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Candy Molia and Cindy Foley created Child of this Culture L.L.C., a for-profit with a nonprofit community-based organization called Child of this Culture Foundation. They have over 16 years of experience working as community leaders and mentors of this generations’ Hip Hop culture. Candy Molia has been dancing since she was 5 years old. Since the late 90’s Bgirl Candy broke gender boundaries as one of the few competitive female breakers and currently represents the all-female Hip Hop group, the Heartbreakerz Crew with over 22 female artists and competitors with global presence in 5 separate continents. In 2013, Candy was recognized with the International ProAM Contribution Award in Miami Florida for her commitment and dedication to the Hip Hop community. Candy Molia is a graduate of Florida Metropolitan University with 8 years working as a Massage Therapist. Along with her twin sister, Cindy Foley has been dancing since she was a young girl. She co-created the FloorAngelz crew in 1998 who inspired many bboys and bgirls in the Florida region. Cindy Foley graduated from the University of Central Florida and is an USAF veteran officer with over 1500 flying hours and 350 combat flying hours in OIF and OEF conflicts. After becoming mothers, Candy and Cindy were compelled to instill the positive values they gained as bgirls within the Hip Hop culture to our youngest citizens. In 2011, they created Child of this Culture workshops specifically tailored for children to learn the Hip Hop elements. COTC are mobile organizations based out of Orlando, FL with programming throughout Florida, North Carolina and Oklahoma. The COTC Foundation Board of Directors is a diverse group of professionals and artists.

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