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Dr. Eunice Moseley
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Freelance Associates, established in 1993, is a public relations and business management strategy development and consulting firm lead by President and Senior Strategist Dr. Eunice Moseley. It is a member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). It's headquarter in Long Beach, CA. but have an office in Baltimore, MD.
Clients past and present include:
Senior Scholar, Research author and artist manager Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs. In 2018 she published a creative nonfiction book on research she conducted into her ancestry titled "More Than a Fraction: Based on a true story" (Imagination Lunchbox) via Barnes & Noble and Amazon. In 2021 she published the audio book version via Audible and Amazon. Her great-grand mother Isabel Fraction was orphaned and her search for her ancestry ended at the Smithfield plantation, now a museum and located on the campus of Virginia Tech University, where her ancestors were enslaved. The Fraction brothers run away from the plantation to fight for the Union to gain their freedom during the Civil War. Today their names are listed on the Civil War Memorial Wall in Washington, DC. Dr. Moseley-Hobbs submitted a request for the US Army to correct the record of one of the brothers, Thomas Fraction. Thomas was demoted and dishonarably discharge after shooting back at a Confederate soldier who happen to be his former enslaver. Her request was granted in 2021 and Thomas was not only given back his Honorable Discharge status but his rank of Level 5 Sergeant (unheard of for a black man during the Civil War era). Dr. Kerri also an expert speaker on the subject of the experience of Africans enslaved in America and she has a traveling African artifact exhibit. She has presented her Lecture, Presentation and Exhibit at such placed as Virginia Tech, Enoch Pratt Libraries in Baltimore, the African-American Civil War Museum i Washington, DC, the Eubie Blake Cultural Center in Baltimore, the Wilderness Road Regional Museum in Virginia and at the Smithfield plantation museum house. Dr. Moseley-Hobbs, as of 2015, serves on the Smithfield-Preston Foundation Board of Trustees and is an advisor for the Virginia Tech Board of Trustees. As an artist manager, she has spearheaded the career of her son Anthony Michael Hobbs (also a Freelance Associates client) since age 4 as an actors, model, speaker and filmmaker. As a actor he has starred in segements and commericals for Sprout Network and Comcast Afinity, starred in films for DreamWorks and PBS, and wrote, produced, directed and starred in two multi-award winning films (One Nation and Naga Pixie) through his company Imagination Lunchbox, LLC. Dr. Moseley-Hobbs is Vice President of Production at her son's company. She also oversees him as he organizes and host two community events via his company "Imagination Lunchbox International Children's Film Festival" and the "ILICFF/Eubie Blake Filmmaking Workshops for Youth." She has also actrf as a Guest Lecture for several colleges.
Imagination Lunchbox International Children's Film Festival (ILICFF) is a community event founded by award winning actor/filmmaker Anthony Michael Hobbs ( entering its 6th year in 2022. ILICFF screens and awards short films made by and for kids (up to 21). It is held in partnership with The Baltimore Times Foundation, Times Community Services, Inc., the Eubie Blake Center, and Baltimore City Department of Socical Services Foster Care Program's "Ready By 21." (
 Imagination Lunchbox. LLC was founded by award winning actor/filmmaking prodigy Anthony Michael Hobbs ( and his mom/manager Author Dr. Kerri Mosley-Hobbs ("More Than a Fraction: Based on a true story") to produce his short films One Nation, Naga Pixie and Agent Hollywood ,and publish his mother's creative non-fiction book "More Than a Fraction." In 2017 the company launched the "Imagination Lunchbox International Children's Film Festival" (ILICFF) held in partnership with The Baltimore Times Foundation Times Community Services, Inc. to showcase and award short films made by children (up to age 21). In 2019 in entered into a new partnership with the Eubie Blake Center in Baltimore to introduce and instruct children (up to age 21) in the art of filmmaking via the "ILICFF/Eubie Blake Filmmaking Workshop for Youth." His company also sponsors the "More Than a Fraction" presentations/lectures and traveling exhibit in partnership with The Baltimore Times Foundation, Times Community Services, Inc hosted by his mother Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs. (
Uplifting Minds II (ULMII) national entertainment company held annualy in Baltimore and Los Angeles annual is celebrating 23 years of community service as of 2022. Founded in 1999 by Dr. Eunice Moseley, then Promotions Director at The Baltimore Times and president of Freelance Associates (PRSA), the free entertainment conference offers an entertainment business panel Q&A Session, a professional talent showcase, and a national talent competition (vocal, songwriting and dance). In Baltimore the event is normally held in April at Security Square Mall, and in November in Los Angeles (in 2019 at the Los Angeles Convention Center). Since the pandemic it has been held via Zoom. The Baltimore Times and Security Square Mall are the partners of the ULMII conference in Baltimore. In 2019 the Baltimore event entered into a community partnership with the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland and the Boy Scouts of America (Thurgood Marshall District) to showcase their talented members and education them in the business of entertainment. The ULMII event success stories includes Baltimore competitors the Featherstone Brothers who performed an original song that was heard by 6x Grammy winning SisQo, there to support group member Jazz (Dru Hill) serving on the ULMII panel. SisQo placed the song on Dru Hill's 3rd album as "I Should Be (Your Boyfriend). The song was thre first single and music video from teh project and it went platinum. Today the brothers are still riding the wave of success as writers/producers for such high-profile artists as Chris Brown. Another Baltimore competitor, Naturi Naughton, from nearby New Jersey, was scouted at the event by a Broadway agent. That Broadway performance led to her joining a popular R&B group 3LW and that experience led to her starring in the STARZ Netowrk drama series "Power." In Los Angeles competitor Miguel's performance was so impressive that "ULMII" panelist Jimmy Maynes - then Vice President of Jive Records – signed him to a recording contract. Today Miguel is a Grammy Award winning singer.songwriter. Another success story in Los Angeles was competition winner RoShon Fagan. His manager said what he learned from the event's founder Dr. Moseley at "ULMII" helped him take RoShon to the next level. That level was a co-starring role on Disney's "Shake It Up". That role led to a starring role in Disney's "Camp Rock," and that experience landed him a starring role on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."  Even the "ULMII" panelists have success stories such as iconic Rapper MCLyte, who once performed during the talent showcase and hooked-up with fellow "ULMII" panelist Mathew Knowles - then manager of Destiny's Child - to be a featured artist on a Destiny's Child project. "ULMII" panelist Talib Kareem – then member of the group Imajin at Jive Record – co-wrote/produced the debut single of Solange Knowles via a hook-up with fellow "ULMII" panelist Mathew Knowles and "ULMII" panelist Tiaunte Kelly – then an executive at Hidden Beach Recordings – was scouted by the Dr. Phil show while serving at the event to produce a episode.
Anthony Michael Hobbs is an actor, model, speaker and filmmaker ( As an actor his credits include a role in the Emmy nominated PBS special docu-series "The Abolitionist" and DreamWorks' How to Train Your Dragon: Dragons and Dinosaurs. As a model his credits include national retailer Finish Line Athletics, ToysRUs, Chevy and Villa Sports Wear. National commericial segments he stars in include PBS, Sprout Network, Clairton and Comcast Xfinity. In 2015 he launched his own company Imagination Lunchbox, LLN to write, produce, direct and start in his own films. He has released two that he wrote, produced, directed and starred him - One Nation and Naga Pixie - both multi-award winning short films, and his company produced a film for his coach "Agent Hollywood" which is also a multi-award winning short film. In 2017 he founded the "Imagination Lunchbox International Children's Film Festival" (ILICFF) to screen his films and short films of kids like him, which he awards. In its 5th year as of 2021, his film fest has screened and awarded short films from all aroudn the world UK, Africa, Spain, Korea, India, Japan, China, Russia and so many more countries. In 2019 he launded the "ILICFF/Eubie Blake Filmmaking Workshops for Youth" in partnership with the Eubie Blake Center to educate youth in the art of filmmaking. In 2020 its first film project was screened at his 4th annual "ILICFF."

Neenah Taylor, R&B/Soul singer/songwriter and actress (Mallia Music Group). Her songwriting credits include placing a song on the soundtrack of feature film Lucky Dog, and acting credits include starring role In Sister Act starring NAACP Image Award winner Kadeem Hardison.

Rapper Faze (The Star Look) pictured here with actor Keith David. 
Matthew J. Johnson , Gospel singer and Yolonda Lolar-Johnson also a Gospel singer (ZnM Marketing).
Rapper/producer AVI the Most Ill (Dumpy Records).

Dru Hill and SisQo. Dru Hill is a multi - platinum selling R&B group (Dru Hill, LLC) that has sold over 30 million records. SisQo, a six-time Grammy Award and 1x MTV Music Video Award winner, as a soloist has sold over 25 million records, and as an actor has appeared in Snow Dog starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," UK's reallity show "Celebrity Big Brother," and CMT reality show "Gone Clountry." SisQo is also a multi-Billboard Award winner.
2-U-Neek, R&B/Pop singing duo (Ruiz Entertainment). They also act and their credits include Disney projects.
Tyreika Renee, R&B/Hip-Hop singer (Starr Management).
Lexee Crystal, Pop/Alternative singer/songwriter, illustrator and actress (Crystal Entertainment). As a songwriter Lexee's has place two songs on soundtrack of feature films: "I'm Feeling Lucky" on a romantic comedy Lucky Dog, and "Breathless" on ION Channel's original film A Star for Christmas. As a model she appeared on a Skechers, and as an illustrator and author she has published three cominc books for her "Samarakan"s series.
Trueful, R&B/Pop singer/songwriter and actor (French Royalty Entertainment). As a singer/songwriter Trueful has released three independant albums, his second qualifying for a Grammy Award nomination. As an actor he as appeared in Easy A starring Emma Stone.
Lee Bailey, digital magazine publisher of (via Rabercom) is a well known pioneering syndicated radio personality. Lee is a 15-year media sponsors and panelist of the Los Angeles "Uplifting Minds II" free entertainment conference as of 2018. His online magazine is the most read media for black entertainment news and its website has an estimated 185,000 visitors a week. In 2008, through Freelance Associates, PRSA, held the "EURweb Media Expo & Awards Show" in Los Angeles, which was hosted by comedian/actress Luenell. Held at the Los Ageles Convention Center the red caroeted event attracted exhibitors in various field of the entertianment business (LA Watts Times, Imajah Records, Sister2Sister Magazine, Boosweet Records, GICO Music and T-Mobil/Foxhill-Culver), and provided outstanding performances by Grammy npminated Shanice and Mel Bickley (Unyted Records). The red carpeted invite attendees include rapper/actor Lil' Zane and famed photographer Bill Jones.
Xavier Thomas, (center) home loan specialist (Pierpoint, LLC). Freelance Assocaites helped Thomas launch a weekly radio show on WOLB am, where he interview guest in various fields, such as law, and talked about home loans and provided banking informaiton. We also helped him launch annual Home Buyers Expo where various exhibitors provided free information on home buying and even took applications for home loans.  for more information.

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