Zoe’s Dolls: Why Representation in Dolls Matters

Zoe Terry is anything but typical. At just ten years old, she has won the first ever Miami-Dade Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award, was selected to present a TED Talk during the TEDx Youth Miami Event, and was recently just named the MLK 2017 Trailblazer. Watch as this 10-year-old C.E.O talks about what inspired her to start her non-profit, “Zoe’s Dolls,” and what advice she has for all of the kids out there with a dream.

Josh Hollin

Josh Hollin, 19, is a songwriter, musician and commercial music major at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. In addition to working with FAU's student run record label, Josh plays the string bass in his school's orchestra ensemble. In 2014, Josh had a hand in helping his classmates at the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in Hagerstown, Maryland, take home the $10,000 grand prize in the "Join The Shift" contest, a competition created to encourage young people to practice safe driving. When Josh isn't busy with music, school and work, you can catch him on Twitter where he loves to share his thoughts on music, pop culture and politics.

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  1. November, 2017

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