"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.
We are a group of twenty-five tenacious women seeking to empower, our children ages three to nineteen, with knowledge, leadership, and a desire to make a difference by serving the community in all walks of life. The year 2020 has been quite exhausting. Our job as mothers and leaders in the community, centers around being resilient and gracefully pivoting when faced with difficult times.
Our Mothers have discovered an inner flame which has bolstered an appreciation for one’s inner self. This year, we are redirecting many of our in-person activities to a new virtual world experience. Our majestic mothers choose to accept reality and mold that reality into something better for our children. Our path to greatness is filled with certain values and expectations that we gently infuse into our children. Our children’s cup overflows with blessings of goodness and knowledge. At the same time, we teach them to share with others their blessings and pay it forward. Our Mothers and Fathers serve as leaders in the community.
We are educators, county administrators, nurses physicians, lawyers, realtors, entrepreneurs, artists, pastors, accountants, health care administrators, athletes, chief enforcement officers, mayors, architects, law enforcement officers, chefs, actors & actresses, authors, performers and the list keeps growing. Our chapter is majestic at all levels.
Julie Harris NelsonMiami Chapter President
Our vision is to transform African American communities, one child at a time.
Our mission is to address issues affecting African American children and families, by investing in programs and services that create a strong foundation for children to thrive long-term.
We invest in services, programs and organizations that focus on impacting the underlying issues affecting African American children and families.
African American Families | Education | Health & Wellness
There’s a real need in African American communities for a concentrated focus on root cause issues affecting long-term outcomes for African American children.
We are committed to supporting services, programs and organizations that address underlying causes of social problems affecting African American communities, families and ultimately children..
Health and Wellness – Why It Matters?