Founder of Artists4Justice • President of OTV.network
Olga is former professional champion athlete, diplomat turned entrepreneur. She founded two companies in NYC, produced NBA/NHL/WNBA halftime shows and founded Artists4Justice - nonprofit organization that provides educational programs and hosts worldwide live broadcasts featuring speakers, singers and poets united to fight for justice and racial equality. Olga is president and producer of OTV.network and is eager to build strong inclusive platform that provides mindful entertainment. She speaks 5 languages, dislikes going out and enjoys a go-getter lifestyle.
Scientist • Entrepreneur • Host of Chineta Chats Podcast
Chineta has a 20 year career in corporate America science industry. She advanced through the industry to the position of manager, which she has held for the last ten years. She has managed anywhere from 3 to 16 support staff team members. She holds a Masters of Science Degree in Organizational Leadership and is working to complete her MBA degree. Additionally, she hosts a weekly podcast titled Chineta Chats streaming on the major podcast platforms. In her spare time she likes baking, knitting, gardening & spending time with family and friends.
Executive Producer & Host of CHECK YOUR HEAD: Mental Help For Musicians Podcast
“When I first heard the news in 2017 that Chris Cornell had lost his life to suicide, the news hit me hard,” says Mari Fong, who had covered Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave) during her many years as a music journalist. “Then when Chester Bennington (Linkin Park) took his own life and soon after AVICII (Tim Bergling) did the same, I just couldn’t believe it. Here were artists whose music brought me and many others so much joy, and now they were gone. I knew I had to do something, but something that would actually make a difference.”
That “something” was to become an advocate for musicians and their mental health. Fong raised money by hosting music events, then donated to charities in hopes to provide a solution to the increasing crisis of suicides, self-medicating addictions, and other mental health challenges faced within the music industry.
Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Wellness Coach
Kelleigh Kincaid is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and wellness coach that helps ambitious creators uplevel their health so they can elevate their business and live the life of their dreams. Kelleigh is passionate about using practices like breathwork and visualizations, modern bio-hacks, and food as medicine to help you feel awesome and share your vision and mission with the world. In addition to being a nutritionist, Kelleigh also is a registered yoga teacher, herbalist, and has a Masters in Eastern Philosophy.
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Artistic Director and Executive Producer at Little y
Mischa [She/Her] is Artistic Director and Executive Producer at Little y. She was nominated for Outstanding Writing and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy for Then That Happened at the LA Webfest. As one of the producers, devisers and actors of Scent Tales, Mischa won Best Production at The Blue Room Theatre Awards and an Achievement in the Arts award from Artshub. After a sell-out season, Scent Tales was awarded a grant to tour through Western Australia. Mischa won Best Actor for the film The Debt at the PAC Screen Awards, which was also nominated for Best Film at the WA Screen Awards.
She is a graduate of Stella Adler Studio of Acting and has acted in over 50 theatre, film, television, music video, voice over and commercial projects. She has produced over 20 films and 11 plays. She has directed, edited and written a variety of plays and films and is currently writing her first feature film and her first musical with the composer, Daniel Rufolo. Mischa has also been awarded many grants to pursue her acting and continue producing.
@mischaipp • @littley
Confidence + Mindset Mentor
Margarette is former NYPD Officer turned rockstar entrepreneur and passionate ballet dancer. There is absolutely nothing she cannot do and if you tune in to Ep 6 you'll see it for yourself! Her incredible energy and kind spirit are so inspirational and her words of wisdom will motivate you to reach your full potential.
Elissa Carmona is a singer, Air Force veteran, and winner of the 2020 SU-CASA and 2019 Arts Fund awards. MBP presented the 2019 Summer Concert Series, a ten-concert series that ran throughout the South Bronx from June through October. Throughout 2019, they performed at numerous events hosted by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., Council Member Vanessa Gibson, and Assemblymember Michael Blake, and headlined at Summer on the Hudson’s Mamapalooza on May 26th, Make Music Day at Lehman College on June 21st, Bronx Night Market on September 7th, and Queens Night Market on October 26th.
Currently, MBP is touring Natural Woman, a tribute to the iconic Aretha Franklin made possible through support from Bronx Council on the Arts and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. Follow Elissa and Morrisania Band Project on IG to get the tickets to latest and future events.