Monday, December 22, 2014

Local teacher on "I Survived A Japanese Game Show"

Kimberly Whittaker, a sixth grade math and social studies teacher at Richard Allen Prep Charter School says taping “I Survived a Japanese Game Show,” was the best experience of her life. Whittaker, 26, who was born in Jamaica and moved to West Philly when she was 8, was excited to have “experienced another culture.” The show premieres at 9 tonight on ABC. The Overbrook High and Temple graduate who has modeled since she was 12, says she’s moving to Los Angeles this summer. She’ll appear in a fashion show Saturday during the Kimmel Center’s Summer Solstice.

Local teacher on "I Survived A Japanese Game Show"

Kimberly Whittaker, a sixth grade math and social studies teacher at Richard Allen Prep Charter School says taping “I Survived a Japanese Game Show,” was the best experience of her life. Whittaker, 26, who was born in Jamaica and moved to West Philly when she was 8, was excited to have “experienced another culture.” The show premieres at 9 tonight on ABC. The Overbrook High and Temple graduate who has modeled since she was 12, says she’s moving to Los Angeles this summer. She’ll appear in a fashion show Saturday during the Kimmel Center’s Summer Solstice.
 

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