Charm's Music and MultimediaProductions (CM2P)
Presenting CM2P Artist
Charmaigne Scott 




Ms. Scott's itinerary of promotional worldwide singing tours will be posted, soon. In the meantime, peruse this recently updated site by clicking on various links in the left panel menu for information on Charmaigne's involvement in local, current and past events.


Ms. Scott produced the First New Millennium, Pre-Easter Gospel Concert featuring Sister Deola! God's Singer! The production provided a bridge of collaboration among several CSUMB Institutes and the Seaside African American community. The outcome was an outstanding concert held on April 7, 2000 at the Music and Performing Arts Institute of CSU Monterey Bay. An excerpt of the concert is included in Ms. Scott's multimedia capstone project for the CSUMB senior capstone festival that was held on May 24, 2001. The capstone festivals display the work of CSUMB graduating seniors.


Charmaigne's recent acceptance into a Management and Organizational Leadership with Emphasis in Information Systems Technology (DM/IST) doctoral program is another milestone with expected completion in 3.5 years or less. Her particular interests lie in the legal and security aspects of enterprise resources including intellectual property as digital content, online delivery systems and database management.

Charmaigne completed the CSUMB Master of Science Management and Information Technology (MSMIT) program in December, 2005. Her capstone project focused on a music entreprenuership moving from a brick-n-mortar establishment to the digital space. Microenvironmental influences including competitive rivalry, threat of new entrants/substitute products and the bargaining powers of customers/supliers are examined in her adaptation of Porter's 5-Forces Analysis.

The political, economic, social and technological climates are macroenvironment influences considered in the PEST Analysis section of this extensive report. Ms. Scott's final presentation assisted a small business' decision to apply digital security protection measures to their intellectual property content. Now, Charmaigne is pleased to walk with CSUMB grads in the May 2006 Commencement Ceremony.

Ms. Scott graduated from California State University Monterey Bay on May 26, 2001 earning an interdisciplinary, Integrated Studies (ISSM) BA degree with emphases in Computer Science Technology (CST), Music and Performing Arts (MPA) and Teledramatic Arts and Technology (TAT).

Ms. Scott received an AA degree in Music and an AA degree in Liberal Arts from Cabrillo College in 1998.