Isisara Bey

Isisara Bey

ISISARA BEY is VP, Programs & Education for Count Me In, and Journey Agent for the Urban Rebound, Women Veteran Entrepreneur Corps, and Make Mine a Million $ Business national competitions. She also designed and facilitates CMI’s Leadership Institute.

As Journey Agent, Isisara has facilitated workshops and delivered talks for TEDx Barnard College, the U.S. State Department’s Vital Voices and Pathways to Prosperity, Global Women’s Business Initiative, NJ Performing Arts Center, NYC SummerStage, and others.

Prior to CMI she was VP, Corporate Affairs for Sony Music, directing philanthropic and strategic non-profit and governmental relationships. She helped form the Congressional Tri-Caucus, a consortium of Black, Hispanic and Asian members of Congress and produced the first two Tri-Caucus retreats. In the arts, she fostered partnerships between Sony Music and the Rhythm & Blues Foundation, Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, National Book Foundation and many others, and served on numerous boards.

Before that she was selected for Columbia Pictures executive management program and served as Director of Corporate Affairs at its LA headquarters.

Her career began as on-air personality for WEAA.FM and news producer at WJZ-TV in Baltimore.
Isisara has a BA in Theater and an MA in Media from Antioch University.
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Women veterans are succeeding in business. Isisara Bey joins Jim Blasingame to report on several success stories of women veterans who have started businesses after leaving the military.
Women associated with the military can get help with their small busiiness plans. Isisara Bey joins Jim Blasingame to report on the WVEC program that is designed to help women with military connections start and grow their small businesses.