Women in Hip-Hop

Women in Hip-Hop

When
Where

AC-2D0l

In celebration of 50 years of Hip-Hop, the Women's Panel is a powerful tribute to the pioneering women who have made an indelible mark on the genre.

This event shines a spotlight on the often overlooked and underestimated contributions of female artists, producers, and executives in shaping the Hip-Hop landscape. Join us for an inspiring discussion that acknowledges their resilience, creativity, and influence.

Moderator

Patricia Robinson

Patricia Robinson is a credible leader that is highly recognized for her contributions in the media industry, and the community arena. Patricia holds a Master's in Management & Human Resources and a bachelor’s in Business & Finance. She is a licensed HR professional, who also holds credentials Public Notary. Patricia currently also spends time as a Professor at Westchester Community College. Her exceptional work ethic, leadership, commitment, consistency, and consummate professionalism earned her a dynamic career as Vice President of HR and Community Engagement for Hot 97, WBLS, and WLIB–which spanned over twenty years in the broadcast media industry. Patricia spent six years working directly with Colin Kaepernick Endeavors, supporting his philanthropic and for-profit businesses.

Panelists

  • Amber Corine, Staff writer vibe.com
  • Jazzie Belle, Multimiedia Personality
  • NYE$, Performer, Musician, Producer