SHE WORKS: Two Sisters Revolutionize, Empower & Inspire Through Creative Event Production

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melonie-melorraTwin sisters, Melonie and Melorra Green are blazing trails in San Francisco with their dedication to fostering and developing the arts in their community. #TeamBeautiful caught up with these Memphis natives to discuss their road to success and plans for the future.

Name, Occupation, Title, Company

Name: Melonie J. Green

Title/Company: Co-CEO, Infin8 Sync LLC; Manager, Gallery 1307 & Infin8 Sync, LLC Operations

Name: Melorra J. Green

Title/Company:  Co-CEO, Infin8 Sync LLC; Visual Arts Coordinator, African American Art & Culture Complex

Education:

Melonie J. Green

Tennessee State University/B.S., Speech Communication & Theatre

Academy of Art University – B.A. Motion Pictures & Television – Emphasis in editing

University of Denver – 3rd year, Environmental Policy & Management

Melorra J. Green

Tennessee State University/B.S., Speech Communication & Theatre

Academy of Art University – B.A. Motion Pictures & Television – emphasis in editing

University of Phoenix – MAED, Curriculum & Instruction

Previous Job Experience:

Melonie J. Green

University of the Pacific – Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry (2002-2007)

Co- Executive Producers, SF Black Film Festival (2005-2009)

Melorra J. Green

African American Art & Culture Complex, Office Manager

Co- Executive Producers, SF Black Film Festival (2005-2009)

HelloBeautiful: Briefly describe your day to day activities and responsibilities as Co-Owners of Infin8 Sync, LLC.

Melorra Green:

7:30AM My day begins with a meditation where I try to maintain perspective of why I am here. I don’t always get it right, but I try. Next, I go straight for my phone where I check emails and text messages to help develop my to-do list for the day (or next day).

11AM I arrive at work – African American Art & Culture Complex, San Francisco, CA – to start my work day which begins with checking each of the galleries and completing a walk-through where I take an inventory of the art to ensure we are ready for any guests who may arrive.

Soon after, I check in with other staff members before I head to my office where my day begins by managing all emails (to and from three accounts) that are too long to send via phone. Most emails are from either artists in a current exhibition, artists in upcoming exhibitions, artist who would like to have their own exhibition or those who would like a tour. So, most of the day I am coordinating and managing the logistics of three exhibitions at a time, while coordinating our newsletter and website updates with our web developer/manager.

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