Power Pump Girls in the Press


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225 Magazine - 2018 People to watch

From Lamar Advertising to the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, Dawud and Vallot host events for a variety of companies. And in 2017, they launched their passion project: a women’s empowerment organization called Power Pump Girls.

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ALT br - a forcible impact of good

Sherin and Raina are the dynamic duo behind Faith's 5th Events and the Power Pump Girls. Recently featured in 225 Magazine's 2018 People to Watch, the pair are leaving an impression on the Baton Rouge community. Self-proclaimed science nerds turned creative event planners, the two champion, equip and encourage women in the local area

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Be baton rouge - Mind your power

From power walking in killer heels as CEOs and event coordinators with Faith’s 5th Events, these are two millennials in Baton Rouge who not only believe in doing it, but also believe in doing it fabulously. They wanted to create an organization with a mission to encourage, elevate and empower women.We chat about their superpowers, cultivating community, and nurturing people to grow.

The daily reveille -University alumnae create women’s empowerment organization

Sometimes the smallest, most ordinary action can lead to the very burst of inspiration needed to create something extraordinary.That is what happened to University alumna Raina Vallot, when she published a Snapchat story of her pink heels with the caption, “Power Pump Girls” while at Izzo’s Illegal Burrito.  Little did she know a simple photo would lead to the creation of an organization that would change her life.