Brentwood TN. – “Being selected as an Extraordinary People Award Winner in two categories. The award presents a great opportunity to create buzz in the media and throughout the industry, bringing honoree’s front and center among potential clients and partners.” said founder Dr. LaVerne Adekunle of the United States. She further stated how she impressed with youth advocate Kainat Khan being chosen for the prestigious award.
Kainat Khan is a 16 year old girl belonging to Nowshera KPK, Pakistan, living in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. As a student at 13 years old, she survived from a flood of her village that destroyed schools and homes badly. She saw books, school bags and toys in the flood where she witnessed tears in the children’s eyes. She teamed up with her father and organized a team of four people to help the victims. They rebuilt schools and homes and distributed school-books and bags to victims. She regularly inspired them with a message to be strong. Kainat is also a Junior Tennis Player of Pakistan and authored her first book on Tennis which is Kainat and Tennis.
During this time she developed the courage to live for humanity, to do something for humanity, and wrote books on peace such as: “Way to Peace” (English Book) and Peace Message for World Children. (English Book) Read about this extraordinary teenager Young Tennis player in Pakistan @ Kainat Welfare Organization Pakistan
The gold star statuettes will be formally presented September 17, 2016 intercostal hotel Gallery One Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The 8 member advisory team is a distinguished panel of pastors, film producer, authors, and journalist. The Pre-Awards event will kick off on a lavish dinner cruise on Friday Night and After Party 10PM Saturday, September 17, 2016 following the awards event.
To register and attend visit www.extrapeopleawards.com
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