The Journey of
Marcella Phillips Born a North Carolina native, currently resides in Norcross, Georgia
Recently received her proclamation naming Marcella Lady M Phillips Dayfrom the City of Atlanta
Her passion has always been to work with special needs kids and have for over 12 years
Starting at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Seeing these kids go through so much she wanted
To advocate for them and bring awareness to so many sicknesses and issues our youth are faced with daily.
She finds ways that the she can help make a difference in their lives, which inspired her to start her
Own 501c3 nonprofit Youth Foundation (International Talent Elite Enterprise) ITEE, geared
Towards youth interested in Performing Arts and Entertainment. Where we focus on and inspire them through their talents and creativity and the desire to be successful, Acknowledging and honoring their accomplishments at ITEE’s Annual Empowerment and Excellence Awards.
Also focus on Character Building, Exploring Talent, and Building Self Confidence. Provide Teen transitional Life Coaching
CEO/owner of Bar Talk ATL. She's demonstrated Countless Fundraisers for our Special Needs and Families in Need
She Host and Advocates various Annual Talent and Fashion Shows to raise donations for many of her Charities, Pediatric Cancer, Autism, Sickle Cell, Obesity, Teen Bully and Teen Suicide, Missing Children and more..
Host Annual Bowl for Soles Christmas Toy Drives, Back to School Drive, Partnering and Volunteering With other positive Organizations You will also find her at almost every Charity event held Throughout the city where she extends herself in the community to raise awareness and Supports so many causes and she enjoys doing so.
She has future plans to facilitate her Talent Booking Agency to support Future Stars and to start a Performing Arts School so that our youth can explore their dreams and talents.
She has worked with Kelvin (KChills) Harris and Terrence Smith with Feed the Homeless USA Organization,
Hosea Feed the Hungry with Mrs. Elisabeth Omilami and Mr. Afemo Omilami, The Hank Stewart Foundation, Annual Sickle Cell, Celebrity Bowl Athons, Kente Carpet Host/Volunteer with Dan Moore Sr. at the First Annual Apex Pyramid Awards for a fundraiser for The Historic Apex Museum.
2013 she received the I’m Everyone Award for Community Excellence from The Still Standing Foundation for Domestic Violence Survivors.
2014 She was nominated for Rice Awards for Community Excellence
2015 SOFAC Unsung Heroine Award presented by Judge Hatchett
2016 ATL’s Hottest Cares
2017 Educators Awards from Chill Zone Entertainment Media
2017 ATL Actors Award for rising Actress
Current Member of the Black Achievement Fund where she believes it's important to buy back our own communities and support us.