Ms. Victory has a strong background in modeling and acting. She studied acting at H.B. Studios (New York City)and with Robert Earl Jones doing community theatre productions. Since then, Ms. Victory has worked on several feature films such as “Strictly Business” and “Who’s the Man.” Ms. Victory later moved on and modeled for many N.Y. department stores including the 57th Street International Fashion Show. She also appeared in Black Hair Today Magazine and was featured in Class Magazine. Her co-hosting talent was greatly appreciated on Goldie’s Hot Raps where many rappers careers blew up, including Salt-n-Pepper, Kid-n-Play, and Rob Base. Ms. Victory, also known as Uniqua, served as both news and weather reporter on Youth in Progress Productions WNYE (91.5FM). In addition, she recorded a rap song on Sugarhill Records.
Terrance L. Bankston was born and reared in the South Ward of Newark. He is committed to the enhancement and advancement of the members of his community and challenges young people to make positive contributions to society. Mr. Bankston believes that the aforementioned is vital because ultimately “leadership recycling” will create direction to possible pathways to opportunities and roads to success. Terrance believes that giving back to a community that has raised and guided you, empowers us as a people who will have greater impact on the world.