Keep It Moving with Marsha Jews

Mondays, 7-8 p.m.

Keep it Moving with Marsha Jews is a lively hour of interviews and commentary. It’s “hard-edged,” but not without a healthy dose of humor and education. This engaging forum is where listeners can amass information and listen to a passionate host who brings great conversation that surprises and educates a discerning audience. 

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Marsha Jews launches Keep It Moving with Marsha Jews & Company.  You know how the dinner conversations are easy breezy, comfortable, no stress or pressure. In Marsha's new format, she will periodically include dear friends or subject matter experts to sit in the studio and co-host while discussing important or timely topics. 

Keep It Moving Feb 23

Feb 28, 2017

Keep It Moving host Marsha Jews speaks with artist Loring Cornish, film director A.J. Ali, and comedian Ivan Martin.

Keep It Moving Jan 23

Jan 24, 2017

Keep It Moving host Marsha Jews speaks with Dr. Eugene M. DeLoatch, a former dean and professor of the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr School; Dr. David Wilson, the 12th president of Morgan State University; Dr. Tyrone D. Taborn, publisher, chairman and CEO of Career Communications Group; Shelonda, President and CEO of greiBO entertainment; and Matthew Reeds, a senior Information Science and Systems major in The Earl G. Graves Honors School of Business and Management at Morgan State University.

Keep It Moving Jan 9

Jan 10, 2017

A note from Keep It Moving host Marsha Jews:

The January 9 show is a true mix bag of information. First two security experts, Robert Johnston, CEO of Adlumin, Inc., and John Halinski, CEO at S & R Investments, Inc., discuss the hacking of the DNC's emails and the upcoming challenges with security at the airports. 

Keep It Moving Jan 2

Jan 3, 2017

Host Marsha Jews discusses BrownGirl Village, an amazing non-profit organization launching for young girls. BrownGirl Village is a global movement to empower girls to become independent leaders of the future through entrepreneurship, exposure, self development, and mentorship. 

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