It's always special when you share time with another successful entrepreneur, especially one with the heart of advocacy. Our guest is Kati 'Jazz' Gray-Sadler, a St. Louis native, fondly nicknamed ‘Jazz’ is rightfully called a modern day Renaissance Woman! Jazz is the Chief Executive Officer of Gray-Sadler Enterprises, Inc., a business services firm and Producer of Philadelphia based LesBe Real Radio Talk/Media. Today, LesBe Real media outlets
cover major events seen by more than 5 million online viewers and radio broadcast heard by more than 60,000 monthly listeners on Philadelphia WKDU 91.7FM and MIXCLOUD Podcast!
She has served on numerous Boards and Commissions and was appointed to serve on the Mayor’s Commission for LGBT Affairs the City of Philadelphia, PA and also serves on the Advisory Board for PHLDiversity a division of the Convention and Visitors Bureau in 2017.
In 2015 Founded and is the Board President of Fifty Shade of Purple Against Bullying aka FSP Against Bullying a national non-profit organization whose mission is to work with victims (both children and adults) of bullying and administering programs accessed by more than 20,000 individuals annually.
Jazz is no stranger to Activism. She a parent and IEP Advocate for Intellectual Disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder and has lead grass roots human rights campaigns. In 1999 she succeeded at a brief but historical political career, by winning a landmark election making her the first Mayor candidate in the
history of New Jersey to win by ‘personal choice’ ballot. Her historical election in Chesilhurst went on to become the framework that changed voter laws and influenced what’s now the ‘Help America Vote Act of 2002. Jazz’s candor, quick wit and magnetic personality has become the trademarks for
her success. When asked about her greatest accomplishments, she’ll simply state, “consistently showing up as an authentic person is the greatest measure of any success.” To say she’s making huge impacts as an Activist and Community Leader would be an understatement.