Kel McQueen is a 23-year old writer and documentary filmmaker, and currently attends Full Sail University. Her passion in life is to inspire people, especially young people like herself. Her goal is to change this world, one project at a time. About a year ago, as her birthday was nearing, the thoughts of her father began to once again cloud her mind as she wondered where he might be today. The views of her own life and how she missed her father, altered a lot of her thoughts about men. She then focused on the world around her and realized that at the time, she did not know any women; including her own mother, grandmother, and close friends that had an actively involved father in their lives. As time passed with extensive research, she was convinced on the importance of having a father figure in a little girl’s life, and how common this problem had become. That’s when she made it her mission to bring awareness to the situation.
A Queen’s Journey – “Everything that we need to reach our fullest expression is already within us. We arrive encoded with who we’re destined to be. Our job is to decipher and unlock our Queen Code™.” That’s the message Molesey Knox-Brunson shares – and the message she lives. Despite her humble beginnings, growing up in an underprivileged neighbor-hood in Florence, South Carolina, Molesey believed in a greater destiny and she was determined to find it. Using her passion as a guide, Molesey began competing in
Tameka Prude Selders is a native of Lake Charles, Louisiana, and a proud alumnus of Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge. She received her Masters of Arts in Teaching from Dallas Baptist University and possesses over 12 years of teaching experience. Her true specialty and passion reside in Special Education and Differentiated Instruction. She is a supporter of the constructive classroom, and she travels around the country motivating other teachers to think “Beyond the Box.” Tameka first began exploring her love for
Sheri Crawley, CEO and Founder of Pretty Brown Girl LLC, and the Pretty Brown Girl Foundation is a native Detroiter and a graduate of Florida A&M University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science and Masters Degree in Marketing. Sheri is an experienced and trusted voice empowering young women with a message of inspiration. She has been an entrepreneur for over 13 years, and has trained thousands of individuals across the country. She is passionate about her mission to encourage, inspire and empower girls to love themselves and their community. Her greatest joy comes from her family, her two beautiful daughter’s ages 6 and 8 and her loving husband of 15 years.
Deidre Goodwin was born on September 15, 1969 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. If her face looks familiar to you, it’s because she has been in eight Broadway shows: Chicago (Velma Kelly) and the hit movie Chicago with Queen Latifah, Katherine Zeta-Jones, and R&B singer Mya, A Chorus Line (Sheila Bryant), Nine (Our Lady of the Spa), The Boys From Syracuse, Jesus Christ Superstar (Soul Girl), and The Rocky Horror Show. She also appeared in the original productions of Chita Rivera: The Dancer’s Life, and created the role of Velma in Never Gonna Dance. Films include the Oscar-winning Chicago as Merry Murderess June, Half-Nelson, and Across the Universe. Deidre is currently featured in the film Every Little Step that documents the history of the musical A Chorus Line. She appeared as DeBORah, winner of the MILF Island episode of “30 Rock.” Other television credits include “Law & Order: SVU,” “Rescue Me,” “Life on Mars,” “Dancing With the Stars,” “Conan O’Brien,” “The Rosie O’Donnell Show,” “The View,” “Good Morning America” as well as three appearances on the Tony Awards.