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Wonderfully Made Girls Summit
Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
Leading Ladies of Legacy Inc. is proud to present the first annual Wonderfully Made Girls Summit, an interactive personal development program for girls.
To provide the tools, support and resources necessary for personal development, Leading Ladies of Legacy Inc. created the Wonderfully Made Girls Summit (WMGS). The inaugural WMGS, scheduled for Saturday October 20, 2012, is a full-day conference, expected to bring together 200 middle school and high school girls from metro Atlanta with experts, speakers and presenters.
The WMGS will feature motivational workshops, give-a-ways, refreshments, and numerous development opportunities. The summit will provide sessions of interest in key areas such as female role models, body image, diversity, expressing individuality, personal growth, spiritual growth, life goals, sex, and honoring your body.
Register today to benefit from this inspirational and informational event for girls in pursuit of personal success.
Each attendee will get to star in an exclusive video titled "I AM Wonderfully Made"!! (Come on you know you've got that million dollar face, you deserve to showcase it!)
Michelle Elliot "Value The Pearl"
Renea Winchester "Charting Your Own Path with Coruage and Character"
Terri L. Clay "Writing The Vision and Making It Plain"
Kendra Emeruem "Take The Road Less Traveled"
Sherri Riley "Believe In Yourself"
Danielle Dennis "I'm Comfortable In The Skin Im In"
Devin T. Robinson "Love Is Not an STD"
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Leading Ladies of Legacy, Inc.
Leading Ladies of Legacy produces young women who have strong academic backgrounds, understand and build resilience, fight and overcome poverty, exude self-worth and confidence, give back to the community and display leadership. Through membership meetings, programs, events, and community service we will identify and challenge young women to develop compassion, confidence, and a commitment to service and leadership within their communities.