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Ambassadors Inaugural Ball Thank You

Dr. Robert ShumakeA special thanks to Dr. Robert Shumake for his hospitality and all that he does for peace and unity around the world.  His powerful words and challenging question  “What thumbprint will you leave on this planet?” was motivating and very inspirational.


UHatin?® University was honored to perform “Change This World Together” at the Ambassadors Inaugural Ball a tribute to President Barack Obama.

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(From left to right) Eduardo Acosta, Clifton Diggs, Quante “Mr. R&B” Eggleston, Chairman Lance Silver, DuRanD Howard, Co Founder Brian Afanador and Kasey Blalock (kneeling)

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UHU Chairman Lance Silver with special guest and youngest performer Iviona Hatch.

Thank you to the entire 2103 Ambassadors Ball Team:  Tyrone, Jason, Vince and Char and CJ! What an amazing evening.

More pictures and video to follow…

Ambassador Feature: Nachanza

Nachanza has jumped into this campaign and has never slowed down.  She visits schools, youth groups and adult gatherings spreading her story and the campaign’s positive message.  She volunteers on a daily basis and is a tremendous asset to the University.   “We are fortunate to have this beautiful lady and her entire family involved” says Dean Lovin “she is changing lives everywhere she goes.”

NachanzaWhere are you from? I am from Laurel, MD and I am 36

What is your profession? Recreational Assistant at the Hunter Army base in Savannah.

How did you first hear about UHatin?® University (UHU)? I learned about it through Quante’ Mr. R&B and I was moved to making a stand and getting more involved.

When did you get involved? I got involved in 2011

How do you represent UHU? I represent UHU by spreading the word and wisdom of why we should make it Popular Not To Hate and to encourage any and everyone that you can be and do better, never give up even when it seems hard, Success is the key in life.

What do you like most about the uLovin® Campaign and UHU?  I love the fact that anyone can be a part of it, and anything positive is always a great thing to be involved with, we can reach all walks of life in this organization.

What do you think about the song “Change This World Together” initiative? The song Change This World TogetUHU Team at workher is definitely a winner in my book, getting this song out encourages hope and reassures people that with each other we can make a change, it needs to implemented everywhere, everyday, in every way!

Contact Info: NaChanza A. Roberts





“Change This World Together” at the 2013 Ambassadors Inaugural Ball

UHatin?® University will perform it’s theme song “Change This World Together” at the 2013 Ambassador’s Inaugural Ball on January 21, 2013 to honor President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.  The United States National Anthem will open the event in front of Ambassadors and Heads of State from 200 countries around the world.  Followed by some incredible talent including DJ Biz Markie, DJ Anane’ Vega, African Artist Lira, Mi Casa.

CTWT Promo Ball4Quante “Mr. R&B” will be joined by Sir Wine and DuRanD on stage along with a group of talented youngsters.  They will engage the crowd to sing the chorus of what is sure to become become a New World Anthem.

“It’s an honor and privilege to share this song and our positive message to leaders from around the world.” says UHatin?® University Chairman Lance Silver.

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The 2013 Ambassadors Inaugural Ball: Promoting International Peace, Unity & Diplomacy will include a stirring tribute, honoring President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama by heads of state, ambassadors, dignitaries, consuls general, and key embassy officials. The tribute will also feature UHatin?® Univeristy’s uLovin® Campaign’s modern day version of “We Are The World” entitled “Change This World Together” led by the R&B sensation Quante Eggleston. This bullyless campaign to lift people up has been embraced by schools and youth programs throughout the United States. “