I began my career in radio in 1990 while attending Temple University. The university radio station WRTI sparked a life- long love for radio and broadcasting in general. I have been an on air personality with Radio One for 9 years. I host community affairs talk shows on Praise 107.9 and Boom 103.9 FM. Outside of my dedication to the field of broadcasting, I served as a high school Drama/Dance/Broadcasting teacher, theater company founder, casting director, dancer, choreographer, costume designer, director, TV producer and actress. I landed lead and/or supporting roles in August Wilson’s Fences & The Piano Lesson, Ruined by Lynn Nottage, For Colored Girls by Ntozake Shange and Purlie Victorious by Ozzie Davis just to name a few. I am also dedicated to public health; I am a certified HIV Educator who works with a STD/HIV prevention education project for African American teen girls called SIHLE (see-lay) and a STD and pregnancy prevention program for teens called Plain Talk. I am the creator and executive producer of The Hype TV show, a young adult talk show which airs on Youtube. I hope to continue to share my gifts and knowledge while continuing to learn about myself through discovering the world.
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Today’s edition of Praise In The City is focusing on the Pennsylvania Primary Election and what it means for the community at large. Here to help us understand the ins and outs of this political process and to give insight on the candidates is political columnist Denise Clay.