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Emerson Theater Collaborative
Aziza Clayton, (Fishman) is married to her husband of 14-years, Quincy Clayton, and is a loving mother to their three-year-old daughter, Quincie-Jade Clayton.
Aziza is a dedicated actor with Emerson Theater Collaborative and an actor and vocalist with D! Williams & the Gospel Family.
Growing up in a large family of six children, Aziza
loved to sing into a hairbrush in front of her
mirror to entertain herself.
At the young age of seven she
put on "concerts" for her
family and friends.
At 12 she
began teaching her
two younger brothers and sister various songs.
They took pride in performing their songs, dance routines and skits for the family's enjoyment.
Aziza's mother always told her
"quite a character".
Since then, she
has sung in many groups and performed in numerous productions.
Aziza's warm, compassionate nature shines through in business, in ministry and on stage!
Aziza is the president of ZoëVillage, a consulting firm specializing in Social Transformation and Resource Development.
After a 12-year career in the Banking industry, Aziza's passion for people motivated her
to use her
financial expertise to empower people and restore communities.
recognized that healthy individuals make healthy families; and healthy families produce healthy communities.
Visit www.ZoeVillage.com for more information.
- "Championing Healthy, Whole, Vibrant Communities"
Aziza Clayton ...
Aziza Clayton (Chorus).
Ms. Clayton has had a love of music since childhood and has sung in many groups and performed in numerous productions with local churches.
Some of her theatrical experience includes parts in the plays, "He is Risen," and "Born Again Christmas Play" in 2009 and 2008.
She has sung on the CD "Altar of Heaven" by Aracelis Vazquez, with the worship team, Women of Destiny, with In the Spirit Ministries, and with the United Ensemble Choir at Johnson & Wales University.
Ms. Clayton is an entrepreneur and owner of ZoëVillage, a consulting firm specializing in resource development for non-profit organizations.