Ebonnie Rowe

Executive Director, Honey Jam

Ebonnie Rowe is the founder and director of PhemPhat Entertainment Group and producer of the Honey Jam concert and programme for young female artists of all cultures and musical genres. They provide promotional, mentoring, networking, educational and performance opportunities. The initiative started in 1995 and they celebrated their 25 year milestone in 2020. Artists such as Grammy Award winners Nelly Furtado and Melanie Fiona, along with Juno winners Kellylee Evans, Jully Black and Savannah Re, and Polaris winner Haviah Mighty and many others performed early in their careers. Rowe has organized impactful experiences for the artists such as songwriting camps, industry workshops, mentor cafe's, tickets to major artist concerts, opportunities to attend the Polaris, Juno and Grammy Awards, and sessions to learn from major artists such as Jessie Reyez, Serena Ryder, Estelle, Marsha Ambrosius, LeToya Luckett, Elle Varner, Erykah Badu, Janelle Monae and more. The programme creates a welcoming, supportive sisterhood and a safe space for young women to be vulnerable, to learn, to build self esteem and long-lasting relationships. It is for her a passion project. Check them out @thehoneyjam As a speaker, Ebonnie has participated in or moderated panels on Breaking Racial Barriers, Equity and Diversity in the industry, the Mental Health affects of COVID on the music industry, Challenges Black Girls face in the Education System Ebonnie and the work of Honey Jam has been profiled on CBC, Global TV, Canada AM, Muchmusic, ET Canada, MacLeans, The Toronto Star, National Post and many publications and media outlets. She has been featured in books such as “Canada 150 Women - Conversations with Leaders, Champions, and Luminaries” and "Put Your Dreams First, Handle Your Entertainment Business" and also received many awards including most recently the prestigious Roy Thompson Award of Recognition.

Ebonnie is speaking at

April 20, 2021
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Speakers

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** NOTE There will be a networking session immediately after this session

BPE#10 is the first featuring all women execs, and is at 4 pm ET on April 20th, an hour of introductions and very active chats, with 30+ music community speakers who can assist and bring knowledge in many ways towards INDIE 101 delegates' goals.

From about 5 pm ET, there's an hour of breakout room networking with a contact sheet of all execs distributed for follow-up beyond the conference, which is always key to lasting business relationships and networking.

April 21, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Speakers

Sponsored By:
SOCAN Foundation

Description

The music business is a hard road with many twists and turns in it. Hear from those that are leading with meaning and integrity. These are leaders in projects that are making meaningful impact in their community and in the music business!

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