is an Attorney Advisor and is co-founder of Social Esquire, a boutique marketing company. Rochelle applies her company's slogan: "Living outside the box, coloring outside the lines" to all facets of her life incorporating that beyond boundaries mentality to her volunteerism. She is a key force behind Social Esquire's My EmpoWOMENt Campaign which empowers women globally by providing support to charities that assist women.Rochelle was recognized by Legacy Magazine as 2011 "Top 40 Under 40 Black Professionals of Today and Tomorrow" in South Florida. A member of Junior League Miami, she also volunteers with Hands on Miami and Big Brother Big Sister.
is an award-winning journalist and the creator, Executive Producer, writer, and host of Miami Now TV. She's also the force behind the show's signature event "Vote in Vogue: The Chic Voter Registration Drive". The magazine format program was conceptualized and penned while she was still a broadcasting student. She joined the first news team on TeleAmerica Broadcasting Network as the International News Anchor/ Multimedia Producer. Prior, Michelle freelanced as an Entertainment Reporter/TV Host covering red carpet events, fashion shows, major award shows, and hosting a live local program. Her interviewees include media & fashion mogul Kimora Lee Simmons, Hip-Hop tycoon Russell Simmons, superstar athletes Shaquille O’Neal and Alonzo Mourning, R&B performer/songwriter Ne-yo and more! Though Michelle laughs and didn’t consider herself a “real” model then because she loves to eat and is working on getting an exercise routine, she has appeared in commercials for global brands like MTV, KFC, My33, and a video spokesmodel for Broward College. Legacy Magazine has listed Michelle as one of south Florida's 40 Under 40.
In February 2012, Mark G.
became a member of the Hip Hop Caucus (the authors of the Respect My Vote campaign.) He is the lead committee member of the Miami chapter in full agreement in the mission of the movement whose focus is on educating, registering, and mobilizing young people of color between 18-39 who live in urban & rural communities to understand the importance of social & political involvement in order to make a positive change in the community.
Born in Brooklyn New York as first generation Jamaican, and raised in Brooklyn until his teenage years, Mark then moved to Miami. Mark is the CEO of GOOD VIBES ENTERTAINMENT established in 2007, “our goal is to bring the masses quality musical events w/o the pretentiousness, from parties to concerts it will always be about the good vibe you experience!” You may have heard about his longest running event “Classic Sundays” at Love Hate Lounge. Old School Hip Hop party 5 years in the making, Classic Sundays has become a staple on South Beach. Many A-list celebrities have graced Classic Sundays with their presence, “We create an atmosphere where they can just come & be themselves, no shout outs on the mic we just let them be, so they can enjoy the vibe” says Mark! This laid back individual also displays the skills of an emcee, he is a published songwriter under BMI. He is ⅓ of the Hip Hop group Basic Vocab who released their debut album “The General Dynamic in 2006. To their surprise the single “Come Get With It” was picked for an episode of HBO’s hit show “Entourage” which gave them worldwide recognition. Since then they have released another LP “A Better Way” you can find all of their product on iTunes & all other digital outlets.
Mark G. can be heard on the “The B-side Lounge” every Sunday from 8p-10p on MOCRadio.com with his co-host Ingrid B. “I am your musical pusher”