DMGlobal helps empower clients to better succeed in the marketplace.
Based in Baltimore, our forte is illuminating your business' products and/or services digitally.
We have a long list of clients over the past 20 years of service and would be honored to share our expertise with you.
Our clients include municipalities, corporations, politicians, nonprofits, lawyers, authors, and artists.
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This shot is of our first event in New York City at the UN in 2011. It was called the BmoreNews Global Forum on Women's Empowerment. We had attendees from Connecticut to North Carolina.
The goal was to strengthen an already powerful network of people. On that day, we all made new connections and put names to faces. It was a reminder of what we can accomplish when we work together.
99% of the people I've come in contact with in Washington, D.C. and Prince George's County pay homage to Mayor Marion Barry. Time after time, they will tell you how he gave them their first summer job. Or they will tell you that their parents worked a job because of him.
I treasure these stories, especially the ones which highlight all he did for Black and white businesses alike. He is forever a legend in my book!
I am a multi-media journalist who decided one day over 20 years ago to run my own operation:
DMGlobal Marketing & Public Relations, LLC.
I publish BmoreNews.com, BlackUSA.News, & ThePrinceGeorgian.com. I also help improve clients' visibility, beginning in Baltimore.
Whether it's East Baltimore or Randallstown, I try to stay involved in the community. This means showing up for James Mosher Baseball. It also means visiting the Bea Gaddy Center on North Chester Street or the Men and Families Center on E. Jefferson Street. It means doing whatever is necessary to help make the community better!
Part of my tasks include holding leaders' feet to the fire. Journalists like Charles Robison, Gregory Kane, and R. B. Jones trained me to hold elected officials accountable - from the Governor to the Mayor to the Councilperson. No free passes.