The Ecamm Spotlight Series was created to give a space and a voice to black content creators on the Ecamm platform.
Each Tuesday, we spotlight a different content creator on YouTube and give space for that creator to share about their business, the work that they’re doing, and anything else they feel is important to voice.
Any super chats received during Ecamm Spotlight videos will be donated to that member’s charity or organization of choice. Ecamm will match the donations received. Thank you for helping us support these important causes.
Here are past Spotlight Series guests.
CrossTalks with Antwan
Crosstalks with Antwan is a video podcast that was created to promote cross dialogue (across ethnicities, races, genders, sexualities, political parties, economics, and more) and build bridges to make us truly the United States of America.
Subscribe to Crosstalks with Antwan at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqO9…
Follow Crosstalks with Antwan at https://www.facebook.com/pg/Crosstalk…
All superchats during this episode were donated to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Established in 1987, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) is the nation’s largest organization exclusively representing the Black College Community. TMCF member-schools include the publicly-supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs). Publicly-supported HBCUs enroll over 80% of all students attending HBCUs. Through scholarships, capacity building and research initiatives, innovative programs, and strategic partnerships, TMCF is a vital resource in the K-12 and higher education space. The organization is also a source for top employers seeking top talent for competitive internships and good jobs. Learn more about the Thurgood Marshall College Fund at https://www.tmcf.org/
Moniek James is a veteran, military spouse, speaker, author, columnist and serial online entrepreneur. Her passion is teaching small business owners and brands how to leverage content marketing to deliver their genius to the world. Moniek has been featured in the Huffington Post, Fit Small Business, VoyagePhoenix and Vitality Magazine and believes that entrepreneurship is a building block to economic empowerment.
Moniek is also the founder and CEO of The Confetti Collective, a lifestyle platform that empowers women of all ages to boost their confidence, and a boutique marketing brand, Renegade Creative Media Group that supports small businesses & brands with content marketing strategy and development.
Follow Moniek at https://www.facebook.com/pg/moniekljames
Follow the Confetti Collective at https://www.facebook.com/pg/confettic…
All superchats during this episode were donated to the Hattie B. BWIP Foundation. The Hattie B. Black Women In Progress (BWIP) was founded in 2018 in honor of Hattie Barnett, a woman who worked tirelessly to enrich the lives of the African American community in Sierra Vista, Arizona. Her commitment to family overflowed into dedicating herself to community service, outreach programs, and mentoring. This legacy has become the foundation for re-establishing Black Women In Progress as an institution for progressive change and unity. Hattie B. BWIP was formed in Hattie’s memory by her granddaughter, Acacia Barnett, owner of Acacia B. Brows & Beauty + Barnett Salon Suites. You can learn more about the Hattie B. BWIP Foundation at https://www.hattiebbwip.org
Bradley Vinson is the award-winning author of “Good Grief: Why Believers Can Grieve with Hope“, a keynote speaker, trainer and coach with expertise in grief recovery and trauma.
On May 11, 2016, Bradley’s 4-year-old grand-princess, Alanna, died in a tragic accident, starting his long journey to healing and helping others heal with hope.
Follow Bradley at https://www.facebook.com/bradleyv
Subscribe at http://www.youtube.com/c/BradleyVinson
All superchats during this episode were donated to Julia’s Kids. Julia’s Kids Incorporated is a 501(c) (3) organization that provides FREE group grief therapy (affectionately called “group chats”) for children and young adults ages 5-18 who have lost a loved one by death. You can learn more about Julia’s Kids at http://www.juliaskids.org/
Vondale Eugene Singleton Sr. was born on the Southside of Chicago – He started C.H.A.M.P.S. for young men in an effort to mentor young men with similar circumstances.
He helped organize the Award Winning Music Video at the White House Film Festival, which landed the C.H.A.M.P.S. a visit to the White House with President Obama. Vondale has won numerous awards and received many recognitions for his work with C.H.A.M.P.S. He was recently named the MLK Community Champion, “Father of the Year” for the State of Illinois by the Illinois Fatherhood Initiative, and most recently a Walmart Community Playmaker through the coveted Chicago Blackhawks, and a Illinois Distinguished Gentlemen of the Year.
He is married to his College sweetheart, Dr. Patrina Singleton. They reside in Chicago, Il with their two beautiful children, Promise Singleton (11), and Vondale E. Singleton, Jr, (6). He currently serves as a member of the MBK Alliance, BMEA of Illinois, and Board of Directors of Pulse of Perseverance, and Chicago Arsenal AAU Basketball Team.
- You can learn more about CHAMPS Mentoring at www.champsmentoring.com
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All superchats during this episode were donated to CHAMPS Mentoring. The Mission of the CHAMPS Male Mentoring Program is to Educate, Empower, and Expose African-American and Latino Young Men beyond the four walls of the school in order to help them to achieve their dreams and goals. Learn more and donate at www.champsmentoring.com/donate
Marisol Credle began her career with research at Yale University, gaining unparalleled experience in project management, while establishing herself as a respected online influencer. She is the creator of Top-Secret Songwriter, a company for beginner music creators to feel empowered and educated about the music business and to learn new skills through self-development.
She created the first-ever affordable starter kit for music creatives looking to start their own brand and business from home. Born and raised in Connecticut, Marisol is on a mission to empower individuals to dream big and turn their dreams into reality. Ms. Credle has used her social media platforms to impact individuals to discover their gifts and purpose in order to share them with the world. She is the co-creator of an online talk show, “Mission Mindset”, an Author and Transformation Coach. You can learn more about Marisol and Top-Secret Song Writer below.
All superchats during this episode were donated to the Equal Justice Initiative, which is a non-profit organization that works to end mass incarceration and excessive punishment, protect human rights, confront our history of racial inequality, and create hope in marginalized communities. You can learn more about the Equal Justice Initiative at https://eji.org/
John Girton, better known as Pastor G, is a nationally recognized advocate and trainer who leads by serving others in his community. His business, Girt Enterprises LLC provides design, video and marketing services to support urban servant leaders making impact in their community.
He’s also the founder of UniteForChange.org and creator of the Urban Servant Leadership Un-Conference.
- You can learn more about Girt Enterprises LLC at https://www.girtenterprises.com/
- Follow on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GirtEnterprises/
- Follow on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jgirton
- Follow on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/johngirton/
All superchats given during this episode were donated to the Urban Servant Leadership Un-Conference. Learn more at https://www.uniteforchange.org/un-conference