3rd Annual Celebrating Our Wins Women’s Panel Discussion Presented By Ballin’ 4 Peace Shines Spotlight On Leadership and Growth

It's one of our favorite events of the year. 

With International Women's Month taking place in March, Ballin’ 4 Peace is proud to announce its 3rd Annual Celebrating Our Wins women's panel discussion. This yearly event brings together thought leaders and influential women from various industries and backgrounds to share their experiences, insights, and perspectives on the progress and challenges facing women today.

The 3rd Annual Women’s Panel will be held at Democracy Prep Endurance High School (240 E. 123rd Street, New York) on Friday, March 10th, starting at 9:30 am.

“Each year we hold this event, it gets bigger and better,” said Ballin’ 4 Peace Founder, Haron Hargrave. 

“The best part about year three of the Annual Women’s Panel, is not only being able to recognize our panelists for their contributions in strengthening our communities, but also being able to reach so many young people in that process. It’s their chance to hear about leadership and growth, and see it as well by meeting our panelists.”  

The 3rd Annual Celebrating Our Wins women’s panel will feature Marie David (Moderator), Vina Love (Singer, Songwriter, Performer, CEO, philanthropist, business owner) DJ RIA (DJ, Host, Model), Samra Hill (Embodied Essentials), and Soukaina Sourouri (Sourouri Law Firm). This year's panel will once again provide a unique platform for women to share their stories, advocate for change, and inspire others, as Ballin’ 4 Peace strives to encourage dialogue, foster collaboration, and promote equality as we celebrate International Women’s Month together. 

Meet The 3rd Annual Women’s Panelists

Back for year three, Marie David will serve as moderator for the panel discussion. Marie is the CEO and founder of women empowerment brand “A Lady Who Knows”, which she launched in 2013 and currently serves as a Digital Producer for The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Middays with Shaila, and ’Déjà Vu In The Afternoons’ for New York’s 107.5 WBLS and HOT 97. She is also the social media manager for The Wendy Williams Show and has previously worked as an online reporter in front of the camera and behind the scenes at WBLS and HOT 97. 

Vina Love, the daughter of legendary DJ Kid Capri, has showcased her talents as the “Princess of R&B soul”. Hailing from Harlem, this multi-talented artist has a long list of accomplishments at just a young age. She’s a singer, dancer, songwriter, video producer and actress, and is one of the youngest black women to own her own recording label, Amoré Love Records. Vina Love has performed alongside some of the biggest names in the industry, including Ashanti, Megan Thee Stallion, Ja Rule, Fat Joe and many others. 

DJ RIA, a.k.a "Maria Clifton", is proof that not only is this a realistic goal, but an inspiration for anyone who is trying to figure out their place in this world. Maria’s resume is extensive and versatile, ranging from Professional Wilhelmina Model, Actress, Professional Basketball, DJ, and Host! All while still finding the time to give back to multiple charities including “Homeless Mother’s with Children”, Precious Dreams Foundation and “Breast Cancer Awareness''. 

Samara Hill is a successful entrepreneur and businesswoman who has dedicated her life to helping others live their best lives. Born and raised in New York, Samara obtained her Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Queens College and spent the next 15 years of her life working in the accounting industry. Samara's drive and determination led her to create a branding company – SH Branding – and a natural skincare line – Embodied Essentials – which has received much recognition and praise in the industry. 

Soukaina Sourouri, Esq. is a solo practitioner managing her own general practice firm, Sourouri Law Firm. Focusing primarily on Family Law in Richmond County, Soukaina is a member of the 18B Panel in Richmond County Family Court and a member of Part 36 Attorneys for Children Panel. Graduating from CUNY Law School in 2020, Soukaina attended law school at night and  worked for the Law Office of Rosa Pannitto, P.C. Soukaina serves as the second vice president for the Staten Island’s Women's Bar Association and is also a member of Staten Island Trial Lawyers and Columbian Lawyers of Brooklyn. 

We are excited to welcome a dynamic group of panelists who will provide their valuable insights and perspectives on overcoming obstacles faced by women. Contact us today for more information about the 3rd Annual Celebrating Our Wins women's panel discussion.