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Success Is A Lifestyle Youth Empowerment Summit

Friday, June 15, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

1901 Mississippi Avenue Southeast, Washington, DC 20020

Contact: Melissa Jakes   Hello@MelissaJakes.com  

Sponsored by: Women Who Boss Network


Women Who Boss Network will hold its 1st Annual Success Is A Lifestyle Youth Empowerment Summit to be held at THE ARC: Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Center located 1901 Mississippi Ave., S.E. Washington, DC 20020 on Friday, June 15, 2018. The Summit will bring together more than 150 male and female youth (ages 15-21) from local high schools, Department of Rehabilitation Services, Mental Health Organizations and more. Youth will engage in an interactive and impactful afternoon surrounding Education, Empowerment, Employment Opportunities and Etiquette. The mission of the summit serves to encourage and inspire the youth to be the change they desire to see in their communities. By giving them the foundation they need to believe in themselves, they are prepared to make wise decisions that will impact their lives, and the lives of those around them, with powerful positivity.

Register Here! For more information, visit: www.womenwhoboss.org/youthsummit.

This summit will feature powerful speakers and workshops. Community organizations have set up youth employment, mentorship, and empowerment stations. In addition, sponsors such as Carolina Kitchen and Rita will provide lunch and desert for registered attendees. Local community activists and businesses confirmed to attend include WPGC, Shoe City, ANC Leaders, Shop Core, Shea Moisture, Rita’s and The Boys & Girls Club.

Confirmed Guest Speakers Include:

Ron Moten, Empowerment Specialist, Grassroots Organizer, Author

Shawn T. Blanchard, Author & Mentorship Expert

Sherrell Duncan, CEO of Mommed It Again

Jimmy Black Jr, Founder of Manpower DC

Kira Dior, CEO of Kira Dior Hair

Nicole Tiovanni Dawkins, Momprenuer

Rev. Daniel Bradley, Youth & Social Entreprenuer Malik, CEO of All Homage

Talia Michelle, Media Relations

“We want to ensure we reach as many young Americans as possible who want and need a mentor. It is a proven fact that quality mentoring can help keep kids in school, out of trouble and on a path toward being productive and engaged citizens. The Success is a Lifestyle Summit brings us together to celebrate and chart the course for high-impact expanded mentoring that will result in a stronger, more productive society.”

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