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Stefon Harris & Blackout | Cheryl Pepsii Riley | JOGO Project | Herbert Scott | Maud Arnold | Bobby Felder and the Capitol All Stars Big Band | Akua Allrich and the Tribe | Corcoran Holt Quintet | Hope Udobi Quartet | Dana Hawkins and Evan Marien | Amy Bormet Trio | Friendship Technical Prep High School Band
Britt Waters is a Jersey girl residing in the nation’s capital where she has become a recognizable face and voice of the city through her work as a radio, television and arena host. She continues to bring success to the entertainment, sports and news fields in the powerful city she now calls home. She is the nightly radio jock on CBS Radio’s 94.7 Fresh FM and a TV host on the DC Cable Network as well as working for Monumental Sports and Entertainment as an in-game host at DC’s Capital One Arena for the Washington Mystics (WNBA) and Washington Valor (AFL). Whether on-screen or in the community Britt brings laughs, conversation and lots of energy.
Britt got her big break in the broadcasting world entertaining millions on the nationally syndicated Russ Parr Morning Show immediately after obtaining her BA in broadcast journalism from University of Maryland, College Park. Britt Waters calls her social media the “uncut,” view of her life. When asked about her legacy she says, “I’d like to be known as someone that shared the lives of others to greater the lives of all, because that to me is what journalism is all about.” Outside of work, she loves to bake, socialize and catch up on her five magazine subscriptions. Her goal is to use her platform to promote education and independence. She stays motivated by the scripture, Proverbs 31:25.
Micha Green is a journalist, actress and host from Washington, D.C. She received a Bachelor’s of Arts from Fordham University, where she majored in Theatre, and a Master’s of Broadcast Journalism from University of Maryland’s prestigious, Philip Merrill College of Journalism. Green has a multitude of stage and film credits in D.C. and New York, and has covered major events including the National Association of Black Journalists in New Orleans and was the main social media reporters for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference 2017. She also served as a teaching artist and Assistant Director of Arts at Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Since February 2018, Green has served as Washington, D.C. editor for AFRO-American Newspapers where she worked as a freelancer for three years. In her spare time, Green teaches Zumba, enjoys running races and loves cuddling with her dogs.