Jami Jackson came to the Big Apple with a mission, a plan, and a mantra: “live for today, hope for tomorrow, and never look back on the past.” Graduating from Columbia University and now in oncology clinical research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, she is also a singer-songwriter passionately dedicated to music. Classically trained, a student of jazz and gospel, she has sung at the Apollo Theatre, Nuyorican Poet’s Café, Ashford and Simpson’s Sugar Bar, Bitter End, and Don’t Tell Mama, among others, as well as for weddings, churches, corporate events and social causes. Jackson was featured and profiled on MTV and BET, and in the New York Times, Seventeen, and NY Daily News, on major radio stations, and as a reality documentary star with the airing of Are You Positive?, which was seen by 5.1 million people on World AIDS Day on Black Entertainment Television (BET). Jackson latest song Keep Walkin’ On “will be an anthem for those facing hard times and looking for hope and a clear message to keep chasing your dream."
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