Stacii Jae Johnson is a well known political and entertainment influencer. An accomplished business strategist, program developer, fundraiser, and professional actor with over 15 years of experience. As Entertainment & Special Events Director, Stacii Jae was known as the social secretary of the south, top advisor and a member of Mayor Kasim Reed’s executive leadership team for 3+ years. On behalf of the Mayor, she served as a representative and speaker on various panels relating to the City of Atlanta and the importance of the film/television, fashion, and music industries to the city’s urban community and economy.
Prior to working in Mayor Reed’s administration, Johnson was one of the leading fundraisers during his campaign for mayor of Atlanta. She served on Hillary Clinton’s 2008 regional finance committee while also working closely with team Hillary on the development of an overall strategy for building, maintaining, and mobilizing support within the young professional and female demographic. Stacii Jae successfully recruited hundreds of young professionals to actively join, participate, and donate financially to support the election of Hillary Clinton for President through founding the group “Young Professionals in Atlanta for Hillary” and co-founding “Generation C”. She led fundraising efforts for both organizations in Atlanta and California. Most recently, Stacii Jae served as a fundraiser and Obama Victory Trustee in support of the reelection of President Barack Obama.
As a Hollywood actress, Stacii Jae’s film industry career landed her positions with You Go Boy Productions, Universal Studios, Savoy Pictures and New Line Cinema. Stacii Jae has co- starred in Martin Lawrence’s A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, and How to Be a Player with Bill Bellamy and Bernie Mac. She eventually went on to co-star in various films, television, and stage plays with Will Smith, Charles Dutton, Isaiah Washington, and Eminem.
Stacii Jae stepped down from her duties as the Entertainment & Special Events Director in Mayor Reed’s office after experiencing media sensationalized public scrutiny. A fighter refusing to allow any of the negative banter to dictate who she is, Stacii Jae will launch www.staciijaejohnson.com. On the website people will have the opportunity to get to know the real Stacii Jae Johnson. Jae also has a radio show on WAEC Love 860 AM called “Black Girls Radio” starting in January 2013 . She most recently booked independent film “Downline” starring Carl Payne (The Martin Show) as well as she has an upcoming project with Charles Dutton and a talk show with Big Tigger called Politics & Cocktails. She is currently executive producing The Save the Arts Awards 2013 in North Carolina and the stage play Green Pastures ( a collection of original monologues surrounding sex trafficking).
Stacii Jae continues to also be committed to personal and professional growth as an entrepreneur. Most recently she was blessed with reading the book Think and Grow Rich written by Napoleon Hill. After researching the Napoleon Hill Foundation, Johnson learned about the foundation’s venture and partnership in the coffee industry with a company called Organo Gold. Partnering with Organo Gold has given Johnson the opportunity under the leadership of her business partner, Edward Hartley, David Imonitie and Holton Buggs to grow a business with the number two traded commodity and consumed beverage in the world as it’s signature product- coffee.
“No more tears. I was knocked down, but I was not knocked out. I have always been a fighter. I smile when I fight”. says Stacii Jae Johnson.
Stacii Jae is the CEO of Mama Said Productions. Stacii Jae is a graduate of Spelman College, in Atlanta GA. She sits on the Alliance Theater Advisory Board and the International Music Conference Board.
To Learn more about Stacii Jae Johnson, Political & Entertainment Influencer, Radio Host, and Entrepreneur, visit her website at Www.staciijaejohnson.com, follow her on Twitter @staciijae, Facebook at Stacii Jae Johnson, as well as her Atlanta Radio Host on Twitter @BlackGirlsRadio and Facebook/Instagram/YouTube:
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