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The White Dress Project and their EmPOWERed Experience is coming to Jackson, Mississippi for a powerful brunch to raise further awareness about uterine fibroids! Tambria Cherie is the host along with the organization's founder. The goal is to make sure your cup is full before you leave- from the cocktails to the conversations. Whether you have a fibroid story, supporting someone through their fibroid journey, or just want to learn more about how fibroids affect 90 percent of women in their lifespan, join the brunch! This Saturday, March 18th 12 Noon-3pm in Jackson, Mississippi.

About the Host, Tambra Cherie

Tambra Cherie is a full time interactive media personality. Poised and personable, this radio/TV personality, entertainment news reporter, and host brings excitement to every role she carries out. This Midday personality discovered her passion for media hosting and the entertainment industry upon graduating from Jackson State University. It was during an internship at WRJH, she began to fulfill her goals within the entertainment industry. During her radio internship, Tambra Cherie embarked upon various entertainment related ventures, serving as host for the once highly anticipated #1 entertainment television show in Mississippi, Admission Granted. Admission Granted previously aired on UPN, CW, and CBS affiliates for over 4 years. Throughout her career, Tambra Cherie has hosted a number of concerts, festivals, and events. She has interviewed a multitude of celebrities, artists, comedians, actors, and entertainment moguls including Russell Simmons, Magic Johnson, Kevin Liles, and Sean Diddy Combs. Tambra Cherie has been featured in several publications and media outlets. She was featured as Boom's Magazine Most Influential Person in the City of Jackson, and previous recipient of the Woman of the Year Award, alongside the Mayor of the City of Jackson as Man of the Year. Tambra Cherie has also served as guest host on Lifetime's television show, Bring It, and a guest entertainment co-host on Dish Nation TV, which airs on FOX affiliates. Tambra Cherie is one of the stars of the reality television show, Belle Collective, airing on the OWN Network. Belle Collective centers on the personal and professional lives of five successful glamorous boss women who are redefining what it means to be a Southern Belle in Jackson, Mississippi. Tambra Cherie has a passion for people and helping others. She enjoys traveling, hosting, spending time with family, trying new restaurants and foods. Tambra Cherie is the author of Surrounded By Sin, Grounded By Love: 8 Simple Keys to Becoming a Better You. She has appeared on a number of radio and television programs, including TV One's Sister Circle TV, sharing her message of becoming better with audiences around the world. Guests Interviewed (Semi-Partial List): Russell Simmons, Magic Johnson, Keith Sweat, Babyface, Chaka Khan, BBD, (Bell, Biv, Devoe) Jagged Edge, 112, Tank, Avant, Keyshia Cole, Fantasia, Vivica A. Fox, Rick Ross, Jeezy, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Mannie Fresh, Yo Gotti, T.I., French Montana, Gucci Mane, Mystikal, Master P, UGK, Three 6 Mafia, Kimora Lee Simmons, Brandy, Tamar Braxton, K. Michelle, SWV, Tamia, Jon B., Hootie & the Blowfish, Katt Williams, Sheryl Underwood, Bill Bellamy, and more.

About the White Dress Project

The purpose of The White Dress Project (TWDP) is to spread awareness on a global scale about the widespread occurrence of uterine fibroids. We aim to achieve this by promoting education, fostering research, building a supportive community, and advocating for better health. Our efforts are focused on educating individuals on fibroids and the available treatment options, collaborating on crucial research, empowering a united community to advocate for their improved health, and ending the silent suffering associated with fibroids.

As a non-profit organization, primarily made up of women with impactful fibroid journeys, we are uniquely positioned to educate, empower, and support those who are managing life with fibroids. Our work is actualized through our vibrant community, scientific and clinical research, and our advisory council of health practitioners, who are leaders within the field. Our community is our north star and guiding force as we work to create an environment where their health concerns are believed, all their options are accessible, and where community, research, advocacy, and science intersect.

Most women with fibroids do not like to wear white because of the heavy bleeding related to the condition. The “white dress” is not a fashion statement but a movement. It is an emblem of hope and strength for women who are suffering from fibroids and a reminder that we will find a cure.

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