G.O girls Inc, a nonprofit organization that provides services for young women who have transitioned out of foster care in to adulthood will host their first annual awards ceremony on March 30, 2019 at 6140 Station Street, Pittsburgh PA 15206. The “On Your Mark, Get Set, G.O! Awards” will honor G.O girls participants and community members from Pittsburgh and surrounding areas, who have turned trials in to triumphs. The sixteen (16) Men and women being honored have all experienced the trials and tribulations that life brings. But, with their strength and resilience they all have managed to overcome their challenges. “We are honored to be able to present awards to 16 of Pittsburgh’s strongest. Each honoree has had a unique experience that has help to shape and mold them into the great individuals they are presently.” Said Brettney Duck, the founding Executive Director of G.O girls Inc. Tickets and program booklet ads for the awards ceremony can be purchased at www.gogirlspa.org .
The honorees are:
• Crystal Gee – Overcomer Award
• Patrice Aaron – Conqueror Award
• Isis Cox – Conqueror Award
• Geneva Harvel – Conqueror Award
• Tyiann Battle – Surmounter Award
• Amber Dent – Surmounter Award
• Chris Edmonds – Surmounter Award
• Shayla Foster- Surmounter Award
• Juan Harris – Surmounter Award
• Jameelah Luster – Surmounter Award
• Clay Moorefield Sr – Surmounter Award
• Monique Smith – Surmounter Award
• Renee Robinson – Surmounter Award
• Victoria Snyder – Surmounter Award
• Keisha Young – Surmounter Award
• Tiffany Turner – Surmounter Award
Duck: “Thank you to G.O girls Board of Directors, honorees, community members, partners, and our corporate sponsor Eat N’ Park Hospitality Group for your continued support of G.O girls Inc. As we
continue to grow as an organization, it wouldn’t be possible without the daily support we receive.”
The awards ceremony flyer is included with this press release. For more information, please email Brettney Duck at email@example.com.
About G.O girls Inc: G.O girls, Inc. was originally started by founder and current Executive Director Brettney Duck, it was her vision to see young women come together to empower each other through volunteerism, peer-support, and solidarity; while still focusing on the importance of being an individual. G.O girls aimed to encouraged young women to “be the change they would like to see”. As time progressed Brettney noticed the lack of services for young women “aging” out of the foster care system. She then decided to change the focus of G.O girls to a population who had a greater need. G.O girls now addresses the critical need for supportive services for young women transitioning from foster care into adulthood.