‘Mean Girls Grow Up To Be Mean Women, Without Intervention’

Pictured Above (First Photo): Sonia Jackson Myles, Jo Banks, Multicultural Leadership Innovation & Project Management Consultant, AARP, Leon Robinson, Actor & Singer, Edna Kane-Williams, SVP, Multicultural Leadership, AARP, Elizabeth Nalunga, Student Leader & Disney Dreamers Academy Graduate & Andréa Richardson, Director of Multicultural and Diversity Marketing, Hilton

The Washington Hilton hosted a powerful Sister Accord Leadership Enrichment Tea Party for girls and women in D.C. led by author, motivational speaker and Sister Accord founder Sonia Jackson Myles. WHUR answered Sonia’s call by reaching out to our community of mentors and youth organizations to attend this free event to enable high school girls to learn about the power of sisterhood, the importance of nurturing positive relationships, setting goals to achieve your dreams and how to prepare to be leaders.

“Mean girls grow up to be mean women, without intervention,” Myles told the young ladies.

She’s on a mission to set a legacy of love to create positive role models and amazing future leaders. Her next stop on the Sister Accord Leadership Enrichment Tea Party Tour is Chicago, Illinois.

*Photo credit: Desman Grain


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