The J. Rose Project Celebrates 5 Years of Changing the Lives of Young Girls

The J. Rose Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a positive, supportive, & empowering network for girls, celebrates their 5th Anniversary.

Online PR News – 07-October-2015 – Chicago, IL – The J. Rose Project, a non-profit organization - dedicated to providing a positive, supportive, and empowering network where girls are taught how to overcome the social issues that shape & impact their growth into womanhood - will celebrate their 5th Anniversary by hosting their annual, “I AM SHERO” Summit, on November 7, 2015, 8am - 2:30pm at Rauner College Prep 1337 W. Ohio Street Chicago IL 60642. This year’s theme,“I’m Feeling Myself”, will afford middle and high school aged girls with an opportunity to connect and interact with leaders of the community who will speak to the importance of self-love and self-preservation in the journey to a happy and successful life. Registration is $10 for each girl and is available online at until October 30, 2015. Event day registration will also be available. Both individual and group registration is welcomed.

The 2015 “I AM SHERO” Summit is comprised of interactive sessions and workshops where girls will learn about creating healthy lifestyles and planning for their futures and the importance of loving and being themselves. This year's theme, "I’m Feeling Myself", promises to capture the excitement and energy of what it means to be truly confident and embrace self-esteem as a lifestyle! Workshops will include an opening fitness & health workout session, a conversation on vision & affirmations, a panel on social media, a conversation about violence, and our keynote address. Speakers include local leaders & experts as well as surprise celebrity guests! The day will end with our Girl Expo featuring booths from colleges, universities, organizations, vendors, a social media center, and giveaways!

About The J. Rose Project
With a mission to empower girls of various social, economic, racial and academic backgrounds, the J. Rose Project aims to encourage strength & individuality, through the development and implementation of cutting-edge and thought provoking programs. Each interaction is to affirm to each girl the message that she is strong, fierce, and brilliant in mind, body, and spirit. Self-esteem has become the foremost crisis for teen girls in this country; more specifically for middle & high school girls of color. Ultimately, the majority of young girls are suffering from low self-esteem, and it is affecting all areas of their lives. Despite the daily negative images perpetuated by mass media and the misogynistic views of popular culture, it is our goal to empower girls to strive for excellence and high standards in every aspect. This organization was founded with the understanding that our society is not always a safe place for girls. They are often ignored, demeaned, and weakened. Therefore, we are ALL charged to be advocates for and promoters of stronger self-images, abstinence & sexual responsibility, and higher education for our daughters. Through focused programs, encouraging mentors, and empowering events, the J. Rose Project aims to provide middle and high school female minorities with a supportive and encouraging network. The J. Rose Project is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization – all donations and contributions are tax-deductible.
If you are interested in participating in the “I AM SHERO” Summit, please register at For more information or if you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact us To stay connected with The J. Rose Project, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @JRoseProject .

Contact Information
Jennifer L. Reid
The J. Rose Project
1337 W. Ohio Street
Chicago IL, 60642