Marsha Jews

Host, Keep it Moving with Marsha Jews

Marsha Jews is host of WEAA’s Keep It Moving with Marsha Jews, which airs Mondays from 7-8 p.m. Marsha is a veteran media personality and public speaker with more than 20 years of executive level work experience. She is editor-at-large at World Bride Magazine and runs a consultancy practice, The Bissell Street Group, which specializes in business and relationship development, event planning, and marketing. Prior to founding Bissell Street, Marsha was president/COO/associate publisher for Career Communications Group; executive director of Alvin Ailey Dance Theater Foundation of Maryland; and vice president of operations for the Modern Day Marine Force in Readiness Military Exposition. She is a co-founder of the Women of Color Technology Awards Conference.

Marsha has won numerous awards including The Visionary Award/Mercedes Benz Corporation, Distinguished Women Award/Alliance of Black Women Attorneys, Maryland’s Top 100 Women, the Scout Award, a recognition award for the establishment of the Margaret DeMan Armstrong “Prize for Excellence Award” at the Baltimore School for the Arts, and State of Maryland Top Citizen Award/Democratic National Committee.

An involved member of the community, Marsha was an appointee of former Baltimore Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke as a Commissioner for Tourism, Entertainment and Culture; and was appointed by former Governor Parris Glendening to the Maryland Public Television Commission. She has served as a trustee for numerous boards, including the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, the Maryland Institute College of Art, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Enoch Pratt Library and State Resource Library, Port Discovery Children’s Museum, and the YMCA of Central Maryland. Marsha also served on the FANS Board of the Baltimore School for the Arts and the Maryland Citizens for the Arts Advocacy Committee, which was intricately involved in passing the arts and education program in Maryland schools under Governor William Donald Schaefer.

Marsha is a noted public speaker, and has spoken to audiences on topics ranging from leadership, diversity, work/life balance, entrepreneurship, and breaking the glass ceiling.

Host Marsha Jews brings you a wonderful full show — filled with exciting news, healthcare basic survival information, technology, and the arts. Jews hosts the recently retired Honorable Helen L. Holton, who discusses her new national position. Rahama Wright shares her incredible international social entrepreneur program in Africa. Tyrone Obaseki discusses his incredible foster care experiences and how the program must change. Angela Singleton discusses Maryland Technology Development Corporation's upcoming ICE Awards.

This week on Keep It Moving, host Marsha Jews speaks with the Honorable Dr. George C. Fraser, the Chairman and CEO of FraserNet, Inc. and the recipient of President Barack Obama's "Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award."

In the first half of Keep It Moving, host Marsha Jews discusses the Associated Black Charities: the mission of the organization, as well as the activities and deep work they are doing to impact the leadership of this region, and how they face real facts about racism and workforce development. Jews is excited to host Towson University's new President Dr. Kim Schatzel, an honoree during the upcoming Associated Black Charities Gala.

Keep It Moving host Marsha Jews speaks wtih Jan Desper Peters, Executive Director of the Black Mental Health Alliance for Education & Consultation;  trainer and consultant Mr. Richard A. Rowe; and Cheryl Maxwell, founder of the Carolyn Anne Foundation Inc.

Host Marsha Jews speaks with Annette Fisher of the Maryland Aviation Administration; Sharon Page, CEO of Synergy Energy Communications and Founder of Brown Girl Village; hip-hop artist Freeway; and Andrea Garris Jackson, co-founder for the MD Military & Veteran Women Business Conference.

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