Nexus is a nonprofit organization specialized in substance abuse services for women ages 13 and up and is one of very few programs that encourages mothers to bring their children with them. Tori Lee, co-founder of Black Girls Social and Lawanda McKelvy, a representative of Nexus are the guest speakers for the evening. Tori Lee has a personal connection to Nexus and will elaborate on their involvement in her life during the event.
“I’ve really enjoyed working with [BGS] on this project and we look forward to the event, and to meeting your group of fabulous women,” - Abi Erickson, Nexus Director of Development and PR.
Black Girls Social was founded in January 2012 by two friends, Tori Lee and Kellee Moore, who shared a passion to empower young women and a vision to make it happen. Black Girls Social is a networking company that strives to bring women of color from diverse industry backgrounds together by promoting collaboration, growth of professional networks, and entrepreneurship by hosting events that foster innovation, mentoring and potential partnerships.
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Contact: Kellee Moore, BGS Co-Founder
Contact: Tori Lee, BGS Co-Founder
Telephone: (404)590 -0168