Beverly Bond, author, DJ, artist, tV producer, & FOUNDER OF BLACK GIRLS ROCK!®

Beverly Bond is an author, DJ, artist, cultural curator, television producer, philanthropist, and thought leader who has blazed trails in music, entertainment and social entrepreneurship.

In 2006, Bond founded BLACK GIRLS ROCK!® to showcase empowering images of women of color. She partnered with BET in 2010 to bring the BLACK GIRLS ROCK!® Awards to television which garnered over 2.7 million on its television debut. 

Beverly Bond has earned a number of prestigious recognitions including EBONY Magazine’s Power 100 list of “Most Influential Blacks In America,” three Gracie Awards, four NAACP Image Awards and four Root 100 Awards. Bond has also been given the “Key to the City” and celebrated with her own “Beverly Bond Day” in Rochester, NY by Mayor Lovely.

Mayor Muriel Bowser declared March 6th as BLACK GIRLS ROCK! DAY in Washington, DC.

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