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The Specialites named by a current sister/member, Stephanie Isaac,  began performing in February of 2014 at the infamous Love Zone II produced  by Cloris La'Rue. This is only the beginning. The Specialites have been performing at the renowned Red Cat Jazz Café as a feature act with Cloris La’ Rue’s Mic Flix Production. This group of women are the epitomy of "Sisterhood and Empowerment"! We are a group of women that just want to empower other women to "love" themselves!!! Every woman in this ensemble is a mother, wife, sister, and daughter. If you would like to book the Specialites to perform at your next event,  please contact (409) 939-5629. 

Kendra Walker-Rodgers


Kendra Walker-Rodgers is a native of Houston, TX. She is a military veteran of the United States Navy. She is a wife and a mother of two sons. She is the oldest of 4 siblings.  She holds a Bachelor Degree in Information Technology.  She is a member of the Greater Barbour's Chapel Baptist Church in Texas City, TX where she sings in multiple choirs.  Her favorite scripture is Matthew 6:33.

Sharon McDougle


Sharon is a native of Moss Point, MS, currently residing in La Porte, TX. She’s been happily married for 21+ years and has two beautiful children. She works by day as a Safety Technician, is a former Space Shuttle team member and U. S. Air Force veteran. She’s Fifty & Fabulous…. and the only AARP card carrying Specialite!


Stephanie Isaac


I am a mother of two energetic boys and one quiet but very artistically gifted girl.  My youngest, Jair is 12 years old, my middle son, Staffon Jr. is 14 and my oldest daughter, Ahya will be turning 17! I’ve been married to my best friend and biggest supporter Staffon Isaac Sr. for 13 years. Even after all this time, we still love to dote on each other. I have been employed with Marathon Petroleum Company for 19 years. My hobbies include traveling, poetry, assisting with event planning, cooking and various craft projects.  I particularly enjoy my participation as the President of a women’s organization called Sister’s In Christ.  This organization was formed to provide extraordinary experiences to those who would not ordinarily have them, as well as to take part in various community outreach activities. Being that I am now well into my 40’s at the prime age of 43, I can say that I have never felt or looked better in my opinion.  I plan to continue to age gracefully by staying active. I’m having a blast by being a part of this dancing group. My motto to describe myself, “What you see is what you get”. 



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