THE STORY OF MOGULDOM
Moguldom Media Group is the world’s largest network of owned and operated digital brands focusing on African Americans as measured by comScore online reach.
Our premium online brands capture the pulse of diverse segments of African Americans and provide rich, compelling experiences across multiple media channels including online video, mobile, and social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
As owners and operators of our own digital properties and content, we are uniquely positioned to drive innovation and value for both our audiences and the advertisers seeking to reach them.
Moguldom Media Group, LLC is a private African American owned business registered with the National Minority Supplier Diversity Council.
Chairman and CEO
Jamarlin Martin, a respected pioneer and visionary in digital media, founded Moguldom Media Group in 2006 with a $6 domain name investment. Called a “Digital Powerhouse” by Jet Magazine, Jamarlin has been featured in Fortune Magazine and is widely considered a leading expert in the emerging industry of Paid Discovery. Prior to Moguldom Media Group, Jamarlin founded and managed a currency trading and financial markets blog, The Detached Trader. Previously, Jamarlin worked as a paralegal for Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton. He attended Syracuse University College of Law and is a graduate of Morehouse College.
EVP, Moguldom Women
Judene Walden, is the Executive Vice President of the Moguldom Women’s Division where she manages the direct sales team’s efforts for Moguldom Media and oversees the rollout and activation of M.U.S.E, an annual conference for MadameNoire readers. She served most recently as Vice President, Integrated Sales for Ebony and JET magazines and digital properties. Ms. Walden holds her BBA in International Business from Howard University School of Business.
Chief Creative Officer
Marve Frazier is responsible for developing creative, innovative, and actionable ideas across Moguldom Media Group. She also manages Bossip.com and is responsible for growing the Bossip brand from 1 million unique visitors and 20 million pageviews to 2 million unique visitors and 50 million pageviews. Marve was featured in Yahoo’s “Top Ten Celebrity Blogs of The Year” and GQ.
A digital native, Liz is no stranger to storytelling online and is regarded as a leader in tech. She was named by Clutch Magazine as one of 10 Black Women Taking the Tech World by Storm, and HP named her one of the Top 50 Women Tastemakers in Tech. Liz earned her B.S. in Comparative Media Studies from MIT and holds an M.A. from the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism at USC.