Stone Mountain, GA
I began promoting urban music in 1989, while still in high school doing delivery service for my father’s record pool. The Jumpin Jack Record Pool distributed music throughout metro Atlanta, Ga. and I handled two clubs for about two and half years Sharon’s Showcase and Club Excess. Shortly after, I began working street and radio promotions throughout the state of Georgia along with my father the Jumpin Jack, Wali Whited. We would promote records by way of the “Georgia Chittlin” circuit. In 1996 I began working in the field of telecommunications and became a voice and data network and structured cabling installer. I worked hard in the field for 10 years, and I am now an accomplished State of Georgia Licensed Low Voltage Telecommunications Contractor. In 2001 I opened Nworcs.com, which is my vision of new world communications bundled for efficiency to accommodate a rapidly growing appetite for telecommunications solutions. Nworcsradio.com which is an Internet Radio network with live streaming Hip-Hop, R&B, and Jazz was opened shortly after and we began a forum for breaking new independent recording artist to the mainstream for maximum exposure via the World Wide Web. In 2005, we began the development of Black Americans Youth Organization United Foundation, (B>A>Y>O>U>F), a non profit charity suited to uplift men and women worldwide. Enriching with knowledge of the Creator and spiritually enlightening with information to regain consciousness in a volatile and uncertain society. June 2006, in order to fundraise for the foundation, I created Computer Technology 101 a text based manual which breaks down the specifics in laymen's terms of how to build, diagnose, and repair a Personal Computer. Along with a hands on course the Computer Technology 101 course, simplifies the most common personal computer ailments and fears. Nworcs.com is a movement to better communications creating a solid living and working environment for our future. Please visit my websites @ www.nworcs.com
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