About Mo Quick
Mo Quick made a name for herself in her native city of Atlanta, Ga. hosting the #1 Morning Show in the city for 3 years. She began her career in Media at age 17. She was heavily influenced by her late Uncle Nate Quick; who was also a Media Personality. Using her Uncles advice, she began her career humbly as an intern to many popular stations and personalities in Atlanta; such as, Sasha the Diva, Lil Bankhead, Dj Bill Black, and many other greats. Mo Quick was blessed with her first paid position working for Radio One in Cleveland, Ohio, and later returned to her home in Atlanta, Ga. to further her career. As a student of the game who came up with the help of others, Mo Quick takes every chance she gets to mentor and teach aspiring Media Personalities. Every few months Mo Quick has a "Quick Media" event. Quick Media is a networking and learning series panel where professionals in the industry share their knowledge and network with the aspiring. In addition to continuously releasing trendy and topical content; Mo Quick understands the importance of the serving the community, and often volunteers her time to organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club, Hashtag Lunch Bag, The Period Movement, and countless others. The next step for Mo Quick is landing her own Television Talk Show on a major network
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