I Am Girls Empowerment, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit agency providing mentor and empowerment programs for youth girls, ages 5-18 years of age. Our organization forms partnerships with local school districts, youth non-profit organizations, and the juvenile court system. We practice speaking positive I Am affirmations into the lives of our youth girls. Speaking into their I Am manifest positive attributes that begin to prepare them to become great women in their community.
Who Are You After I Am...….
"By the grace of God, I am what I am."
1 Corinthians 15:10
I Am Girls Empowerment, Inc. mission is to inspire and motivate girls to fill the purpose of who they are after the I Am. We strive to enhance their personal growth and development with workshops and events that will increase leadership skills, confidence, and sound decision making.
Our goal is to foster a commitment to youth girls that will promote personal, social, educational, and growth/development skills through mentorship and empowerment.
We envision a community in which every youth girl is empowered to make informed decisions, establish healthy relationships and be self-sufficient. Through mentorship, we nurture her goals, aspirations, and ambitions. We encourage her to flourish into her full potential.
Miss Amy Lowe was born and raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and is a graduate of Watson Chapel High School. She earned a bachelor's degree in general studies with a concentration in early childhood from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and a master's degree in early childhood education from Capella University. For the last 17 years, she has been an educator. She has taught different grades, from pre-K to 6th grade. Miss Lowe has a passion for teaching, and she doesn't see herself stopping anytime soon.
Miss Lowe has enjoyed spending her time and energy as an educator. She serves as the president of I Am Girls Empowerment Incorporated and also the operator of I Am Girls Academy. This non-profit organization provides mentoring services to young girls, while also providing them with the tools they need to develop their social, emotional, and developmental well-being. This will help them be better equipped to become productive members of their community. Through Miss Lowe's work with the organization, she helps students learn, grow, and become motivated to make a difference in their community. Miss Lowe is a dedicated educator who is passionate about helping young people learn and grow.
She is a proud mother of 5 children who she loves spending time with as much as possible. She is a reliable and trustworthy servant and leader in her community. She is proud to be a member of Barraque Street Missionary Baptist Church where she sings in the choir and serves on the Church Anniversary and Women's Day committees. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with others, participating in sports events, watching television, and taking time for herself. Miss Lowe continues to educate children in her community and will continue to do so!
A native of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Constance holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and a Master of Science in Justice and Security Administration from the University of Phoenix. Employed by the Federal Government for 14 years, she has received numerous public service awards for her outstanding work performance and her dedication to the mission of the organization. Constance’s work experience includes overseeing employees, providing analytic support to Senior Managers, monitoring key strategic performance metrics, reviewing and approving budgets, monitoring budget authorities, and ensuring compliance with Federal laws, rules, and regulations.
Constance has more than 10 years of non-profit experience and currently serves as the Secretary on the Board of I Am Girls Empowerment, Incorporated, where she has assisted with strategic planning, developing policies, and coordinating events catered to the mission of the organization. She is also an member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, an organization of college educated women committed to constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. In her spare time, Constance enjoys volunteering, spending time with her family & friends, reading, helping others, decorating, constructing crafts, and graphic design.
Greetings from Ms. Onequa Scott. Here’s a little about myself. I enjoy spending time with my beautiful 8 year old daughter. We enjoy shopping and traveling together. I graduate from the University of Arkansas in Monticello in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Speech Therapy. In 2020 I graduated for the University of Capella with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. As you can see my passion is helping wherever I can. I love to give back to the community in anyway possible. In 2019 I was blessed to become apart of one of the best young organizations for young ladies, I AM GIRL’S EMPOWERMENT is a place I Am able to service as a mental health advisor, mentor and so much more.
Taylor Johnson is a lead mentor for, I Am Girls Empowerment Incorporation. She is a native of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Taylor is currently a senior majoring in social work, minoring in psychology at Grambling State University. Taylor is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated where she serves on the executive board as Program Planning and Development Chair, The Society of Distinguished Black Women, Grambling State University Women Empowerment, Earl Lester Cole Honors Society, and The Favort Student Union Board. She currently holds the title of Miss Senior for the 2022-2023 Academic School Year at Grambling State University. Taylor is an only child, and she enjoys mentoring young girls. In her spare time she likes to shop, spend time with family and take self-care days.