He brings a unique message that spans beyond age, race, creed, gender, culture and social economic backgrounds. He has spoken before 100,000 people at the 1998 “Million Youth March”, in churches, on street corners and in high schools and college campuses. He gave an energized, profound and fiery address before a crowd of 3,000, in defense of Colin Kaepernick and against police brutality in front of the National Football League headquarters. Mega has a unique ability to electrify the masses with a microphone and a message.
Mega is a renaissance man.
In his Hollywood lane he can be seen in the kid-friendly film, “Like Mike,”starring Bow Wow, Morris Chestnut and several NBA all-stars. He made a cameo appearance in the film Brotherly Love of which he also choreographed all of the basketball scenes. In addition, Mega has appeared on “with Bryant Gumbel, the “Howard Stern” show, “BET Tonight The Early Show” with Tavis Smiley”,“Sally Jesse Raphael,” and the “Queen Latifah Show”. He has also been a guest on syndicated radio shows including” NPR”, “The Tom Joyner Morning Show” “The Star and Bucwild Show” and the “Wendy Williams Show”, among others.
Mega isn’t just an orator; he is a man of action. Based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Will is the Executive Strategist of Octavius Strategies, a political consulting and issue advocacy firm. He is one of the most recognized community organizers, political strategists and youth educators on the east coast. His boundless energy, gifted oratory skills, strategic organizing abilities and compassion for the disenfranchised has led him to be on the forefront of many social, political and youth-empowerment causes around the country.
Will Mega once helped to organize and mobilize armed black men nationwide to shut down a Ku Klux Klan rally in Jasper Texas. This occurred during the wake of racist violence by angry white supremacists who murdered James Byrd, Jr. by dragging and beheading him while chained on the back of a pickup truck. Mega took up the plight of domestic violence victim Kemba Smith before the country. He was instrumental in her being granted clemency by President Bill Clinton. His relentless advocacy against police brutality led to the acquittal of community activist, Askia Sabur of all charges. The winning of a 1 million dollar civil lawsuit against the city of Philadelphia followed this.