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The ChangeMakers Radio Show Interviews West Ward Council Candidate Artice K. Norvell III


EAST ORANGE, NJ - Artice K. Norvell III, West Ward’s District Leader was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey. Norvell is an advocate for social change and progress in the West Ward. 

He has displayed a passion, desire, and determination to serve his community and stand up for the working class and low-income families or underprivileged. He has roots in the City of Newark that extend back to his grandparents.

For the past three years as District Leader, Artice K. Norvell has been rooted in community service. He has participated in charitable community initiatives such as feeding the homeless, providing turkey give-a-ways, volunteering in workshops and after-school programs as well as organizing winter clothing drives, workshops, and block clean-ups in his community. 

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As an active member of the New Hope Baptist Church he has participated in the Breast Cancer walks. He was an active and key participant in the 2012 Hurricane Sandy relief effort, and has participated in community outreach programs through the men’s ministry.

Artice has crafted a vision to propel the West Ward forward as the 2018 West Ward Councilman. He is a problem solver and an advocate for finding resources and services for the constituents of this community.

Artice K. Norvell III is married and has two children. He went to West Side High School in Newark, NJ. He attended Ashworth University in Norcross, GA and graduated with an A.S. Degree in Business Management. Currently he is attending University of Phoenix for his B.S. Degree in Public Administration. He also received a high honors diploma in Property Management and has a real estate license with NJ Board of Realtors and a Certified Credit Consultant for Credit Justice Services. He has established an Consulting Agency which is called Artice Norvell Consulting LLC. He has served as an Aide to the West Ward Councilman of the City of Newark, NJ and serves as Public Safety Citizen from having received a certificate with the Department of Public Safety in Public Safety Citizens/Clergy Academy.

The ChangeMakers Radio Show as been making waves since it aired in October of 2015. Each week it features politicians, entertainers, filmmakers, and entrepreneurs alike along with other very notable guests.

The co-hosts Royston Allman, Rebecca Saint Louis, Eric Perryman, and Queen Aaminah bring a combined twenty years of experience in broadcasting. Every Saturday you can hear them engaging in enlightening discussions with news-makers from across the country and abroad about the issues of the day.

It airs every Saturday from 2pm-4pm EST on  WZYE LP 95.9 FM. You can also tune in online for Facebook Live on the The ChangeMakers Show Page, tune in or dial in to AudioNow (605) 468-5891.

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