Uplift and Guidance 


Year of Production: 2019
In the third year of the Wunderman Thompson New York Young Commodores had the opportunity to work with local nonprofit organization The Dinner Table Doc. The YC's created an amazing campaign that explains the importance of mentors for young African-American girls. The work aired for 6 weeks on WABC during Live With Kelly and Ryan. 

Keys To Success


Year of Production: 2019
In its second year, the J. Walter Thompson New York Young Commodores had the opportunity to work with local nonprofit organization City Living New York. The YC's created an amazing campaign that explains what New York City Youth that are aging out of foster care go through. The work aired for 6 weeks on WABC during Live With Kelly and Ryan. 

Project [Dis]Connect


Year of Production: 2017
This is the first project by the J. Walter Thompson New York Young Commodores. The YC's created an amazing campaign for the Discover Outdoors Foundation showing the world what happens when teens get out of the city and disconnect from technology. 
The work aired for 6 weeks on WABC during Live With Kelly and Ryan.

Refuse To Be Silent


Year of Production: 2015
This year I challenged The TORCH Program students to create an anti-bullying platform to go with their city wide talent show called the TORCH Experience. The message was built to address bullying on all levels social, physical, emotional and cyber.

A Million Good Nights and Ivan and His Magic Pajamas


Year of Production: May 2014
I served as executive producer on these projects by the TORCH Program students for the Pajama Program a non-profit that provides new pajamas and books to children in foster care in New York City.


Anytime by Finding 24

Year of Production: May 2013
My TORCH students had the opportunity to work with The Ali Forney Center this year. Anytime is a gripping commercial to drive awareness to the large LGBTQ homeless teen problem in NYC.

 

Rewind and Generaions by The TORCH Program


Year of Production June 2012
These are two spots I executive produced by my TORCH students for Live Light LIve Right a child obesity clinic in Brooklyn New York.

Good Deed for the Day and Real Change by The TORCH Program


Year of Production June 2012
These are two spots I executive produced by my TORCH students for Huru International a organization that makes reuseable sanitary napkins for girls in Kenya.

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