Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:
“A Seat at the Table”
Today on REVIVE we will be discussing women making their marks in their career fields and what the future holds for women. We will highlight several women accomplishing their goals, breaking down barriers, and kicking down doors that seem to be impossible! Be a part of the conversation as we celebrate the contributions of women and how we can continue to move forward! It would be amazing to hear your perspective. This episode of REVIVE will be an open forum so all perspectives can be heard through great conversation. So join us be a part of this conversation and take a seat at the table.
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Korrima Horton: Korrima Horton a native of Philadelphia. She attended Lincoln University for both her graduate and undergrad degree. She has an undergrad degree in human service with a minor in psychology a masters in human services and delivery. She hopes to start at Temple University in the fall to peruse her PHD in Public Health. Over the past 15 years she has been working with children and families. She is very big on community service and giving back. She recently started her own non-profit to help assist families in need, and her focus is families that have loved ones incarcerated.
Dyymond Whipper-Young: Dyymond Whipper-Young is a visual artist. She specializes in fine arts, which includes painting, drawing and sculpting. She is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. She is a current student at Temple University. She is very involved with many of Temple University school organizations including Black Student Union, the community outreach organization H.A.N.D.S and the Black and Brown Coalition. Dyymond has partnered with organization such as Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, the NAACP, Guardian Civic League, National Urban League and the Overcame Foundation. Her work has been presented at several shows in Baltimore, Philadelphia, Miami and New York. She is very involved in cultivating the youth of Philadelphia. Dyymond has also leaded several after school art programs and was also featured on a several career panel geared toward the inner city youth.
Kenya Matthews: Kenya Matthews is the owner of Crown Jewels Tresses and soon to be Crown Jewels Salon Suit. She has an extensive background in fashion design and marketing she attended both the art institute of New York. Kenya Matthews founded Crown Jewels Tresses in 2016. Since then, Crown jewels Tresses has started expansion into Crown Jewels Salon Suit, coming in summer 2017. Crown Jewels specialize in Raw Indian and Raw Cambodian hair. Kenya’s love of the beauty industry doesn’t end there she is also extremely passionate about taking care of our natural hair and skin. With this love she started an organic skincare line called OJu to be exclusively sold in her salon. Although she never ventured into becoming a stylist she jumped on the virgin hair market and has been taking off ever since.
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