Unleash Your Personal Confidence at Walker’s Legacy Houston Launch Event
Event on 2014-11-15 12:00:00
Join Walker's Legacy as we launch our first Houston event and hear from two phenomenal women on their personal confidence and how it impacted their journey to success. Come find out how you can Unleash you personal confidence.
Kim Roxie, Creative Director, LAMIK Beauty
Kim Roxie’s passion for what she does is evident through her explanation: I love enhancing women’s beauty by helping to build their self-esteem, making them feel good and giving them more than what they expected in terms of revealing their natural beauty. LAMIK Beauty offers women environmentally friendly makeup manufactured in the heart of the Lone Star State, Houston, TX. “You shouldn’t have to sacrifice your health for Beauty!” A message Roxie expounds upon when referring to LAMIK being Paraben free; a chemical found in most makeup products and has been linked to Cancer.
Kim Roxie’s heart for women, dedication to their health through makeup and innovation has prompted LAMIK to become the world’s #1 Eco-Chic Makeup line. Holding a Bachelors of Art degree in Public Relations from Clark Atlanta University and an Esthetics license from Houston Community College, Kim Roxie’s calling into the beauty industry was more of a ministry than a career, she wanted to break the often artificial and plastic stereotypes that often influenced self-esteem issues. “For the longest, beauty has been defined by certain looks and if you didn’t look that way, you weren’t considered beautiful,” explains Kim Roxie.
Christina Saunders, Texas League of Young Voters Education Fund, State DirectorChristina Sanders, a Houston native, received her Bachelor’s of Political Science and Master’s of Public Administration in Public Policy degree from Texas Southern University.
Christina is the State Director for the Texas League of Young Voters Education Fund (LYVEF), a non partisan organization that registers, educates and engages young voters in the Texas electoral process. In addition to her service with the Texas LYVEF, Christina is an adjunct professor of Political Science at Texas Southern University.
Christina co-authored a manuscript entitled, “From ‘Block the Vote’ to ‘Protect the Vote’: Historically Black Student Voting Suppression and Disenfranchisement in Texas” published in Volume XIV of the Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy; making her one of the country’s youngest experts on Student Voter Disenfranchisement.
Christina has worked in the office Texas State Senator Rodney Ellis as a District Aide and Policy Analyst and in public policy as the coordinator for Houston Communities for Safe Indoor Air (HCSIA), where she worked on smoke-free policy change and childhood obesity policy. She has also served as the National Coordinator of Black Youth Vote!, a program of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation.
Christina is a graduate of the Front Line Leaders Academy, leadership program for the People for the American Way Foundation. Ms. Sanders is also the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including being named one of the “Most Valuable Organizers” in America for her work organizing young voters in Texas during the 2012 midterm elections; the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil rights Under the Law “Young Champion of Justice Award” and the Sprit of Democracy award as recognition of courage and outstanding work in protecting the voting rights of students at Prairie View A&M University. Christina is also proud to be an active member of Alpha Kappa Sorority, Inc.
Post program beauty treatments provided by Lamik specialists (at cost to attendee, special discount rates apply).
at Lamik Beauty
Houston, United States