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Black Excellence: US Veteran Latisha Holloway Announces New Partnership with Cameroon, Africa
By: 4.0 Public Relations & Marketing Firm
Cameroon is a lower-middle-
This opportunity serves as an historical milestone in LaTisha's career. Her motivation to raise above all odds stems from her childhood and of the constant struggles and the challenges that poverty accompanies. To the date, she has donated roughly $10,000 of her personal funds along with two suitcases (75 pounds) of clothes to the orphanage, Association Centre d'AceuilleMamanMonique (ACENAMM).
Holloway, also known as "Un' Spoken" is an ordained minister, entrepreneur, military veteran, community advocate, and mother of three and previously the legal guardian to her cousin,whomshe'dtaken in at the age of (14). She's favored for using her talents to create countless leadership workshops, self-confidence courses & forums, to transform the lives of hundreds of youths, young adults, ministry leaders & entrepreneurs.Her remarkable accomplishments, impeccable leadership, and passion to assist low-income families has proclaimed as a dedicated community advocate, who pause her commitments to action.
As a Creative, Un'spokenhas spearheaded and hosted numerous of television and radio shows, concert series, open mics, & talent showcases. She has appeared in short films, such as "Book Em" and won poetry slams both locally and nationally.
She has guest-spoken on forums that span from Seattle, WA to New Orleans, LA, Mexico & more!Latisha is a two-time nominee for the Chicago Music Awards in the category of "Best-Spoken Word" artist/poet. Remember the name LaTisha Holloway, she will be someone who the world will be hearing about more often within the Black community.
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