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Radio personality Stacii Jae Johnson is parting ways with the top urban radio station in the country, V-103. Stacii Jae, who has also had success as an actress and television host, explains that the decision to leave her position as an on-air jock is based on her desire to empower single women.

“I learned a lot while at V-103,” Stacii Jae wrote in an emailed press release. “Working under the leadership of program director Reggie Rouse and being blessed to work closely with industry greats like Big Tigger, Greg Street, Wanda [Smith], Ramona [DeBreaux] and Ryan [Cameron], it was an amazing experience.”

Stacii Jae has dedicated herself to empowering women with The Single Girls Club, a community she created to provide a support system for single women who want to “build friendships, grow professionally” and “experience life on their terms.” She cites her responsibility to continue this line of work as her reason for leaving the Atlanta-based station.

“I want to utilize the various platforms I’ve been given to educate, empower and inspire confidence in today’s single female and after time I was clear that the platform at V-103 was not going to be mutually beneficial by allowing me any opportunity to do that,” the entertainer stated.

Stacii Jae is catapulting TSGC to new heights. She established The Single Girls Club Conference, which includes an empowering day with experts and celebrity guests and will be coming to seven cities in 2016. She additionally launched Power Dating and Single Girls Who Brunch.

Aside from empowering thousands of women, the talented lady has a lot more in store. Starting in the fall on Centric, she will be starring in a docu-series, From the Bottom Up, with Queen Latifah serving as an executive producer. She’s also set to co-host a game show and will be reprising her role as Peaches in the sequel to the popular Martin Lawrence film A Thin Line Between Love and Hate.

Although Stacii Jae appreciates all the opportunities that she’s had, she understands when it’s time to move on.

“Making strategic moves in career, life and love requires tough decisions and taking big leaps,” she explains. “Once you leap, you realize you have the power to soar!”

Kacie Whaley

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