Eva J


Prior to Eva J. becoming the founder of Touch The World she had already been singing for nearly three decades, beginning as a five-year-old at Lively Stones, where her grandmother The Late Eva Mae Waddy Graves was pastor. This natural talent evolved into a professional career that has included the Bobby Jones Gospel Hour and singing background for Diana Ross at Super Bowl XXX. The eldest of seven children, Eva was born in Los Angeles to Bishop Allen and Evangelist Deborah Miller. After attending Westchester High School, Jackson founded Anointed Vision Productions as a tool for ministry. It grew to include a television program currently running on Time Warner Cable (The Anointed Vision Connection); one of the most recognized gospel music festivals in Los Angeles (Anointed Vision Praisefest); and the Anointed Vision Internship Program, in which youths are mentored to learn about broadcast production. Anointed Vision Productions is now known as Touch the World TV Ministries.

In addition to leading Touch the World TV Ministries, Eva runs an Artist Management Company she founded in 2000, volunteers in prison ministry, and is a professional songwriter, drummer and percussionist. In 2005, God lead her in a different direction and guided her to Los Angeles Southwest College (LASC) to take a voice class with longtime Professor Charles Ingram. While attending the class she began to get involved Student Government, which led to being elected by the student body. Eva completed a successful year as LASC Associated Student Organization (ASO) Secretary in June 2006, and ASO President in May 2007. She counts rebuilding the organization into an effective, influential and family-oriented organization as her proudest accomplishment.

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