Stacii Jae’s ‘Black Girls Radio’ launch party

Well before her years working as a top fundraiser and then entertainment and special events director for Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, Stacii Jae was already well recognized by her name, style and passion for whatever she does, both as a Hollywood actress and successful business owner.

After being a guest on a radio show, the producer and host of that show, “Chandon’s Corner,” told her that she should have her own show and encouraged her to make a presentation to the station general manager, Greg Cooper, which she did. He agreed that she had a strong concept and the personality to bring it to life. A show was born and Stacii Jae was reinventing herself once again. Her friends, family and new listeners came out to help her celebrate the show’s launch recently at The House of Peter Maxfield, a trendy Buckhead boutique. The unending food provided by Chef  J.,  cooked with no butter or oil was phenomenal to say the least.

“Black Girls Radio” is on the air from 2 p.m.- 3 p.m. every Saturday on WAEC 860 AM, online at, and on mobile devices through free apps iRadio, iHeartRadio and TuneIn.

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