DAC Journalist & Consultants
Post Office Box #1224
Deborah A. Culp
Journalist & Consultant
Deborah A. Culp has always had a sincere desire to help others through creativity and hard work. What began over fifteen years ago as a volunteer stint with the Detroit Wayne County Union of the Homeless as an acting PR practitioner, soon developed into several ongoing, compensated positions, in the areas of freelance writing, public relations, marketing, research and consultations. This includes non-profit organizations, individuals and businesses. Ms. Culp’s writing and media experience encompasses both print and broadcast media, in her Detroit hometown and abroad. A Guest columnist & non-profit writer for the Detroit Newspapers “On Detroit” Magazine, the Michigan Front Page, the Flint Enquirer News and other minority and mainstream/national publications as well.
She has co-published two Arts & Entertainment Magazines; MEP (Metropolitan Entertainment Plus, which evolved into NEP: National Entertainment Plus) Magazine and PARI-DISE Magazine, a Travel Arts & Entertainment Publication, which began as a tangible medium, then published on-line. Columnist for Impact Magazine and O
nline Content Writer. Deborah’s broadcast media experience also varies from, being one of the initial consultants to the productive & controversial WXON TV 20 Show –“Transitions”, a Live Auction Reader for WTVS TV (public television), the research and Development Coordinator for the “Winning Ways” television and radio shows, with host & producer, the Honorable Judge Wendy Cooley, publicist for “Late Night Entertainment Broadcasting, Co.”, now TV 68 and facilitator of a Caribbean documentary junket: “Bahamas Sunshine”, co-host, Ad Sales and Researcher for WMKM Radio’s “Unlimited Potential” , with Linda Beatty-Stevens.
Staff Editor and Publicist for the “world’s only” Gospel Music Hall of Fame & Museum and DoRohn Records, Inc., abstract writer for DAPCEP, a unique program for Detroit Public School and other children, and Founder/President for DAC Journalists & Consultants – Freelance Writing & Consulting Co., Marketing Committee Member of the S.E. Michigan United Way Foundation, WIC (Women In Community Service-National) Alliance Member, L.I.F.T. Women’s Resource Center Publicist, Assistant Coordinator Toys for Tots the S.E. Michigan U.S. Marine Corps. Transition of Prisoners (TOP) Inc., PR Consultant, Consultant & Coordinator for Detroit Bureau of Substance Abuse-Partnership for a Drug Free Detroit Member
Education and academic pursuits for Ms. Culp include; Henry Ford Community College Telecommunications Degree Program, Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts, Radio/TV Production and 3rd Class FCC Operators License-Southfield, MI., University of Phoenix Michigan Campus, Davenport University, pursuing Business and Marketing Degrees, respectively, DEI (Detroit Entrepreneurship Institute), Inc., Business Plan Development, various Skill Path Management and other developmental training’s, FAODP and SPEX Substance Abuse certifications toward CAC I, Alcohol & Drug Counseling. Deborah A. Culp has received many awards, letters of acknowledgments for community and personal service, two city and state proclamations and an Honoree Ambassador Award from the Islands of the Bahamas.