PRLog - Apr. 16, 2014 - ATLANTA -- Students and families have to deal with a myriad of concerns today, bullying being among them. Sonia Jackson Myles, Founder, President & CEO of The Sister Accord Foundation is determined to make a difference in this regard.
As the founder of a movement that is focused on positive, supportive relationships among girls and women, she knows if we can show our students how to establish meaningful relationships with each other, we can stop the violence (self-inflicted or otherwise) that is plaguing our communities, states, nation and the globe.
With the launch of "The Sister Accord: 51 Ways To LOVE Your Sister" book, Jackson Myles has started what she calls "The Revolution of LOVE." The metro Atlanta event is the fourth of 12 High Tea Parties that will be held nationwide.
These teen girls will experience an afternoon of fun, learning, and leadership skills building. They will learn the importance of Sisterhood and its importance in becoming great leaders.
Etiquette guru, Jacqueline M. Baker, from Scarlet Communications, will also share important tips on dining, grooming, and communication skills (particularly in the area of social media). We are confident that this program will ensure that the teen girls will make better choices. Atlanta Multi-Media Personality, Rashan Ali, will attend the event to bring greetings to the teens. Haben Abraham, from the amazing EriAm Sisters Group who were featured on America's Got Talent, will also attend to share her gift of music. Sarah Jakes, author of the newly released inspirational memoir, "Lost and Found" will share some of her life experiences with the young ladies and talk to them about defining and following their dreams.There will be additional surprises in store for the young ladies.
Founder Jackson Myles says “I am on a mission to have 1 Billion girls and women live the principles of The Sister Accord. I know how important it is to have meaningful relationships with other females because it's how I live my life. Mean girls grow up to be mean women, if there is no intervention. I'm focused on helping girls understand that it begins with them. If you love yourself, you will be able to give that love to others, and will see them as an extension of yourself, willing to do anything you can to help them. "Great leaders have great relationships!"
WHO: Sonia Jackson Myles, Author of “The Sister Accord: 51 Ways To LOVE Your Sister” (www.thesisteraccord.com)
WHAT: Tea With Metro Atlanta Area Teen Girls
WHEN: Saturday, April 19, 2014
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
WHERE: The Hilton Atlanta Hotel
255 Courtland Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 659-2000 (tel:%28404%29%
Sonia Jackson Myles, President & CEO of The Sister Accord, LLC is a highly sought after coach, consultant, author, motivational speaker and workshop facilitator who specializes in purpose-centered personal & professional coaching. Her mantra is "There is always a seat at the table for excellence; focus on being excellent."