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Wonderfully Me, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving girls in Chester County, PA and Wake County, NC and their surrounding areas. The empowerment program will educate and encourage young girls ages 8-17 by teaching life skills that will cultivate positive self-confidence, self-worth and self-development.   Our hope is to transform them into purposeful women of courage, character and compassion.    

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Angela White - Founder​

Angela White is the Founder and Executive Director of Wonderfully Me, Incorporated which was founded in March 2017. The organization will provide life skills to girls to embrace their own uniqueness, to promote their self-worth and to encourage positive self-development. Equipped with these skills, her hope is to transform these girls into women of courage, character and compassion that will lead to purposeful and successful lives in their communities.


Angela's passion for serving and helping others has been evident through her community service for over 30 years. She has volunteered her time in many organizations such as the Chester County Food Bank, Chester Chess Penn Family Health Center's Dental Clinic and Coatesville Kids to College. A member of Christian Faith Fellowship in Downingtown, Pa, she chaired multiple community outreach events. 


Angela graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelors of Science of Dental Hygiene. She also holds a Certificate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Public Health Dental Hygiene Practitioner, providing dental care for those who may not have access to care. She is a member of the American Dental Hygiene Association, Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Chester County Chapter, as well as a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Valley Forge Alumnae Chapter.

Young women will be engaged in activities and discussions that promote life skills that focus on self-esteem, character building, decision making, healthy relationships, social media safety, appreciating diversity and communication skills. Samples of topics we will address include:
  •  Wonderfully You

  •  Successful Goal Planning

  •  Exploring Character

  •  Social Media Smarts

  •  Appreciating Diversity


Girls often struggle with low self-esteem, self-worth and poor interpretations of their body image as a result of negative stereotypes of females that continue to persist in our society.  Numerous factors contribute to the low self-esteem struggles experienced by young girls. Exposure to media and unhealthy perceptions of body image resulting from negative stereotypes are often contributors.  Such social pressures often lead to depression, increase teen suicides, drug and substance abuse, bullying, poor academic performance, eating disorders,behavioral issues and unhealthy relationships. 


In some instances, their perceptions of low self-worth and personal insecurities can be attributed to generational messages that have been transferred to them from grandmothers, mothers, aunts and other female role models thus continuing the cycle of low self esteem and poor life choices. Ultimately, when girls experience a positive understanding of themselves early in life, it pays off later in life-showing positive results into womanhood.  This will determine how they treat themselves, how they treat others and how  they allow others to treat them. 

After  years of quiet yearning on how to address issues of self esteem that confront girls in our communities and ultimately the death of my mother and her love for nurturing young ladies, made me realize it was time to act. Meeting with a few ladies who shared my vision at Applebee's in March 2017, Wonderfully Me, Inc. was founded in honor of my mother. 

As a result,Wonderfully Me, driven by a strong desire to help build confidence,to value learning,and to foster a love of self in the lives of girls.


We welcome all girls and will provide a space where girls will uphold their individual self-respect alongside their respect for others.

Click Here to register for the program.

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