Author/ Screenwriter/ Producer: Davis is a passionate writer, who has always been ahead of the pack. Davis and Jubalo started Z&O Publishing, an independent publishing company launched in early 2009. Releasing their first book "Roses & Brass Knuckles: A Man's Pocket Guide To Winning The Dating and Marriage Game" in the Fall of 2009 moving over 10,000 units in that quarter alone without major marketing or promotion, on only word of mouth and stellar reviews on several major websites.
This led Zach and Okeeba to become contributors to several mainstream magazines like Essence's "Heart & Soul and Urban Lux. In 2010 Zach and Okeeba released the highly praised "Can't No Dog Worry This Pussy Cat: A Woman's Pocket Guide To Getting A Good Man and Keeping Him", the original "straight talk" relationship book for women. To take his craft to the next level, Zach co-founded 3rd Fathom Entertainment, a film and television production company with multiple theatrical releases under that imprint.
Community leader, artist, activist and CEO, Okeeba Jubalo, is a visionary pioneer for the advancement of African American art and business in Atlanta. Jubalo has helped push the culture forward and create opportunities for others through his marketing and branding agency, NobleSol Art Group. His agency’s clients list has included The Morehouse College National Alumni Association and The Los Angeles Sparks along with many others. He has curated and been featured in a number of fine art exhibitions as well.
Jubalo has over 25 years of experience in the art industry ranging from music, fine art, branding to graphic design. Jubalo founded NobleSol Art Group in 2002 with the intent to not only build his own personal brand, but to direct the branding process of other entrepreneurs. NobleSol Art Group created a voice for entrepreneurs by branding their businesses, which sparked Jubalo to create the national publication, Young Black Entrepreneur Magazine. This publication serves as an educational platform for entrepreneurs.
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