About Jenise Michele

Baltimore, Maryland native and current Oakland, California girl Jenise Michele (also known as “Ccep”) has been writing and performing since elementary school. An early love of fiction and poetry coupled with a theater background lends depth and power to her stage presence. Since merging writing and performance in 2005, Jenise Michele has made a name for herself in poetry circles, performing at various venues across the country. She represented San Diego at the 2011 Women of the World Poetry Slam (WOWps); was a member of the 2011 San Diego “Elevated!” Slam Team; has featured at several local colleges/universities in SoCal and NorCal, as well as several community-based events, including co-directing The Vagina Monologues for V-Day SDSU 2013. Jenise Michele is dedicated to using her voice as a catalyst for social and emotional change and is doing so through her new movement “Keep It Light, Love”.


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