Washington, District of Columbia, United States
In a city awash in wild new cultural invigoration, Washington, DC area native Geronimo James is a social connector equally as comfortable in this new reality as he is in the ideals of DC as defined by George Clinton as "Chocolate City and its vanilla suburbs." Educated in the Prince George's County school system and at Howard University, he is as much a product of the top tier of local education as he is a child of the local nightlife scene. His skills as one of DC's most underrated, yet appreciated, urban organizers and thought leaders comes from years of fervent support of Washington's vaunted hip-hop and go-go scenes, highlighted by his years as the proprietor of music blog and lifestyle brand The Glass House. Credit is also due to Geronimo as being one of the founding members of Rock Creek Social Club. Significant experience working with a plethora of internationally recognized brands, including but not limited to Armand de Brignac Champagne and Warby Parker, adds a dimension of established excellence that positions him as a rising star in a redefined Nation's Capital.