She has dedicated her leadership to further the arts as a Movement Engineer and Producer with her unique style. Stacy J. credits her aunt Deloris Johnson for influencing her success as an innovator in community leadership. She has given voice to the importance of artistic movement in the gospel entertainment industry. Her pioneering spirit has been the driving force to showcase her talents on platforms across the nation while receiving exposure in television, radio and print.
She directed and produced the first televised inspirational dance show in the nation entitled “Move Something”. Over the past eight years, “Move Something” has been the gateway for dancers to recognize themselves as artists and connect with national recording artists and industry executives. The show has aired on TV-One and The WORD Network.
Stacy J’s artistic fortitude and event planning have caused her collaborative works to be center stage on numerous events in the mainstream inspirational entertainment industry internationally with renowned artists and actors. Stacy J is the first female mime dancer to introduce the female gender and genre of dance nationally to the mainstream gospel entertainment industry.
Most recently, she created The Youth Bowl Experience an event that exposes and enlightens the minds of today’s youth as they navigate through today’s challenges and the changing landscape through S.T.E.A.M Sports. The Youth Bowl Experience launched during Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas. She and her husband are Managing Directors
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Eduardo Escobar Member
Deloris M. Johnson