The names of powerhouses that are commonly spoken in conversations in every corner of our American culture, such as Buena Vista Pictures, The New York Knicks, PBS and the Atlanta Summer Games of the XXVI Olympiad are not often spoken in the same breath; unless masterminds who create synergy as a fundamental breakfast food are at the planning table. Kendell Monroe is one of the most sought after managers, event planners, show producers and marketing strategists on the East Coast and beyond.
As an accomplished native New Yorker, Monroe still sees limitless opportunities in the various fields of entertainment, marketing, production, and communications. Her panoramic view of a crowded New York commute would hand pick several familiar faces that would cast that authentic look to sell your product, perform in your video or guest host the new look of and old show. Monroe is the quintessential embodiment of knowing the names in the phrase “Six Degrees of Separation.”
Monroe’s production resume boast the names of Michael Jackson and Spike Lee for Vocals for the video: “They Don’t Really Care About Us”, Natalie Cole, Denzel Washington, Whitney Houston, Donnie McClurkin, and the New York Restoration Choir who performed at the White House through Kendell’s extensive outreach. It was only a matter of time before other her brand expanded and she worked on projects such as “The History of Gospel Music”, which aired on BBC, and made its way into the Black Filmmakers Wall of fame, JAZZ great Elliot Lawrence, and The Malaco Music Group. And she doesn’t stop there - With new artists signed to the Kmaxx Entertainment Group and television projects developing, she has a prosperous year ahead.
Monroe resides in New York City.
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