Dr. Milam had a career in Memphis as an educator that spanned over four decades. She was the former Executive Director of Yo! Memphis Foundation, Inc., before it was shut down by the city. She is now retired and enjoying life.
Ryan is a Memphis Jooker and DJ, who is a popular face on the Memphis scene. He was mentored by some of the best Jookers and has traveled the United States and the world spreading the art form.
Terran has been choreographing since she was 13 years old. She is currently the choreographer for the NBA's Memphis Grizzly Cheerleaders and the owner of SubRoy Studios, a dance company that trains Memphis youth to be professional dancers. She also taught Lil Buck his professional dance training.
Jonathan is a talented dancer who is one of the few people to make a living off of Memphis Jookin. He started his career as a backup dancer for the Hip Hop group, Three Six Mafia. He's appeared in ebay commercials travels overseas frequently.
Walter Bailey is the former Shelby County Commissioner, and longest serving County Commissioner in the country - 44 years. He is also a criminal lawyer and has a practice in Memphis. He's the older brother of the late D'Army Bailey, civil rights activist, circuit court judge, and founder of the National Civil Rights Museum.
Jai is a multi-talented Hip Hop music producer, videographer, and is responsible for helping Memphis Jookin to spread around the world. He is also partly responsible for the success of Lil Buck. As his manager he makes sure that Buck is booked for gigs with Yo Yo Ma and Madonna.