Over 400 people attended the awe-inspiring Haiti Cherie Fundraiser at the Broad Street Ballroom in New York City. Haiti Cherie was founded by Fabrice J. Armand, native son of Haiti, entrepreneur, producer and philanthropist who uses his birthday as a platform to fundraise for grassroot organizations that are making a significant impact in Haiti. Haiti Cherie’s mission is to showcase the beauty, history, culture and contribution of Haitians to the World.
Mona Scott-Young is an American record executive, talent manager and former co-owner of Violator Management. During her career Mona Scott-Young represented a long list of distinguished hip-hop artists including LL Cool J, Missy Elliot, 50 Cent, Fantasia and Busta Rhymes. Young is also very active with charitable and philanthropic organizations and has received honors from several high profile media outlets like The National Association of Black Female Executives, Vibe Magazine and more.
After leaving Violator Management Mona Scott-Young started her own corporation called Monami Entertainment. Monami Entertainment manages artists, produces projects for television and film, and even launched a line of cosmetics and beauty products. Most recently Mona is the executive producer of VH1′s smash hit show Love & Hip Hop.
Other honorees included Rodney Leon (principal at Rodney Leon Architects PLLC) and Judge Lionel Jean-Baptiste (Illinois Circuit Court Judge). Notables spotted at the event included singer, Brianna Colette; Miss USA, Nana Meriwether; Miss TEEN USA, and Logan West
Miss USA Nana Meriwether and Miss TEEN USA Logan WestTweet