For Colored Girls Who Lead is a movement that transforms the way women of color see themselves as leaders. We are offering workshops, webinars, networking events, and community service events revolving around holistic leadership.
For Colored Girls Who Lead’s vision is to develop capable holistic leaders of color who will be viewed as assets and positive additions to organizations, businesses, schools, agencies and their personal lives. FCGWL seeks to empower women of color to reach their fullest potential and accomplish their goals.
Our mission is to develop sustainable and holistic leadership skills through health, wealth, and spiritual success strategies.
CW Younger is the Co-Founder of For Colored Girls Who Lead, a Holistic Leadership Development Organization. She holds a B.S. degree from Towson University with a concentration in English and a Minor in African American Studies. As a mother of two boys, she is an advocate for building leadership skills and obtaining an education. CW is a speaker, Success coach, consultant, and trainer.
Currently, she serves as a Deacon Candidate and the Co-Chair of the Women’s Ministry for Unity Fellowship Church of Baltimore. CW is the author of a chapbook, “The Birth of Petals”, which features a life cycle of pain and pleasure.
She loves the motto from Captain Planet, “The Power is Yours.” As a holistic leadership transformation specialist, she believes that everyone has what they need to be successful, they just need the keys to unlock it.
Jamey Younger, co-founder and morale officer of FCGWL. Her jokes keep you laughing, and her quiet wisdom calms storms.
Joi Francis, as her name suggests, she is a joy to be around. Maybe a bit shy, but quick with the comebacks!
Erisel Cruz, co-founder and web administrator of FCGWL. She is a social media consultant and writer based in Maryland. She’s an avid reader, gamer, Pokemon Master, Slytherin Queen, and secret hedgehog. She is the proud mother of two spoiled Husky/Lab mixes, and hopes to one day own a cat named Minerva. Follow her on Twitter (@EriselCruz) for reviews on video games, movies, and more.