Epilogue

HOST: Kameko Thomas

Epilogue’s goal is to get people to do more than talk about the problems facing the Black community; but to actually analyze those problems, in hopes of creating workable solutions. Which is exactly what Community Radio is all about.

ABOUT THE HOST

First and foremost, Kameko Thomas is a WORD LOVER.
As a journalist, Kameko earned her stripes as a reporter for The Shreveport Sun (Louisiana’s oldest Black-owned newsweekly). As a blogger, Ms. Thomas spent six years as the Founder, Editor, and Publisher of Asis Chronicle, reaching 10,000 people a month. As the Founder & CEO of Vonem Creative Media (a public relations and content writing firm serving creative entrepreneurs and small businesses), Kameko helps others tell their story, using her Power with the Pen to help clients align their impact with their intent. As one of the hosts of Rainier Avenue Radio’s “Community Spotlight,” Kameko saw first-hand the importance and power of community radio, which fueled her desire to create a show of her own, “Epilogue.” Epilogue’s goal is to get people to do more than talk about the problems facing the Black community; but to actually analyze those problems, in hopes of creating workable solutions.

Which is exactly what Community Radio is all about.
An Air Force Veteran, Kameko’s other passions include all things HBCU (she earned her B.A. in English from Wiley College), listening to Prince, and finding the perfect chocolate mousse.

 

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