Women’s History Month: NABFEME Celebrates Living Legends At Women Who Jam!

Women’s History Month: NABFEME Celebrates Living Legends At Women Who Jam!

Mann Center for the Performing Arts’ Rhoda A. Blount to Receive Shero Award

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Rhoda Blount, Vice President of Education and Community Engagement, Mann Center for the Performing Arts

The Philadelphia and Delaware chapters of The National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment TM (NABFEME) will join forces to present Women Who Jam!, a salute to female music pioneers.  This “power salute” will feature the presentation of the Shero Award to Philadelphia’s own Rhoda A. Blount, vice president of education and community engagement at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts.  In addition, “The First” Award will be presented to Sylvia Traymore Morrison, America’s first African American female impressionist. The evening of music and celebration will feature various artists performing popular tunes from past decades.

Honorees: 

  • Rhoda Blount, Vice President of Education and Community Engagement, Mann Center for the Performing Arts
  • Sylvia Traymore Morrison, America’s first African American female impressionist

Performers: Tracey A, Suzanne Burgess, Ericka Dawn Glenn, Charlene Holloway, Jaz the Voice Jordan, Barbara St. Lee, Ms. Millie, Pamela Renee Smith, China White and Shirley Lites.

Narrated By: Cynthia Tyre

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