Mokah-Jasmine Johnson is a notable educator, activist, businesswoman, and mother; she’s currently the President and co-founder of Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement, an organization designed to combat discrimination through education and activism. Mokah is also the VP and co-owner of “United Group of Artists” (UGA Live) a grassroots consulting and marketing company; the founder and program director of VIP Girlz Dance and Leadership program and Hip Hop Director for Girls Rock Athens. She holds an M.S. in Education, Media Design, and Technology from Full Sail University and a B.S. in Marketing Management. As a public speaker, civil rights, and racial justice activist, Mokah aims to uplift and inspire others.
- October 2017- Athens Smart Woman Award-Jeannette Rankin Foundation
- Oct 2017-A3C Festival Action Summit Workshop Presenter-Hip Hop Advocacy
- July 207- Athens Clarke County Mayor and Commission Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Committee member
- April-2017 Vic Chesnut Songwriting Contest judge
- March 2017-Girls Rock Athens Hip Hop Director Position
- January 2017- Kappa Alpha Community Service Award
- March 2016-Athens Super Hero recognition-Flagpole Magazine
- November 2016-Advocacy Achievement- assisted in passing ACC bar admittance ordinance and Commission Defined Option for a possible Civil Rights Commission.
- Athens Day of Jubilee-UGA Baldwin Hall “Honoring the Ancestors” Vigil May 4th, 2017
- Athens MLK Day Parade and Fest January 2017 (annual event)
- Athens in Harmony (co-host/producer) October 2016, January 2017
- Stop the Killing Vigil and Rally July 2016
- Athens Anti-Discrimination March and Rally January 2016
- Athens Black Market (launched 2016)
Athens Hip Hop Awards (yearly event, since 2015) and much more….