Carolyn E. Mosby is President and Chief Executive Officer of an affiliate of a national non-profit organization. Prior to her current role, Mosby was Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for a global non-profit where she was responsible for providing strategic leadership and direction for all global marketing, branding, and communications for the international non-profit. As CMO, Mosby was the first African American executive with the 100 year old organization. As a public relations and marketing consultant Mosby has represented numerous public figures, politicians, athletes, actors and entertainers, corporations and not-for-profit organizations. Mosby is a native of Gary, Indiana and graduated from Indiana State University in Terre Haute, IN where she completed an internship with the former nationally syndicated “Siskel & Ebert Show” and earned a bachelor’s degree in Radio/TV/Film Communications.
Lisa D. DeNeal has more than 25 years of experience as a journalist. She has been a correspondent and weekly columnist for the Post-Tribune newspaper. A native of Gary, Indiana, DeNeal is an alumnus of Roosevelt High School and Calumet College of Saint Joseph. She got her start in journalism as a staff writer for a weekly African American newspaper and also as a former contributing writer for a national magazine. Lisa has interviewed many celebrities - Bestselling Authors Ernest J. Gaines, Michael Eric Dyson, activist Angela Davis, the late actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis and more. She has also co-authored The Panther's Club and authored her own book, Dead Lies.