Saryea, born and raised in Milwaukee, WI from a loving family of six. Saryea, being the youngest of her siblings always received attention for the accomplishments she’s achieved throughout the years. As a child growing up in a strong Christian background, her parents always encouraged her to excel in future goals. As her parents grew in Christ, Saryea exhibit special talents at an early age singing and playing instruments. Under great admiration and guidance of the Honorable Bishop Ellis E. Murchison, Sr. of the Pentecostal Power Churches, Inc., Saryea confessed her love for Christ as her talents grew with great passion as a soloist, choir member, choir director and administrative assistant.
Saryea remained focus on obtaining her education. As a graduate of Custer High School, she later pursued her secondary schooling from UW-Whitewater where she received her Bachelor’s Degree of Arts & Communication in 2001. After graduating, Saryea relocated to University Park, IL to pursue her Master’s Degree in Communication & Training in June 2004.
Internationally, Saryea traveled to South Africa and Cuba to offer outreach service by way of distributing food, clothing and monetary goods to the surrounding villages and townships.
Locally, Saryea demonstrated commitment and dedication to community service through volunteer for the African World Festival, Martin Luther King, Jr Back to School Festival, Community Health Fairs and the National Pentecostal Power Churches, Inc. Abstinence Education seminars and workshops.
While studying at UW-Whitewater, Saryea began her broadcasting career voluntarily in the Fall of 1997. She took no time in finding her passion of becoming an on air radio personality on 91.7 FM, broadcasting live every Sunday night to uplift, inspire and encourage her fellow students with the best in Gospel Music. Throughout the summer months, Saryea continued to stick with her religious roots by becoming apart of WGLB 1560 AM in Milwaukee, WI. During her 20 year tenure at WGLB, she had the opportunity to meet and interview national recording artists at the Gospel Music Stellar Awards, The Soar Radio Music Awards and African World Festivals, host various events throughout the city and do live remotes for community events.
As Saryea’s love for radio grew she was blessed to host “The Gospel Music Morning Radio Show Monday through Friday 8am-12pm. In November of 2013 she was chosen to host the #1 Most Voted Radio show called, “The Gospel Music Morning Mix” with Dennis Walton, Founder & President of Made Men Worldwide, Inc. One highlight of Saryea’s radio career was being a part of the documentary film entitled 53206 Milwaukee.
Aside from radio, in 2001 Saryea started her business named Higher Dimension Graphic Design and Print. She has serviced clients locally and nationwide working with businesses, schools, daycares and churches.
Saryea loves what she does, carrying all of her inventory in her head and feels that even with all of her success, the best is still yet to come.
Mr. Dennis C. Walton is a Community Organizer / Social Entrepreneur and Activist by trade and at heart that believes that know corporation or business endeavor can truly succeed if it does not serve the interest of making people and communities a better place. Mr. Walton in his leadership capacity works with the highest level of government officials and business leadership locally, nationally and internationally. His professional experience consists of being a Campaign Manager, Political Strategist for local and national elected officials, Legislative lobbyist, Group Facilitator and Community Activist. As an Entrepreneur, Mr. Walton has owned and operated successfully numerous community based businesses such as the first community Montessori childcare, convenience stores, as well as being the founder of Growth & Development Y.E.A.R.S and Growth & Development Women's Resource Center, in one of the nations most distressed communities.
Mr. Walton is also a loving father of three children two boys and one girl. He has professional background and experience in commercial and residential real-estate development, finance, business development and entertainment. Mr. Walton was previously the Site Coordinator for the Building Neighborhood Capacities Program (BNCP) a federal program commissioned by President Obama to help residents and families in Milwaukee WI, Amani Community become more engaged and active in civic duty and resident based solutions to address the issues of violence and resident leadership. He is now the Resident Leader for the Amani community where his focus is to change negative community systems through resident engagement which leads to resident empowerment.
He is the, former Outreach Coordinator and Co-director for the Mayor of Milwaukee, Fatherhood Initiative (MFI), Shared Studios Global Portal Director, Co-host of one of Milwaukee’s most popular talk radio programs and assistant producer, organizer and feature in one of Milwaukee’s most successful film documentaries Milwaukee 53206 and Founder of Made Men Worldwide. Mr. Walton has committed his life to fighting and eliminating disparities and injustices that exist in Milwaukee. He works relentlessly to bring forth viable, intelligent, and practical solutions that will heal, social ills in our community, nation and the world.