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Our Team

At Confident Girl Mentoring, we take a whole-child approach.  Our staff is Certified in Youth Mental Health First Aid and Restorative Circle Practices. We create a culture centered around family values and trauma-informed practices that improve self-esteem and confidence, family and community engagement, and improved long-term health outcomes.  We embrace organizational  diversity as a core value.

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Tiffany Lewis is the visionary founder and president of the Confident Girl Mentoring Program, Inc., a transformative organization dedicated to empowering young women. Tiffany Lewis was moved to establish the Confident Girl Mentoring Program by her deep-seated passion for empowering young women, particularly those of black and brown communities. Drawing from her personal experiences, Tiffany sought to create a supportive environment that fosters self-esteem, confidence, and leadership skills. She recognized the struggles that young girls faced in her community, especially during challenging times when schools were closed and after-school activities were canceled. This insight, coupled with her expertise in youth mental health and restorative practices, propelled her to initiate a program that would not only address immediate needs but also lay a foundation for long-term success and community change. Tiffany's vision was to help the next generation of leaders heal, inspire, and connect with others, turning personal challenges into powerful narratives of triumph and resilience. Her work has not gone unnoticed, earning her a Congressional Record for her advocacy in youth development and a position as the Advisory Board Chairwoman for the Erie County Commission on the Status of Women. Tiffany Lewis stands as a beacon of hope and a testament to the power of a clear vision and unwavering purpose.

Youth Leadership

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Youth Deputy Director, Nasiyah. At a young age, Nasiyah had a passion for speaking. At age six, she used her voice to advocate at the Women's March in Buffalo, NY. She later attended a panel discussion with distinguished professors on tobacco laws and raised a point on how others can show empathy in marginalized communities. Nasiyah is an E3 Menstrual Health Equity Ambassador, advocating for reproductive rights. When she is not studying, she is practicing her jump rope skills, spending time with family, or creating TikTok videos.

Our Volunteers

Our dedicated volunteer champions are leading the charge. Their dedication to community, family, and education assists in providing the best care for our participants. Their diverse background and leadership skills are what drive the organization to success!

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