Lectures, Panels & Appearances

August 17, 2015
Evening Spotlight Dinner
New York Law School 
New York, NY
November 17, 2014
Hofstra University
Long Island, NY
March 25, 2014
Lehman College
Bronx, NY
October 2, 2013
Berklee College of Music 
Boston, MA
“Business of Hip Hop/Urban Music Symposium”
September 19, 2013
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY
“NAHJ Lecture Series”
September 15, 2013
Brooklyn, NY
“She Is Me: The Power In You Brunch”
March 20, 2013
Automotive School 
Brooklyn, NY
“Lyrical Cafe”
March 15, 2013
Bronx Museum Of The Arts 
1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY
“All Hail The Queen: A Tribute To The Women In Hip Hop”
October 6, 2012
The League of Young Voters
Philadelphia, PA 1-4PM
September 25, 2012
The League Of Young Voters
Cincinnati, Ohio
September 22, 2012
Kelly Strayhorn Theater
5941 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA
August 12, 2012
Grammy Camp Launch Party
The New School
New York, New York
April 1, 2011
Pocono Mountain East High School
Stroudsburg, PA
March 17, 2011
Community College Of Baltimore County
Baltimore, MD
“Women In Hip Hop: Misogyny Vs. Misrepresentation”
March 1, 2011
University of North Carolina (McKnight Hall)
Charlotte, NC
“Straight From The Source: The New Hip Hop Feminism”

2 thoughts on “Lectures, Panels & Appearances

  1. Hello Ms. Osorio, not sure of any other means to reach you on a professional level. My name is Dave Clark, and I am founder of New Creative social network http://www.Skribblr.com. I am writing you in regards of having you as one of our featured people on the site.

    I currently feature everyone from Hollywood Producers, Filmmakers, Musicians, and artist. All who represent that new creative mentality. It would be great to feature a great journalist as yourself, but also because of what you represent. You being a female in this male dominant hip hop world, and me being an urban, African-American Entrepreneur, in this mostly white dominated tech arena, I relate to you and feel compelled by your story.

    If interested, please feel free to hit me back at Dave@skribblr.com and check out the site. Its a new site that is quietly making noise. And I think it will be great for the urban community to see that you don’t have to be within the “corporate structure” to establish a global social network. Because I feel we all share common grounds in the creative space.


    Dave Clark

  2. Good morning Ms. Osorio,

    I work for WVON 1690 AM in Chicago, Illinois. We noticed that you have been on the air before for one of our shows in the previous years. We would like for you to come on the show again and discuss a few things. Considering that June is black music month and you are the editor in chief of The Source we would like to have this wonderful opportunity of speaking with you on air again. The air dates are June 14th, 21st, OR 28th. Please feel free to contact myself Jaleesa Walker at daveda@wvon.com or by phone at 773-247-6200.

    Thank you.

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