Nowadays it is hard to find a real champion for youth rights and issues who’s not afraid to take a stand for justice. I would like to introduce you to someone who definitely deserves the title CHAMPION. Meet Traci Young Fant.
Traci is a humanitarian, activist, wife, mother and CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Think2xTwice.org. I call Traci a champion because she is a go-getter that not only has a passion for young people, but also makes things happen in her community. Traci created Think2XTwice.org, a non-profit organization with a mission
Through Think2XTwice.org, Traci works hard to educate and bring awareness to the community by addresses bullying, domestic violence, and gang violence. This organization was formed to ask teens the question we have all encountered: “If you could do it all over again, what would you do differently?” Think2XTwice.org knows that often times teens make decisions based on impulse. They believe that if time is taken to consider the consequences before the action is taken, the situation might have a better outcome.
As CEO of Think2XTwice.org, you won’t find Traci Young Fant sitting behind a desk. Traci is always busy working to fulfill the mission of Think2XTwice.org. She makes appearances on local TV and radio shows, has hosted several Speak Out Against Teen Violence events, and has been keynote speaker at many events.
Among the many events her organization is credited for, Think2xTwice.org also organized and hosted the Justice for Trayvon Martin Rally in Cleveland Park, Greenville, SC which was one of the largest public demonstrations Greenville has had with almost 2,000 people in attendance.
Tell Them is honored to have Think2xTwice.org as a Community Partner and call Traci Young Fant a Tell Them Ambassador.
If you would like to learn more about this organization and Traci Young Fant please visit their website: www.Think2XTwice.org.
You can also follow them on Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/Think2xTwiceOrg