Our team at Tittle & Perlmuter is excited to offer our Young Leaders Nomination! Through this nomination we ask people in the community to nominate a teen who has exhibited strong leadership skills in our community.
If you would like to nominate a young leader who has positively impacted the lives of others in the community, please keep an eye out for our 2021 nomination here.
We would like to congratulate Dianna Walker & Keymanie West, the winners of the 2020 Tittle & Perlmuter Young Leaders Nomination!
Dianna L. Walker enjoys being artistic. She frequently shares her heart on canvas, through sketches and mixed media pieces such as photography. Recently, Dianna and her siblings joined in writing a children’s affirmation book series titled ‘The Real Me’, in order to step out and help continually support the community.
Much like her baking business, Layers On Layers’, she also helps the community through Community Sweets Share (CSS), her very own community outreach program. Through CSS, treats are given to the community to bring sweet smiles during such dark times! She recently researched, wrote, and submitted her first grant and has been awarded funding to do this great work.
Dianna is a Jr. Farmer that has lent her voice and likeness to a recent PSA bringing awareness to help spread awareness of the importance of wearing a mask. She has also participated and medaled in an Annual Black History Speech Competition both held by Hasani Management.
This past summer, she was accepted to the University Hospitals Health Scholars 2020 Program after writing extensive application essays with multiple reference letters. She is currently a 13-year-old freshman at Lutheran West High School and a sibling of 8 children. These recent accomplishments and her daily life continue to show her legacy of family love, great sweets, and divine art.
Check out Dianna’s reaction to being named our 2020 Young Leader Winner!
Keymanie West is a 16 year old born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. She is a recent high school graduate finishing as a certified phlebotomist, and plans on returning to school in March to become a certified manicurist.
Here is what Keymanie had to say about being a 2020 Young Leader Winner:
“Upon hearing that I won the contest I was completely in shock, especially since I didn’t know that I had been nominated. I’m just happy my name is getting out into the world. I would like to thank everyone for this opportunity.”