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Cleveland Public Auditorium

500 Lakeside Ave E., Cleveland Ohio, 44114

Saturday, December 15, 2018


Free parking is available at city meters. Willard Garage (under city hall) has parking available for a small fee.

Honorary Chair

Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge

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Youth Participants, 10-17 years old - click here to register

Parents, guardians and mentors - click here to register

We are happy to share that we have all volunteers for the event.

We encourage you to bring a young lady 10-17 years old to get connected to health centered resources.

2018 Opening Panelist

Dr. Tyffani Monford Dent

Psychologist and motivational speaker are terms used to describe one of the most talented and well-respected psychologists in the Ohio Child Welfare and court system. Dr. Tyffani Monford Dent is the author of two books: Girls Got Issues: A Woman’s Guide to Self-discovery & Healing and You Got This! A Girl’s Guide to Growing Up and the co-author of two others: Becoming Who I Want to Be: A Good Lives Workbook for Young Women and its accompanying Counselor’s Edition. Dr. Dent is the Director of Monford-Dent Consulting, and has served on several national, state and local boards/committees addressing sexual violence prevention/intervention as well as the emotional wellness of girls and women.

Selina Pagán

President of Latino Network & Board Trustee at Newburgh Heights Community Improvement Corporation

Dominique Paramore

Creator, Writer and Producer of The Land FAU

I was born an actress and grew into an entertainer, writer, producer, philanthropist, and motivational speaker out of necessity. The entertainment industry is the puppeteer of popular culture and popular culture trains our youth, then our youth grow up to lead our world. I feel it my responsibility to professionally go as far beyond my craft of acting as I need to insure the industry presents and promotes the positive images and social truths that will inspire and shape a better world

Jacqueline Pfadt

Jacqueline Pfadt is the author of the book, PTSD Raw and Real: A Reason for Hope and Motivation to Fight On (Christian Faith Publishing, October 2016). Jackie’s book is a reflection of her experiences with childhood sexual abuse and rape. Her story discusses how caring for her mom living with ALS, a terminal illness, intensified her Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms which included nightmares, flashbacks, and getting stuck in very bad thoughts. Her book goes on to describe how these intense life experiences helped her find forgiveness with her mom and pushed her forward in her healing journey which ultimately led her to finding her voice and being able to speak her truth. 

Co-Hosted by

Tracie Potts is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and a proud graduate of Central State University where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications/Journalism. Over the years, Tracie has acquired a multitude of knowledge and experience working in the entertainment industry as a television producer for prominent networks such as CBS, NBC, FOX and BET Entertainment Television in New York, NY. 

London Arrington (Londy)

a 11-year-old actress/singer and Cleveland native has made her mark in the entertainment industry in a major way. She played the starring role as the “young Cookie” on Fox’s hit TV show Empire.

Health centered workshops for young ladies 10-17 years old and their parents

FREE Event, Lunch is included


Clarissa S. Russell

(216) 926-1070 • [email protected]

Stephanie Lassiter

(216) 282-7799 • [email protected]

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