Natasha Lyonne4-Time Emmy Award Nominee
Natasha Lyonne is an actress, director, and producer. She is known for playing Nicky Nichols on the Netflix series "Orange Is the New Black", for which she received an Emmy Award nomination. She is currently starring in the Peacock series "Poker Face".
Tags: Orange Is the New Black · Poker Face · Peacock · Netflix · Russian Doll · American Pie · Kate & Leopold · Party Monster · DC League of Super-Pets · The United States vs. Billie Holiday
Danny GarciaPeace Activist and Former Military Chaplain
Danny Garcia is a peace activist, former military chaplain, and founder of Global Walk, who walked around the planet from 1996-2020. His efforts earned the nickname "Walking Man". San Diego Mayor Susan Golding named January 25, 1998 "Danny Garcia Day".
Collections: Veterans Day
Tags: Peace · Movement · Walking Man · Christian · Military Chaplain · Danny Garcia Day · United States Marines · Activist · Sergeant · Susan Golding
Sarah, Duchess of YorkUnited Kingdom
Sarah, Duchess of York (born Sarah Ferguson) is a member of the British royal family. She is the former wife of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, the younger brother of King Charles III. Her charity work revolves around helping cancer patients and children.
Tags: King Charles III · United Kingdom · Author · Children in Crisis · Sarah's Trust · Film Producer · Prince Andrew, Duke of York · In Search of the Spirit · Royal Household · Teenage Cancer Trust
Elizabeth EckfordCivil Rights Activist, Little Rock Nine
Elizabeth Eckford is one of the Little Rock Nine, a group of African-American students who, in 1957, were the first black students ever to attend classes at the previously all-white Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Collections: Black History Month · Women's History Month
Tags: Little Rock Nine · Little Rock Central High School · Little Rock, Arkansas · Pulitzer Prize · Arkansas National Guard · Lisa Marie Russell · The Ernest Green Story · Disney Channel · National Press Photographers Association · President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Kristerfer BurnettCity Council Member (8th District), City of Baltimore
A lifelong Baltimorean, Kristerfer Burnett is passionate about making Baltimore, Maryland a more just city for all of us. He currently serves as a City Council Member at Baltimore City Council. He has dedicated his life to the people of Baltimore
Tags: Baltimore City Council · Baltimore, Maryland · Affordable Housing · Urban Development · Education · Livable Wages · Safety · Social Justice · Edmondson Village · Passion
Zeke CohenCity Council Member (1st District), City of Baltimore
In Maryland, Zeke Cohen has represented the 1st District on the Baltimore City Council since 2016. His belief that "community comes first" was inspired by his mother's stories of marching for Civil Rights during the Mississippi Freedom Summer.
Tags: Baltimore City Council · Baltimore, Maryland · Northampton, Massachusetts · Community Comes First · Elijah Cummings Healing City Act · Mississippi Freedom Summer · Civil Rights · Goucher College · Johns Hopkins University · Public Safety
Joey AmatoPublisher, Pride Journeys and Founder, Pride Wealth Club
Joey Amato has honed his skill at developing powerful and effective PR campaigns. Those who have trusted Joey with their PR campaigns include international superstars, such as Dolly Parton, Cyndi Lauper, Kenny G, and Tanya Tucker.
Tags: LGBTQIA+ · Public Relations · Entertainment · Lifestyle · Fine Arts · Powerful · Effective · Dolly Parton · Cyndi Lauper · Kenny G
Armor for SleepRecording Group
Armor for Sleep is an American rock band from New Jersey. Their current lineup consists of lead vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Ben Jorgensen, lead guitarist PJ DeCicco, bassist Anthony DiIonno, and drummer Nash Breen.
Tags: Equal Vision Records · Sire Records · Alternative Rock · Atmospheric Emo · Dream Pop · PJ DeCicco · Ben Jorgensen · Anthony DiIonno · Nash Breen · The Rain Museum
CeCe PenistonBillboard Music Video Award Winner
CeCe Peniston is a singer. In the early 1990s, she scored five number one hits on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play. Her signature song "Finally" reached the number 5 spot on the Hot 100 and number 2 in the United Kingdom Top 75.
Tags: Finally · Former Beauty Queen · A&M Records · Warner Records · Universal Music Group · Phoenix College · ASCAP Award Winner · Billboard Music Video Award Winner · BMI Award Winner · Soul Train Music Award Nominee
Michel'leSoul Train Award Nominee
Michel'le is a R&B singer known for her songs from 1989 to the early 1990s. Her highest charting song is the top ten Hot 100 hit "No More Lies". Between 2013 and 2015, she was one of six members on the TV One reality show "R&B Divas: Los Angeles".
Tags: No More Lies · R&B Divas: Los Angeles · Biopic · Soul Train Award Nominee · TV One · Death Row Records · Priority Records · Ruthless Records · Dr. Dre · Suge Knight
Melissa GilbertEmmy Award Nominee
Melissa Gilbert is an actress, television director, producer, politician, and former president of the Screen Actors Guild. From 1974 to 1983, she starred as Laura Ingalls Wilder on the NBC series "Little House on the Prairie".
Tags: Screen Actors Guild · NBC · Little House on the Prairie · Child Actor · Laura Ingalls Wilder · Michael Landon · Television Director · Producer · Emmy Award Nominee · Timothy Busfield
David MazouzTeen Choice Award Nominee
David Mazouz is an American actor. He is best known for his leading role as Bruce Wayne in FOX's Batman-prequel television drama "Gotham" (2014–2019). He started his acting career with several guest roles before joining the FOX series "Touch" (2012–2013).
Tags: Gotham · FOX · Bruce Wayne · Young Artist Award Nominee · The Games Maker · The Darkness · Stanford University · Saturn Award Nominee · Teen Choice Award Nominee · Family Guy
Lily Chee is an actress, model, and singer. She was discovered at age 10, and she has modeled for brands such as Marc Jacobs Fragrances, Calvin Klein, Dior, Tommy Hilfiger, and more. Acting credits include Young Elektra in Netflix' "Daredevil".
Tags: Daredevil · Marc Jacobs Fragrances · Tommy Hilfiger · Dior · Calvin Klein · Young Elektra · Netflix · Model · Singer · Social Media Personality
Weili DaiCo-Founder and Chairwoman, MeetKai
Weili Dai is a Chinese-born American businesswoman. She is the only female co-founder of a major semiconductor company. In 2015, she was listed as the 95th richest woman in the world by Forbes. Her estimated net worth is $1.6 billion, as of December 2021.
Tags: Shanghai, China · MeetKai · Forbes · Marvell Technology Group · University of California, Berkeley · STEM · University of California, Berkeley · Artificial intelligence · Canon Research Center America · Give2Asia
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Tony Lindsay is a producer and director, known for "Where Hearts Lie" (2016). The film features such notable actors as Clifton Powell ("Ray", "Rush Hour", "Next Friday"), Malik Yoba ("Empire", "Why Did I Get Married?"), and Taral Hicks ("A Bronx Tale").
Tags: Where Hearts Lie · Director · Producer · Clifton Powell · Malik Yoba · Taral Hicks · Kingsmen Films · Brooklyn, New York · Ocktober Film Festival · True Events
Christian John WikaneCo-Producer, "Unscripted: Conversations with Christian John Wikane" and Contributing Editor, PopMatters
Christian John Wikane has interviewed over 500 recording artists, including Paul McCartney, Donna Summer, Annie Lennox, Maurice White, Carly Simon, and Kenny Gamble. He is currently Co-Producer of "Unscripted: Conversations with Christian John Wikane".
Tags: Music · Liner Notes · PopMatters · Journalist · Casablanca Records · Paul McCartney · Janelle Monáe · Kathy Sledge · Dionne Warwick · Melba Moore
Tracy RookardFounder and Creator, The Naked Face
Tracy Rookard is Founder and Creator at The Naked Face. The company is dedicated to creating products that use fresh, natural ingredients that you can pronounce. All of their products are designed with you in mind. You never have to wonder when you shop.
Tags: Products · Natural Ingredients · Love · Purpose · Founder · Creator · Fresh · Individual Attention · Detail · Hand-Mixed
Matt SkallerudPresident, Pink Media
Matt Skallerud is President at Pink Media. The company helps reach the LGBTQ+ community, using social media and strategic media placement. Current and past clients include American Airlines, Comcast, Mercedes-Benz, Southwest Airlines, and Wells Fargo.
Tags: LGBTQ+ · Business Owner · Social Media · Marketing · Advertising · Campaigns · Influencers · Analytics · Sponsorships · Pride
Zaylore Stout, Esq.Author and Employment Law Attorney, Zaylore Stout & Associates
Zaylore Stout, Esq. is an employment law attorney. He is the author of "Our Gay History in 50 States", an LGBTQIA+ history book highlighting the most significant people, places, and "queer facts" on a state-by-state basis.
Tags: Law · History · Author · Employment Law · 50 States · Significant People · Queer Facts · Minneapolis, Minnesota · LGBTQIA+ · Investigations
Sidney PoitierAcademy Award Winner and Grammy Award Winner
Sidney Poitier was a Bahamian-American actor, film director, and ambassador. In 1964, he was the first African-American and first Bahamian to win the Academy Award for Best Actor. He also received two competitive Golden Globe Awards.
Collections: In Requiem · Black History Month
Tags: Academy Award Winner · Queen Elizabeth II · Diahann Carroll · Grammy Award Winner · Actor · Ambassador · British Academy of Film and Television Arts · American Negro Theater · Golden Globe Award Nominee · The Walt Disney Company
Bob SagetGrammy Award Nominee and Actor
Bob Saget was a comedian, actor, and television host. His acting roles included Danny Tanner on the sitcom "Full House" (1987–1995), its sequel "Fuller House" (2016–2020), and the voice of Ted Mosby on the sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" (2005–2014).
Collections: In Requiem
Tags: America's Funniest Home Videos · Full House · Comedian · How I Met Your Mother · Fuller House · Grammy Award Nominee · Actor · Netflix · ABC · Temple University
Steven Curtis Chapman5-Time Grammy Award Winner
Steven Curtis Chapman is an American contemporary Christian music singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, author, and social activist. As of 2014, he has sold more than 10 million albums and has 10 RIAA-certified Gold or Platinum albums.
Tags: Adoption · Grammy Award Winner · Dove Award Winner · Christian · Honorary Doctorate of Music · Anderson University · Certified Platinum · Short Form Music Video of the Year · Social Activist · Author
Rationale is a Zimbabwe-born British singer-songwriter, formerly known as Tinashé. He is known for his soulful R&B and indie pop style with electric influences. His alias Tinashé was known for his synthpop sound and his African influences.
Tags: Zimbabwe · African · R&B · Indie Pop
Aaliyah5-Time Grammy Award Nominee
Aaliyah was an American singer, actress, dancer, and model. She has been credited for helping to redefine contemporary R&B, pop and hip-hop, earning her the nicknames the "Princess of R&B" and "Queen of Urban Pop".
Tags: Grammy Award Nominee · R&B · Pop · Actress
Quavo is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is best known as the co-founder and current frontman of hip-hop/trap trio Migos. Quavo is related to his fellow Migos members, being Takeoff's uncle and Offset's cousin.
Tags: Migos · Grammy Award Nominee · Hip-Hop
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