WE tv Star Towanda Braxton is Today’s Honoree

Towanda Chloe Braxton is the fourth child born to Dr. Michael and Evelyn Braxton. She is a talented singer, dancer, actress, community activist, philanthropist and loving wife to author Andre Carter and mother of two wonderful children Braxton and Brooke. Their family resides in the suburbs of Georgia.

No stranger to the stage and performance, Towanda began singing with her musical siblings Toni, Michael, Traci, Trina and Tamar at an early age and later became interested in other facets of the entertainment field while simultaneously being a member of her sister group THE BRAXTONS.

Working directly with sister Toni, Towanda was labeled “the responsible one” on WE tv’s BRAXTON FAMILY VALUES because of her sense of commitment to excellence and the big picture approach with cast members and business. This is further demonstrated with her company the SECRET SQUIRRELS that provide training, certification and placement for individuals who desire to work as professional personal assistants.

“Being a personal assistant isn’t an easy job, basically, you have to be the second brain to the client that you are working for.” – Towanda Braxton

Towanda’s charitable contributions are observed by working with the CEO of SAVING OUR DAUGHTERS a non-profit organization that focuses on creating the tools to get teen girls discussing key issues in their lives.

Of all of the magnificent accomplishments Towanda has to date, she’s not afraid to try new ideas and step completely out of the box and discuss her experiences allowing the world to be seen through her eyes.

Visit Towanda Braxton for more information.

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