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Nicole Ari Parker joins Café Mocha radio show as Celebrity Correspondent

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Café Mocha Radio just added Nicole Ari Parker to their line up of talent for their syndicated show on Sirius/XM. Created by and for Women of Color, Café Mocha is noted as the fastest growing female syndicated radio show in broadcasting, striving to uplift women in an entertaining and positive way. As the newest member, Parker will serve as the Special Celebrity Correspondent bringing her unique perspective as a mom, actress and entrepreneur. She will be joining the show with hosts, comedienne/TV host Loni Love, rap legend MC Lyte and radio veteran Angelique Perri.

“As the only mother on the show, she offered insight into parenting and other challenges the working mom faces. Her perspective and insight on issues and topics was a welcomed addition to the show and we knew we had to keep her in the mix,” said Sheila Eldridge, creator and executive producer of Café Mocha Radio. Parker will also balance her work on NBC's hit series "Revolution," along with a recurring role on BET's hit reality TV spoof, "Real Husbands of Hollywood" alongside her husband Boris Kodjoe. As an entrepreneur, Parker has a health and beauty business, Save Your Do and is co-founder of Sophie’s Voice Foundation, a non-profit supporting Global Health and Wellness Initiatives in multicultural communities.

Parker is best known for her starring roles on TV shows like "Soul Food" and "Second Time Around" and in films like "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins," "Black Dynamite" and "King's Ransom." For more information on the Café Mocha Show visit their website: http://www.cafemocharadio.com; Twitter: @cafemocharadio; YouTube: Cafemocharadio; and on Facebook www.facebook.com/cafemocharadio.

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