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Fallon Davis & Kendal Turner

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Fallon Davis the pioneer of Queer Fashion, is an entrepreneur, a leader by distinct nature, a visionary, a philanthropist, a marketer, a true REBEL with a cause, a trendsetter, a manager of aspiring talent, a mentor, a radical educator and a true activist for change. Her goal is to inspire minds and shake souls. The path to success is infinite, hence she struts an altogether different walk to forever leave footprints on the hearts of her followers.

She graduated with honors in July receiving her Master’s Degree in Education from Concordia Online University majoring in Curriculum and Instruction with a dual concentration in Equality, Equity, and Justice and STEAM.  She created an organization called STEAM 4 URBN Youth set to launch in the summer of 2018. She is also co-founder of R3B3L M3DIA, a full-service media company offering Artist Development, Content Media, Events, Product Placement, Creative Conceptualization, and Creative Marketing.

Kendal S. Turner is an Atlanta based spoken word Artist, Motivational speaker, Author, Print model and Actress.  After graduating from Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa, OK and a brief stint at Dillard University in New Orleans, LA, Kendal began a journey that lead her to be a beacon of light for the hopeless. From tragedy to triumph, Kendal became an internationally acclaimed author and poet. 

Kendal has taken the responsibility of being a phenomenal woman to the next level. In addition to three inspiring books of poetry, “Broken Yet Sustained by God,” “Anatomy of the Soul” and “Epiphany,” Kendal has also published a page turning autobiography.  “Thick Skin” is a gritty, in-your-face autobiography detailing her accounts of rape, abuse and sexual identity crisis that Kendal wrote to not only free herself from the bondage of past hurt, but also to guide others through their journey of healing.

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