A popular voice on social media, Michael-Chase gained his online following (@mcstrollo) for his personal lifestyle blogging, and fashion modeling.
Shortly after enlisting in the United States Army, Michael-Chase joined the promotions staff of 104.7 The Fish FM in Atlanta where he assisted in the marketing, planning, and coordinating of station events, as well as the promotion of the city's longest running morning show during its national syndication to 60 U.S. radio markets.
During his 6 year military career, Michael-Chase earned the rank of Specialist serving as a Public Relations Representative. Overseeing the internal and external mission communications for nearly 1,000 soldiers and their families, Michael-Chase was responsible for company and battalion public relations from monitoring news coverage to prepare impact and after-action reviews to working with local, state, and federal agencies strengthening media relations.
In 2018, Michael-Chase co-founded Rising Media, a digital media influencer collaborative agency. Directing client brand channels and high-performing creative ad campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, Michael-Chase provided oversight on content creation, strategy, design, and execution based on client target audiences.
Michael-Chase has generated over 100 million social media impressions growing his online platforms to over 100,000 followers. His posts have been featured nationally and internationally in publications including The Straits Times, B.E.T, The AJC, Sputnik, and Townhall. In 2019,, Michael-Chase appeared on the CBS daytime television talk show 'The Mel Robbins Show' for his online following.
Michael-Chase has previously partnered with brands including Jo Ghost, Trina Turk & Mr. Turk, Converse, Members Only, and Lilly e Violetta. In October 2020, Michael-Chase appeared in rapper Jack Harlow’s ‘Tyler Herro’ official music video, which generated 28 million views on YouTube in less than two months.
Graduating from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations, Michael-Chase was named to the fall 2021 President’s List and spring 2022 Dean’s List. Michael-Chase's Women Leadership Digital Storytelling Project interview with radio personality Taylor Scott was published by The Stevens Initiative International Virtual Exchange Program.
Michael-Chase currently serves as the Director of Dash Fine Arts, a non-brick and mortar gallery specializing in the representation and curation of fine art based in Atlanta. From primary and secondary market sales to advising, research, restoration, and interior design, Dash has represented works by notable artists including Reed Benson, Danny Robinette, Peter Max, Carole Pigott, Wesley Chamberlin, and Henri Matisse.
Michael-Chase continues to share his personal lifestyle online and regularly posts about the mission to end human trafficking and bringing awareness to suicide prevention.
Michael-Chase on the CBS daytime television show 'The Mel Robbins Show,' in 2019.
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