SPEAKERS & INSTRUCTORS
A California native with over 20 years in the entertainment industry, Cristina Davis has become an esteemed entertainment industry veteran. Her background includes coaching, casting, producing both entertainment industry events and film. Diversified in her endeavors, Cristina has also managed talent ranging from music artists, songwriters, and actors. Her experience working with talent and leaders positioned her to assist them not only in their career but in personal development.
Her track record showcases an unbridled passion for crafting productions and propelling people to their greater potential. She is the President & CEO of Ambassador Entertainment Group and founder of Creative Impact Wellness Symposium.
After serving as a director of Arts in Therapy and now as a makeup artist she has seen the impact that life's struggles can have on a person's self-esteem, which affects inner beauty. Christelsie partnered with organizations to offer inner beauty services for many years in Florida.
She is happy to now offer those services in Atlanta and beyond, through her new company, My T.R.U.E. Beauty LLC, which serves to Transform, Restore, Unify, and Elevate women through the offering of inner and outer beauty services!
Marlita Hill is a choreographer, author, and educator. A practicing artist serving artists, she explores the relationship between faith and the art career through her program, Kingdom Artist Initiative (KAI), podcast, The Kingdom Art Life, workshops, and instructional partnerships with colleges, churches and artist communities. Her work as a mentor and educator spans 20 years, which she has spent speaking, leading workshops, and mentoring artists internationally. She has authored three books on faith and art.
Holding a BFA in Dance Performance and Education from Towson University (MD), Hill is also the Artistic Director/Choreographer for Speak Hill Dance Project, through which she showcases her own work and provides master classes, guest choreography, and residencies. Hill co-founded the dance department at the Ramon C. Cortines School for the Visual and Performing Arts, in downtown Los Angeles, where she taught for seven years