It was all about "Girl Power" at the 14th Annual Davis Broadcasting Women's Empowerment Luncheon Friday.
Actress and activist Vivica A. Fox, star of movies like Independence Day, Soul Food and Set it Off was the keynote speaker.
More than 12 hundred people attended the sold out event at the Columbus Trade Center.
After the program News Leader Nine talked with Fox about her successful career.
She says "versatility" has been the key.
"I've learned to produce, I've learned to act, I've learned to do comedy...I've learned to host... so for me versatility has been the key to my longevity and I've been blessed to work with some amazing people and I’m very grateful and the love that I got her today from Columbus is why you saw the tears, says Fox."
And Fox wants that "Girl Power" to continue all the way to the white house she says she is actively campaigning for Hillary Clinton for president.
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