Sisters Empowerment Foundation, Inc. offers an array of services to girls and women that are both preventive and interceptive. SEF's programming kicked off in January of 2009.
We offer (i) summer retreats, (ii) monthly seminars, workshops and training classes (iii) counseling referrals, (iv) a community development initiative (v) a mentoring program (vi) cultural field trips and (vii) fundraising efforts to accomplish our mission. A portion of SEF's fundraising proceeds will be donated to HIV/AIDS research.
Girls will meet the 2nd Saturday of each month from September to May to participate in health-oriented seminars facilitated by certified health care professionals and consultants.
Co-Founder, Tanika, lecturing students at Job Corps on how the HIV/AIDS epidemic is affecting the entertainment industry.
Girls will be paired with a college mentor in industries ranging from the legal profession to health and wellness. This program will assist girls in establishing constructive business relationships, prior to entering the workforce.
Co-Founder, Crystal, with Girls Rock participants at Carmello Anthony Community Day
A team-based project that will allow women and girls, jointly, to focus on beautifying one aspect of their respective communities while building character and establishing positive relationships.
SEF Mentor Program Coordinator, Yolanda with her protege, Talaya.
Women will participate in monthly presentations, seminars and workshops designed to develop a positive image in women affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
SEF, Inc. can be hired to conduct the following seminars for your business or organization:
Crystal I. Berger at 410.710.8103 or Tanika J. Rice at 954.300.2038 or email info@SEFInc.org to schedule an appointment.