A Tribute To Mariah Jerido Traumatic Brain Injury & Mental Health Awareness: ShowTime!
Traumatic Brain Injury & Mental Health Awareness An Evening Of Empowerment A Tribute To Mariah Marie Jerido Traumatic Brain Injury & Mental Health Awareness: Your support makes it possible for the Traumatic Brain Injury & Mental Health Awareness An Evening Of Empowerment Possible. We are bringing opportunitie, hope, and healing to people whose lives are forever changed. This opportunity will help bring UNITY! connection with resources, support for survivors, family, friends, and professionals all together. Traumatic Brain Injury & Mental Health Illness Matters. PHENOMENAL MARIAH M. JERIDO AUTHOR--MEDIA PRODUCER--SCREENWRITER--CASTING DIRECTOR--PUBLIC SPEAKER--PHOTOGRAPHER--ACTOR--SINGER AND BLESSED TO BE ALIVE. Ms. Jerido created a life-changing program for the unfortunate people like herself. The vision to help dreams come true, heal and repair lives came to Mariah after she had survived a horrific car accident where she sustained life-threatening injuries to her brain and in effect was comatose for two months now lives with Traumatic Brain Injury. As a result of the trauma to her head injury, she had to learn how to walk, talk and spell again. She thought her dreams were over but realize she too has a purpose and decided to never give up. Our Traumatic Brain Injury & Mental Health Awareness Concert will be an extraordinary event that is sure to bring a bevy of creative, fun Entertainment and Fashion themes. After our fashion showcasing original fashion pieces will be available for sale. The event is slated to draw patrons as far as Atlanta Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and surrounding areas. This will have musical entertainment alongside significant networking opportunities. The themed fashion showcase will highlight how fashion can be both entertaining, with a flair for amusement and authority. What makes this Evening Of Empowerment so special? because everyday women, men, teens and kids who have survived traumatic experiences, and have mental health issue are suffering and some are committing suicide, have letdowns, and internal wounds from something in life. Traumatic Brain Injury & Mental Health & Awareness Eve Of Empowerment will gain unprecedented press on social media, digital radio in addition to being featured in Jerido Magazine. This event is expected to draw over 200 loyal supporters ranging in ages 10-70 years old. These high-income influential decision makers have embraced the modality of “ Jerido Productions” bringing supporters from Georgia, North and South Carolina surrounding areas within. The saying “It Takes a Village” is appropriate and befitting for such a task of rebuilding the lives of those afflicted. We ask that you join us in this enormous mission of making a difference in lives of every day of people who are deemed and not fit in but are determined to live out their life’s dream. Mariah; The surprise of myself strength, even in the face of adversity and disable from TBI. Only a handful of people understand what living with a brain injury is like or somebody who has been there him or herself. Mariah; I’ve come a long ways from the experience. As I continue this journey I'm learning to endure my life, ups, and downs. I want to Leave legacies to help others along the way to never give up. Our guest speakers will express how important it is to support our people who struggle with TBI and Mental Health issues. Unity In The Communities Each One Teach One
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