known Marguerite for many years. She is an industrious artist and educator.
...She breathes life into her programs and productions with the use of elements
that highlight the natural intersection between the arts and education.. She
is deft at conceptualizing and implementing programs
her work is very
Barbara A. Sizemore
Former Dean of the School of Education
Former Superintendent of Schools
The District of Columbia
fortunate to have Dr. Mariama help with our students' self-esteem issues.
She was brilliant...the work she did with them was phenomenal in terms of
outcomes. As a result, we have seen tremendous changes in all of our lives."
Director, Center for Womens' Development
Medgar Evers College
Dr. Mariama to be a sensitive and electrifying artist
integrated music, dance and theater with history and culture in a way that
honored their lives. Dr. Mariama had them on their feet dancing and singing
and being young again.
They rewarded her with multiple standing ovations."
Chicago Department of Aging
through the excitement of African American music.
"No Child Left Behind" (NCLB) Reading Initiative
Black History Month
Womens History Month
Educational Events and Conferences