Category Archives: Latoya Henry

Suit Dreams School Supply Drive

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Suit Dreams’ primary mission is to address the educational and social disparities plaguing young urban males in Brooklyn, New York. We recognize that many students from low income backgrounds do not possess the resources required to purchase basic school supplies.

To answer the call, the Suit Dreams: Back to School Supply Drive was born….

Suit Dreams has partnered with the Mott Hill Academy in Brownsville, Brooklyn NYC for this effort. This Middle School, lead by Principal Nadia Lopez, is doing an amazing job cultivating our youths for success, but they need our help! This school supply drive will lighten the load placed on both the school and parents, ensuring that every student is equip with the tools necessary for academic advancement.”-Jerrell Horton

This year’s School Supply Drive benefited:

The Mott Hill Academy (Brooklyn NY)
Freebrook Academy (Brooklyn NY)
Infinite Family (South Africa)

There was a silent auction, giveaways and Music my DJ Commish and DJ Trouble

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The Makers Brunch

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The Makers Brunch was a room filled with positive intelligent people who were there to take networking to the next level. It was not just about meeting new people but finding synergies to work together, support one another or pool resources for the “everyone wins” situation.  The featured Makers Tai Beauchamp and Valeisha M. Butterfield answered questions, gave inspiration, and guidance from their experiences . This event took place at The Pink Tea Cup and restaurant owner Lawrence Page was also present as well as videographer Mackenten Petion. Event organizers were Calcie Cooper, Shantelle Guyton, Latoya Henry, Shani Perez, & Michelle Sprott.

Featured Makers:
Tai Beauchamp, CEO,The Blue Print Group and Style & Beauty Expert
Valeisha M. Butterfield, Founder, Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network(WEEN)