Calling all girls ages 11 -18 in the NYC area, to join Little Miss Goodie for the Beauty and Lunch panel discussion hosted at the Brooklyn YWCA, Sunday, March 8, 2- 4pm. Learn about the power to love the beauty within and the significance of sisterhood from women in the fields of beauty and fashion!
This event is sponsored by The Lopez Effect, The Brooklyn YMCA, Golden Crust, The Kids League, The Future Project, Mary Kay, and B Cakes.
You must RSVP for this event. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you or a group are interested in attending.
On Sunday, January 25, I hosted the first Little Miss Goodie – Dream Challenge, for girls ages 10 – 17 at the Brooklyn YWCA. With fifty girls in attendance, the afternoon started off with Renae Bluitt, founder of In Her Shoes Blog and Crush Media who gave insight on the importance of staying focused on your dreams and the steps to you need to take to in order to make them happen. Following her great presentation, Sallome Hralima, Chief Director and Syreeta Gates, Dream Director, both from the Future Project, had an activity planned for us to write down our greatest passions and allowed time to share our dreams with each other through the process of speed communication. It was such a great day, filled with fun, fellowship, and sisterhood. Thank you to our sponsors, The Lopez Effect, Essential Cakes, The Future Project, and the Kids League.
I look forward to the Little Miss Goodie – Beauty and Lunch, on Sunday, March 8, 2 – 4 pm hosted at the Brooklyn YWCA. Interested in joining me for another great event, please email email@example.com.
Yesterday was TERRIFIC!!!!! I was invited to sit on my very first panel at the She is Me: Skin I’m Inluncheon at Mott Hall Bridges Academy. There were over 300girls and women, I have to admit I was a little nervous to be in front of a lot of people, but I wanted to make a good impression. Miss Michaela angela Davis was the moderator to the panel that included Miss Renae Bluitt,MissTaiia Smart-Young, Miss Kathy Bowman-Williams, Dr. Wendi Williams, and myself.
Each of us shared what the Skin I’m In meant to all of us and gave advice to young girls about how they should present themselves online.
Little Miss Goodie empowers and sets the standards for girls who use social media site. You don’t have to change who you are in order to be liked, instead love yourself and celebrate the GOOD that is in you!