Race and Our Political Moment | Briana Agyemang, Ahmed H. Ahmed, and Jessica Lynch in Conversation With Jermaine Johnson
George Floyd's death has shocked the world and sparked an uprising across the US. This is a discussion around response and reactions to the moment and probing for a way forward. Speakers Brianna Agyemang is the renowned co-founder of #TheShowMustBePaused & The Brownie Agency. Agyemang is also Sr. Artist Campaign Manager at Apple’s artist-services division, Platoon. Ahmed H. Ahmed is the Director, Partnership & Professional Learning at Overcoming Racism. He facilitates race and equity professional development and provides coaching and support for partner organizations while expanding its scope and impact. A Boston University alumnus, Ahmed taught middle school mathematics, science, and reading in Atlanta, GA, before beginning his teacher coaching and development career. Ahmed received his certification from the Center for Transformative Teacher Training (CT3) as a Real-Time Teacher Coach (RTTC), implementing specialized intervention strategies to support teachers in developing strong skills and mindsets around classroom management and culture through a lens of cultural competency while coaching school leaders in the development and implementation of school-wide visions for culture. Jessica Lynch is a founding partner at Generation Titans, a social impact firm with a race and equity lens. At Generation Titans, Jessica has worked with organizations like American Eagle, Girls Who Code, Ben & Jerry’s, and Google on community engagement strategies and DEI efforts.ModeratorJermaine Johnson is a manager and producer at the Beverly Hills-based 3 Arts Entertainment. Jermaine represents a wide variety of writers, directors, journalists, and comedians from many different backgrounds. Amongst these clients are Attica Locke (award-winning author of BLUEBIRD, BLUEBIRD), Azie Dungey (UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT, SWEETBITTER, TWENTIES), Cord Jefferson (WATCHMEN, SUCCESSION, THE GOOD PLACE), Fatimah Asghar (BROWN GIRLS, IF THEY COME FOR US), Eve Ewing (IRONHEART, ELECTRIC ARCHES), JUSTIN HILLIAN (THE CHI), JIA TOLENTINO (TRICK MIRROR) and more. He prides himself on finding fresh voices in places where others don’t often look and giving them a platform to share their unique points of view and opinions.
The Doctor is in (the House): SC Rep. Jermaine Johnson
The gang welcomes Dr. Jermaine Johnson, newly-elected South Carolina State Representative (District 80). Join us as we talk Palmetto State politics, love, cougars, math, and marriage advice from a divorce lawyer.
IOI Experience with Former Content Creator for Discover Healing Natalie Nelson CECP, CBCP and Jermaine Johnson Founder and CEO of Gamechangers
Healing the Healer Podcast
Start the New Year off right! We welcome you to join us for our IOI Experience on Saturday, January 30, 2021, 12 pm to 3 pm CST. We are opening our IOI experience doors for 200 more guests for Free. If you are a transformational coach or Energy Healer, this will be the event to attend! We already have 100 registered. Jermaine Johnson will be our keynote speaker and talk about leadership during the pandemic. is widely known in the field of Personal Development & Coaching as one of the most sought-after speakers, trainers, and consultants in Relationship Marketing today. By using a handicap as a tool for empowerment, he always leaves audiences inspired to do more. He has built Network Marketing Teams into the Tens of Thousands. He is truly one of the most impactful motivators of our time. Born in inner-city Los Angeles and raised by his great grandmother, Jermaine has proven to defy the odds. After studying at Fuller Theological Seminary, Jermaine became one of the Top-Five Youth Pastors in the Nation and served at the largest Pentecostal Church in the nation. He is married to his beautiful wife, Mona L Callier-Johnson, he has 3 wonderful children Jermaine Jr., Jeriah, Jaylon, and they make their home in Scottsdale, AZ He is an author, coach, husband, father, business strategist, but most important to you he is a friend. 2nd Speaker: Natalie Nelson CECP, CBCP As a Former Content Strategist at Discover Healing, Natalie Nelson helps all kinds of people learn to create their ideal lives with new energy healing skills with The Emotion Code and The Body Code system. As a Certified Practitioner of Emotion Code, Body Code and T3 (a transformational method of core belief work) since 2001, Natalie has vast experience working with hundreds of clients to achieve their goals in all areas of life, including physical, emotional, financial and interpersonal. She has a deep understanding of the subconscious mind, and how it can be programmed by negative experiences to hold us back from both healing and achieving our dreams. Natalie has an extensive history specializing in developing user-friendly educational programs for both new and experienced energy healers, and she also continues to work with energy healing clients on a limited basis. Here is the link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nY273UWyQI-a2JFRVIb4mw?fbclid=IwAR1wnpDvHn3iOpWJX7WAhcldF6N_YI9ri-L35jC1NreUFuKJWamBhtcwqgw Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healingthehealer/support
Dom's Club: Film, TV, Comedy & Books with Dominique Mobley
In this episode of "Dom's Club," host Dominique Mobley sits down with talented and prolific writer Rembert Browne and his manager, Jermaine Johnson. Episode 9 / Season 2Rembert wrote the Marvel comic Black Panther: World of Wakanda #6. Rembert also scored an exclusive interview with President Obama on Air Force 1 and was selected as a 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 Member. He has written for such outlets as The New York Times, Vulture, The Ringer, New York Magazine, Bon Appétit, The FADER, and Interview Magazine.Jermaine is a manager at 3ARTs, where he manages top-level talent, including Rembert and writer Attica Locke (When They See Us, Little Fires Everywhere). Jermaine was featured in Next Gen 2020: The Hollywood Reporter’s 35 Rising Executives 35 and Under and was selected as a winner of the inaugural Shadow and Act RISING Awards in 2019. During this amazing interview we learn...How observing one of the producers of Silicon Valley shaped Jermaine’s interest in becoming a manager to top writers, directors, and other storytellers;How being an only-child led to Rembert’s career in journalism;What Jermaine looks for when deciding to represent talent;The importance of experiencing life as a writer and storyteller, to make sure you always have something to say;Jermaine’s mission to ensure that his clients of color know what they’re worth – and recognize when they’re not being paid an appropriate amount;Why Jermaine believes young talent of color should not just be ‘happy to be here’;How there will always be an opportunity to tell the story you want to tell – and why you shouldn’t force it;Why success online does not always mean success in your wallet;The importance of having people around you throughout the creative process and your career journey;Why Rembert believes that you should always check in to see how broke you are – even when you’re broke;Why the Black community needs to get more comfortable talking about money and about how to handle finances;and more! https://DominiqueMobley.comhttp://Twitter.com/Dom_Mobley http://Instagram.com/Dom_Mobley Dom's Club: Film, TV, Comedy & Books. Dominique Mobley with guests Rembert Browne and Jermaine Johnson. Episode 9.
Bonus: New Florida State Seminoles football players McKenzie Milton, Jermaine Johnson first interviews with FSU
Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
McKenzie Milton and Jermaine Johnson talk Florida State Seminoles football and Mike Norvell for the first time with FSU media. Milton transcript: “Just seeing the logo kind of speaks for itself. Competing against coach Norvell while he was at Memphis…seeing how he carried himself as a coach.” On injury: “It's something that I reflect on. But at the same time, I am just trying to live in the moment and enjoy this year at FSU. Enjoy this time with new coaches and new teammates, support staff. It has been a lot of fun so far.” Norvell’s offense: “The QB’s have a lot of control over what goes on. We won’t play with as much tempo as I have been accustomed to. I feel like I can get us in the right plays. I am still learning, but I have learned so much in the past 2 weeks.” Being a leader: “You can’t just come in and expect these guys to listen to everything you have to say. You have to show your work effort, coming in early and leaving late, leading by example. You want to lead by action and I just want to put my best foot forward for this team and hopefully, we will have some success in the fall.” On FSU tradition: “Shoot, it is just something that you dream about as a kid playing at a school like this. Coach Bowden, Charlie Ward, Jameis Winston. It speaks for itself. The history behind here is second to none in my opinion.” The recruitment for FSU: “The conversations started soon after I put my name in the portal. I think it only took about a week to decide. This just felt right for me, that’s why I chose Florida State.” On relationship to Norvell “The only time I ever met him was at the AAC media days, going into the 2018 season. I just shook his hand, and we both had respect for each other. I knew what he was about as a coach and his program. He ran a great program at Memphis.” More on Norvell: “When I got hurt, he and his whole team actually signed a ball for me, that was a cool gesture. Coach Norvell is a class act. They were our opponent the next week after I got hurt. At the end of the day, football is one community.” On the other QB’s: “Its been good, they have all been great. Super cool guys. When they are cracking jokes I am cracking jokes too. They are all good kids, really good athletes. I think they all have a lot of potential. I can help them take their game to the next level and they can help me take my game to the next level.” On bringing FSU back: “Absolutely. Kind of similar to UCF. They were kind of in a rough patch [before he got there]. It’s a similar deal here. There is a lot of talent here, great coaching. It's about playing as one unit. All the tools and pieces are here for success. I think we have the right leader in coach Norvell. I have full trust in them and I have full trust in this team. I feel like the better we come together and keep working, the better chance we will have this fall.” “I expect to be fully prepared and to compete in the spring. I am super excited to compete with these guys, the other QB’s. I feel great, I feel ready to go. If we had to play this weekend, I would be ready to go.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message
First impressions of new FSU Seminoles McKenzie Milton and Jermaine Johnson: What do the pair bring to Florida State?
Seminole Wrap: A Florida State Football Podcast
“Kind of similar to UCF. They were kind of in a rough patch [before he got there]. It’s a similar deal here. There is a lot of talent here, great coaching. It’s about playing as one unit. All the tools and pieces are here for success. I think we have the right leader in coach Norvell. I have full trust in them and I have full trust in this team. I feel like the better we come together and keep working, the better chance we will have this fall.” “I expect to be fully prepared and to compete in the spring. I am super excited to compete with these guys, the other QB’s. I feel great, I feel ready to go. If we had to play this weekend, I would be ready to go.” Florida State Seminoles football pulled in two big names in UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton and Georgia linebacker/defensive end Jermaine Johnson as part of its 2021 recruiting class, and the pair spoke with the FSU media for the first time last week. Austin Cox joins Juan and Perry to talk first impressions and what all this “culture” talk nonsense is all about. As a bonus, you can also find the interviews listed under our show’s page.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message
Jermaine Johnson - Manager and Producer at 3 Arts Entertainment
Angle on Producers with Carolina Groppa
“I firmly believe that you can’t fail if you never quit. I wholeheartedly subscribe to that.” - Jermaine Johnson Jermaine Johnson is a manager and producer at the Beverly Hills-based 3 Arts Entertainment. A fellow scorpio, he is and has always been unapologetically himself. I would know since we met during the early days of our LA journey. Originally from New Jersey, he moved to Los Angeles for the weather, but stayed for the film industry. He graduated from Rutgers and has spent the last ten years building an impressive client roster. I’ve often wondered what it’s like for a manager to produce. What does it actually mean? Why are others quick to assume they aren't doing any work and just "globbing on"? What is it like to guide the career of writers and directors? Lucky for us, Jermaine gives honest answers to these questions. He also digs into the main differences between managers and agents while also sharing his secret for what makes a good manager. Jermaine represents a wide variety of writers, directors, journalists, and comedians from many different backgrounds. Amongst these clients are Attica Locke (award-winning author of BLUEBIRD, BLUEBIRD), Azie Dungey (UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT, SWEETBITTER, TWENTIES), Cord Jefferson (WATCHMEN, SUCCESSION, THE GOOD PLACE), Fatimah Asghar (BROWN GIRLS, IF THEY COME FOR US), Eve Ewing (IRONHEART, ELECTRIC ARCHES), Justin Hillian (THE CHI), Jia Tolentino (TRICK MIRROR) and more. He prides himself on finding fresh voices in places where others don’t often look, and giving them a platform to share their unique points of view and opinions. Tune in! Beijos, Caca