100 Black Girls Who Are Doing Extraordinary Things

Now Accepting Nominees for “100 Black Girls Who Are Doing Extraordinary Things”


Regina E. Coley, MBA

Leading Ladies of Legacy Inc.



Leading Ladies of Legacy Inc. Accepting Nominees for “100 Black Girls Who Are Doing Extraordinary Things”

Mableton, GA-Leading Ladies of Legacy Inc is now accepting nominee submissions for our 2017 publication “100 Black Girls Who Are Doing Extraordinary Things”. This publication will feature African American girls under the age of 18 who are following their dreams, pursuing their passions and reaching their goals. The purpose of this publication is to provide an international platform to inspire girls to continue to strive for their own personal greatness. 

As an organization, we are proud to highlight girls via this international platform and encourage girls to pursue their purpose by planning and pursuing them intentionally. “It’s a honor to be able to recognize and highlight girls who are accomplishing their dreams and waking up daily ready to put in hard work. We train girls to be able to plan, pursue, and position themselves for a positive future and this publication is the type that girls need to have in their hands to realize that this is possible.” says Regina E. Coley, Executive Director, “Opportunities do not only exist for a select few, they exist for anyone who wakes up ready to work for them.”

If you know of a young lady or you are one yourself, nominate yourself to be featured in this publication today via the form below. Be sure to share via all your Social Media channels and email your friends to be apart of this extraordinary opportunity!

About Leading Ladies of Legacy Inc.-Leading Ladies of Legacy produces young women who have strong academic backgrounds, understand and build resilience, fight and overcome poverty, exude self-worth and confidence, give back to the community and display leadership. Through membership meetings, programs, events, and community service we will identify and challenge young women to develop compassion, confidence, and a commitment to service and leadership within their communities.

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