Roza Salbahe, Mother, emcee, dancer and community advocate is driven by a passion to nurture and empower youth and communities through Hip Hop culture. As a member of 206 Zulu and Zulu Union, Rosa has produced a number of events, community service projects, clothing and back-to-school drives, workshops and more. In a concerted effort, she was able to garner Hip Hop History Month and Hip Hop Appreciation Week proclamations from Cities of Tacoma, Lacey, Olympia, Seattle and most recently Washington State. Her contributions to the community were acknowledged in 2015 when she was presented with a 25360 Woman of the Year award. Rosa is a first generation Filipino-American, with roots in Reno, Nevada, Tacoma/Pacific Northwest and upstate South Carolina, where she currently resides with her family
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