|Copyright © 2005 The HUSH Foundation®. All Rights Reserved.
A word from our Executive
Welcome to our website!
Youth mean the world to us. Especially those who are at-risk.
That's why The HUSH Foundation is committed to working to
better the lives of youth by supporting and helping them grow to
their full potential. But our support does not stop there...We love
seniors too and hence assist the Elderly, providing them with a
strong and comforting support system.
If you want to make a difference in a youth's life or Elderly
person's life, simply support our programs. All donations (funds, in-
kind, and sponsorship) are tax-deductible .
We graciously thank you for your support of our efforts.
The HUSH Foundation
|Our Goals: Provide a solid, nurturing foundation, develop
inner talents, inspire, train and mentor youth.
|The Outcome of youth participation in our programs:
Confidence, High Achievement, Productive Citizens
|Our Mission Statement: To inspire youth and be inspired by
|Our Executive Director: Brandi Taylor
| Brandi Taylor was born and raised in Southern California, and began
dancing when she was 3 years old. She is very versatile in many styles
of dance: Hip Hop, Jazz, Lyrical, Modern, Tap, African and Ballet. She
was cheer and songleader captain at her high school, and was given the
opportunity to choreograph many dances for her team. Brandi trained
at Paul Kennedy Dance Studio, El Camino College, and with teachers
Brandi was previously the dance captain and company member of
KPA Fusion Dance Repertoire for 4 years. She is currently a member of
2wisted Elegance L.A Dance Company and a GROOV3 Instructor;
where she currently teaches in Torrance and Orange County.
Brandi's professional experience includes dancing background for
various artists, videos, and showing her creative side by artistically
assisting and directing shows .This year she was selected by Disney's
Choreographer, Katisha Adams to assist as choreographer for the
“Divas of Compton’ and featured on the hit Lifetime television show,
While she continues to let her dancing abilities flourish, Brandi is a
role model to the youth she works with here at The HUSH Foundation,
where she is the Executive Director. Her goal is to break the stereotype
view of how dancers should look.…"We all come in many shapes and
sizes, but we all love to do one thing...and that's DANCE!!!" Brandi’s
philosophy inspires our youth to have confidence in themselves, pursue
their dreams against all odds, and know that success is based upon an
artist’s ability to connect with their audience, and not based on their