Sandy Jean Philippe, a powerful force behind the CURVY movement

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Sandy Jean Philippe
Model | Actress | Producer | Philanthropist

I am here to prove everyone wrong and show the world that plus size women are here to stay! Like other women, we can be confident, beautiful, and fashionable. I know that I embody all the qualities (and more) to be successful in this industry!” ~Sandy

While most people see a vision and just talk about it, Sandy Jean-Philippe happens to be one of the few that actually works hard to breathe existence to it! And it's because of women like her, that doors open up for others. She is paving a way & creating opportunities for those often ignored and forgotten...the plus-size women.

Sandy left her family and friends in Miami, FL and headed straight to Los Angeles, California in pursuit of a Modeling /Acting Career. Because of her roots, stemming from the Haitian Culture, this vivacious curvy diva is strong, hard working, and eager to learn. A graduate of Florida A&M University, Ms. Sandy held various leadership positions while on campus and graduated with her Masters.

Born out of the principle that she must “be the change” that she wants to see in the world, she started her own company called One Chance Entertainment! OCE was created to give talented (but overlooked) minorities & full-figured women the opportunity to be part of the music, film, television, and fashion industries. They specialize in talent management, fashion showcases, pageants, TV/Film, and special events.

Sandy is no stranger to the Hollywood scene. She’s been featured on Discovery Health Channel’s “I Didn’t Know I was Pregnant”; BET's “Take the Cake”; feature film “Trapped: Haitian Nights”; STYLE Network; and BET's "Born to Dance". Recently, she graced E! Network's "Bank of Hollywood" – where she made her mark, impressing the judges with her style, dance moves, and sassy attitude; she was coined a Plus Size Mogul that night!

Sandy is currently recognized for her production: Evolution of Curves, a high fashion, plus size fashion show tour that graces several cities in the USA (annually) & continues to grow rapidly. EOC is the first curvy fashion show tour ever sponsored by Apple Bottom Clothing Line. She developed this tour with the desire to empower women with curves and show them in a positive light. And because of her kind heart, she decided to donate proceeds of the tour to her charity of choice, The Haiti Cheri Foundation (a non-profit charity organization). Her passion for fashion and passion to make a difference in people's lives earned her the noble title of a "Philanthropist!"

With the huge impact she is making in the curvy community and lives she's touching, there is no doubt in my mind that this Haitian beauty is destined for nothing but GREATNESS!

"62% of the US population is a size 14; with those known facts, the plus size community deserves to be represented with style and finesse." ~Sandy Jean Philippe

Let's all show Sandy that we appreciate her
for her efforts and for being a huge force behind this powerful, life-changing movement by voting for her. Click on the links below to cast your votes. (You can vote for ALL 3 categories as she worthy of all 3.)

Plus size blog 100 Percent Peopleare proud to announce the nominees in their 2011 Plus Size Awards. Celebrating everything plus size, the 2011 Plus Size Awards has 18 categories for you to vote on between now and the end of the year, giving you a chance to award those who you feel have made a difference within the plus size community.

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