Keisha Lancelin has been a force behind the growth WUPA since it’s inception in September of 1995. While the vision and scope of television has moved with trends of society, she has remained focused on the key aspects of effective and informational programming that speaks to the community.
As the Public Affairs Director at CW 69, her days are divided between duties as spokesperson, talent, producer, and community liaison. She is the host of community affairs program, Focus Atlanta, which airs at noon on Sunday afternoons. In addition to producing the program she maintains relationships with service organizations in an effort to establish WUPA as an ongoing venue of support to the community. She has been a co-host for the Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon in Atlanta since 1998. Her community outreach duties include: providing internships to broadcast students, supervising employee volunteerism, as well as airing public service announcements that target issues of importance.
She is an advocate of the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy as well as an avid supporter of the American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association, The Partnership Against Domestic Violence and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority , Inc.. She has received numerous accolades for her community service and dedication including a Proclamation from the Atlanta City Council for her work in the education and prevention of HIV.
Four friends discuss differing opinions on four different topics prevalent in today’s society. This weeks episode focuses on gun control. Gun Control: Issues and Concerns Gun Control: Opinions and Discussion Gun Control: What have we learned?
Learn about the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health program with Morehouse School of Medicine Research Prevention Center. Morehouse School of Medicine Research Prevention Center discusses food deserts in our community and what we can do to help. Learn about health inequities in the community of Atlanta with the Morehouse School of […]
Good Grief is the first social networking app that allows you to get in touch with others suffering from the death of a loved one. Veterans Molding Minds uses their previous military training skills to impact the lives of second chance citizens. Check out Respected Roots, natural grooming products for men of color, […]
Good Grief is the first social networking app that allows individuals suffering from the death of a loved one to connect with others in the same situation. Veterans Molding Minds uses their previous military training skills to impact the lives of second chance citizens. Check out Respected Roots, a line of all natural […]
Former NFL Player Bobby Howard discusses how the NFL Players Association is making a difference in the community. Keep children out of harms way with summer safety tips from the Gwinnett County Police Dept. Office Depot has kids “going back to school proud” this year with an amazing assortment of products. Musical […]
Congressman David Scott discusses his 14th Annual Health Fair, helping veterans, and more. Congressman David Scott discusses his 14th Annual Health Fair, helping veterans, and more. Help young mothers and their children get the tools they need with House of Dawn. You can get your blood pressure checked and taste some delicious […]
Lequitta Watters discusses Game Changers, a non-profit reentry and mentorship movement for individuals who have been involved in the criminal justice system. The Georgia Mission of Mercy Pop Up Dental Clinic helps those in need get access to free dental services. Come out and join Clark Atlanta University in their year-long 30th Year […]
Dr. Patricia Thompson gives us tips for taking a summer vacation. Let your imagination run wild with the Mobile Movie Makers Film and Youth competition. Get active and celebrate the restaurant industry with Waiters’ Race Atlanta! Horizon’s Atlanta helps less advantaged kids avoid the summer slide.
Dr. Crystal Champion advocates for cancer patients with Champions Can! American Red Cross discusses why being a blood donor is so important. Cool off with summer hydration smoothies from Planet Smoothie! Lisa Adler tells viewers what makes Horizon Theatre so unique.
Ancestry DNA reunites Kieron Graham with his long-lost brother. Maintain your summer hydration with tips n’ tricks from Erica Key. Help a foster child thrive with Mattress Firm. Get creative with Atlanta’s 48 Hour Film Project!