NEW YORK, (August 28, 2020) – Shelley Tanner, SanovaWorks CEO/President
Artist Deja Brown and Skin of Color Update 2020 Virtual
The Skin of Color Update 2020 Virtual Meeting is fortunate to pair with Brooklyn artist Deja Brown (dejadoodles.com) to design a wonderful t-shirt to commemorate this year’s SOCU 2020 Virtual. For the first time we are planning and hosting a virtual meeting due to the ongoing global pandemic. We take the health of our presenters, clients, vendors, staff and support staff seriously and have opted to hold this meeting virtually and offer the content through the rest of the year.
Deja Brown provided the following artist’s statement about the piece.
“I really wanted to find a way to connect to people of color while creating a piece of art that everyone could connect to as well. As a woman of color, I always try to find ways to connect and bridge with others through my art. Hair and skin is something that I always connected to, so I was thrilled to get to share my passion with others!”
Skin of Color Update 2020 Virtual
The mission of Skin of Color Update (https://skinofcolorupdate.com/) is to provide trending, evidence-based research and new practical pearls for treating Fitzpatrick skin types III-VI, is now more important than ever. To continue our mission and support the skin of color community, we have partnered with Comprehensive Medical Mentoring Program (https://www.cmmpmed.org/), a non for profit organization dedicated to matriculating minorities into medicine.
Buy a t-shirt to donate money to CMMP
All profits are being donated to Comprehensive Medical Mentoring Program (CMMPMed.org). CMMP was created to provide minority students with experiences that foster successful matriculation into health-professional schools – through a pipeline of mentorship from minority health-professional students, residents in training, attending physicians, and an array of other healthcare professionals.
To purchase your shirt and donate to CMMP visit