Featuring Tracee Ellis Ross, well-known actress, comedian, television host and a social advocate for equity, who uses her voice and vast social influence as an advocate for joy and self-acceptance and inclusivity. She is also a volunteer intent on making a difference in the lives of teenage girls. She is currently starring in black-ish, ABC’s critically acclaimed comedy series.
The program will also feature two inspiring young women whose actions in our local community have helped improve the lives of others.
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TRACEE ELLIS ROSS
Tracee Ellis Ross continues to skillfully navigate the entertainment industry as an award-winning actress/producer/creative. She is currently starring in black-ish, ABC’s critically acclaimed comedy series. Ross uses her voice and vast social influence to be an advocate for joy, self-acceptance, inclusivity, and equity.
She is also a volunteer intent on making a difference in the lives of teenage girls. Most recently, Tracee sat in conversation with Michelle Obama to discuss the Power of Women’s Stories for The New York Times.
Lucia Garay will join the stage with Tracee Ellis Ross. She is a junior at Casa Grande High School in Petaluma, has been a passionate advocate for environmental justice for most of her life, taking part in local conservation projects and spreading awareness about the connection between a healthy community and a healthy environment. Read more