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Saturday September 27, 2014 @ Mercer SF

The EOQ Party is the premiere end of quarter celebration for professionals and entrepreneurs. This event brings together world-class entertainment with exquisite venues and the world’s freshest young industry movers and shakers.The Q3 EOQ party is taking place at Mercer SF. We are bringing out Bay Area heavyweight DJs, DJ D-Sharp & DJ Mackswell, and more entertainment talents for a party to remember. Here’s a toast to another fiscal quarter of success, increasing shareholder value and taking another step closer towards promotion!


Special Guest Performer: Mara Hruby

mara-hruby Mara Hruby burst onto the scene in the beginning of 2010 playing shows all around the Bay Area and has released her debut EP “From Her Eyes” in November 2010. “From Her Eyes” is her first release of music to the world and it said a lot about her character and vision as an artist. Mara Hruby worked on the EP for a total of nine months and even went as far as recording and arranging/engineering her own vocals. The EP consists of cover songs originally recorded by male artists and each song has represented a moment in her life. Mara Hruby released the EP “Archaic Rapture” on March 18, 2014, which will then be followed by her first official album.


Special Guest Speaker: Kimberly Bryant, Black Girls Code


The glory of being the first black female Mark Zuckerberg is up for grabs, and Kimberly Bryant is making sure that there will be enough girls to step lively over the digital divide. As founder of Black Girls Code, a nonprofit that introduces young women (ages 7-17) to computer programming languages with an emphasis on entrepreneurship, Bryant knows it’s all about access — and confidence. Black Girls Code serves nearly 2,000 students in the U.S. and South Africa, with more than 600 volunteers from the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) industries. For her efforts, the former electrical engineer in 2013 was named one of Business Insider’s “25 Most Influential Blacks in Technology,” and Black Girls Code received a Champion of Change award from the White House this summer.


Special Guest Speaker: Stevon Cook For SF School Board


Stevon Cook is a third generation San Franciscan, current resident of Bayview Hunter’s Point and candidate for the San Francisco Board of Education. Stevon worked as an academic adviser at Marshal High School and was later appointment to the Community Advisory Committee for the Public Education and Enrichment Fund. Through his work, college enrollments increased by 38% for African Americans, and 14% for Latinos at Marshal. As a Commissioner, Stevon will work to improve our teacher retention to ensure educators are better prepared and supported in their first five years of teaching. He will do more to create safe and supportive schools to ensure that we are creating learning environments that allow teachers to teach and students to learn.

80s, Electronic / DJ, Hip hop, Top 40


DJ D-Sharp A skilled entertainer and triple threat, D-Sharp can produce, DJ and rock his own mic. His passion for music coupled with diligence, has gained him attention from industry professionals, and to move with the best of the best. Whether touring the world with acclaimed artists, producing albums and orchestrating mixtapes, or DJing for hungry party-goers, his love for music shines through all his projects and has awarded him success on all fronts. D-Sharp is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, but his music has echoed across the world. As a DJ, he has toured with the likes of Jay Z, Kanye West, Outkast, Common, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, The Game, Pharrell, Wu Tang Clan, and Jurassic 5.


DJ Mackswell With generations of family deeply entrenched in folk, bluegrass, soul & reggae music, Mackswell’s magnetic attraction to the quarter note was inevitable. Raised on a healthy dose of Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder and Dire Straits LPs it only felt natural when Mackswell stepped behind a set of turntables. Since his early teens Mackswell has been hustling mixtapes, jump starting functions and uniting the masses with a style that connects the dots between genres that aren’t traditionally found together. From crunk to classic soul, roots reggae to RnB, deep house to hip-hop, Mackswell’s sound is one that embraces diversity and and embodies resiliency. Catch Mackswell spinning across the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, the Pacific Northwest, and New York City.

Past EOQ Party Highlights

Yoshi’s San Francisco


Designed by award winning architect Mori Moto, Yoshi's San Francisco location opened in 2007. Residing in the Fillmore Heritage Center at 1330 Fillmore St., this 28,000 square-foot, two-story, state-of-the-art live music club and upscale Michelin-rated Japanese restaurant features the best of local, national and international performance artists.

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