- 7 in 10 girls believe that they are not good enough or don’t measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school and relationships with friends and family members.
- Teen girls that have a negative view of themselves are 4 times more likely to take part in activities with boys that they've ended up regretting later.
- 75% of girls with low self-esteem reported engaging in negative activities like cutting, bullying, smoking, drinking, or disordered eating. This compares to 25% of girls with high self-esteem.
- Four week mentoring program to provide young women in the sixth - ninth grades with the adult support, community resources and friendship to decrease the likely hood of the issues becoming a factor in our participant's lives.
- Each Saturday in June from 8 a.m- 12 p.m we will offer workshops and lectures on 4 key areas. Each week will will invite a professional in the field to share with our participants.
Mission: To empower young girls to become self-loving, confident queens who embody the true essence of themselves.
Queen Advisors: A group of young women committed to impacting their community through volunteerism, civic engagement, and cultural activities
- Must be 18 years of age or older.
- Must be enrolled in some form of post secondary- institution/ employed at an establishment
- Must conduct oneself in a professional manner
- Portray proper social media etiquette
Prospective Queen Advisors
- Ashlee Stone: Freshman Nursing Major at Kennesaw State University, 19
- Nyia Braddy: Freshman Nursing Major at Kennesaw State University, 19
- Kyra Roberts: Junior Nursing Major at Clayton State University, 21
- Danielle Eubanks: Freshman Business Major at Clayton State University, 18
- Sheniza Dawson: Freshman Pre-Medicine Major at Valdosta State University, 19
- Alexis Brown: Freshman Nursing Major at Armstrong State University, 20