Bigmama Didn't Shop at Woolworth's
Executive Editorial Project Management
Creative & Digital Rights Administration
Digital Assets Management
Publishing - Digital Production - Planning - Design - Copywriting/editing - Marketing - Digital Records
2019-2023, Editorial Project Manager, Creative Rights Administrator, O.W. Sadberry, Sr., Intermediate School. His late son, Oliver "Wayne" Sadberry, Jr., built his dream into a movement to honor his father, growing into a valuable public service, recognized by G.H.W. Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University.
2016-2019, Editorial Project Manager, International Olympic Committee project, featuring Olympic Medalist, John Rambo. This project included extensive family research, oral history, photographic exhibition. In 2016, honored by the California Senate for editorial project management of Cultural Heritage Programs. In 2016, presented the American Business Women's Association Shine Award for Cultural Journalism.
2015, Editorial Project Manager, Photographic Archivist, Preservation Manager, Curator: BREAKING THROUGH: Lighting the Way, book, exhibition and archival preservation of 12 African American Women who made a difference in the history of Long Beach CA.
2014, Editorial Project Manager, Winner: Ottis Lock Award & Cultural Research Grant for The Peterson Legacy, which emerged from an archaeology report ordered for African American landownership in Texas.
2013, Editorial Project Manager, Photographic Archivist, Preservation Manager, Curator: The Peterson Legacy Exhibition, George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum Texas A&M University, College Station.
2013, Editorial Project Manager, Moderator, Producer: National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Award, The Loving Story, How an Interracial Couple Changed a Nation, NEH Civil Rights Series, Created Equal.
2008, Contributing Researcher and Author: Harvard University African American National Biography, published by Oxford University Press.
2007, Author, Editorial Project Manager: Fighting for the People, a book about Negro League Baseball player, and civil rights activist, Ernest McBride.
2004, Television Producer, Winner: Arts & Entertainment Magazine, Charter Communications TV Producer of the Year Award.
2000, Contributing Researcher and Author: Reflections in Black: a history of black photographers from 1840-present by Deborah Willis, published by W.W. Norton NY; Smithsonian toured the collection internationally in 2002.