate in Management
Her career in management started while in high school as supervisor of a fast-food restaurant (Ginos) at the age of 16. She continued in management as an E-3 level enlisted servicewoman in the Navy as supervisor of the Internet communications between the Navy and the Pentagon. After being honorably discharged from the Navy Dr. Eunice obtained a Bachelors degree in Telecommunications from Morgan State University in 1986.
After graduating from Morgan she almost immediately became business manager at The Baltimore Times newspaper where she found employment that same year. During her 18 years working full-time at the newspaper she also held the positions of accounting manager, sales director, entertainment editor and promotions director. Because of demand for her management skills she launched Freelance Associates in 1993 to assist, and sometimes educate, others in business management and public relations tasks. In 1999 she launched the "Uplifting Minds II" Entertainment Conference to educate artists about the business of entertainment and provide them with a platform where they can display their talents.
Aside from her Bachelors in Telecommunications from Morgan State University, Dr. Moseley has a Masters in Management/Public Relations (University of Maryland's Global University), a Masters in Business Administration (University of Maryland's Global University) and a Masters in Philosophy (Walden University).
She is also an author of two biographically based books of poems titled "Journey to Love" (Amazon and Barnes & Nobles). Her entertainment column, The Pulse of Entertainment, launched in 1990 and is published twice a week at www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com and www.EURweb.com. In syndication it periodically appears in The Washington Informer, Atlanta Daily World, L.A. Watts Times, New Pittsburg Courier, L. A. Sentinel and the Michigan Chronicle – to name a few.
A Baltimore native who currently resides in the Los Angeles County of Long Beach, she is celebrating 23 years of community service with the "Uplifting Minds II" Entertainment conference.