The L.O.V.E. Project of NC Inc is a non-profit empowerment and leadership development program serving young ladies ages 6- 21, In the Greater Charlotte and surrounding area. The L.O.V.E. Project of NC strives to enhance lives of young women by providing enrichment programs, workshops and events to help improve academic achievement, colle
The L.O.V.E. Project of NC Inc is a non-profit empowerment and leadership development program serving young ladies ages 6- 21, In the Greater Charlotte and surrounding area. The L.O.V.E. Project of NC strives to enhance lives of young women by providing enrichment programs, workshops and events to help improve academic achievement, college and career preparation , as well as opportunities to help serve in the community.
”Our program results in an increase of spirituality, self-confidence, courage, educational and personal development.
JUDGEMENT FREE ZONE
To have a positive impact on the development of young ladies world wide.
Incorporated: July 15 2019
The Love Project is dedicated to educating, inspiring, and activating a change to holistic health, love and happiness for young people.
Listen: Listen to each other
Overcome: Overcome different obstacles
Value: Value your worth/yourself
Empower: Empower each other
The Love Project is committed to helping adolescents of color, improve their overall developmental wellness by providing information, tools, and guidance to create a purposeful, healthy, and wholesome life.
The Love Project believes all young people have the inalienable right to reach their personal, social, academic, and career potential free from attitudinal and systemic barriers (race, religion, gender, and ethnicity).
Danielle Fleming graduated from Livingstone College with a BA in Business Administration. She has been working for the Exceptional Children (EC) department at Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools for 8 years. Danielle has been working with individuals with disabilities for over 13 years, and mentoring youth since college.
She is a loving, caring, positive, educated, goal motivated individual. She loves spending time with her family, cooking, listening to music and working out.
At an early age, Danielle knew her mission in life was to work with youth and individuals with disabilities.
" WITH GOD FIRST ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE"
LaShica Hemingway is a full-time School Counselor with Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and a part-time
Mental Health Therapist with Better Help. She has over 20 years of professional counseling experience.
Her educational background includes a Master’s Degree in Agency Counseling (Webster University) and
School Counseling (University of North Carolina Charlotte). She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree from
Winthrop University in Sociology with a minor in Psychology.
LaShica is a NC Licensed Professional Counselor. She is also a National Board Certified Counselor and
National Board Certified School Counselor.
LaShica loves to play softball, lift weights, and traveling in her spare time. She enjoys spending time
with her two lovely children, Kenly and Kayden. Helping those in need has been a lifelong mission of
Charlotte native Na'Brittany Purvis is passionate about giving to other children & young adults the support she received as a child. She currently works with CMS students, providing literacy intervention. Na'Brittany has experience in various backgrounds, including educating children with intellectual & developmental disabilities. Currently she is pursuing her degree in social work science at Johnson C. Smith University, she looks forward to being a social worker where she can continue to give back within her community. She is a wife and mother to one child.
Jacqueline Patterson has actively been involved in combating the disparity of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among adults and youth of color in North Carolina since 2002. As an activist she has been at the helm of several interventions of HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention among adults and youth, including; providing HIV/AIDS case management services in rural communities, founding an HIV/AIDs peer-advocacy program for youth and speaking locally, regionally, and nationally about the disproportionate impact of sexually transmitted infections. She has now added mental illness to her platform. Her passion to ensure the health and well-being in communities of color through the development of viable community partnerships and collaborations continues to be the fuel that ignites her.
She is completing her degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and has received two bachelors; one in educational studies from Belmont Abbey College and the other in business administration from North Carolina Central University.