Meet The Team
Patricia Diggs is a 25 year specialist in communications, media and public relations in Los Angeles and Washington DC. She acted as a public relation liaison for the 1992 and 1996 Democratic Convention and received a White House fellowship.
Ms. Diggs created The Publishers Group and co-published “Bronzeville, A Milwaukee Lifestyle,” with urban anthropologist, Ivory Abena Black. The publication explores The Great Migration of African-Americans to Milwaukee Wisconsin.
She created and co-produced with MPTV-PBS “Punching In” a documentary about the transitional challenges of a manufacturing city to a new global marketplace and received a proclamation from the City of Milwaukee.
In 2014, she was a recipient of recognition by the U.S Marshal’s “Diversity Day” with her gift of an autographed picture of Robert F. Kennedy to U.S Marshal Luke Moore for his heroic participation in the desegregation of the University of Mississippi in October 1962.
Ms. Diggs is the Executive Director of Operation BackLot / S.T.E.P Academics, a skilled based training program for under served young adults in Los Angeles.
She attended the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee/UCLA Broadcasting, and is a native Milwaukeean.
Director of Multi-Media
Dreka Shevon is an award-winning storyteller who grew up in Mississippi where she received her B.A degree in Film from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Dreka has worked in the Broadcast and Film Industry for over 15 years. In 2013, she launched and headed the Commercial Production Dept. at an NBC Affiliate in Memphis, TN.
After resigning to devote her energies full time to the development of Prime Stone Media, LLC, Dreka has since developed several platforms and PSAs to bring awareness to a variety of socially significant subjects such as women issues and child abuse.
Her film "The Companion," won BEST NARRATIVE SHORT FILM at the Miami Women’s International Film Festival. It also screened at several other festivals including Martha Vineyards African-American Film Festival and Holly Black Film Festival in Hollywood.
She inspired a movement of independent filmmakers in Mississippi after producing her first feature film in 2007, "Ready for Love."
Through her story telling, Dreka seeks to open the door and spotlight the struggles and issues of contemporary America.
Clement Gibson is a storyteller currently attending Columbia University in the city of New York. Since migrating to the United States from Liberia in 1997, Gibson has shared a love for arts– acting, writing and directing.
He's accumulated a diverse background by earning degrees in Business Administration, Communication Studies and his B.S. in Mass Communication from Jackson State University.
The Liberia-native has worked and written for UNCF Walton K-12 Education Reform, IMS Engineers, MADDRAMA Perfromance Troupe, Gee-Bee Productions, LLC., Writer's Guild of America, West, Prime Stone Media, LLC, and CNN holding titles as a marketing and communications specialist, creative writer, assistant creative director and pre-production assistant.
Gibson birthed NOi Productions and released his first documentary, "What is Black?" in May 2019. Additionally, he's written many scripts for films and plays like the upcoming feature film, "Effie," and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum's exhibit, "Spirits of the Passage."
He's won awards for persuasive speaking, play writing and most notably, the Spike Lee Award for writing, directing and acting.