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Dr. Jessica Mosley has earned her stripes as successful business woman, humanitarian and more. Her career began with the creation of her own blog and talk radio show. Her outstanding work led to an unexpected opportunity. She was asked to be in an anthology, which is a published collection of poems or other pieces of writing. Although the outcome was not ideal, Dr. Mosley tapped into her entrepreneurial foundation and began her own anthologies.

She received a number of clients through her work, and even created a course entitled, “Write Your Way Out of Poverty.” With this course, Dr. Mosley provides a step by step guideline on how to make six figures within media.

The course set the foundation for her company Miz CEO. Under that umbrella she has worked to develop strategic plans for hundreds of brands and organizations through media coverage, events, marketing materials and more.

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Dr. Jessica Mosley cites Nikki Woods (Tom Joyner Morning Show) and Dr. Vikki Johnson (BET) as two of her biggest influences and mentors in media and business. Woods is renowned for her work as the senior producer on the Tom Joyner Morning Show as well as a personal branding coach and motivational speaker and more. Johnson worked as the Senior Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility for 18 years as well as a best-selling author and more.

As a successful entrepreneur and media maven, Dr. Mosley works tirelessly as a philanthropist through Sovereign Care and Deborahs Place. Sovereign Care not only provide health care services to all patients regardless of age, but equips aspiring physicians with adequate medical training. Deboras Place is non-profit organization for domestic violence victims, while also seeking to prevent domestic. Dr. Mosley made it her mission to help as many women in need, due to her personal experience with domestic violence. Through Deborahs Place, she has given over thousands of dollars in scholarships to women as well.

To whom much is given, much is required. Dr. Jessica Mosley epitomizes and exemplifies that statement of throughout her work as a full-time entrepreneur and humanitarian.