Changing Young Lives

Girl2Girl Mentoring Group is an empowering mentoring program for young girls between 11-13 years old, in the Tri-County Charleston area, who have low self-esteem, as they survive middle school & transition into young adulthood. We meet with these young ladies every week and discuss topics related to their mental health and self-esteem. Our program is designed to help young girls learn new tools to conquer their lack of confidence to become stronger students and people.

Program Founders & Leaders

Kimberly Bowman

Native of Charleston, South Carolina, Kimberly is a graduate of Burke High School and Susquehanna University where she received her Bachelor's of Arts in Communications. In 2013, she returned home from college and started her own business, Exquisite Enterprises Inc. You can learn more about the organization here:

Jalesa Green

Native of Charleston, South Carolina, Jalesa is a graduate of Burke High School and South Carolina State University, where she received her Bachelor's of Social Work. She went on to receive her Masters in Social Work, later become more involved in the community through her work with the youth in social services.

Loumera Wright

Loumera is a Charleston native who graduated from Academic Magnet High School and Limestone College, where she received her Bachelor’s of Psychology. She also received her Masters in Clinical Counseling Psychology from The Citadel and began developing her passion for working with youth in mental health. As a member of Zeta Phi Beta, Sorority, Inc, she is involved in community outreach and working with the youth to help highlight the principles of scholarship, service and sisterhood.

Make a donation to Girl2Girl Mentoring Program today. Help us continue our efforts around the Tri-County area and beyond.