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Women Interactive is a creative technology festival for women with a special focus on women of color who produce and share media content taking place in the Cosby Building at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia on October 13, 2012. In keeping with the fast paced nature of technology, the WI Festival will allow college students, collegiate faculty, technology and media professionals and enthusiasts the opportunity to interact with innovative technology by following the three pillars on which the festival is based: Interaction, Education and Inspiration. The three pillars are exemplified through three festival tracks: Creating Content, Sharing Content and Monetizing Creativity.
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Karen Marie Mason

Artist Launch
Owner
Atlanta, Georgia
Karen Marie Mason is the founder of the Artist Launch | Artist and Label services for indies and boasts a facebook group of the same name with over 2000 artists. A powerhouse innovator, Karen Marie Mason has successfully mastered and exerted cultural influence in the music, film, television, radio and publishing industries.  Her wheelhouse of talents has etched superstars like Michael Jackson, Sade, Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes,  into world history.    A focused multi tasker Karen also rose to be one of the top location scouts in Atlanta for film, television and commercials working on projects for Usher, Ludacris, Rick Ross, T.I. and also worked as a location manager for Tyler Perry Studios  with credits including “Why Did I Get Married,” “The Family That Preys,” “Madea Goes to Jail,” among others. Her clients have included everyone from Sony Pictures, MTV to BET and TV One. In addition to film locations manager, Mason produced the independent film Switching Lanes, starring Terri J. Vaughn (“The Steve Harvey Show”) and directed by Thomas Mikal Ford (“Martin”). She also joined the production team of , Ir/Reconcilable, starring Jasmine Guy (“A Different World”) and Dick Gregory, which aired on the HBO networks. Karen is also host of WRFG’s “Sunday Night Fiyah.”  She sits on the board of People TV.