The I Define ME Movement was birthed out of SistaKeeper Empowerment Center founded by Tracie Berry-McGhee in 2002, to empower, inspire, and develop the mind, body, and spirit of our young women into women with a purpose. As a licensed Therapist, writer and motivational speaker she was inspired to incorporate an inspirational, educational curricula, books, journals and social emotional programming for girls empowering them to find their purpose. WE offer counseling to Women & Teen girls and mentoring wellness circles in our school based/Community programs.
Tracie is now a Global EmpowerNista Speaker providing keynotes, for girls and women in educational settings, faith-based churches and for youth organizations. She facilitates seminars, professional development, workshops and conferences offering train- the- trainers to mentors to offer mentoring and therapeutic support circles for young girls in various settings.
As the I Define ME movement continued to grow the vision to empower all girls birthed us into becoming a 501c3 non-profit organization in April of 2004. SistaKeeper Empowerment Center offering prevention, intervention and awareness services to build diversity, leadership and character skills making our young girls aware of issues that impact our communities daily through public speaking and awareness.
Our vision is to break down walls of prejudice, build diversity, self-esteem, and leadership skills. Empowering young girls to become Keeper ambassadors, social activist for their communities, realizing together we can break cycles, and build sisterhood, locally, nationally, and globally.