Protect Your Temple
Synopsis of workshop:
In this workshop, girls of all ages will learn about puberty. During our conversations we will examine the age range of puberty, and the effects that puberty can have on their emotions, identity, and bodies.
Furthermore, through peer discussions and scenarios, young adults in attendance will examine the impact of puberty, understand how their bodies and emotions work during puberty, learn about tools that can assist, and discover ways in which they can seek support if puberty is challenging for them.
Aslynn (Lynn) Earl who earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Columbus State University is a highly regarded Philanthropist and Health Advocate who has dedicated her career to empowering young women through education and access to essential products. As CEO of Organic Living and Customs by Lady A, she has leveraged her education and expertise to create safe and sustainable feminine products for women of all ages.
In addition to her work in the private sector, Lynn is also the founder and executive director of Princess and a Pad, a nonprofit organization committed to combating period poverty. Through this organization, Lynn has worked tirelessly to provide safe, organic, plant-based feminine products and school supplies to those in need, ensuring that no young lady misses an important test, study session, or any day of school due to the lack of normal school or menstrual supplies.
Lynn's commitment to empowering young women goes beyond the distribution of essential products. She has also joined many in the fight to end the negative stigma surrounding the menstrual cycle, through her mental, self-love, and menstrual workshops. These workshops are designed to educate everyone about the powerful female reproductive system. Her aim is to empower young ladies to not be ashamed of their body, and how it changes during that time of the month, so that every young lady can live their fullest and happiest life.
Lynn's passion and dedication to the health and well-being of young women has made her a respected figure in her community and beyond. Her work has garnered numerous accolades, and she continues to inspire others through her commitment to social justice and education.
Intro to my nonprofit Princess and a Pad:
Princess and a Pad, Inc. is a teen health and empowerment nonprofit organization based in Ellenwood, GA that provides mental and menstrual health educational programs, period poverty advocacy, and provides at little to no cost feminine menstrual hygiene kits and traditional school supplies. For more information, visit: princessandapad.org
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