Jeannie’s talents extend to doing voiceovers for the WNBA and spokesperson for several major corporations including IPOD, Coca Cola, GMC, Anheuseur-Busch, MAC Cosmetics and L’OREAL Paris. She is also a featured music critic (WTTG-FOX 5 Morning News, BET, The Washington Post, and XM Satellite), a motivational speaker and community activist through The Jeannie Jones Position To Transition Series.
She has received numerous awards including the NAACP Leadership Award for donating her time and resources to such organizations as the American Heart Association, The Washington Humane Society, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Children’s National Medical Center, Miss USA Pageant, Urban Journalism Workshop for National Public Radio, The Jeannie Jones Beltway Fitness Tour, BETRapItUp Tour for Education and Prevention of HIV/AIDS, Susan G.Komen Walk to End Breast Cancer, Cecile House for Haiti, and she is a member of the National Association for Female Executives. Jeannie vows to “always encourage youth to be the best they can be” and “elevate tomorrow’s leaders today” through her mentoring program and Grant My Wish Foundation.
Nate ”Impact” Jolley is an American multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, best known for his drumming alongside many of today’s emerging new artist. A graduate of Johns Hopkins with a degree in jazz studies. After graduation, Nate made a name for himself working with some of the greatest in the business, Producing/Touring/& Opening for such artists as John Legend, Ron Carter, James Moody and McCoy Tyner, Cynda Williams from Spike Lee’s “Mo Better Blues,” and Malcolm Jamal Warner from the “Cosby Show” and many more.
Nathan and his twin brother Noble’s latest
CD , ”Memoirs Between Brothers”, has gained
positivereception and award recognition. Mike
West of the Washington City Paper writes,
“drummer Nate Jolley adds a level of sharp
hip-hop groove,” which translated into him
producing the Emmy Award winning show
BET Rap It Up Tour mixtape featuring hip hop