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Living Purposely with Stacy Y Whyte host Int'l Singer & TV Producer Ebony Archer

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Ebony Archer is a force to be reckoned with. Since the early age of four, she started singing in her church where her gift was discovered. In the year of 2000, Ebony joined Walt Whitman and the Soul Children of Chicago at the age of eight. With this group, Ebony has sung in front of audiences of ranging numbers and has shared the stage with many famous names in the industry such as Yolanda Adams, R. Kelly, Celine Dion, Nick Carter, and the list continues. In the year of 2001, Ebony Archer was featured in R. Kelly’s video, “The World’s Greatest”.   

Ebony is the CEO of her own entertainment N company called Inspired By Purpose, Executive Producer of Youth  Speak Out TV and Radio Show, an Inspirational Speaker and an Author of the book called, “Gotta Believe In Me” a self-empowerment book She  is also the co-author of the book called, “Congratulations, You Just Lost Your Job”, featuring other Les Brown Platinum Speakers.   

Ebony believes in using her gifts and talents to help inspire, motivate, and encourage others to live out their fullest potential. This is why she has decided to launch The Gotta Believe In Me Empowerment Tour in the summer of 2015. The purpose of the tour is to empower the youth and young adults in the fields of Entrepreneurship,  Leadership, Self-Empowerment,  & Music/Entertainment. Through this tour, she wants the youth to know that self-belief is the key to their destiny and they can achieve anything if they believe. Due to her impact in the community, Ebony was awarded, “The Miracle Worker” Award in the spring of 2014, an award highlighting her contributions in the lives of the youth.

 

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