Kirsten Poe Hill has spearheaded successful publicity, event/show management, video and virtual projects for corporations including Black Entertainment Television, Budweiser's "Whassup Guys," The Colomer Group USA, Diageo/Crown Royal, The Disney Channel, Essence magazine, L’Oréal/SoftSheenCarson, and Paisley Park/Prince. She has also overseen national, international and virtual projects for non-profit organizations including the Leon H. Sullivan Summits (Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania), The National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (St. Thomas, St. Maarten), The National Bar Association, the National Basketball Association Foundation, and the National Black MBA Association.
Prior to NE, she worked at various media outlets including Time Warner Cable, WNBC-TV, and CNBC. Kirsten has an M.A. in Media Ecology from New York University and a B.S. in Television, Radio, and Film Management from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications. She is a member of Newhouse’s Professional Gallery as well as recipient of the Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence in Public Relations.
Renée E. Warren-Mebane has led several successful publicity, event/show management, video and virtual projects for corporation, celebrities and politicians including Ashley Stewart, Ariel Mutual Funds, Black Enterprise magazine, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Charles Schwab, Circle of Sisters, Disney Dreamers Academy, Martin and Bernice King/Democratic National Committee and Chris Tucker.
She has also been the lead/producer for and within non-profits and international projects such as National Urban League, NFL Foundation, Gen II/Second Generation Leaders in London. Her video production credits included producing the award-winning documentary, Africa: An Emerging Market, Get Out to Vote PSA, CNBC show packages, the SCOOTER store and Cricket commercials, Porter Novelli client marketing videos; AFL-CIO, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, and the Kellogg Foundation-American Healing Campaign.
She is a graduate of Old Dominion University and has an M.A. from Columbia University. She completed Southern Illinois University’s postgraduate program in London and a Certificate in Finance from New York Institute of Finance.