here is a bit about me:
Majella Mark is a native Connecticut resident born to immigrant parents who came to the United States as artists from the Caribbean island, Grenada. She graduated from UCONN with a degree in Media and Society Studies focusing her independent major on the influence media has on cultures and vice versa. She also earned an MBA degree in International Business studying abroad in London at the European Business School of London.
Currently, she is a analytics professional in New York City, who creates performance analysis and strategic planning for major television networks such as Spike TV, NBC, Freeform and ABC for the tech company TiVo. As a data story creator and progressive tech enthusiast with years of experience in advertising and marketing, she has worked for major corporations such as Turner Broadcasting, ESPN and The Weather Channel.
She has conducted numerous workshops including "The Wakanda Workshop" to address racial inequalities using Marvel's "Black Panther's" film as a reference point and the Judy Chicago's inspired art piece for the workshop, "Pvssy Plate Painting Party" to address gender inequalities and the objectification of the female body. She is also a writer and artist, involved with many organizations including Support Creativity, the United Nations Association, Womanly, Black Women's BluePrint and others.