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After a successful audition, I was invited by the National Director, to go to the 2016 November Convention EXPO.  EXPO DATES ARE:  November 16 THROUGH November 20, 2016
Is an educational and career-building event like none other for people interested in the modeling and performing arts fields. the Expo is designed to allow aspiring models, actors, singers and dancers to showcase their abilities in front of some of the world’s most prominent agents, managers, casting directors, recording labels and clients.

The Expo features workshops and seminars by industry professionals where one can learn about all aspects of the industry, such as: runway techniques, acting techniques, dance, audition styles, photography. film work, hair and makeup artistry, styling, and internships. During the four days of auditions, seminars and workshops, participants will gain insight into how they will best fit into these exciting fields.

I am need of sponsorship.  This would help me to raise the funds I need to get me to Dallas, Tx and for my registration . I need your help in order to reach my goal. You can help by sharing my fundraiser on social media, email, or via text with anybody you think may be willing to help.  Thanks so much for your support.

Malachi Aaron Townsley

Malachi's short term goals are:
1. To complete high school at Northwest School of the Arts in Charlotte, NC! After a successful audition and a powerful interview with the principal, Malachi is on his way to his dream school!
2. Malachi would like to go to the national naacp act-so competition which is in Las Vegas, NV this year! Malachi is a 2013 silver medal winner in the categories: Oratory and Drama. He also won the bronze medal in the Oratory category in 2014.
3. Also Malachi was elected to represent the Jamaica Branch NAACP Youth and College Division as a delegate again this year. Tthis years NAACP convention is in Las Vegas, NV.
4. Last but not least, Malachi would like to join the actors union (sag)! At 14 years old, Malachi is an aspiring actor and has already begun to build a legacy! He started acting at the age of 2 and was introduced to public speaking at the of 9. His gift and stage presents has won him several awards. Malachi speaks Mandarin Chinese!

Would you please sponsor Malachi with a gift of love! No gift is too small! A love donation of $1, $5, $20, $50 or more really adds up and can help to acquire his dreams! If you sow a seed into this young man's future today, and then share this link for Malachi, you can help to be apart of a dream come true! So please support Malachi's future, today!

Malachi Aaron Townsley born on August 19, 1999 to Rev., Dr. Robert and Cassandra Townsley in Brooklyn, NY. Malachi is the youngest of 13 siblings (6 brothers and 6 sisters).

Malachi Aaron Townsley is a freshman at The Brooklyn High School of the Arts. His major is Theater Arts/Drama. In addition to his regular academic studies, Malachi has also taken Theatrical Dance (6th & 7th grades), & Chinese-Mandarin (6th, 7th & 9th grades). One of Malachi’s accomplishments is making the Chinese Honor Roll (6th grade). Malachi has already successfully passed two of his Regents Exams (Intergraded Algebra & Living Environment in the 7th grade). Malachi is a natural in the Performing Arts industry. He comes from a family with history in Theatre, The Arts, Vocals, Dance & Instrumental.

Malachi’s passion is to pursue his dream as an actor. Malachi has been acting since he was 2 y/o. Malachi has been in several school plays and has had the opportunity to perform in a few local plays at the Paul Robeson Theater in May 2010, Vereen’s Academy of Music & Art (VAMA) for Black History Month, Spring & Holiday Cantata (2003-Present) and at The Von King Recreational Theatre, August, 2012 and 2013. And, to add to his list of credits, Malachi has joined The Brooklyn Children’s Theater. He has been casted in Hair Spray as Stooie and the News Caster.

Malachi became a Webloes for The Boy Scouts of America (Pack 235) in 2010. Malachi is also a Junior Life Member of the Brooklyn Branch NAACP, and an active member of the Jamaica Branch.

Malachi is the Co Founder/Jr President of a public speaking workshop for youth. Townsley’s Oratory Group-Voices (TogVoy) was founded in March, 2009. Malachi was introduced to public speaking at the age of 9. The first speech Malachi was given to learn, memorize and recite was a speech delivered by Pres. Barack Obama, when he was senator, at the MLK national memorial ground breaking which was delivered November 13th, 2006. Since then, Malachi has memorized & recited several other speeches, and addressed many audiences.

In 2010 and 2011, Malachi’s entered the 26th & 27th Annual MLK Essay, Poetry & Art Contest. Malachi’s essays won 1st Place both years. For the 2010 contest, the topic Malachi chose was ‘Describe how Dr. Martin Luther King would advise us to deal with “bullying” at school.’ Malachi chose this topic because, as a student, who has been the victim of “bullying”, violence and harassment in school (since the second grade) this was quite personal to him. As an orator, Malachi would like to become an ambassador for Anti-Bullying and Respect for All Week. Malachi says, “I would love to go around and visit schools and talk to the youth! I would love to start my own ‘Anti Bullying’ campaign. I want the youth to represent one another.”

As a 2012 alumni of the People to People Ambassadors Program, Malachi toured England, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany and The Netherlands as a student ambassador representing the USA. Malachi also represented the NAACP Jamaica Branch Youth & College division as a Delegate at their 2014 Annual National Convention in Los Vegas. Nv.

On January 12, 2014, Malachi Aaron Townsley was honorably asked to be the Master of Ceremony for the Inaugural Swearing-In Ceremony for Honorable Laurie Angela Cumbo, Councilwoman for the 35th Council District in Brooklyn, NY. (Possibly making history as the youngest Master of Ceremony for an Inaugural Ceremony.)

In addition to the many awards, citations and recognitions, Malachi is also the recipient of the 2013 Harambee Award presented by the National Council of Negro Women, Inc-Brooklyn Chapter. Malachi is also the Silver medal winner for the 2013 NAACP Act-So Competition (Local) for the Oratorical and Drama Categories.

And last, but not least, Malachi Aaron Townsley loves acting, debating, playing chess with his DSI, going to the pool, making friends and having fun.


SummahLuv Townsley
Charlotte, NC

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