Iconic 1980s Supermodel-Turned-Actress Kelly LeBrock Featured Speaker at Launch Press Conference to Share Her Personal Story
WHAT: Kelly LeBrock, the 1980s supermodel-turned-actress who gained recognition as the face of Pantene Shampoo’s “Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful” commercials and who, through starring roles in such hit feature films as “The Woman in Red” and “Weird Science,” ranked among Hollywood’s sexiest leading ladies of that decade, will be a featured speaker at a press conference to launch Safe Passage’s new “Time2Heal” initiative for victims of abuse, bullying and violence.Time2Heal expands on programs already offered by Safe Passage, a Van Nuys, California-based nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of domestic abuse with programs that help heal and empower women and their children to live transformed, safe and productive lives, to include all genders and ages.Time2Heal extends safe, confidential and compassionate help to anyone looking for a way out of an abusive relationship, healing from past trauma and emotional pain from rejection, and a pathway to a victorious life.
WHEN: Thursday, June 7, 2018
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
WHERE: Beverly Hills Women’s Club
1700 Chevy Chase Drive, Beverly Hills, California 90210
WHO: The press conference will feature compelling presentations on the toll all forms of devastation and violence currently are taking in Los Angeles and the outlook for the future to be hosted by Former LAPD and Retired Los Angeles City Councilman Dennis Zine.
- Kelly LeBrock – the iconic ‘80s supermodel and actress left the glitz and glamour of Hollywood 25 years ago for a quieter, more secluded life on a farm in the mountains outside of Santa Barbara. Today, she is an impassioned advocate for victims of abuse, Ambassador for UN Women and has appeared before Congress to advocate for the inclusion of alternative/holistic treatment in health insurance coverage.
- CJ Valleroy, actor and dancer – is passionate about helping others who are being bullied and abused by their peers. Helping others has been a healing process for Valleroy as he experienced these traumatic experiences throughout elementary and middle school.
- Dr. Jay Faber, MD – a clinical and forensic psychiatrist with more than 20 years of experience in Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry and Pharmacological Management, Dr. Faber treats patients in clinical private practice and is on the medical staff of Amen Clinic in Costa Mesa. He is a highly respected advocate of brain imaging and pioneer of natural, brain-oriented treatment for some of the most common ailments.
- Dr. Lee Benton, ordained pastor, Life Coach and actress – the self-proclaimed “Undercover Agent for God in Hollywood” has dedicated her life to helping others become empowered overcomers. She also leads a popular monthly Bible study at CBS Studios and television show called “Victory Road” with Lee Benton.