Malinda Davis started her event career purely by accident. Just two
months out of high school, she started working at the top rated Oldies
Radio 105.7 WQSR-FM as a board operator and radio research
telemarketer. After completing her first year at college as a video major at
Villa Julie College (Stevenson University), Malinda was invited to take on
some additional responsibilities within the events department at WQSR.
This was her first opportunity to get her feet wet in what would be her
lifelong career.

Just before Malinda's senior year of college, she moved over to the local
Hot AC competitor, MIX 106.5 as Event Supervisor. Shortly after Malinda
graduated from Villa Julie College, she was offered a full time event gig at
Classic Rock 104.3 the Colt as Promotion Coordinator and later
promoted to Promotion Manager.

Radio was a passion for Malinda, as she loved working "in the biz," but
after much of the deregulation in the '90s, it was time to grow and learn
another arm of media.  Many radio folks in Baltimore were moving to the
only game in town,
The Sun.

Malinda was promoted several times during her nine year stint at The
Sun and topped out as the Events Manager at The Sun. Her
stay there ended as the newspaper industry began to struggle and
she and her entire department were a part of the budget cuts at this
Tribune paper.

As Malinda was fazing out of The Sun, she was asked to hold down
the Marketing Department at the Mid Atlantic Sports Network
(MASN) while the Marketing Director went on maternity leave. After
spending six weeks at MASN, Malinda was able to transition into a
contractual position as the Web Administrator for

During Malinda's 18 year career in media in Baltimore, she has been
blessed to work in radio, print, cable and internet. After much
thought and consideration, Malinda decided to put her passion, skills
and part of her former event family back together and start Full
Moon Marketing & Events with business partner Wendy Ingram.

When Malinda gets a spare minute, she can be found hosting
parties for her family and friends. Malinda loves her church and
when time allows, she can be found decorating her home. Malinda
resides in Reisterstown, Maryland with her wife Lori. She has a wonderful
family and support system. She would be lost without her Mom Linda, her
wife Lori, Gram and her father, Tom.  She is also the mother of three
dogs (Emmett, Einstein and Benson) and three cats (Otis,Amos & Baxter).

Malinda was ordained in 2010 and has officiated several weddings over
the last couple of years. Most proudly, the ceremony of Wendy and
Wendy Ingram has been working in events for as long as she can
remember.  Her career started with the Event Staff at Towson State,
where she worked for all four years of her college career. Wendy was
actually hired by Malinda Davis as a promotion assistant for WOCT-FM,
shortly after she graduated college as the last official class of Towson
State University.

After working together for a month, Wendy stepped into a full time role at
CBS Radio Baltimore as the Assistant Director of New Business
Development. During her tenure there, she assisted the advertising
department as well as researched, created and executed events for all 5
local stations. She worked on regional and national promotions as well
with the Infinity Promotions Group.

Wendy ventured into something new in 2001 when she joined G&G's
Creative Catering as their Special Events Manager. Working in this
industry allowed her to work with corporate as well as social gatherings
and allowed her to become very familiar with venues, decorators and
caterers in town.

2003 marked her entry into the world of print advertising when she was
hired, yet again, by Malinda at The Baltimore Sun. Working with a team
of amazing women, The Wizards of Ahhs, they planned some
of Baltimore's best events for more than four years. When
b free
was born, Wendy jumped into action as the Marketing and
Promotions Director for this new paper that was created for the
young adult market.

When Wendy met her
Prince Charming, she realized that being a
step-mom was priority number one and she moved into part-time
work that would allow her to be the best that she could be.  Now,
she moves into business one last time with Malinda Davis at Full
Moon Marketing & Events.  Wendy is married to Jason and has a
wonderful step-daughter
, Savannah.