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1st Annual Women Uplifted Red Carpet Event Hosted To Benefit TCHH Foundation

Pastor Jennifer C. Turner, Sylvia Litana Robertson, Patricia M. Littiya, DJ Justin and other happy attendees smiling for the camera at "Women Uplifted " Event.

Atlanta, GA.-- Saturday January 28th 2017

Pastor and Mentor Coach Jennifer C. Turner on behalf of Teresa Chibeka Helping Hand Foundation (TCHH) held the 1st ever Women Uplifted Broken Hearts Can Mend Red Carpet Event to honor various women and men who have triumphantly overcame adversity in their lives and continue to excel in the community. The event also served to raise awareness and support for the "Catch-Me-In-Person" Mentorship Program under the TCHH foundation. Women Uplifted was held at the Historic Camellia Hall Women's Club in College Park.

As a Mentor Coach and powerful Leadership and Transformation coach Pastor Jennifer focuses on helping others rewrite their life story for reinvention, wellness, transition and success. Teresa Chibeka Helping Hand Foundation named after her late mother, in accordance helps to develop mentorship programs that train Mentor Coaches and support non-governmental organizations to Inspire families to strive for wholeness through coaching tools and education. The Catch-Me-In-Person Mentorship Program in particular is a major component in the foundation's work.

The event was filled with empowerment and inspiration, lauding individuals making a positive difference in the world despite their hardships or setbacks.

The Red Carpet hosted fabulous attendees and multi-talented honorees including:

Life Coach and Media Personality Dr. Latangela Crossfield, Pastor and Author Latarsha D. Holden, Singer Juanita Bompart who blessed the stage with multiple songs at the event, and empowered the audience with her voice, Founder of LeeSadie Productions Dr. Yolanda "Cookie" Snipes, Entrepreneur and Media Influencer Terry Moorer, Speaker/Author Alison Feliciano who also conducted media interviews with her fellow honorees, Overcomer and Entrepreneur Caroline Martin, Co-Organizer and Zambian Embassy Affiliate Patricia M. Littiya, as well as The Platform Builder Dr. Renee Sunday to name a few.

The distinction of the honorees was excellently conducted and pronounced by the eloquence of sponsor and host Sylvia Litana Robertson.

In honor of the Women Uplifted theme Poet Kendall Turner presented her infamous piece "Made of Stone", Fear Coach Demecos Chambers also uplifted the attendees in his speech designated to empower overcoming fear.

Empowered Businesses including "God's Girl Fashions" by Rosalind Jones and "Bling Queen Accessories" by Tanisha Monroe were also on site to ensure that Women Uplifted attendees left sparkling brighter than they came.

Although the Women Uplifted attendees brought their own shine, the event decor from Jacinda Mitchell  (CindiGotIt Decor & More) set the ambiance for an amazing and memorable experience.

Many kudos to Pastor Jennifer and everyone that helped make Women Uplifted the great event that it was. A special salute to All of the honorees. Congratulations!

To learn more about the Teresa Chibeka Helping Hand Foundation and The "Catch-Me-In-Person" Mentorship program and how you can support visit:

For more pictures from the Women Uplifted Red Carpet Event visit the album at VOW-Inspire Network on Facebook.

1 comment:

  1. Although this place is probably not cheap, but they are centrally located, have fabulous staff and delicious food, and most importantly, the best views of the city. I would definitely recommend the LA venues for any kind of fancy event – all my friends talked about throwing parties here only.


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