Mr. D.J. is a clear reflection that age has no bearing when you are determined to do those things to help you become a better you! DJ is 19 and hard worker and he is thankful to God and his family for loving him in spite of it all. D.J. does what he can to stay out the way because he just wants to thrive day by day. D.J. says “No one should judge anyone because everyone has something they need to improve on!” Thank you D.J. for being a positive reflection of what this generation needs to see.
Kelly Edwards is an Entrepreneur & Owner of several businesses. Kelly started her first business in 2006, Original Not Equal (O.N.E.) A talent management company with a mission to bring quality talent back to the industry. In providing guidance and knowledge to an assortment of talents.
Sadly in 2013, Kelly made the decision to close down the business and pursue a passion in Social Work. After working in the Social Services industry for 7 years. She then took her passion for helping others and created The Business Shower Events to motivate fellow entrepreneurs.
This series of events is for all entrepreneurs who own a business and want to network amongst other business-oriented individuals. With a strong foundation as a business owner, she decided it was her turn to give back.
Kelly is a firm believer in giving back to her community & being an advocate for both men and women in business. Kelly’s goal is to use her platform to empower others to chase their dreams and create successful companies.
Kelly is the host of The Business Shower. In the podcast she interviews entrepreneurs about the inspiration behind their business and where they got to where they are now. You can listen to episodes here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-business-shower-podcast/id1518308536.
Jackey Neyman Jones is an actress and painter known mostly for playing Debbie in “Manos The Hands of Fate”.
Jackey’s living as an artist began with the creation of custom hand painted silk clothing in 1985 and in 1990 transitioned into a twenty five year career as a master faux finisher for high end clients in Northern California and Western Oregon. Her art today covers a broad spectrum of medium and materials from fabric to reclaiming bygone relics to gourd art to canvas, and any other idea that sparks an interest.
Jackey’s claim to fame is her distinct honor of being Debbie, the child star of Manos: The Hands of Fate, often referred to as “The Worst Movie Ever Made”. Her father played the evil polygamist Master and he, as an artist created much of the “look” of Manos. Even her mom and dog were fully invested in the making of this iconic film.
She describes herself as one of the very few surviving cast or crew members and the only one willing to talk about the movie, while she engages whole heartedly with fans at various venues she has released her book with co-author Laura Mazzuca Toops and with publisher Bear Manor Media to bring the behind the scenes Manos story to print in her book “Growing Up With Manos The Hands of Fate”.