Bem Joiner believes in Atlanta. Joiner, is one-third of the civic-minded creative collective “Atlanta Influences Everything.” Bem was born and raised in the West End neighborhood with in the City of Atlanta. He has a pure passion for its people and progress. Joiner, majorly contributes to what makes culture in Atlanta, cool and captivating. As a creative culture curator, Bem has managed and consulted a variety of lifestyle brands and designed meaningful programs for clients like Sprite, Mississippi Dept. of Education, truth.com, Jack Daniels, Vitamin Water, Nissan, the National Black Arts Festival and countless others. He has also booked "early-adopter" shows for Drake, Kendrick Lamar as the first Goodie Mob reunion show. Bem is also one of the founders of CreativeCall.org which is a community service effort/collaboration between Atlanta and Stockholm creatives.
Most recently, Bem served as Community Engagement Coordinator for the Center for Civic Innovation. There, he used a creatively academic approach to social impact and entrepreneurship, to bring various subcultures, community members and other sectors of Atlanta together to collaborate, innovate and elevate the city and all of its citizens. He is also currently sitting on the boards of three non-profits, Chop Art & The Wren's Nest and the Harvard Debate Council Diversity Project.