Shareah Dye

Alumnus and Assistant Facilitator

Deciding to join STEPS as the Assistant Facilitator was easy for me. I felt like it was the best way I could come back and give to the very people who did so much for me growing up. As a young woman, STEPS was there for me every bit of the way. I believed, and continue to believe, in this organization. When I see at least one girl really grasping all the knowledge we share during our sessions, that lets me know I made the right choice by coming back to STEPS.


Nicole Wheeler

Lead Facilitator and Assistant Facilitator

Deciding to become a part of the STEPS family was one of the best decisions I have ever made. Being a teacher at West Side Middle School, one of the places where this program is held, I can see there is a demand for young girls to have a place where they feel comfortable with one another, and have that strong support system with adults and peers, and that is what STEPS is doing. We have the opportunity to guide these girls in the right direction, achieving their goals, and preparing them for the future. Every girl deserves to have this opportunity, and now having the opportunity to lead the new program for sixth grade girls has motivated me to make sure every girl has the chance to make this their family, too!

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