CityGal Melanie

Two people get in a car accident, both are dead. Who do we blame now? Are we done fighting, yet?

CitiGal Magazine, Milwaukee, WI. 2006-2014, focused on empowering women, drawing awareness away from "Feminist BS", focusing on "Relational Aggression-Female-to-Female" hate as the direct cause of Women's inequality. Click Here

Melanie Beres is a married mother of four. In 1987, she received a scholarship for chess. Instead of going to college, she started the Midwest Rock Opera Company (MiROC) in 1991, which has been recognized all over the world.


Beres has worked with many arts and media industry professionals, and authored and produced an original rock opera still in rotation today. MiROC focused on many societal issues and the solutions to them, as well as empowering women on stage and behind the scenes.


30 years in the arts and media fields, Beres has served on several ThinkTanks, both domestic and worldwide. Beres served as the youngest president of the oldest women’s organization, BPW, for two terms, and served as a two-term president of the Association of Women in Communication, cutting her teeth in investigative and combat journalism. 


Beres credits Wisconsin Woman, where she was Arts and Entertainment Editor, as the inspiration for founding her first publication, CityGal Magazine, whose goal was to end relational aggression, otherwise known as “female to female” hate, as the root cause of women’s inequality. 


Beres continues as one of the most sought-after consultants and freelancers in the media arts, particularly in the notable literary and entertainment areas. Beres holds memberships in the National Press Club, the National Broadcasting Association, BCorp, and the American News Women’s Club, where she is a force in defending real journalism and journalists. 


As the founder of a worldwide broadcast network, UBN, Beres hopes to inspire the public to turn off the noise, understand the differences within media genres, and calm people to be the change they wish to see within themselves and their communities by restoring their own voices, volunteering in their communities, and promoting health for youth and young families. 


Beres’ passions are her family, her small circle of friends, and helping the homeless back into life. Beres is most excited about her family foundation, where young families are helped to become self-sufficient by giving them affordable housing, jobs, health financial education, the chance to start their own businesses, homeschool their children the way they see fit, and buy their own homes.

When New information comes to your mind, not only change your mind but do something about it~ CityGal Melanie 

There comes a point & time when we
have to say; “Enough harm on our world,
young families & youth”!
That time is now!

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