South Florida Teen Model Taylor Eppinger to Speak at Silent Victims of Crime
By: WINGSPAN SEMINARS GLOBAL, LLC
October 26 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Bar One Restaurant
520 West Ave
Commercial Unit 1
Miami Beach, FL
Taylor will be introduced by Ms. Priscilla Dames at this event for the Silent Victims of Crime, (an organization dedicated to young trauma victims of parental crime) which will host the event. Children will be escorted to the event via limousine. As a teen recognized for her accomplishments, Taylor will speak about young people connecting to the possibility of success. She will wear her sash and crown during the talk.
Taylor is sixteen years old and attends American Heritage School in Plantation, Florida where she participates in track and field. She is a member of the Jack and Jill organization which recently presented her with their Outstanding Leadership Award for the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chapter. She lives in Parkland, Florida where she supports the victims of the tragic high school shooting through the teen ministry at Church of the Glades. She has received honors in history and maintains an excellent Grade Point Average (GPA). She loves dance and was a professional cheerleader in the Minnesota Vikings Cheer Program for four years. She opened the first game for the legendary Brett Favre after he was traded to the Vikings. She is starting her own foundation called "Glam it Up" that will train young women to think and act like CEOs responsible for their own destinies.
Taylor's mother is Dr. Latonja Eppinger, owner of Smart Gal Productions. Dr. Eppinger writes: "I am so proud to present South Florida's Perfect Junior Teen Super Model, Taylor Eppinger, to the youth of Silent Victims of Crime (SVC). With her talents and platform, what a great role model she is."
Priscilla B. Dames is CEO and founder of Wingspan Seminars. She is a nationally Certified Crisis Trainer, Conflict Resolution Practitioner, Educator, and Community Activist with over twenty years of experience in South Florida. SVC is led by CEO and founder Paulette Pfeiffer. Ms. Pfeiffer was selected one of the "Outstanding Young Women in America". She has made over 400 public appearances worldwide, many in foreign languages, regarding the issues related to children of prisoners. Contact Taylor Eppinger: Dr. Latonja Eppinger, Phone (763)439-6483 & Email email@example.com