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Martesha Burrage is a very outgoing person who loves Jesus. She enjoys being around all of her friends and family. Martesha began working in the education field in 1999 for the Houston Independent School District at Energized for Excellece Academy. She continues on in the Special Education Department with special need children that have Autism, Bipolar, Down Syndrome disorders.etc...
She enjoys modeling, taking pictures and coordinating fashion shows/ concerts to raise money for children with the autism spectrum disorder as well as other disabilities.
Martesha Burrage, CEO/Founder of Social Good in Action
Social Good in Action is a non-profit organization that focuses on helping other non-profit organizations raise money for community services and programs that support children affected by developmental disabilities.
Martesha's primary activity is the development of fundraising fashion shows and concerts. These charity benefits raise money for local non-profit organizations so that they may better serve their community.
“Originally, Martesha didn’t start out thinking on a large scale. While working with children who had autism, she was inspired to organize a charity event to raise money for a local chapter that provided autism services support. After that first experience, it seemed that she could just keep doing more good around her if she used her skills planning fashion shows for other needs in our community. SGIA resulted from her inspiration and realization that all of us- every single person in a local community- can come together for a common cause and improve the lives of our children.”
March 26, 2011
August 6, 2011
Houston Fashion Week Oct. 2011
TO GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
"LIVING TO THE FULLEST EACH DAY"
BusinessEmail: email@example.comHouston, Texas 77036 United States
HOUSTON FASHION WEEK
ON THE RUNWAY FOR AUTISM- FASHION EXTRAVAGANZA
TEXAS KINGS AND QUEENS FASHION EXTRAVAGANZA CHARITABLE EVENT "IN ACTION FOR AUTISM
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