Cameron L. Mitchell, Founder of Free Fyre and 2022 Poet Laureate of Murfreesboro, captivates audiences on stage and in classrooms across Tennessee, inspiring through creative workshops and transformative storytelling. Alongside him, Jazzmin D. Mitchell, Co-founder and Assistant Director, brings a fusion of social work and performing arts to stages nationwide, proving the boundless possibilities for community empowerment through artistry.

Jazzmin D. Mitchell, Co-founder and Assistant Director of Free Fyre, is a Licensed Master Social Worker with a Masters Degree in Social Work and concentration in Organizational Leadership from the University of Tennessee. She has worked in nonprofits for seven years. Some of her roles have been a Youth Development Professional and Volunteer Coordinator with the Boys & Girls Club, Resident Care Coordinator with Apartment Life, and a Grant Writer for Meharry Elam Mental Health Center during her masters degree program where she successfully helped the Center receive a federal grant! Jazzmin intertwines these social work skills with her passion for performing arts at Free Fyre. This has led her to perform at the National Museum of African American Music in Nashville, TN, the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN, the National Jazz Museum of Harlem, NY, and other cities like Chicago, Illinois and Atlanta, Georgia. Jazzmin chooses this path to show that the opportunities for social workers are limitless, and one doesn’t have to be famous to be a successful touring artist. Jazzmin lives her life purposefully, with the personal mission to empower others to live a transformed lifestyle.


Cameron L. Mitchell is the Founder of Free Fyre and the 2022 Poet Laureate of Murfreesboro. Cameron portrayed Corey Maxson in the critically acclaimed Broadway play “Fences” (Nashville Rep), which received the prestigious award for best contemporarydrama. When he is not on stage performing he is doing creative writing and drama workshops as a teaching artist in schools across Tennessee.

Cameron has presented for: Disney, PBS, Metro Arts, National Civil Rights Museum, Vanderbilt University, and Meharry Medical College among others. Cameron’s awardwinning organization Free Fyre embarked on its first national tour, The Rebirth Tour, in honor of the Harlem renaissance, captivating audiences across the country performing at Stax Museum, 21cChicago, and The National Jazz Museum in Harlem New york. Cameron has published the writing journal “Metanoia: Changing the State of Mind.” As a Memphis native, Cameron uses his art to inspire the community through creative storytelling that transforms lives.

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