BLACK GIRLS ROCK

Multi-Award-Winning Playwright

Vickie L. Evans Is The Metrolina Theatre Association's 2023 Theatre Person Of The Year.  Her Nonprofit, Performing Arts And Literary Society (PALS) Produces Impactive Theater Productions That Promote Healing, Restoration, And Healthy Self-Esteem .  Vickie Has Toured Thoughout The United States (Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, Tennessee, Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, And North Carolina) To Sold-Out Audiences.

BEST-SELLING AUTHOR

National Bestsellng Author  Of 4 Books (Please Visit Book Page) To Include The Self-Motivating Memoir, "Know Your Worth (Overcoming The Dragon Of Low Self-Esteem).  She Uses Her Books As Public Speaking Tools.  She Has Been The Keynote Speaker For Several Conferences And Workshops To Include "Black Girls Rock".

TRAILBLAZER

Vickie Is The Founder Of The Independent Theater Company, Soaring High Productions, CEO, Of The Nonprofit Arts Advocacy Organization, Performing Arts And Literary Society.  Founder Of The African American Playwrights Group, And The Co-Founder/Producer Of The BIPOC Playwrights Festival.  She Was Nominated For 4 ACHI Magazine Awards:  1) Excellence In Film & Stage; 2) Woman Of Influence, 3) Woman Of Achievement; 4) Woman Of Inspiration

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Vickie Is An Inductee In "Who's Who In Black Charlotte".  She Is A Two-Term Board Member Of The North Carolina  Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCCADV) And Relentlessly Advocates To Diminish Domestic Violence In Our Communities.  Vickie Was The Recipient Of  Clinton College's  2020 Community Leader Of The Year.  Vickie Has 41 Years Of Ministerial Service And Has Served In Various Positions In Congregations  In The United States And Germany..