Address: 55 Second Street at
Market Street, San Francisco, CA, 94105
Black Tie Optional
Rauhmel@WHOmentors.com for fundraising ideas to reduce the cost.)
COMMUNITY SERVICE MESSAGE:
Se-Rim Kang, Miss Asian America - Community Service
Ashmin Ram & Sad Arrieta
EXHIBITORS & COLLECTIONS:
Ai & Ai By Aileen Marie Quiambao
By Daniel Sudar
Antinea By Lauryn Varnum
Aji By Amanda Christine
KatoreySwim By Katie Struve
Monika Singh, Elyse Schiber, Jaana Noory, Dina Arid, Gunel Guliyeve,
Briana McGee, Champagne Cook, China-Marie O'Neal, Martha Lopez, Lindsay
Herling, Annemieke Kenstens, Alicia Delos Reys, Melanie Klibanoff,
Se-Rim Kang, Jaylah Oni, Carissa Matuhara, Debora Santos, Rachel Moutan,
Sherell Moore, William Sweezer, Kyle Dever, Veronica Ram, Johnny
Lazzarini, Andrew Montagne, Jesus Pena, Will Steinberger, Tony Wong
PRODUCTION (ASCAP/BMI LICENSED):
DJ Martin Hodge
WHOmentors.com, Inc. (http://WHOmentors.com
Clear Channel Radio
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER/501(c)(3) FISCAL
Rauhmel Fox, CEO, WHOmentors.com, Inc.
Lisa Li, CEO, YouLiveAndYouLearn.org
Tomoyo Seo, YouLiveAndYouLearn.org
Megan Donovan, Producer,
Joaquin Gomez, Producer, SFFashionWeekend.com
Sikhounchanh, Producer, SFFashionWeekend.com
Benjamin IV, CEO, Youth For Creative Adventure Storytelling, Inc.
Marrow Donor Registration Drive hosted by Sandy
YouLiveAndYouLearn.Org's philosophy is
“Fashion For Architecture."
The non-profit organization creates
and promotes events to showcase the talents of aspiring fashion
designers who find it advantageous to hire an independent contractor to
produce an event.
Proceeds from the events goes toward funding
educational initiatives for high-school students and college students
interested in design and architecture.
defrays the entry fees for students to compete in design competitions
and gain diversified experience, build their portfolios, and qualify for
admission to a university or a professional certification exam.
WHOmentors.com, Inc. nor YouLiveAndYouLearn.org is a talent agency as
described in California Labor Code 1700.4.(a). Participants are
volunteers and fund-raise to cover the expenses and applicable fee
permits for the promotion and production of a community and public
celebratory event (NTEE-CC: A27) and are not regarded as artists within
the meaning of California Labor Code 1700.4.(b).