It's not an award but this message represents my tremendous gratitude. Creative Arts International was published in a well respected Magazine yesterday. Although this is my 2nd time being recognized by this magazine in some capacity; this round is VERY different.
Thank you soo much to Voyage ATL Magazine | ATL City Guide for this wonderful article and introducing more of ATL, to me. Thank you for seeing value in our team, our parent company, and our dedication to arts and business. It is honoring to be able to add a television network to the platform as an outlet to help business owners reach a larger audience through television advertising and content. We are grateful to be recognized and to be celebrated! A special thank you to Chasidy Ashley with TBK Wellness Spa for the referral, Fred Bell Jr. for all of your support and love, Gilly's Sports Bar and Grill (the whole team) for every moment of opportunity and grace. Thank you to Melanie Crabb, Frazelma Lynn, Rhonda Knight (the Knight Family), and Drea McClinton for always seeing me the way God sees me. Thank you to Juan, Jeff, Christine and my Aflac Nation family for reminding me that vulnerability is my superpower; God's love shines over and over again because of your friendship and leadership. Thank you to everyone who like, follow, and share. Serving is what we do and that is enough. Winning together is not impossible; it is our healthy expectation.
Toseima J is a published author, poet, performing artist and just all around fun human to know. She sees the best in everyone she meets and hopes to see great things be manifested through hard work, passion, and love for those around her. She was awarded for her first poem at age 6 and has been running her mouth every since. Ms. Howard from Beasley lit a fire in her soul for dance and she has been dancing ever since. There is always that one thing which makes everything in life a little easier. For Toseima, that 'one' thing has always been the arts. The goal set for Creative Arts International is to simply give back even more than what was given; over and over again.