Runway Role Models
December 14, 2012
Hosted by Kassey Frazier
Runway Role Models
Friday at 2 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Kids Channel
“Runway Role Models” will demonstrate the importance of being a great role model in our society. In the media, you always hear how our kids’ so called role models are getting into all kinds of trouble, from drunk driving to abusing drugs, even stealing when they don’t have to. Our society is starving for great role models. Some may think that role models have to be in the entertainment or sports world, but in reality role models could be simple people with extraordinary vision for our world today and into our next generation. Kassey Frazier will introduce you to these incredible people who set a positive example and pave the way for our future generation. Stand up and cheer for this amazing show, appropriately called, “Runway Role Models.” Tune every Friday at 2 PM Pacific Time for “Runway Role Models” on Voice America Kids.
Kassey Frazier is 16 years old, and has been finding ways to educate others and bring awareness to the issue of the necessity of leaders and role models in today's society. One way she has found is to get out into the community and be seen and heard. She has been crowned twice once, as Miss preteen Arizona and Miss Jr. Teen Arizona. She has been in a published book entitled Shattering Barriers by Dolores Seright as an amazing girl with no boundaries. She has been the host of MyTeklife TV. She continually works at interviewing such people as, Craig Jackson, Holly Yates, Miss USA Arizona for Donald Trumps send off party ,Dario Franchitti, our former state treasurer Dean Martin, Jan Brewer and has even played Kinect with Danica Patrick. She has done modeling with Ranalli Models, which include Paris Paris and Bounty Hunter. Kassey loves volunteering as well and has helped organizations such as Make a wish, teens caring for a cause, American Cancer Society and Feed Hunger now just to name a few.