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Corporate Executive turned Leader of a Global Girls and Women's Empowerment Movement Receives High Accolades For "High Tea" Seminar
By: The Sister Accord
"Our mutual efforts to support the girls and women in the community is a true win-win-win:
Erica Charles, District Manager, TJ Maxx and Dr. Glenda Price, President of Detroit Public Schools Foundation were on hand to bring greetings to the attendees. The students were given a special "Sistabration"
"We work together and live together and it can be difficult sometimes." the sisters stated, "We use the Sister Accord principles to work through our issues." One of the songs sang by the group was "On and On," written by Haben EriAm, focusing on the topic of bullying.
Dr. Glenda Price, an influential education-industry leader in the metro Detroit area, shared "The goals of The Sister Accord Foundation and movement of educating girls and women, enlightening girls and women of the Power of Sisterhood, and eradicating bullying and violence against girls and women are indeed noble goals. They are important goals and they are goals that will have an impact not only on the individual women and girls who participate, but also on their families, on their communities, thus on the world."
In 2014, The Sister Accord "High Tea" Tour will visit the following cities: Atlanta, Birmingham, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Nashville, New York, Seattle and Washington DC.
Sonia Jackson Myles, President & CEO of The Sister Accord, LLC (http://www.thesisteraccord.com) and The Sister Accord Foundation is a highly sought after coach, consultant, author, motivational speaker and workshop facilitator, who specializes in purpose-centered personal and professional coaching. Her mantra is "There is always a seat at the table for excellence; focus on being excellent."