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Noxx Selected to Serve as Georgia Ambassador for Hip Hop Public Health
Noxx Selected to Serve as the Atlanta Ambassador for Hip Hop Public Health. Collaborating artists include Doug E. Fresh, Chuck D from Public Enemy, DMC of Run DMC, Jordin Sparks and more.
On July 18, 2012, Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) Honorary Chair First Lady Michelle Obama announced a new initiative to turn streets into play spaces in communities across the United States in order to bring physical activity back into the lives of children.
HHPH programs have all been developed through rigorous research and the results of the organization's efficacy have been published in prestigious peer reviewed medical journals. HHPH also hosts educational concerts. Noteworthy events include HHPH the White House (2012 Easter Egg Roll, Let's Move! stage), and on the National Mall (2012 USDA event) in Washington DC. HHPH programs reach 12,000 NYC students each year in the boroughs of Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Bronx and now, because of Noxx's efforts, Atlanta, Georgia. Noxx is available to host concert-style and fitness-oriented health education events to schools across the United States.
Noxx is the co-founder of the Positive Arts Movement, a non-profit organization widely known for strengthening, educating, and reintroducing the value of the performing arts to empower underserved communities. He is a four-time ATL's Hottest Entertainment Nominee in three categories, Entrepreneur, Film Producer, Associate Director of two award-winning stage productions, 2014 recipient of the National Bow Tie Award, Published Author, and National Motivational Speaker.
For an overview on how the Hip Hop Public Health initiative can benefit the children and families in your organization or to book Christopher "Noxx" Williams, contact Angela "AC" Carswell at 678-306-3616 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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