Nadia Jewel Actress, Model, Brand Ambassador and entrepreneur  was raised in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, but still calls her birthplace of Alabama home.  The graduate of North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University is an actress, model, devoted mother, chemist, entrepreneur, lyrical & urban ballroom dancer and health & nutrition enthusiast.  Nadia signifies herself as an award winning actress and model by receiving titles for Best Actress, Best Model and Supporting Actress of the Year for the Featured Highlights Awards. Her professional career blossomed 3 years ago when she graced the runway for a prestigious designer at a benefit show in Charlotte, NC.  Recently, she appeared on the catwalk for Charlotte International Fashion

Ms. Nadia Jewell

Get The Black Mind Right

picture by Michael L. Buie

Model Of The Month

Week, NC Black Film Festival fashion show, African Fashion Week NC, UNCG Annual Threads Fashion Show, NC Hair & Beauty Battle and numerous shows up and down the east coast. Nadia Jewel is also a print model and brand ambassador for an international clothing brand, VaVichi Premium Garments  and the Michael Anthony custom apparel lines. The work she has presented in front of the cameras has allowed her to add "Published Model" to her list of accomplishments. She is currently featured in several model magazines.

Aside from ripping the runway and posing for cameras, you can find Nadia fulfilling her other goal in life, ACTING! Her passion for acting is attributed to her roles in both films and stage plays.  Credits include the National Black Theater Festival, a feature film, Flowers, starring celebrity actor, Clifton Powell, an extra role on the tv series, Shots Fired, starring celebrity actor, Sanaa Lathan, the nationally recognized 48 hour film project, a webseries, tv series and many indie films and stageplays nationwide.  In the theatrical world, Nadia is best known for her breakout performance as Zora Neale Hurston during the Harlem Renaissance in the stage production, Zo and Lang.  One of her most honorable roles was as Dr. Betty Shabazz in a stage play documentary, By Any Means: Malcolm X.  

To enhance her career, Nadia Jewel frequents modeling and acting classes, auditions and networking events within the industry. She has several upcoming roles and projects to be on the lookout for. Nadia wishes to thank her family, friends and mentors for their support and guidance.Week, NC Black Film Festival fashion show, African Fashion Week NC, UNCG Annual Threads Fashion Show, NC Hair & Beauty Battle and numerous shows up and down the east coast. Nadia Jewel is also a print model and brand ambassador for an international clothing brand, VaVichi Premium Garments  and the Michael Anthony custom apparel lines. The work she has presented in front of the cameras has allowed her to add "Published Model" to her list of accomplishments. She is currently featured in several model magazines.

Aside from ripping the runway and posing for cameras, you can find Nadia fulfilling her other goal in life, ACTING! Her passion for acting is attributed to her roles in both films and stage plays.  Credits include the National Black Theater Festival, a feature film, Flowers, starring celebrity actor, Clifton Powell, an extra role on the tv series, Shots Fired, starring celebrity actor, Sanaa Lathan, the nationally recognized 48 hour film project, a webseries, tv series and many indie films and stageplays nationwide.  In the theatrical world, Nadia is best known for her breakout performance as Zora Neale Hurston during the Harlem Renaissance in the stage production, Zo and Lang.  One of her most honorable roles was as Dr. Betty Shabazz in a stage play documentary, By Any Means: Malcolm X.  

To enhance her career, Nadia Jewel frequents modeling and acting classes, auditions and networking events within the industry. She has several upcoming roles and projects to be on the lookout for. Nadia wishes to thank her family, friends and mentors for their support and guidance.