Doing Good: Love & Hip-Hop Exec. Producer Mona Scott-Young Teams with Saving Our Daughters
Wed, 26 Aug 2015 14:11:06
"Introducing girls of color in our communities to the remarkable power and benefits of the performing arts."
One of the community's most crucial charities Saving Our Daughters has joined forces with Mona Scott-Young. Previously the CEO of Violator Records and currently head of Monami Entertainment, the production company behind VH1's Love & Hip Hop, she will sponsor the Saving Our Cinderellas program. This groundbreaking and important initiative focuses on providing an entrée into the theater world for inner city girls. It's an opportunity for them to see an entirely different world come to life on stage and receive a different kind of inspiration.
Moreover, the girls get the chance to meet various mentors across TV, film, and music via collaborations with the likes of the Atlanta chapters of the Recording Academy, the American Society of Composers, ASCAP, and more. These classes bring something very special to an audience who might not otherwise be able to see this world. Saving Our Cinderellas could very well provide a launch pad for the entertainment world's next superstars and power players.
Scott-Young excitedly said, "It has been an honor to be part of the remarkable work of the Saving Our Daughters organization over the past several years. Our team at Monami is thrilled to have the opportunity to sponsor the Saving Our Cinderellas program, introducing girls of color in our communities to the remarkable power and benefits of the performing arts."
Saving Our Daughters is saving lives and inspiring in more ways than one, like always.