You’re the high school or college student preparing to graduate and face the next phase of your life but even with academic success, you feel stuck and lost…
Ok, you’re the people pleaser. You want to make sure you’re the perfect wife, mother, employee, friend, etc. All of your time is spent pleasing others. In fact, you worry about the needs of others so much that you don’t even know how to take care of yourself…
Still not it?
Maybe you’re the one who’s on her grind! Climbing that corporate ladder, running your business, being the #bossbabe every one admires. But you’re not happy. You work to avoid dealing with your past and present emotions, and if work stops you’re immediately overwhelmed with anxiety. You don’t know how to deal...
80% of women stated that the images on TV, movies, fashion magazines, and advertising make them feel insecure.
7 in 10 girls believe they are not good enough or do not measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school and relationships with family and friends.
Source: Real Girls, Real Pressure: National Report on the State of Self-Esteem, Dove Self-Esteem Fund
“A woman with vision empowers an empire of women to do more, see more, and be more.” -Unknown
Shaquanna Chappelle, a Virginia native, started her corporate career in 2010. While excelling in various roles and positions, she still struggled with identifying her God given purpose outside of her professional life: Why am I REALLY here? This can’t possibly be the rest of my life. What will be MY legacy?
She always had a passion for women seeking their worth and discovering their confidence. After overcoming her own struggles with identifying her purpose and establishing confidence in her life, she knew she had to be a blessing to others and pour love into other young women. Inspired by her own village of strong women and eager to become more fulfilled, Shaquanna decided to set a mission for herself: establish an organization that would encourage young ladies and women to seek value, self-love and empowerment.
Now residing in the Atlanta, GA metro area, Shaquanna believes that if she can help ONE woman accept who she is, discover her purpose, feel empowered, and wear her crown with style, class, and self-assurance, then her life is fulfilled.
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