April 2, 1999-Tragedy at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. 2 students ages 17 and 18 open fire killing 12 students, one teacher and wounding 20 more, before turning the gun on themselves in the school library.
May 26, 1999- Secretary of Education Dick Riley makes a request to JMG Productions, Inc. to submit a proposal for reducing the risk of youth violence.
June 3, 1999- The United States Department of Justice forwarded a proposal from JMG Productions, Inc. on the Listen To Our Voicesprogram to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to begin working together and sharing information on how the Listen To Our Voices program could assist in the efforts of reducing and even preventing violence in schools and communities.
January 6, 2000- JMG Productions, Inc. receives its 501(c)(3) from the IRS.
July 26, 2000- City leaders and national community organizations partnered with JMG Productions, Inc., to help address the growing issue of youth violence in Washington, D.C., and throughout the country. Leaders and organizations included Mayor Anthony A. Williams, Chief of Police Charles H. Ramsey, the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, the Child Welfare League of America, The National Urban League, the National Campaign to Stop Violence, Metropolitan Baptist Church, and the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
August 1, 2000- December 20, 2009-Joelle Goode, along with her distinguished Board of Directors, and volunteers researched and developed the Listen To Our Voices program, along with laying the foundation of JMG Productions, Inc. These crucial years of research and development helped to pave the way for the current and future projects that JMG Productions, Inc., will undertake.
January 14, 2010-Phoebe Prince was a 15-year-old student at South Hadley High School, located in South Hadley, Massachusetts. She came to the United States from Ireland for a better life. She was bullied repeatedly over a period of six months and took her life.
September 22, 2010-Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi jumped to his death after secretly being recorded by his roommate, kissing another man. Tyler Clementi's death brought attention to the issue of cyberbullying and the struggles facing LGBT youth.
September 23, 2011-11-year-old Mitchell Wilson with muscular dystrophy committed suicide by suffocating himself months after his face and teeth were smashed into the pavement, and his iPhone stolen by a boy from school who bullied him.
September 23, 2011-JMG Productions, Inc., launches a combined call to action on bullying and youth violence through its Listen To Our Voices Anti-Bullying/Youth Violence Prevention Campaign Launch at the Newseum, in Washington, D.C.
August 27, 2013-15-year-old Bartlomiej "Bart" Palosz, a sophomore at Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut committed suicide hours after classes started for the new school year. He was the victim of repeated bullying.
September 10, 2013-12-year-old Rebecca Sedwick of Lakeland, Florida jumped to her death because of repeated bullying in school and online.
April 25, 2014-Joelle Goode departs from NBC News after 20 years, to devote full time to her nonprofit, JMG Productions, Inc., In her new role, Joelle will serve as Founder, President and Executive Director of JMG Productions, Inc.
December 5, 2014-JMG Productions, Inc., in collaboration with the Theo Ratliff Foundation and Excellent Pediatrics held its first annual Listen To Our Voices Anti-Bullying/Youth Violence Prevention Program at the Willard Intercontinental, Washington, D.C.
December 22, 2014-JMG Productions, Inc. is selected as a 2015 Alternatives to the Court Experience (ACE) Diversion Program Contractor.