Mogul Magazine is a monthly publication, marketed toward business professionals, in the Metro Louisville and Southern Indiana areas. Mogul Magazine was founded by Charles Rice, a local entrepreneur, who recognized the need to engage local residents in current information, events and activities. Mogul Magazine boasts a team of industry professionals with a charge to ignite, inform and inspire!
Are you looking for an exciting opportunity in the event marketing industry as a Promotional Model, Field Manager, Emcee, or a Brand Ambassador?
Rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer Stephen Garrett, better known as Static/Major, worked with several artists from Destiny’s Child & Christina Aguilera to David Banner & Lil Wayne, and was an obvious portrayal of a creative genius. He was a man who, despite his millionaire status, always remained humble. Major was a man who possessed a relaxed manner and an extraordinary work ethic. An artist whose formula expressed: Studio Time + Song Creation = Progress
We are looking for the Moguls of 2013! If you know a “Mogul in the Making” or someone who is helping to shape the city, leave their name, a brief bio and their contact information .
Mogul contains information on various topics, including; fashion and beauty tips, entertainment , music & culture, news, dating advice, political coverage, health/wellness tips, and sports. Mogul has secured some of the midwest's most notable professionals in these areas to provide readers with the latest and most up to date information available. The cover is dedicated to the focus of the main story. Some examples of cover stories might be a celebrity’s wedding, a holiday like Mother’s Day, or the recognition of the achievements of notable individuals. Mogul not only features high-profiled events and individuals, but everyday hard-hitting news that impacts lives, touches hearts and reflects the quality of life of the community we live in.
Super Sunday is an annual student recruitment initiative specifically targeting African-American students and their families, with information and resources to support college admissions and enrollment. On Sunday, February 24, 2013, the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS), and each of its 16 colleges will partner with African-American churches throughout the state to host college information fairs for prospective college students and their families. The day will promote higher education to show students how they can achieve a college education. It will also highlight the role of parental involvement and early preparation in facilitating successful access to college for African- Americans. It is part of the KCTCS Super Sunday statewide effort to encourage early planning for college and the involvement of community members as mentors for young people. At each church there will be a worship service. Speakers from KCTCS will be invited to speak about the value of higher education, the importance of early planning and the involvement of community members as mentors for young people. After the worship service, representatives from each college will share information about the college planning process, admissions, degree programs, financial aid, scholarships and more. Each event is open to the public, and people of all ages are invited to attend. Research has shown students begin contemplating college as early as elementary school, so students from K-12, their parents and families are the key audience for Super Sunday. As an open-access institution, one of KCTCS’ goals is to increase the educational attainment of diverse populations. Super Sunday is a KCTCS program to connect with and inform African-American students and their families about what it takes to get into college. Research shows that students and families from all racial and ethnic groups have high aspirations for a college education, but the pipeline carrying students from one level of education to another is dangerously leaky, especially from the African-American and Latino quarters. A 2011 KCTCS prospective student research study reveals that historically underserved respondents have a greater desire as a percent of Kentucky’s undereducated adult population than do Caucasians to pursue a higher education. National industry trends indicate the majority of future growth in higher education will come primarily from these segments of the population.
MogulTV Launching this summer!