19 Oct MESHELLE!! HOST of the 9th Annual ” We See You Awards” Los Angeles, CA
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MESHELLE was summoned to host for the second year this Signature Red Carpet Event; the 9th Annual We See You Awards in Los Angeles , CA. Created by Barbara Perkins and Sisters At the Well Inc. this rare awards events highlights pioneers, leaders, and brilliant African American Women from all sectors impacting the city of Los Angeles and around the world! MESHELLE’s quick wit an womanly sensibility dazzled the audience last year and she was favored to return for a second. US Bank and Verizon were key to the success of this lauded occasion.
Learn more about its Visionary Founder:
Barbara Perkins founded Sisters at the Well, Inc. because of her personal desire to be in the company of inspiring women, committed to building upon the solid foundation of sisterhood, left by generations of strong black women. The idea and name was taken directly from the Bible.Barbara believed then and now that when women gather at the metaphoric Well, together they would find answers to questions and solutions to problems.Barbara Perkins, traveled around the world for over 22 years sharing her positive message of hope and ideas about the collective power of women. She has a unique and extraordinary ability to engage communities, understand issues and manage information. Her reputation as a strategic thinker has gained her access to all levels of government, prestigious boards, policy committees and community groups.After a 17 year career with American Airlines, the American born, but Caribbean raised woman began her new career as a social entrepreneur. Her journey began with six years of training; undergraduate studies and completing her graduate work at Pacific Oaks College, in Pasadena, California where she is now on faculty.Currently, Barbara is a sought after Inspirational Speaker, Political Advisor, Life Coach and Author of three books. As President of Sisters At The Well, Inc. and Friends of Sisters At The Well, Barbara continues to ensure opportunities for women to gather regularly to discuss topics deemed critical to the success of the black family and black community as a whole.