In what started out as only a whim to apply, Temecula resident Givona Sandiford Sapp, Ph.D., has made her way to the final round of the 2020 national online Ms. Health and Fitness competition. Sapp not only took first place in the group round, but also advanced in first place through her quarter-final group and made her way to the top of the semifinals with her vote counts. Now, she could use more help from the local communities to secure that final victory. Sapp, a 39-year-old new mother, speech pathologist and certified barre instructor, is also an app developer that has been featured in Black Women Talk Tech. Her apps help minimally verbal children with autism. Temecula resident, Dr. Givona Sandiford Sapp, pictured he
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