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LisaRaye McCoy Joins the Fight to Prevent Teen Bullying with UHatin?

LisaRaye McCoy
LisaRaye McCoy

UHatin? University (UHU) announced that LisaRaye McCoy has signed on as UHU's official Celebrity Liaison. LisaRaye will also serve on the Campaign Advisory Board and play a major role in strategic partnerships moving forward.

Founded in 2008, UHatin? University's outreach programs focus on preventing abuse, bullying and violence in schools, sports and communities around the world starting in these United States.

"I do not want to just lend my name to this cause," says LisaRaye, "I want to roll up my sleeves and get involved with everything from corporate meetings, to going into the schools and working with kids." The Campaign's Chairman Lance Silver states: "Working with LisaRaye will quickly take UHU to the masses and allow for a full blown awareness campaign. Lisa is an over-achiever and that is what we need to get our Lift People Up mantra spread all over the world." Initially LisaRaye's objectives are to assist in:

- Determining which of the top three sportswear companies to execute a licensing agreement and become UHU's official Apparel Ambassador
- Establishing Corporate Ambassador's from the technology industry to amplify UHU's online awareness campaign
- Recruiting top business leaders, athletes, and celebrities for UHU's youth awareness initiatives

About Lisa Raye McCoy

... Lisa Raye McCoy is an achieved actress and fashion designer. She currently stars in the show "Single Ladies" on VH1 (a Queen Latifah Production) and has recently starred in her own top rated reality show on TV One, "Lisa Raye: The Real McCoy." She has been in dozens of movies and to many will always be remembered for her lead role as Diamond from Ice Cube's film The Players Club. She has been in music videos with Tupac Shakur, Master P, Jamie Foxx, Ludacris, Benzino to name a few. Visit her website

About UHatin? University

...Team UHU is a network of volunteer Ambassadors delivering a simple message with music and alternative role models. These programs cost nothing to the groups we serve. UHU's goal is to get everyone to make one decision in life: Lift people up whenever possible. UHU's Mission: Make it popular not to hate. For more information

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