"JANUARY 2018 PRESENTED BY THE BROWNGIRLS UNIVERSITY”
“Hundreds of Women is expected to attend The SheCave Experience in Atlanta”
PR-Inside.com: 2017-12-20 23:26:16
Atlanta, Ga December 18, 2017– BrownGirls University presents The SheCave Experience on January 28, 2018 at the Savoy Events Center 5571 New Peachtree Road Chamblee, Georgia at 1:00pm.
“We are Excited to bring the SheCave Experience 2018 to Atlanta, Georgia. We are hoping this experience bring unity among women, build relationships, and take our women mindsets to the next level.
States Nikki Means, Founder of The Browngirls University”
The SheCave Experience 2018 will uplift, inspire, & educate women all over the Georgia and the surrounding areas. During the event, women will be pampered, receive a mini makeover, & gain education in multiple workshops sponsored by BrownGirls University. At 7pm the SheCave Experience will produce a Mini Fashion show showcasing the latest Designers and Boutiques in the Georgia area.
In addition, BrownGirls University will be awarding 12 successful local women in the Education, Business, Entertainment, Sports, Film, Media, Music, Law, Fashion, Beauty, Medical, & Ministry. The SheCave Experience 2018 is a great opportunity for women of our community to experience the Beauty of Unity among Sisterhood. Part of the proceeds will go back to Browngirls University Organization.
About Browngirls University: An organization that serves as a social network for young girls, where girls meet twice a month to improve both their self-esteem and self-image. The program provides various activities such as community services, speakers, and trips. Our goal is to empower girls to live a Great lifestyle by making great choices. It’s not easy for girls coming of age in today’s media-saturated world to develop a healthy sense of self-worth, self-respect, and purpose as they prepare for their futures. In order to emerge from their teen years as strong, happy, and confident young women, girls must learn to successfully navigate peer pressure and negative messages about girlhood and womanhood. These influences have the potential to negatively impact their self-esteem, identity development, health behaviors and ability to make positive life decisions.
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