City Media partners exclusively with clientele who use their voices to drive an impact with messages of social good and social impact across music, comedy, beauty, health, and more.
Our talent has cultivated followings because of their ability to embody the essence of what they promote with their give-back and activism efforts. This separates them from the sea of your everyday influencer.
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Sharlene is an international force as an artist and activist. Originally from the Dominican Republic, she has made a global impact with her beauty, fashion, and lifestyle image and musical talent. Though she's based in the U.S., she has a large Latino demographic worldwide, and her music has been highlighted by Billboard as the best new track of the week, as well as one of Spotify's Top 10 "New Music Friday" playlist. Already, her latest song "San Pedro" has hit 10 million views. Whether it's attending red carpets, concerts, or charities in support of people and causes she believes in, Sharlene strives to leave the world a better place. She is taking a stand against domestic violence and empowering women. She also loudly protests animal abuse as a vegan and solidarity behind brands that are cruelty-free and sustainable for the environment. When she isn't recording or touring, Sharlene can be found hosting public beach clean-ups and spending time in animal rescue sanctuaries.
Tre Melvin is an American actor, singer, songwriter, designer, poet, activist, and YouTube personality. Melvin is widely known for his YouTube series, formerly "This Is A Commentary", in which he produces various sketch, parody, social commentary, and short form episodic programming that's received well over 150 million views. Melvin is also known for collaborating with fab friends Todrick, Kingsley, Rickey Thompson, and more. He has been a Shorty Award nominee for Best YouTube comedian as well as being featured on NBC News for his political activism and commentary. Tre is embarking on the next steps of his life and career, focusing on Black Lives Matter, LGTBQ+ rights, mental health, and urban communities engaging in the arts.
Hayley Garnett is a wife, mother, and photographer that before having her children, battled a serious eating disorder that changed her life forever. Once she had her children, she was left with stretch marks on her stomach that she began speaking candidly about on her Instagram. Now, she's dedicated her platform to encouraging body positivity in not only her fellow mothers, but women worldwide. Her transparency has led to her incredible following and press including the Today Show. She’s worked with major brands including Sweaty Betty and CVS.
Since 2008, BC Serna has traveled the world giving back, sharing his stories of traveling, and developing his purpose. After working with hundreds of organizations in over 60 countries and countless amounts of students and young adults, he's taken on his own projects. A few being The Traveling Good, Pursuing Purpose Podcast, Mentorship Mastermind and handful of others along the way. His goal has always been to make an impact both locally and globally, internally and externally, small and big. By partnering with brands, he can ensure their marketing message is promoting genuine content that represents making the world a better place.
Paige is a breast cancer previvor and four-time Emmy Award winner, who has recently gone from covering national news stories to becoming the highlight of them! She transitioned from a career covering stories for national shows like Good Morning America and Daily Mail TV, to having a double mastectomy, launching a successful nonprofit the first of its kind, constructing her own reputable brand, and hosting worldwide events- all within a single year. In 2017, Paige opted to have a preventative double mastectomy after discovering she carried the BRCA 1 genetic mutation. Wanting to be involved in a community of women like her, she co-founded The Breasties, a nonprofit for young cancer survivors, previvors, and those currently affected by cancer, where she hosts free retreats and events of self-love and healing. Paige shares how to repurpose fear, live a life you love, and let go of what makes you unhappy.
Dr. Eva Bonsu is a wife, mother, and of course, your coolest doctor. While simultaneously working the frontlines during our battle with COVID-19, she remains passionate about serving informative content with snippets of her family, health and wellness lifestyle, and natural hair care. She is a part of the infamous group of successful Black women doctors with social media presences formally known as the “Mocha Docs”. Together, they spread informative content that inspires and educates their audiences. They have dedicated their platforms to breaking down the barriers and stigmas associated with no only being a woman in the medical profession, but a woman of color.
Ijeoma Kola is lifestyle blogger combining beauty and brains with style and substance. A beauty blogging veteran who started her YouTube channel in 2010, Ijeoma now creates style, beauty, travel, and lifestyle content to inspire women to fearlessly live balanced, joy filled lives while pursuing their dreams. Born in Nigeria and raised in New Jersey, Ijeoma lived in New York City for five years and now splits her time between NYC and Nairobi. Ijeoma also holds a PhD from Columbia University, having completed a dissertation on the history of race and asthma in twentieth century America. Ijeoma has created visually appealing and conversation starting digital content for a variety of companies such as Uber, Sephora, Rent the Runway, and SheaMoisture, and has been featured by InStyleMagazine, Essence, Buzzfeed, Seventeen,Refinery29, the Economist and BBC. Ijeoma is available for collaboration on brand ambassadorships, digital content creation, sponsored blog, video, and social posts, event hosting and participation, and photo and video shoots.