Crystal Warner on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Crystal Warner

A true artist with an extensive background in the performing arts Crystal majored in Film/Theatre Arts and received her BA degree at New Jersey City University.

As a dancer/choreographer has graced the stage with the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall--Easter Show, Dance Africa at Brooklyn Academy of Music and performed with the late Gregory Hines. Crystal has toured around the world as a dancer/choreographer for R/B and Pop artist Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Shabba Ranks and Black Box just to name a few. As an actress Film/TV credits include: New York Undercover, Law & Order, Sex in the City, The Bedford Diaries, Copland, Once in the Life, US Marshals, Just My Luck and The Thomas Crowne Affair.

As an entrepreneur Crystal recently received an honorary certificate of recognition by Mayor Cory A. Booker and the City of Newark, NJ for her participation in the “Small Business Training & Technical Assistance Program.” “Crystal is a phenomenal woman with a phenomenal story who understands that the best way to succeed is to empower others. She is our “jewel of the city” as an Entrepreneur; says Mayor Booker.”

Presently, Crystal will be launching her “Faces of Color” campaign for her cosmetic line of makeup Crystal Glass Cosmetics. Makeup designed for Every Woman, Every Need, And Every Lifestyle.

As an Author; available in stores now is Crystal’s first wedding planning book publication “Today’s Bride & Groom For Couples”. Starting this summer Crystal will be touring to promote her book scheduled stops include: Los Angeles, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Albany, Georgia, New York, Florida, and Philadelphia. Contact us for more tour dates.

As an Artist, Crystal will continue to create beautiful photography and makeup artistry in fashion for Karen Sabag Couture, NY Fashion Week, Ford & Elite Model Agencies, and independent films.

As a director/writer/producer Crystal has started film development for her series of short films and documentaries slated for pre-production Winter of 2009 to 2011.

“How do I measure success? It’s the journey that makes you a success at what you’re passionate about. Getting paid for it is a blessing and the icing on the cake!”

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