Jordin, Age 10 – 4th Grade (IMPORTANT) I have learned that you can be you no matter what other people say about you. Just don’t mind them and move on in life. “I Am Beautiful” means that I get to learn how to be a young lady. At IAB, I play and talk with other […]
I Am BEAUTIFUL by Kamile Sabali “It feels good to be loved by someone sometimes, but it’s far more important that we love ourselves.” I once was told I was too passionate I was told I was a mother and I couldn’t just do this and I couldn’t just do that I was […]
BRAVE: Abena is a 16-year-old 10th Grader “I Am Beautiful means being able to be confident in myself and what I want to do and accomplish in life. I Am Beautiful has taught me to love my body, my flaws, and to embrace every part of my culture proudly. Lastly, it means to be Beautiful, […]
For more than 15 years, I Am B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L., Inc. (IAB) has delivered educational enrichment programming to support the achievement of physical, mental, social, emotional, spiritual, and economic success of girls and women within our global communities. Now we would like to share our B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L., 9. In the spirit of Women’s History Month, I Am B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L., […]
Article By: Miriam Kamara Lilli-Ann Leconte was just 14 years old and a new resident of Georgia in 2016 when her mother signed her up for the G.I.R.L.S. Leadership Program at I Am B.EA.U.T.I.F.U.L, a non-profit organization dedicated to building leadership skills and high self-esteem. Her mother thought it would be a good opportunity for […]
We are so proud to be featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution! Many thanks to our BEAUTIFUL girls, volunteers and sponsors!💗 Click here to read the article in Atlanta Journal Constitution #iambeautiful #brilliantandbeautiful #beautifulleaders… #imnoangel
Read here about Fabrisia Gamble’s incredible story about how I Am B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L. program transformed her from being a low confidence, low self-esteem pre-teen to a confident and a successful graduate from UGA.
It all began with the question, “Do you like what you see when you look in the mirror?”