Thea Wood has worked with record labels, music magazines, Viacom, and AOL from content programmer to executive. She was founder and publisher of SheSpark, an international digital magazine for women over 40, TEDx speaker on “Style Profiling,” and author of The Intentional Makeover.
“Before she became my client, I used to call upon Thea as my self-proclaimed personal stylist,” says Childress.
With its mission of community giveback, the Childress Ink affiliated bookstore, Ink-a-Dink Bookstore, will donate a portion of all book sales to Herizon Music Foundation. To learn more and discover the latest music events and giveaways, visit HerizonMusic.org.
Herizon Music Foundation
Uplifting the next generation of women in music through education, work experience, and role modeling programs, Herizon Music envisions a music industry where any woman can achieve merit-based success no matter her age, appearance, familial status, or orientation.
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