The Philadelphia native whose mentor was George Duke is performing her new single “I’m Not Ok,” from her new “End of Me” (EP) that premiered on BET JAZZ and CENTRIC TV on Monday, September 24th, 2012 at the Shrine in Harlem. Continue reading
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Ford Motor Company served as the platinum sponsor of the Jackie Robinson Foundation‘s (JRF), 5th Anniversary JAZZ on the Grass benefit concert (JAZZ), held on Saturday, October 2, 2010 in Sherman Oaks, California at the estate of Lynne and Oz Scott, renowned director and producer. JRF provides financial grants and support services to deserving college students.
“Ford Motor Company is proud to continue our legacy of supporting education through innovative programs,” said Pamela Alexander, director, Ford Motor Company Fund. “Our partnership with the Jackie Robinson Foundation is one of many investments we are making in today’s youth.” Continue reading
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