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Youth In Action ‘in sight and ready to Fight’

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Persistence Helps Achieve Strength Enhancing Success

‘E Phases’ is a mentoring program designed specifically with the thought of inner-city youth in mind.  Founder, CEO Katheryn Clark-Thompson, wife, mother, counselor, and advocate desires to assist the youth of today achieve and maximize the potential within themselves.  Clark-Thompson counsels and advocates for young men and women daily in the crisis intervention arena.  After pacing for 14 years to complete a higher education, obtaining a Doctorate in Religious Counseling from Gospel Ministries Outreach Theological Institute, she is now focused on giving men, women and youth access to knowledge and tools required to achieve. On all levels the focus is locating the potential and realizing through acquired knowledge the purpose.

Monique Davis, E Phases Program Director, graduate of Texas Southern University with a Bachelor in Social Work stands to teach the benefit of hard work and dedication.  Currently, as a Youth Advocate and Community Living Specialist, Davis has over 2,500 hours of helping at-risk youth and community development projects.  

Level One Fitness’ Owner, CEO, Certified Personal Trainer, Mentor, Life Coach Kentavious Jones.  ‘Level One Fitness’ Youth Sports Development Head Coach Jones, earned a B.A. in Communications from Texas Sothern University.  Jones was an intern of the Sports Information and Community Development Program at Texas Southern University.

Together, the founding program trio of Clark-Thompson, Davis and Jones anticipate watching inner-city youth take on the six ‘E Phases’ and celebrate with each mentee as they graduate from E Phase to E Phase.  ‘E Phases’ will celebrate with youth on each achieved phase and individual goals. 

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