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Jenee Mogul

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Born in Atlanta and raised in Macon, Jenee Mogul epitomizes “Southern Belle” combined with “Georgia Peach” incorporating the Spirit of the South in every aspect of life. A graduate of Southwest DeKalb High School, J. Mog. quickly learned the importance of networking through association with several organizations on campus. After accepting the invitation to attended Spelman College, she built upon the tradition of Morehouse (College) & Spelman Brother-Sisterhood bond and established herself on every campus of the Atlanta University Center; Clark Atlanta College & Morris Brown College included. In her freshman year, she received an entry-level position at The Coca-Cola Company giving her access to one of the most well-known, international Fortune 500 companies and brands. Known as a “Jackie of All Trades”, Jenee’ transitions through various industries with relative ease due to her understanding, appreciation, and value of building strong relationships. “I’ve never had a business card because most of my clients are either referrals or met me at someone else’s event.” says Jenee’ in regards to her network. “I believe when you build the relationship first, the business will always come later.” Some notable affiliates of Jenee’ Mogul include V-103 The People’s Station (CBS), Grand Hustle Records, The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), Georgia Department of Labor, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (Las Vegas), The Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC), Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (PAC), and many more. “My goal is to utilize the knowledge and experience I’ve gained to help establish other businesses in any area or industry.”

In July of 2011, I decided that I was going to embark on my first trip outside of the continental USA. Brazil was going to be my destination. It was planned. Me and a close friend of mine ,whom happens to be from Sao Paulo,BZ, were going to set out for Rio De Janeiro that upcoming December. Due to un-forseen circumstances  the  trip was called off. Another friend of mine suggested that I go to Africa instead. I was hesitant on the onset but made the decision to go. December of 2011 marked my maiden voyage to Africa. It was the greatest experience of my life. Eventhough I was born and raised in Sacramento,CA, I consider myself an African first whom happens to be in America. For me, Africa is home. One day, I plan on relocating to Zanzibar and purchasing homes for afflicted souls, orphans, and widows all over the globe, playing a major role in an African nation winning a world cup, building resorts all over the continent, and ushering in a new golden similar to the one during the reign of Mansa Musa. "It is important to uplift the continent of Africa, but it is equally important to uplift the African next door rather he call himself black, African-American, Brazilian, Puerto Rican, Cuban,etc...."-Dynast Amir