Thoughts on Being Seen

What began as a personal blog with observations about life and love, is now being interpreted through the lens from a documentary perspective. Join Jameka (Shamae) Whitten as she navigates through the nuances of working as an independent entertainment publicist, the highs and lows of entrepreneurship, her commentary about race, class, Faith and culture…AND what it truly means to be “seen.”

Main Cast

Jameka “Shamae” Whitten (Series Star)
Kyle Alexander Murray (Stylist & Personal Assistant)

Recurring Cast

Brittani Menina (JSW Event Manager, Red Pump Ambassador)

About Jameka S. Whitten

Jameka S. Whitten is the owner of JSW Media Group, a boutique public relations, marketing and brand management firm focused on the entertainment, fashion and publishing fields. Jameka is the Co-Founder and former Executive Creative Director for SOTAC (State of the Arts & Culture) Magazine (now SOTAC) but resigned at the end of 2007 to pursue more opportunities with JSW Media Group. In addition to owning JSW Media Group and serving as CEO, Jameka is one of the founding members and former Chief Operating Officer for Amped 4-A-Cure, Inc., a non-profit organization that supports cancer research through music. Jameka also currently works at a leading sports network. Past corporate experience includes Bank of America (Marketing Communications), First Union National Bank (now Wells Fargo), Art Institute of Charlotte and Devry University in their admissions departments.

Jameka holds a bachelor’s in Communication Studies with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University and a Master’s in Organizational Management from University of Phoenix. She is also a lifestyle and relationship blogger, and writes poetry in her spare time. Jameka serves on a variety of executive boards and committees and stays active in the community. Her most important philanthropic project to date is serving as a Red Pump Ambassador for The Red Pump Project™ a national nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls.

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