Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm

Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm Inaugural Tea with Special Guest Speaker Michelle Williams and Hosted by Cameka Smith of the B.O.S.S. Network

Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm, Chicagoland's 21st Century etiquette and finishing school for young ladies in grades 8th - 12th launches in Chicago with their Inaugural High Tea. The event will feature Grammy Award Winning Artist and Broadway Actress Michelle Williams, as special guest speaker. Michelle was recently featured on VH-1's Styled by June undergoing her own transformation and conquering her fears. She will share with the audience her life journey and experiences making her the confident woman she is today!

“I am thrilled to be a part of the Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm inaugural kick off event, states Williams. “Chicago has a lot of amazing, talented and gifted girls. When you empower and motivate they will conquer the world!”
The mistress of ceremony will be The B.O.S.S. Network’s CEO & Founder, Cameka Smith. The event will also feature performances by poet Subira Whitaker and female singing duo SCORE and a mini fashion show, From Sass to Sophistication.

Where: Charles Hayes Center, 4859 S. Wabash

When: Saturday, April 28, 2012
Time: 11 am – 1 pm

Additional Information: Admission is $20. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available online at http://bapschoolofcharm.eventbrite.com/. Presenting sponsors for the event are the Urban Wellness Project, Keep It Simple Chicago and Christi With an Eye PR (CWAE PR).

Contact Information: For more information on the charm school and registration please visit http://www.bapsschoolofcharm.com/ or call Syreeta Talbert, director and founder 773-451-5161 syreeta@syreeta.biz.

About Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm:The Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm is dedicated to Embracing, Educating and Empowering young ladies of color with the rules of etiquette and social grace. Serving as Chicagolands 21st century etiquette and finishing school for young ladies in grades 8th – 12th. The Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm's goal is to empower our young ladies to be poised, powerful and productive; enhancing their self-confidence to build a personal image that will mean success throughout their personal and professional lives. Our curriculum has been designed to inspire, empower and cultivate our young ladies.

The Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm is an eight week etiquette class. Classes start Saturday, May 5, 2012 from 11 am – 1 pm and will conclude with a formal “charm” ceremony officially presenting them to social life.

The Black American Princess (BAP) School of Charm is a subsidiary of a small non-profit organization (The Urban Wellness Project), The organization is supported by the generosity of private, corporate and individual donors. Every donation, no matter how big or small, is very important to the organization.



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