Civ Jones

Civ Jones is a Hip-Hop Advocate that educates, motivates and mentors the Hip-Hop generation through various forms of media. She and her partner DJ Tempest launched M.E.R.D.J.com (pronounce merge) a website geared towards exposing new artist, music trends and linking young adults to socially conscience issues by using the arts.

In her quest to spread knowledge and awareness, Civ created “Hip Hop in Pink” the breast cancer all female Hip Hop showcase. This event raises awareness and gives out prevention techniques to the 18-40 demographic.

Civ is also the founder of Black Girl Mob a social group that celebrates black women.

She’s an ambitious documentarian completing a riveting documentary “Even a Man Can Do This”, which highlighted several female MCs inBaltimoreCityand spotlighted a lot of the hard work women do in a male dominated music genre.

Lastly Civ Jones is an on-air personality that can be heard Monday-Friday 10am-3pm onBaltimore’s Magic 95.9 & Wednesdays on 9am-10am on 1010 WOLB’s.

For more information contact Civ at merdjmediagroup@gmail.com and follow her on the social networks search @Civ Jones.

Career Highlights:

Hosted iVote Maryland “Express Your Voice, Vote Your Choice” Hip Hop event that featured live performances by urban artists, on-site voter registration, special guest appearances by local radio personalities, elected officials, celebrity guests and a after party.

Honoree for the Women of Power

Hosted “BMore Connected” a radio talk show that link’s young adults to the information regarding important issues in politics, entertainment, and daily life.

Created “Hip Hop in Pink” the breast cancer awareness and prevention showcase for Breast Cancer awareness month. The event raised awareness and prevention techniques of the disease to the 18-40 demographic using Hip Hop music.

One of the lead coordinator of iVoteMaryland, a non-partisan movement created to educate and empower young adults to exercise their right to vote; through the vehicles of activism, technology, and entertainment. Where she received a Councilmatic special recognition award at City Hall for her leadership in this effort in the iVoteMaryland campaign.

Co-host and panelist for the A.C.E. group “Rally for Equality” where Al Sharpton was the key-note speaker.

Member of OOWE (Organization of Women in Entertainment), a group of female entertainers and music business executives that came together to celebrate women in Music in Baltimore,MD.

Radio personality for Delaware Kiss 101.7

Website
Merdj.com
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