THE LITTY COMMITTEE

A group of individuals committed to encouraging those living with vitiligo to just that…live. We achieve this by promoting wellness, healthy practices and sharing the stories of people, not just their vitiligo. We provide a nucleus of resources and commodities to support and unite our community. We are affiliated with a number of companies and organizations dedicated to human service and community improvement.


Sharon K.

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Executive Director

"I'm an advocate of human rights, personal expression and a lover of beautiful things. My many hats include public speaking, basketball officiating and coaching, being a mom, a former private chef and small business owner. I was diagnosed with vitiligo at age 12. I had my struggles but I didn't let them overcome me. I decided to live rather than exist because I knew I was meant for more. I founded Litty Ligo to connect with those on their respective journeys and our loved ones who seek to understand."

Executive management

Sidney H.

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Executive Content Manager


 "I am a 44 yr old married, father of 3.  I am also  a U.S. Navy Veteran. I have had Vitiligo for 18 years. A love for two things has awakened in me. My Vitiligo community and the written word. My goal is to support and encourage with my writing. My belief is that while our skin may be different, we are much more than our Vitiligo. My overall message is self love and self acceptance."  

Archie B.

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Executive Advisor


"I’m a spunky mother of two dynamic daughters, a yogini, a creativity consultant for Archie B. Consultants, and a published author. As a creative, experiencing self-awareness through collaboration and observations, my goal is for all living with vitiligo or just simply enduring life obstacles to share, evolve, and become aware together. During my many phases, I have learned to love and accept my ambiance. I am a lovely mix between a thrift store, sparkled bows, head wraps, green Chuck Taylors, with a splash of boldness!"

Leadership team

Demontre G.

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Lead Community Awareness Advocate 

Houston, TX

 "I am a model, fashion designer and motivational speaker. I believe in self- love and high confidence. Love yourself or no one will! I’m the father of 1 and I take much pride in being a father and being in my son's life. I’ve had vitiligo since the age of 15. I’ve always been high in confidence and self love that also came with the help of great friends and a great family support system."


Visit Demontre's clothing site!

www.3thirty1global.com 

"The line was started to give everyone of every size and race the feeling of urban, high-end apparel."


Deairrah R.

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Lead Community Awareness Advocate

Lafayette, LA

“I reside in Alexandria, Louisiana. I’ve had vitiligo since I was 9 years old. It was more aggressive in my younger years. I didn’t understand what was happening nor did I understand why and it took a toll on me. I’ve always loved myself no matter what but I found myself hiding. Fortunately, I have a loving family and the best of friends. Their love and encouragement motivated me create the Mask Off Awareness Runway Show. Because of them, my mask is OFF.”

Krystal P.

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 Lead Community Awareness Advocate

London, UK

  “I noticed a white patch in my scalp behind my left ear when i was around 18 years old. I was referred me to see a dermatologist and my diagnosis was confirmed. I became very good at covering my vitiligo patches and I would not go out without any makeup on.

When I was pregnant with my daughter at 28 years old, during an appointment with my midwife, I selected no on a form to have an autoimmune disorder and she asked me if I had vitiligo. She explained the connection.

I want kids and adults to to know what vitiligo is when they see it so that they do not make people with vitiligo feel bad. I also want to push the fact that if you have vitiligo you don't have to camouflage or look for treatments but to self love and to build confidence. I want the health care services to think about the fact that maybe someone with vitiligo might have self esteem issues or mental health and to address this also.”

LaTonia T.

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Lead Community Awareness Advocate

Jackson, MS

"I’m an outgoing mother with two beautiful kids. I grew up and currently reside in Florence, Ms. I’m a U.S. Air Force veteran. I was diagnosed with vitiligo at the age of 18. It was very challenging to deal with at first but I have grown to love me! By doing so, I have been able to open up, share my story and help spread vitiligo awareness. I have vitiligo. Vitiligo doesn’t have me. In my spare time, I like traveling, reading, and spending time with my family."

Domestic Community Advocates

Lenijah F.

Youth Community Awareness Advocate

Boston, MA


LaKeisha W.

Community Awareness Advocate

Boston, MA


Alexis G.

Community Awareness Advocate

Boston, MA


Dede A.

Community Awareness Advocate

Fort Worth, TX


Aurelia Hinojosa

Community Awareness Advocate

Denver, CO


Wilna Octelus

Community Awareness Advocate

Orlando, FL


Global Community Advocates

Isaac F.

Youth Community Awareness Advocate 

London, UK


Angela S.

Community Awareness Advocate 

London, UK


Kirpal B.

Community Awareness Advocate 

London, UK


 Trina M.

Community Awareness Advocate

Vancouver, Canada


Administration

Keriesha A.

Logistics Management


Kiet B.T.

Logistics Management


Aminah M.

Senior Social Media Management Intern

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P.O Box 670, Boston, MA 02126