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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: Elite Ladies of Atlanta was designed to *Empower *Enrich *Educate *Encourage *Embrace girls between the ages of 10-18

Results: To date our organizations has spent a tremendous amount of time focusing on making sure Elite Ladies of Atlanta is meeting State/Federal Requirements to function as a nonprofit organization in the state of Georgia, Creating Bylaws to address internal & external issues, Strengthing our Board, Exposing our organization to the appropriate market that we are desiring to reach.

Target demographics: Young girls & Teenagers, grades 2-12 from all economic, social, financial & cultural backgrounds

Geographic areas served: Metro Atlanta Area (Dekalb, Clayton, Fulton, Gwinnett)

Programs: Dove Self Esteem Worshops/Sessions, Elite Readers Summer Reading Program Elite Scholars Community Award/Scholarship We Can! - Community Partner Juanita C. Johnson Memorial Scholarship

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

I think it awesome what Kenya is doing for the young ladies in the Atlanta area ..Trying to teach them self respect not to give in to peer pressure and how to set goals and achieve them..

Client Served

Rating: 4

I see my mom work very hard on her organization. For hours on end she is doing something to put her organization into rotation whether its on the computer, setting up events, making gift baskets, and others. she is very dedicated to strengthening young female adults into having a better future for themselves.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

My name is Kenya Miles & I am the founder of Elite Ladies of Atlanta. There are several reason why I wanted to start a non-profit organization that would focus wholeheartedly on our female youth. One major reason being the lack of community involvement that I have noticed amongst my peers in my respective community. My age group (35-38) within the communities in which I reside don't focus on our youth or youth involvement, with the exception to recreational sports. There were no places for young girls to go outside of the educational system that would support & encourage them to be all that they could potentially be. It was heartbreaking to say the least. I feel my purpose in life is to aid/help every young girl or teenage that wants to push herself to the limits & to experience EVERYTHING that life has to offer.

The Infinity Initiative

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 4

Kenya Miles (Founder) is a dedicated and commited nonprofit leader, whose ability to connect with like-minded nonprofits enhances her organization's capacity to have a greater impact in the community.

Though Elite Ladies of Atlanta, Inc. is a new nonprofit, the depth of the organization's skill in bonding with and relating to young girls will make them a forerunner in the nonprofit community in NO time!