Miss Black America Pageant Associate Producer & Media Partner, April Riddick
April Roddick, is best known as Mz. April- an Internet Radio Personality and host of the radio show "Tell Me Tell Me" on Hot101.net. April is much more than a radio personality, she also masterminds much of the business behind Hot101.net Internet Radio. April has a collaborative relationship with Latin Urban TV on Service Electric Cable and with Comcast Cable -Channel 125. She also has a collaborative relationship with Unique Blend Internet TV - Channel 55, which is a privately owned internet television station.
April Riddick,CEO and Founder of MZ.APRIL LLC is a photographer and basic web designer, who produces voiceovers, promotional videos and FM and Internet Radio mutilmedia marketing. She is also an Event Coordinator for various types of events, and has an A&R background. April is very active in her community. She is an Elected State Committee Person for the state of Pennsylvania. You can find more information about April at: www.hot101.net
Miss Black America Pageant Associate Producer & Media Partner, Rhonda Tharpe
Rhonda spearheaded an entertainment production circle that includes some of the most notable performers in the business today, and currently works side by side with Grammy Award winning artists. Stay on the look-out for exciting and unique events by Rhonda coming up this year! Currently Rhonda hosts “On The Grind with Rhonda Supreme", a talk and entertainment radio program on FreeAgentRadio.com and Power102.com.
To add to her credits, Rhonda is a recipient of the February 2017 Black Wall Street Award for Media and Promotion. She is also an actress with roles in commercials and recent films such as “Her Little Secret”, produced and directed by Derrick Hammond and “Creed”, produced by Sylvester Stallone and directed by Ryan Coogler. There is much more on the horizon! Follow Rhonda on www.rhondasupreme.com
The Philadelphia Chapter of NABA, Inc. is our official score tabulation partner. NABA, Inc. is the oldest and largest professional membership organization focused specifically on African-Americans and people of color in the accounting, finance and business-related fields. NABA represents more than 20,000 professionals in business and industry, public accounting, government, nonprofit and education, including those with the highly coveted CPA designation and students preparing for careers in the profession or related fields.
Since the founding of NABA, Inc.’s first chapter in 1970, membership has grown to
Brandi Morris, NABA Inc. Philadelphia Chapter President
more than 200 professional and student chapters across the country. Our membership includes diverse individuals in careers such as: entry and mid-level accountants, auditors and financial professionals, senior level managers and executives, firm partners, entrepreneurs, as well as accounting, finance, and business students.