Speaking Up for Dignity

New Spokesperson – Carlaya Lewis

Voices for Dignity is proud to announce that radio personality Carlaya Lewis has agreed to become the official spokesperson in our fight  against human trafficking.

Carlaya Lewis is an on-air radio personality, also known as the “Queen of Flow,” that, among other things, has hosted one of the highest rated Sunday night radio shows in Las Vegas. Her success and longevity in the field of radio led to her being recently inducted into the National Radio Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

As a music journalist, Carlaya has interviewed artists as diverse as the late Roger Troutman, Teena Marie, Charlie Wilson, Will-i-am, the Whispers, Tracey Morgan and many more. She was featured as Guest DJ on “BET Live in LA,” and if anyone understands how to communicate a message, it is Carlaya.  Her style is warm but cutting edge and energetic, on air and in person.

Carlaya takes great pride in being one of Las Vegas’ longest running media personalities in an ever changing industry. Furthermore, she has been a force for good and had a positive impact on the community of urban women.  The city of Las Vegas named August 17, 2013 as Carlaya Lewis Day and honored her with an official proclamation signed by Mayor Goodman.

As if that is not enough, she is giving even more of herself as she has agreed to help Voices for Dignity get it’s message to the world.

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Since one of the things we do is provide creative awareness photography, among other things, we asked Carlaya to participate in a medieval=themed photo shoot intended to create graphics for posters, social media, and web site graphics.  To our delight, Carlaya indeed participated, and here is a glimpse of our new female warrior who is participating in the battle against the exploitation of women through human trafficking.

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Meet Carlaya Lewis, warrior for women!

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