Queen Legacy Inc.

Empowering Women to Identify the Queen Within

Who We Are

Queen Legacy Inc. was founded by Shvonda Allen, Daynese Stowe and Torrie Nicole with a common goal to empower women from diverse cultural backgrounds in identifying the queen within.

Originally colleagues on the runway, these ladies formed a bond that blossomed into a friendship, later forming a partnership. Their entrepreneurial spirits and their experience in acting, modeling and singing combined with their love for God and family, led the three to create Queen Legacy Inc. (QL). QL is a nonprofit umbrella comprising three companies: Queen Camp: an empowerment & developmental program for young girls; Towers Of Beauty: a hosting and event planning consultancy; and QL Clothing Line.

Queen Legacy Inc. is committed to living their core values every day:

 Family - family first

Integrity - honesty and accountability

Empowerment - uplifting each other
Compassion - compassion for community

Shvonda Hadley

Shvonda Allen resides in New Jersery with her 3 children. Shvonda is currently employed as Nurse Care Manager for the Developmentally Disabled population with UnitedHealthCare. Her nursing experience includes, but is not limited to: Pediatric Nursing for at-risk infants and toddlers and Drug and Rehabilitation Nursing for teens and adolescents.
Shvonda volunteered and was employed by Glory Tabernacle as a Summer Youth Worker for several years. Shvonda attended Delaware State University on a full basketball scholarship. She started her modeling career in college as a hobby, that quickly turned into a passion. She has been modeling freelance for over 15 years. Shvonda states, "I feel most at home when I'm blazing the runway!" Her signature strut earned her notoriety and she was chosen as a lead model for Premier Productions of Philadelphia. She has been seen on the runway for FFFWeek NY, SJ Fashion Week and Philadelphia Fashion Week! In 2010 Shvonda was bitten by the "Acting Bug" and had a starring role in the hit emotional drama "When it Rains", the stage play. She has since had roles in a T.V. commercial for Bayada Nurses and several cameos in music videos for Sarah Kane and Torrie Nicole. In 2014 Shvonda became the face of Afta Afexx cosmetics and was signed by Poise Modeling agency. However, her true love is writing. Shvonda penned a romance novel under her maiden name Hadley titled "Let's Dance". This novel was published by Dorrance Publishing in conjunction with RoseDog Books, in December 2009. "Let's Dance" has since been transcribed into screenplay format and is set to start filming late fall. She also penned a sequel to the novel titled "The Muse" which will be available for purchase by Christmas. Shvonda's "I'm so Royal" attitude is reflected in her everyday life. She states, "Why should I try to fit in when I was clearly meant to stand out?"

Daynese Stowe

Daynese Stowe born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. She attended Robert E. Lamberton H.S. where she played basketball, volleyball, and softball and was named Best all-around female athlete. Her travels with the Philadelphia Belles, a traveling AAU basketball program, allowed her to be scouted and recruited by top college basketball programs. She later received a full basketball scholarship to Florida Community College at Jacksonville where she studied Physical Education. Daynese went on to receive another full basketball scholarship to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore where she studied Exercise Science.

In her professional life, Daynese has worked in Human Services for 10 years assisting adults and children with their specific needs. She has worked with adults in transitioning programs and adults with mental health. With children, she has work as an assistant teacher in daycare settings, support staff with the autistic population as well as with at risk youth. Keeping in line with her service to the community Daynese went on to become a nationally certified Emergency Medical Technician.

In her spare time Daynese has done runway modeling as a plus size model and is a hostess for organizations that host upscale events such as the NAACP and Stomp and Clay Productions. Being the social butterfly she is, she was able implement a segment titled "Tall In The Town" on "In the Midst with Vernetta Dorazio", a daytime radio/TV show that highlighted entertainment and local news. As a former athlete who has been exposed to various positive experiences, Daynese is also a motivational speaker for young female athletes and had the pleasure of speaking before a graduating Middle School class.

Daynese credits her accomplishments and personal achievements to having a tremendous support system in her family; especially her mother and father LeAnne and Jeffrey Stowe.

Torrie Nicole

Torrie Nicole, a 6-ft beauty, holds the titles of Recording Artist, Songwriter, Actress, TV Host, Model, Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker and Business Owner.

A veteran on the runway, she has been modeling since she was a teen doing print ads, boutique and runway shows. Torrie recently hung up her stilettos to pursue her musical and acting passion. She is currently represented by Model Management Agency 

Torrie’s passion for women and wanting them to succeed is displayed through her motivational speaking on topics such as “Being Successfully Single” & “What To Do While you Wait”.

A Graduate of the School of Journalism & Communications at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ, Torrie coupled her passion for writing and compassion for people and sought out professions that would uplift and bring encouragement to the community. Torrie has been very influential in implementing programs teens could benefit from, including a girls empowerment and developmental program known as Queen Camp. Torrie is excited to bring her unique style of empowerment, encouragement, and inspiration to the young women who enroll in Queen Camp.

Torrie’s motto is “Go!!! Be Yourself and Be GREAT!”