Film and Entertainment Maven Sheena Herod is Today’s Honoree

In lieu of releasing her sought after novel entitled “A Boy’s Silent Cry”, and in addition to the recent film documentary entitled, “What We Hate To Remember”; Sheena Herod has embarked upon a radical journey to increase awareness regarding child molestation to an elevated level. Using her business savvy mixed with a determined heart and driven spirit, Sheena decided to launch her non-profit; Broken Silence.

Broken Silence is a non-profit organization that serves to give children and parents an outlet to discuss child abuse, molestation, and preventative measures. “Sexual abuse can affect both young women and young men. In order to end this horrific epidemic we have to be willing to break the silence,” boldly states Sheena. Ms. Herod has already made a grave impact with Broken Silence while engaging with not only her community, but with children and abuse victims nationwide. With child abuse reaching staggering rates across the US, Broken Silence continues to increase awareness one household at a time.

“Sheena (SHE-SHE) Herod” is swiftly becoming a household name across the south in both the film and entertainment industry. The successful filmmaker and founder of Tapoo Productions continues to utilize her passion while opening doors and creating opportunities for aspiring talent. Her philanthropic efforts go far from unnoticed as her movements are continuously recognized by both community and industry leaders.

About Sheena Herod:

Sheena Herod reigns from the city of Memphis, TN where she was reared and her passion for entertainment was born. Shortly after graduating high school, Sheena relocated to the illustrious city of Atlanta to peruse her passions while embarking upon her dreams. Sheena has had the privilege of working with entertainment leaders such as Katt Williams, Neyo, Chris Brown, and Tyler Perry just to name a few. By the year 2011, Sheena was able to launch Tapoo Productions for the purpose of opening doors for up and coming producers, filmmakers and editors by providing them with valuable experiences needed to thrive in the industry.

Visit Sheena Herod for more information.

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