Thee Black Woman, Inc.

New York, NY, United States



Thee Black Woman, Inc. is a non profit organization consisting of professional women who are dedicated to mentoring and promoting academic excellence for female students of the African diaspora grades 9-12.


Mentorship will provide the guidance needed for these young women to successfully navigate high school and be optimally prepared for the university experience.  Mentees are provided with real world expectations and professional requirements for specific careers as well as scholarships at completion of the program.


Thee Black Woman, Inc. is an intensive mentorship program with a focus on high scholastic achievement and college preparedness.  We aim to foster a spirit of healthy academic competitiveness, community involvement and individual empowerment for female students of the African diaspora from 9th-12th grade within the NY public school system.  We provide tutoring, college scholarships, opportunities for networking as well as challenging the negative images within popular culture of the black woman.


Our vision is a generation of women from the African diaspora unencumbered by race, unhindered by womanhood, and fearlessly taking leadership.

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