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QualityStocks News - One World Holdings (OWOO) has Leadership in the Right Places

QualityStocks would like to highlight One World Holdings (OTCQB: OWOO) subsidiary, The One World Doll Project, established in 2010 to make a significant positive cultural impact through the doll category, transcending global and ethnic borders to create positive self-image in young women and girl around the world. Led by worldwide famous doll designer Stacy McBride-Irby, The One World Doll Project team has more than 50 collective years in the doll and toy industry and is dedicated and armed with the experience to ensure that the dolls are of the highest quality and value.

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One World Holdings knows that its success both short and long term will come from a variety of difference sources – not the least of which will be the expertise that is derived from its management team. The company, known for transcending global and ethnic borders to create positive self-images in young women and girls around the world, is led by world famous doll designer, Ms. Stacy McBride-Irby and Ms. Joanne Melton, Chief Executive Officer.

Ms. Stacey McBride-Irby has been the Chief Product Development Officer and Director at One World Holdings, Inc. since July 2011. While serving as a Project Designer for Mattel, Inc., for 15 years, Ms. McBride-Irby created the So In Style™ line of African-American Barbies which were released in 2009. The So In Style™ Barbie collection is made up of dolls that come in a variety of skin hues with a fuller nose and lips, distinctive cheekbones and different texture and hair colors. In addition, she designed the sorority Barbie™, celebrating the centennial year of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first African-American Greek Sorority, founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908.

Ms. Corinda Joanne Melton has been the CEO of One World Holdings, Inc. for four years and served as its Principal Financial Officer. She is an entrepreneur with over two decades of management experience in the banking, product, and services industries. She has held management positions at various banks from the mid-seventies to the mid-eighties where she was responsible for hiring and training employees. From October 1988 to January 2002, she worked at Chase Bank where she started as a Commercial Loans Note Teller and was promoted to management within 4 months. During a successful career at Chase she excelled at automating manual processes and streamlining job functions resulting in fewer employees needed to perform a myriad of job functions. She was promoted to Division Manager of Commercial Loan Collateral Services, a Senior Management position. From 2006 to October 2010, Ms. Melton served as the President of Imagine International, Inc., a software development company she co-founded.

One World Holdings, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary, The One World Doll Project, Inc., designs, manufactures, and markets dolls. The company offers its dolls under the Prettie Girls! brand name. One World Holdings, Inc. is based in Houston, Texas.

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