The Boniface Chat Room is safe space where we can come together, virtually, as an intergenerational community to discuss topics and issues that are
important and relevant to young Black women.
PAST EVENT (December 3, 2020)
"How Mainstream Media Impacts the Self-Concept
of Young Black Women and Girls?"
Special Guests include:
Debi B. Jackson
Trenee D. McGee
Brooklyn native, Diamond Cooper is a New York based producer for the "Elvis Duran and the Morning" show on New York’s Hit Music Station, WHTZ Z100. >>>
Jennifer Jones-Austin, Esq.
As CEO of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA), an anti- poverty, policy and advocacy organization with 170 member agencies and faith partners, she has led and secured monumental changes in social policy and law in New York State to strengthen and empower the disenfranchised and marginalized.
Dr. Jamila Codrington
Dr. Jamila Codrington is a New York State Licensed Psychologist committed to serving individuals, families, communities, and organizations with greatness. She has over 15 years of experience helping others maximize their full potential, live life abundantly, and thrive in the face of adversity and social justice challenges.
Judge Nichelle A. Johnson
Judge Johnson graduated from C.W. Post College of Long Island University and then from Brooklyn Law School in 1994 with awards for outstanding trial skills.She was appointed to Judge for City Of Mount Vernon April 2016 to serve a ten year term.
Tatayana Yomary is a NYC based writer/editor. Starting from humble beginning as an intern, she has worked her way up to become an editor. With Over eight years in the media industry, her work has appeared in Hunker, Men’s Journal, Hype Hair, Us Weekly, Global Grind, and Sadiaa Beauty.
CEO of Ruff Ryder Records
[VIDEO] Watch our inaugural Boniface Chat Room where our special guest panelists and ambassadors discuss:
"How Mainstream Media and Social Media Impact the Self-Concept of
Young Black Women."