On behalf of the Steve Fund and Bennett College, we are delighted to extend a joint invitation to the Steve Fund’s 3rd annual Girls and Young Women of Color Convening. We aim to engage young women of color in a discussion centered on forming healthy relationships, setting healthy boundaries, and building positive and affirming relationships with loved ones and community members. The discussion aims to equip young women of color with the awareness and skills to protect their mental health and well-being as they navigate familial, social, and societal relationships. The convening will inspire young women of color to practice self-love, self-respect, and agency within their relationships.

This event celebrates and empowers girls and young women of color and promises to be an inspirational and transformative experience. We would be honored to have your participation.

Monday, April 22nd, 2024
11:00 – 1:00 PM ET
Global Learning Center at Bennett College
521 Gorrell St, Greensboro, NC 27406

Dr. Suzanne Ellise Walsh (President of Bennett College) will lead a Fireside Chat with honored guest Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, Host and Founder of Therapy for Black Girls.

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford is a Licensed Psychologist, Speaker, Founder, and CEO of Therapy for Black Girls and host of its wildly popular mental health podcast. She’s also the author of Sisterhood Heals: The Transformative Power of Healing Community. Her work focuses on making mental health topics more relevant and accessible for Black women. She specializes in creating spaces for them to have fuller and healthier relationships with themselves and others.