Sixteen-year-old high school student Kennedi C. Carter decided to help change her community by empowering girls. She first got the bug to make a change in her community when she decided to do something about homelessness around her. She wanted to help veterans and their families so she cofounded her first nonprofit with her brother, mybrotherskeepernola.org. But Kennedi wanted to do more for young girls since she lives by the mantra, “you were put on earth to make a contribution.” Kennedi believes that you weren't created just to consume resources - to eat, breathe, and take up space. God designed you to make a difference with your life.
“Whenever you serve others, you are actually fulfilling one of your purposes in life. You were placed on this planet for a special assignment. My special assignment is to help teenage girls understand, use and grow the power that is inside of them.”
- KENNEDI CARTER
Our vision is to create a positive ripple of change by empowering young women. We believe that if more young women gain business, social and economic freedom, the world will become a more equal, ethical and balanced place.
Our goal is to make a difference in the lives of high school girls within our community. We will do this through meetings, seminars, social media, and mentoring by working with charities and social enterprises that are already making a difference to women and girls. We support them to make an even bigger difference to the number of girls they impact. In this way, we are creating a multiplier effect of change.