AC currently leads a team of passionate editors for Radio One digital platforms in various markets super-serving over 15 million monthly users. AC also serves as an on-location reporter for Radio One Detroit.
In her spare time she teaches digital media to students majoring in Radio and Television. Outside of work, you can find AC in the kitchen testing out her latest recipes with her two daughters.
AC’s work has been featured in People Magazine, US Weekly, Hip Hop Weekly, Ok! Magazine, XXL, Essence Magazine, RadarOnline, Billboard, Complex Mag and The New York Daily News.
As a freelance producer, AC’s video packages have been featured on TMZ, ESPN, FOX, CBS, ABC and NBC.
Other notable achievements include creating a community activist campaign that led to the foundation of Detroit 300.
AC is also an active member of the Recording Academy, National Association of Professional Women and the NAACP. @ACThePlug
Recently, madamenoire.com stated “As a whole, the black community has a great sense of humor. When you’ve been through as much sh** as black people have been through, a good sense of humor is almost essential. Without it, you just might lose your mind. But there’s a limit to everything. Some “jokes” are too close to home to be funny. These aren’t hard fast rules, but when it comes to black women and these areas, you might want to tread lightly or completely avoid them altogether.”
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After actor and radio host Keith Washington and his producer Kerrie read this they decided to discuss 6 things you shouldn’t joke about with black women, check it out here.