President and Founder
For as long as I can remember I have been fascinated with hair. My hair wasn’t easy to manage, so I began styling my own hair at an early age. I taught myself how to braid, style, and do the daily upkeep needed for my hair. In the process, I learned which hair care products were effective for ethnic hair and thus began my journey to help others like me with the same ethnic hair challenges. I learned how to properly implement products and tools to enhance the look and health of my ethnic hair and skin. These are the developed skills I will teach you, along with some of the proper steps to keeping your ethnic child(ren)’s hair healthy and manageable, which will be my great pleasure to do so!
A young Hispanic woman licensed as a nail tech and esthetician specializing in nail and skincare. I have been a foster parent at age 21years old fostering my younger siblings age 8 and 13 years old. I believe with all my heart that teaching every parent, young adult, and child proper ethnic skin and hair care is super important and I believe every child should feel good about their ethnicity and never be ashamed to be of a different ethnic background.
Aneesah has a passion for employee justice, employment, and service delivery equity proved instrumental in bringing the Proper Hair and Skin Care Education for Foster & Adoptive Children of Black, Bi-Racial and other Ethnic groups. In November, 2009, she introduced the Proper Hair and Skin proposal to DHS-DDCC membership and later arranged for Founder Barbette Woodall to give a DHS employees, and community a training workshop the following month and was instrumental in promoting Founder Barbette Woodall efforts in achieving passage of HB-3485 during the past Oregon Legislative Session.
Daniela Marcela Velasquez Herrera
Daniela has worked in many fields such as a Network Marketing, BankTeller, Case Manager for TransAmerica, loan officer for a brokerage firm, the main reception for Infinity broadcasting, then found the most fun job at AEG concerts West as an exceptional and devoted Box office Agent/Supervisor. She loved the customer service as that is her Forte. She had to leave after 10 yrs due to an accident with her left eye of retinal detachment and was no longer the same with her eyesight up til today. In 2004 as she became a Christian Believer she has not given up on life and continue to want to due more for others and shine her light to help those in need
D’Vonn Unique Woodall is a young man of African American, multi-racial heritage. His influences are the professional league of sports. Basketball is his passion and he aspires to become a NBA Coach as well as to obtain a BA in Communication. Coming from an influential background of his father being a college level basketball player, D’Vonn is no stranger to how the logistics of the game is played on the court and off.
As a director of B Beautiful- Children’s Foundation, D’Vonn will provide our youth with inspiration and encouragement on how to stay in school, be drug free, and also add a unique touch to his liaison position by targeting kids in sports, helping them learn exemplary grooming techniques and sharing information on how to maintain healthy hair and skin care hygiene based on the belief . . . “When You look good, you feel good”!
BBeautiful-Children’s Foundation For Ethnic Hair and Skin is recognized as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, EIN 80-0514597, making all donations tax deductible. As a charitable corporation, exempt from income tax, we are required to file the form 990 with the Federal Government, and all financial information is presented in accordance with IRS regulations.
- Community Impowerment 80%
- Ethnic Hair 60%
- Exclusive Products 50%
- Member Happiness 90%