Girl Talk, Inc. is pleased to announce that Legacy Housing Foundation, US Cellular’s Women in Action, and US Cellular’s Network of Black Associates will be the Red Carpet sponsors of the Girl Talk Fashion Show Gala on Friday, August 12th. The gala, which serves as the organization’s signature fundraising event, will offer a night filled with fashion, fine dining, live music entertainment, dancing and a fabulous silent auction.

 
The evening celebrates the 10th anniversary of the non-profit organization founded by Moore and will feature a fashion show presented by the Girl Talk girls including special appearances by several prominent women of Knoxville’s professional community.

 
“We are excited about the amazing women who are joining our girls in strolling the runway! Professional women from the Knoxville community will get to be ROLE models for a day! They will get to model with our girls and exemplify what success and confidence looks like! We are excited to have them!” says Denetria Moore, Executive Director of Girl Talk, Inc.

 

2016 Fashion Show Gala Role Models

Kristy Altman, Knoxville Track Club
Ola Blackmon-McBride, Knox Area Urban League
Janet Brewer, Knoxville Police Department, City of Knoxville
Elizabeth Carroll, Harmony Family Center
Dationa Carter-Mitchell, US Department of Energy
Angela Conner, SunTrust Bank
Felicia Gilliland, Y-12, Miss Black America-Tennessee
Lashelle Hamilton, Denso Corporation
Leslye Hartsell, KUB
Nicole Hight, SCRIPPS Network
Cammy Kromer, Junior League of Knoxville
Dr. Katy Malone, Lange Animal Hospital
Lisa New, Zoo Knoxville
Dr. Meredith Overholt, The Skin Wellness Center
Dr. Jane Redmond, Knoxville College
Amber Roundtree, Knox County School Board of Education
Melissa Shivers, UT, Division of Student Life
Alison Sides, CNS Y-12
Tearsa Smith, WATE Channel 6 News
Liz Thacker, Great Schools Partnership
Lori Tucker, WATE Channel 6 News

Girl Talk, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit that exists to help girls ages 9-18 build confidence and self-esteem, develop and achieve their goals and become strong women who transform their communities. More tickets and more information can be found at www.girltalkinc.com.

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