Tiffany Antoci’s background is in the entertainment industry and she graduated with honors from UCLA with a degree in theater. She worked as an actress in Hollywood for many years on television shows and feature films. She also created and produced an independent film, The Brutal Truth, starring Christina Applegate, which aired on Showtime and HBO.
As an actress, Tiffany was invited to work with the kids at the Special Olympics which was of one of the highlights of her life, besides having a family. She is also a published poet and has written over 100 poems. She has also written and registered many television and film treatments.
Tiffany has volunteered for many causes, including children's missions and missions to feed the homeless. Currently, she works with a few schools integrating her kindness program called "Strength behind Stars", where kids are leading peers in creating kinder schools and communities. Her family and her charity work are the driving passions in her life.
Sarah Besikof has been an active member of charity organizations for many years. She has been actively involved with the Assistance League, Disability Rights Legal Center (where she helped to win a groundbreaking case in disability rights), Anti-Defamation League, National Organization of Women Entrepreneurs and is on the Shea Center Gala Committee. Sarah has founded two companies eCellularphone.com, which was one of the first online companies to be awarded contracts from ATT and Sprint and was the winner of the televised "MoneyHunt" funding competition.
Sarah is also a founder of Scorpion Safe Corporation, which has been featured on ABC news, NBC news, FOX morning news and the Arizona Daily Star. Sarah is also the member of MENSA and has a law degree from Loyola Law School where she was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award for excellence.
Alyssa and Brooke are two young girls with big hearts and no boundaries for compassion. Their idea for Just a Little Cloth came from a mutual love of dress up and helping others. From their many lemonade stands to raise money for Haitian children, to the constant raid of their own closets to donate clothes to the less fortunate, they both share the same compassion and dream to help other children. The girls envisioned being able to help other girls who are less fortunate with the gift of a beautiful fancy dress. A simple gift, yes, but the girls believe that when you feel beautiful you can reach for the stars and accomplish your dreams. The girls envisioned bringing joy to many deserving under-privileged girls through the gift of beautiful, new dresses. Thus, with the guidance and support of their proud mothers, the non-profit charity, Just a Little Cloth, was born.