This Women’s Month, Empowered Women Can Empower Others with the EastWest Dolce Vita Titanium Mastercard

As we celebrate International Women’s Month this March, a big part of the commemoration is encouraging the empowerment of women everywhere. And as women continue to recognize their worth, a key part of the power that they hold is their ability to bring up the rest of the world—especially vulnerable sectors like women and children—along with them.

Empowered women can empower others with the EastWest Dolce Vita Titanium Mastercard

Empowered women now have another easy way to help those around them with EastWest’s Dolce Vita Titanium Mastercard. The Dolce Vita Titanium Mastercard allows cardholders to earn Dolce Vita Charms through the purchases they make using the card and use these Charms to make donations to key charitable organizations such as CARITAS Manila, CRIBS, and WORLD Vision. These organizations have their respective efforts to help out underprivileged communities across the country.

In addition to charitable donations Dolce Vita cardholders can make, the Charms they earn can also be spent on eGift Rewards, Charms Vouchers, cash rebates, and waivers of the annual membership fee, which allows women to reclaim even more power over their finances.

Apply now through our EastWest System Tech Assistant (ESTA) chatbot at, via the EastWest website at, or through any EastWest Store near you.

4 Comments on This Women’s Month, Empowered Women Can Empower Others with the EastWest Dolce Vita Titanium Mastercard

  1. justin adam bunnell // March 30, 2022 at 6:58 am //

    cry about kims, jens,ect justins,ect now and shut up now look im cring that i hate everythig 2 shut you um hollywoods watch him going 2 put down his b tomoroow deal with it you don’t get your gay deal with straight and gay okay thank you

  2. justin adam bunnell // March 30, 2022 at 6:57 am //

    get from justins kim and browns

  3. justin adam bunnell // March 30, 2022 at 6:56 am //

    Kimberly J. Brown
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    Kimberly J. Brown
    Born Kimberly Jean Brown
    November 16, 1984 (age 37)
    Gaithersburg, Maryland, U.S.
    Occupation Actress
    Years active 1989–present
    Notable work
    Guiding Light
    Website Official Website
    Kimberly Jean Brown (born November 16, 1984) is an American actress, best known to audiences for her portrayal of the teen witch Marnie Piper in the Halloweentown films, in which she starred alongside Debbie Reynolds. Before being cast as Marnie, Brown found notoriety for her role as Marah Lewis on Guiding Light, the third actress to take on the role, and as Annie Wheaton in the Rose Red miniseries, an original miniseries written by Stephen King.

    1 Career
    1.1 Other ventures
    2 Personal life
    3 Filmography
    3.1 Film
    3.2 Television
    4 References
    5 External links
    Brown’s career began when she was very young. By the time she was 11 years old, Brown had already enjoyed success as a child model with Ford Models, performed in multiple Broadway shows and earned an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of Marah Lewis on Guiding Light.[1][2] She also found work as a voice actress, lending her voice to commercials, A Bug’s Life and the English dub of Vampire Princess Miyu.

    At the age of 13, Brown was cast in her most notable film, the Disney Channel Original Movie Halloweentown, in which she played 13-year-old Marnie Piper, a young witch who is determined to learn magic from her grandmother Aggie, portrayed by Debbie Reynolds.[3][4] Halloweentown aired on October 17, 1998, and was well received by audiences, leading Disney Channel to produce three sequels; Brown reprised her role as Marnie in two of them.[5] She was replaced by Sara Paxton in the fourth installment, Return to Halloweentown, a decision over which Brown expressed confusion and disappointment.[6] Fans of the franchise were unhappy with Paxton’s portrayal of the character and some major entertainment outlets were critical. BuzzFeed said that the first three films were the best thing about Halloween while the fourth film was best left ignored, while MTV said fans should act as if the fourth film had never happened.[7][8] Outside of Halloweentown, Brown also starred in another Disney Channel original movie, the 2000 film Quints. In 1999, Brown co-starred with Janet McTeer in Tumbleweeds. The film received positive reviews.[9][10]

    In May 2021, it was announced she had joined the cast of General Hospital.[11]

    Other ventures
    Brown and a friend run the Etsy shop CraftilyCreative, which sells a variety of items, including Halloweentown-themed merchandise.[12][13]

    In 2016, Brown published a Halloween-themed children’s book, Poppin’s Pumpkin Patch Parade, with co-author Diane Yslas.[14]

    Personal life
    Brown has been dating her Halloweentown II costar Daniel Kountz after reconnecting for a “Halloweentown”-themed project for Brown’s YouTube channel.[15]

    Year Title Role Notes
    1994 Princess Caraboo English imposter of Princess Caraboo Uncredited[citation needed]
    1999 Tumbleweeds Ava Walker
    2001 The Little Polar Bear Lona English dub
    2003 Bringing Down the House Sarah Sanderson
    2005 Be Cool Tiffany
    2006 Big Bad Wolf Sam Marche
    2010 Friendship! Dorothee
    Year Title Role Notes
    1990 The Baby-Sitters Club Amanda Delaney Episode: “The Baby-Sitters Remember”
    1993–1998, 2006 Guiding Light Marah Lewis Recurring role
    1997 Vampire Princess Miyu Miyu Yamano Voice role (English dub), 7 episodes
    1997 Ellen Foster Dora Television film
    1998 Unhappily Ever After Helena, Girl #1 3 episodes
    1998 Halloweentown Marnie Piper Disney Channel Original Movie
    1998–1999 Two of a Kind Nicole 2 episodes
    1999 Touched by an Angel Amy Lumpkin Episode: “The Last Day of the Rest of Your Life”
    2000 Quints Jamie Grover Disney Channel Original Movie
    2001 Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge Marnie Piper Disney Channel Original Movie
    2002 My Sister’s Keeper Young Christine Chapman Hallmark Channel Original Movie[16]
    2002 Rose Red Annie Wheaton Miniseries
    2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Jessica Morse / Margory Maddox Episode: “Perfect”
    2004 Halloweentown High Marnie Piper Disney Channel Original Movie
    2013 Low Winter Sun Shana Taylor 5 episodes
    2018 Mondays Older Kelly Episode: “That Time When I Met My Future Self”
    2019 Crossword Mysteries: Proposing Murder Angela Television film
    2021 General Hospital Chloe Jennings Recurring Role
    “Kimberly J. Brown: Bio”. Kimberly J. Brown. Retrieved April 2, 2018.
    “Kimberly J. Brown – About Me”. Retrieved January 25, 2016.
    “We Finally Found Out Why ‘Halloweentown’ Recast Marnie And We Are NOT Pleased”. Retrieved April 2, 2018.
    “Halloweentown”. Rotten Tomatoes. September 17, 1998. Retrieved January 25, 2016.
    “25 Best Disney Channel Original Movies”. Complex.
    “Kimberly J. Brown Talks Being Recast in “Halloweentown”: “I Was Disappointed For The Fans””. Seventeen. October 13, 2016. Retrieved April 2, 2018.
    “Kimberly J. Brown Has A Very Big Announcement For All ‘Halloweentown’ Fans”. MTV News. Retrieved April 2, 2018.
    “19 Reasons You Need To Rewatch The “Halloweentown” Series Right Now”. BuzzFeed. Retrieved April 2, 2018.
    “`Tumbleweeds’: On the Road With Mom the Sexpot”. Retrieved December 19, 2013.
    “Tumbleweeds review”. Retrieved December 19, 2013.
    SOD (May 5, 2021). “Exclusive: GL Alum Kimberly J. Brown Joins GH”. Soap Opera Digest. United States: American Media, Inc. Retrieved May 5, 2021.
    “Craftily Creative by CraftilyCreative”. Etsy. Retrieved August 2, 2018.
    “Kimberly J. Brown (@OfficialKJB) – Twitter”. Retrieved August 2, 2018.
    “”Poppins Pumpkin Patch Parade” Book Available for Order Now!”. Retrieved August 2, 2018.
    “22 years ago, ‘Halloweentown’ became a spooky classic. Its stars still feel the love”. Los Angeles Times. October 30, 2020. Retrieved December 12, 2021.
    “My Sister’s Keeper”. Hallmark US. Retrieved April 2, 2018.
    External links
    Kimberly J. Brown at IMDb
    Kimberly J. Brown at AllMovie
    Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film
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  4. justin adam bunnell // March 30, 2022 at 6:56 am //

    dude you hate kim hate brown talk about her joshusa seth now from justin hater of who now

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