Local Business Expo Will Raise Funds For Autism Awareness

Kimberly L. Johnson, Speaker/Event Host
[Detroit] - A local non-profit organization is hosting a business expo and luncheon to benefit children with autism.

The BOSS Foundation will be hosting their 2020 Clear Vision Conference, Saturday, November 9,  at the Best Western Premier in Southfield.

Shell Jones, founder of Play-Place Autism & Special Needs Center in Sterling Heights, will be speaking at the luncheon, where a donation award will be presented to a family affected by the disorder.

Speaker and event hostess, Kimberly LaJuan Johnson, is the founder of BOSS Foundation and has worked with autistic children as an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapist.

Johnson says her goal is to raise awareness of the needs of underprivileged children with the disorder.

"I have seen a greater need for inner city children and their parents", said Johnson. "These are children who don't always receive as much attention in terms of medical care and other resources. This is where my passion comes in. There is a need to spread awareness and give back."

The conference is designed to inspire entrepreneurs, business leaders, and forward thinkers.

Guests will hear from various speakers on a variety of topics related to business, professional development, and personal success.

"This is a spirit, mind, body, soul, financial empowerment and development conference", said Johnson. "Guests will be motivated and clear to strive for their next level in every aspect of life."

Additional speakers will include health and fitness coach Olivia Williams from Scriptfit, and Shakeena Melbourne, Principal Attorney of Upton Law, PLLC. 

For more information, or to register for the 2020 Clear Vision Conference visit https://tinyurl.com/2020ClearVision.

Shell Jones
Founder - PlayPlace Autism & Special Needs Ctr.

Shakeena Melbourne - Upton Law, PLLC
Olivia Williams - Scriptfit