Zoe’s Dolls on FOX Channel 7 News Story by Shireen Sandoval, on February 14, 2017. Following is the article from the WSVN website: South Florida girl donates popular dolls to Miami schools on Valentine’s Day MIAMI (WSVN) – A savvy South Florida girl teamed up with Hasbro to promote self love on Valentine’s Day and celebrate Black History Month by giving away popular dolls. The toy company is helping dozens
Zoe was on Channel 4 CBS News, interviewed by Marybel Rodriguez, on February 14, 2017. Watch the broadcast right here: This is the article on the CBS Miami website: 10-Year-Old ‘Girlpreneur’ Turns Bullying Into Positive Message, Doll Company MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Ten-year-old Zoe Terry is a fifth grader who knows what she wants and knows what she is doing – spreading love and confidence one doll at a time.
More news about Zoe receiving the Hasbro Community Action Hero Award! The Miami Times published this article on February 1, 2017, in the Family News Section. Zoe Terry named Hasbro Community Action Hero Nine-year-old created Zoe’s Dolls to inspire, motivate girls of color Hasbro, Inc. a global play and entertainment company, and generationOn, the youth division of Points of Light, announced in Nov. 2016 that ten outstanding youth were named Hasbro Community
Zoe to be honored as a Hasbro Community Action Hero! The South Florida Times published this article on January 27, 2017, on the Front Cover of the Metro Section. TEN YEAR-OLD CEO RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION FROM HASBRO FOR WORK MIAMI – Zoe Terry, a 10-year-old native of Miami, is one of only 10 youth nationally that will be honored as a Hasbro Community Action Hero in February during the National Toy
Zoe interviewed by Channel 7 WSVN Miami, FOX News. Following is the article from the WSVN website: 9-year-old gifts dolls to little girls being bullied for their appearance MIAMI (WSVN) – A South Florida girl teased and bullied in Kindergarten, created an organization to inspire and motivate young girls going though the same thing. Her doll collection is not for her, it’s actually a generous gesture that’s impacting lives.
Zoe wrote an article for the South Florida Times! It published on July 30, 2016, on the Front Cover of the Metro Section. FITNESS, FUN AND BLACK GIRL MAGIC AT INAUGURAL GIRL FIT EDITOR’S NOTE: Nine year old Zoe A. Terry is the founder of Zoe’s Dolls. By Zoe A. Terry Special to South Florida Times MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. –The Zoe’s Doll’s Girl Fit Experience sponsored by The City of
Zoe and Nakia featured in the Miami Herald newspaper on July 26, 2016. Zoe’s Dolls hosts fitness program for brown girls in Miami-Dade North Miami 9-year-old Zoe Terry, the founder and CEO of Zoe’s Dolls, and her mom, Nakia Bowling, share smiles during Zoe’s Dolls’ first Girl Fit Experience on Saturday, July 23, 2016 at Rolling Oaks Park in Miami Gardens. MARSHA HALPER email@example.com BY ADRIANNE RICHARDSON firstname.lastname@example.org Zoe Terry suffered
Zoe was interviewed by Rudabeh Shahbazi on the CBS Sunday morning TV Show ‘Focus on South Florida’, on March 6, 2016. Watch the broadcast right here: This is the article on the CBS Miami website: Focus on South Florida: Zoe’s Dolls Get ready to meet an amazing South Florida girl. Zoe Terry, is spreading joy one doll at a time with “Zoe’s Dolls”. The 9-year-old’s vision came to life three years ago
The Dollhouse is super excited that our little CEO, Zoe Terry was one of eight youth selected to give a Ted Talk at the TEDx Youth@Miami event on February 26th, 2016 at 6:30 pm at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Downtown Miami. Watch her at the event right here: You can watch the entire TEDx Youth@Miami event here:
Zoe was featured on the Channel 7 News for her participation in the Tedx Youth@Miami event. Following is the article from the WSVN website: 9-year-old girl develops non-profit to help girls around the world MIAMI (WSVN) — Nine-year-old Zoe Terry has created her own non-profit organization to help girls all around the world. When she was 2 years old, Terry has a stroke which had a big impact on her
Zoe was featured in the Miami Herald newspaper on February 23, 2016. Fifth annual TedxYouth@Miami event on Friday at Adrienne Arsht Center Marissa Manley has been exposed to robotics and music since she was a child. At 4, she already experimented with Lego pieces — putting them together and with the use of coding and help from her father, she began to learn how to make them move. At 8, she
A message from the CEO herself asking all of the community to go out and support Zoe’s Dolls by purchasing a new doll of color that will be given out to a little girl in need during this holiday season! Please also like us on Facebook @ Zoesdolls, on Twitter @Zoesdolls and on Instagram @Zoesdolls! Thank you for all of your support. XOXO Zoe & Mommy
Zoe’s Dolls is a mission that I hold close to my heart. While that mission has truly become, my passion: the mission, the vision and the overall direction is driven by one person−Zoe Terry. Every decision from business cards to expanded programs goes through this little CEO. She wants to be a part of every aspect of Zoe’s Dolls. From website revisions to press releases, you better believe Miss Zoe
I really do not like it when people call me bossy. My mommy says I’m not bossy, I’m a leader. When I see something wrong, I jump in to fix it. I don’t wait for people to tell me what to do, I see what needs to be done and I do it. Yeah, I tell some of my friends sometimes what to do, but that is because I know
The journey to truly loving and accepting yourself can be a road filled with bumps, pits and potholes. The quest to accept you for whom you really are can often be made harder by the people that love you the most. Let me make the picture clear. Take my Zoe. She’s a natural head girl. One of her favorite styles is wearing her hair twisted out into an Afro. It’s