A fun show about history, performing arts, music and television and films host by Stephen Davis, business exective and playwrite. Two of the sponsors is WHEN THE BREAK HAPPENED IN ORANGEBURG COUNTY (www.thebreakinorangeburg.com)…a new play written by Stephen Davis which is coming to off Broadway in New York later this year and…THE_BREAK_STORE (www.thebreakstore.com), an online store. On our first podcast…you will be told what “The Break” means! It will have guests, including descendants of the characters of the play.
Sit back and enjoy…stuff!
Stephen Davis serves as Chairman/President, New England Broadband, Inc. Stephen Davis brings over 45 years in corporate and entrepreneurial leadership experience. He also produces, writes, directs and host a Podcast/Youtube Video/Television Show “The Show About Stuff! The Stephen Davis Show” (www.thestuffshow.com). And proudly, he is the manager of Selwyn Jones, Uncle of George Floyd, former Football player, motel owner/businessman and tremendous motivational speaker…and soon to be author!
He has served as:
Chairman of the Board of Directors, KD New York (www.kdnewyork.com).
Chairman/CEO of Black Education Network Television Network (BEN). Over the years, BEN has developed, produced and broadcast numerous television and radio programs, over many platforms including Time Warner, Comcast, PBS, Air America, Colours TV, Black Family Channel and the Internet to name a few. A few of the recent programs include “Inside the Congressional Black Caucus”, “Global Cinema TV” and the radio show “Black Politics with Chris Owens”, which reached 54 major cities in the U.S and globally over the Internet. BEN also owned and operated an Internet Access company in the past.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Coppin State University Development Foundation in Baltimore, MD until October, 2009. He helped lead the expansion of Coppin State University campus and the redevelopment of West Baltimore.
Chairman/CEO of Davca Corp, a U.S. military contracting wholesale food distribution company; Worldwide Food & Beverage, which owned Jean Georges, a wine importer; Limpex Trading Corp, an international trading company, with offices in New York, Washington DC, Sao Paulo, Brazil, London, England, Conakry, Guinea, Freetown, Sierra Leone and Monrovia, Liberia, selling everything from rice and vegetable oil to communication equipment in North and South America, Europe and Africa; Stanley Stephen Advertising Agency, located in New York, which was also part owner of the New York Stars women’s basketball team.
President/CEO of the African American Leadership Summit;
Hosted “Illuminations” television and radio show in NY. Commissioner of the NYC “Commission for Student’s of African Decent”;
Columnist for many newspapers including the NY Amsterdam News; Member of the organizing committee for the 30th Anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington; 1994 Chairman of the Phelps-Stokes Annual Dinner at the United Nations; and one the organizers of the ‘Million Man March’ on October 10, 1995 in Washington, DC.
Mr. Davis attended CUNY’s Baruch College and the Household Finance Corp’s 3 year Internal Management Program.