If you’ve watched the Black Godfather on Netflix, this man is in this same vein!
BK Fulton is Chairman & CEO of Soulidifly Productions. BK is the chairman of 7 companies and an award-winning filmmaker and author. In 2017, BK founded Soulidifly Productions – a full feature film, stage and TV investment and production company designed to promote a more inclusive narrative in media. Soulidifly Productions has produced 10 feature films, 11 books and a #1 show on Broadway. BK is also a principal with Ralph Sampson in Winner’s Circle Ventures – a $100 million dollar strategic investment company targeting women and minorities.
Prior to becoming a full-time author and entrepreneur, BK was Vice President of the Mid-Atlantic Region for Verizon Communications, Inc. and President of Verizon Virginia and West Virginia.
He has held senior leadership, media, technology, and policy development posts with the U.S. Department of Commerce, AOL, Time Warner, Verizon, and the National Urban League.
BK is considered one of the most influential African Americans in technology. He serves on the boards of Norfolk State University, TowneBank, PreShow.co, the Joan Trumpauer Mulholland Foundation, the Library of Virginia Foundation, the Lewis Latimer House Museum, Media Mentors, The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation and MediaU.com.
BK is a member of the da Vinci Center Angel Advisory Board, the Global Advisory Board of Education for Sharing, the Executive Leadership Council, and the Boule.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in urban affairs and planning with two years of computer engineering and architecture (Virginia Tech), a Master of Science degree and Sloan Fellowship in management and policy analysis (Harvard’s – Kennedy School of Government and the New School’s -Milano School of Management and Policy Analysis), and a Juris Doctorate in intellectual property, electronic commerce and telecommunications law (New York Law School).
He is the father of twin boys and is married to Jacquelyn E. Stone, Esq.