Tune in on Sunday, November 2 at 11:00 am MST on Fashion Forward Radio when I interview Travon Williams, Anthony Rose Fashions & Productions. A presentation of Today’s Woman Network.

To listen:  Today’s Woman Network

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Travon Anthony Williams was born on September 26, 1993 to his parents Varee Dyson (mother) and Anthony Williams (father) at 5:44 in the morning.

He always dreamed of being a quadruple threat using Singing, Writing, Designing, and Acting as his platform. Many can testify to the accounts of his talents.

He took on fashion design at the age of 15. He now celebrates 6 years as a designer and 4 years with his company Anthony Rose Fashions and Productions. He has show cased in Denver, Washington DC , Virginia, Maryland and the list continues to grow. He has accomplished his very first catalog, exposer in Westword and DenVhere Magazine. “I look forward to competing with the greats”.

Anthony Rose Fashions and Productions is a fashion and event company. It is ran by its CEO by the name of Travon Williams who handles the business and creates the many designs that are worn by some of his various clients.

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Tune in on Thursday, October 30 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview this amazing woman, Jessica Bachus, founder of Dolls for Daughters.

To listen:  MileHi Radio

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In January of 2007, Jessica Bachus’s life was sunny, bright and overflowing with love. A proud mother, she was the expectant mother of her second child, a baby girl, whom she and her husband had named Kenzi. Kenzi was a few short months from her debut in the world. She was a proud, glowing mother-to-be, and her close-knit, beautiful family was elated.

Then tragedy struck. Jessica lost Kenzi on January 23rd.

What remained of 2007 was understandably difficult for Jessica and her family. Losing a child meant literally losing a piece of themselves, and so many dreams and plans that would go unfulfilled. As the holidays came back around again, Jessica was reminded of the daughter she lost, and the gifts that she would never get to give her. Most of all, Jessica wished she could have given Kenzi her first Christmas doll.

No one would have blamed Jessica Bachus if her heartbreak bent her to a breaking point. No one could have expected incredible good to grow out of their family’s great loss. Remarkably, Jessica Bachus took her immense sadness and channeled it into something powerfully Good. Yes, with a capital “G.” To honor her daughter Kenzi, Jessica started Dolls for Daughters, a nonprofit organization that provides dolls as holiday gifts for girls in need. If Jessica could never give Kenzi the dolls she wanted to, then she would give those dolls to all the little girls in Colorado whose circumstances couldn’t provide them.

That first year, 2007, Dolls for Daughters collected 300 new dolls that were distributed to little girls in need. Jessica didn’t stop there, though, because Kenzi’s memory deserved boundless gratitude, loving and giving. She expanded Dolls for Daughters to collect toys for all kids in need in Colorado, and in 2010, with the help of friends, family and volunteers, Dolls for Daughters collected 4,000 toys for boys and girls.

That wasn’t enough Good to contain Jessica’s amazing, giving love. Also in 2010, she started “Kenzi’s Kidz” to help relieve the financial burdens for low-income families taking steps to create  stable environments for their children. For a year, Kenzi’s Kidz provides children from qualifying families with essential items that make scholastic success possible. It includes school supplies, clothing, extracurricular activities, and birthday and holiday gifts.

Jessica Bachus’s personal tragedy wasn’t the sole reason for her incredible efforts in giving back. She learned a lot about doing good from her mother, and had applied those lessons throughout her life as an English teacher, cheerleading coach, and mother. What makes Jessica special isn’t that she turned an awful experience into something good. It’s that she has done something that no human is supposed to be able to do. She gave her daughter Kenzi immortality with a legacy that few people could live up to, but to which every person would aspire.

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Fashion Forward Radio Interviews Lexi Raney & Leslie Robertson – Blackberry Maverick

October 24, 2014

My guests this week on Fashion Forward Radio are Lexi Raney & Leslie Robertson, designers of Blackberry Maverick. Tune in on Sunday October 26 at 11:00 am MST, a presentation of Today’s Today’s Woman Network. To listen:  Today’s Woman Network We at Blackberry Maverick believe that to live with graceful integrity and conscious awareness is […]

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Fashion Forward Radio Interviews Maggie Evans – Maggie Evans Designs

October 17, 2014

Tune in on Sunday, October 19 when I interview Maggie Evans, owner of Maggie Evans Designs at 11:00 am MST on Fashion Forward Radio, a presentation of Today’s Woman Network. To listen:  Today’s Woman Network What I do Maggie Evans Designs is a bridal dressmaking company that fashions one-of-a-kind wedding gowns specially made for each […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Ashley Cooper – Pain To Power

October 16, 2014

On Thursday, October 16 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio, I will interview Ashley Cooper, Founder of Pain to Power. Find out how she is helping people transform their suffering to self-realization all over the world. To listen:  MileHi Radio Ashley is a Best-Selling Author, Speaker, and philanthropist from Canada. Her mission to […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Doniece Sandoval – Lava Mae

October 9, 2014

Tune in on Thursday, October 9 when I interview Doniece Sandoval, Founder of Lava Mae at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio. To listen:  MileHi Radio Driven by a fierce belief that everyone has a right to dignity and the knowledge that access to showers and sanitation are in serious short supply for […]

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Fashion Forward Radio Interviews Andrea Li – Andrea Li Designs

October 4, 2014

Tune in on Sunday, October 5 at 11:00 am MST when I interview the talented jewelry designer, Andrea Li owner of Andrea Li Designs on Fashion Forward Radio, a presentation of Today’s Woman Network. To listen:  Todays Woman Network Andrea Li has been designing jewelry for ten years. She developed a taste for the beautiful […]

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Pay It Forward Radio Interviews Rebecca Morgan – Books For Treats

October 2, 2014

Tune in on Thursday, October 2 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview Rebecca Morgan, Founder of Books For Treats. To listen:  Pay it Forward Radio Books For Treats founder Rebecca Morgan began offering books to her ghouls and goblins at her home in Willow Glen (San Jose, CA) in […]

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Fashion Forward Radio Interviews Salwa Owens – Salwa Owens

October 2, 2014

My next guest on Fashion Forward Radio will be Salwa Nahhas Owens owner of Salwa Owens brand. Tune in TODAY, Sunday, September 28 at 11:00 am MST. A presentation of Today’s Woman Network. To listen:  Today’s Woman Network Having a passion for fashion from a very young age, fashion designer Salwa Owens began her journey […]

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Pay It Forward Radio Interviews Cassandra Perkins – Behind The Mask Radio Show

September 24, 2014

My next guest is Cassandra Perkins – Behind The Mask with Cassandra Perkins 810AM KLVZ – Thursday, September 25 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio. Listen live and be inspired! To listen: MileHi Radio Cassandra Perkins is a Radio host, Public Speaker, BYOU ‘Be Your Own You!’ Magazine Teen Spokesmodel, National Anti-Bullying Columnist, […]

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