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July 24, 2015

Quayle Appeared at The 24th Annual International Student Leadership Conference On Tuesday 



NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 23, 2015)—Country music recording artist, 


 Stephanie Quayle (Rebel Engine Entertainment) participated in the 
Operation Smile 24th Annual International Student Leadership Conference(ISLC) held this week at Chapman University (Orange County, CA) on Tuesday, July 21, 2015.


Stephanie shared her inspiring words of encouragement before more than 500 students in attendance from various countries around the world (27 countries--including Vietnam, Egypt, Jordan, Bolivia and Sweden to name a few); the singer/songwriter followed with an intimate performance of originals including her new single, “That’s What I’m Talking About,” which is enjoying radio airplay across the country now.


Operation Smile hosts its annual International Student Leadership Conference at a different university


or college, in various locations around the world, each year. The international medical charity is dedicated to helping improve the health and lives of children and has provided more than 220,000 free surgical procedures for children and young adults born with cleft lip, cleft palate or other facial deformities. Operation Smile trains doctors and local medical professionals in its partner countries and donates medical equipment, supplies and provides year-round medical treatment through its worldwide centers.


The 2015 five-day conference agenda boasted teambuilding activities, field games and service projects. Other motivational speakers and volunteers who participated alongside Ms. Quayle at Tuesday’s conference included Lizzie Velasquez (from the film “A Brave Heart”), the Kin Cayo Band and executives from I Am That Girl and the Roc Solid Foundations.



This is the second welcome invitation to appear at this moving event.  As an active participant in the 7th Annual Dancing With The Carolina Stars (Greensboro, NC), Stephanie helped to raise more than $42,000 for the benefit of the Operation Smile Carolinas Chapter; she was presented with the “Smile Award.”


For more information on the 24th Annual International Student Leadership Conference, visit


For more information on Stephanie Quayle, visit



 Photo 1 (left to right):
Stephanie Quayle / Operation Smile CEO & Co-Founder, Dr. Bill Magee
Photo Credit:  Jennifer Krzewinski, Assoc. VP of Student Programs

Photo 2 (left to right):
Stephanie Quayle / Operation Smile President & Co-Founder, Kathy Magee
Photo Credit:  Jennifer Krzewinski, Assoc. VP of Student Programs


Photo 3 (Stephanie Quayle / Operation Smile Attendees Group Shot):
Photo Credit: Justin Weiler, Founder of Campfire Creative




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