Counted among the class of 25 Honorees, Ms. White was recognized as a Mover & Shaker for her work in building Human Intonation, the premium, unisex apparel brand dedicated to raising awareness and funding for pertinent social & human rights issues, and her business innovation in using fashion as a platform for social change. Each honoree has been included on the cover of the current issue of NV Magazine, along with a full page article in the publication, while last night’s special presentation, sponsored by New York Life, awarded each Honoree with a plaque highlighting their contributions and impact.
Such a special night would not have been possible without the Mastermind behind “Movers & Shakers”, Kyle Donovan, Publisher and CEO of NV Magazine and the support of twenty five driven, ambitious, talented, and compassionate Honorees who truly have vision.
ABOUT HUMAN INTONATION: Inspired by Verneda White’s personal family experience during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the loss of her very close cousin James Wesley White, Jr. to AIDS, HUMAN INTONATION® is the NEW premium, unisex apparel brand dedicated to raising social awareness while giving 20% of the proceeds from each sale to growing nonprofits addressing a number of today’s pertinent social & human rights issues including youth & minority HIV/AIDS prevention, volunteer efforts in the Gulf Coast, education for children in Darfur, and most recently the citizens of Haiti. Our brand donates to non-profit partners including Advocates for Youth, HandsOn New Orleans, and the Darfur Peace & Development Org respectively. The power in HUMAN INTONATION® is that we are able to inspire people to start the conversation about these issues in a way that can change perceptions, change choices, change lives. www.humanintonation.com.