Elaine Lee, a mentor, author, and an entrepreneur has a passion for helping girls which lead her to starting The Non-profit Girl Link Organization, Inc (GLO). GLO is a program designed to help young ladies learn valuable life skills to be productive in society.
Elaine attended Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL where she received her Bachelors
Degree in Communications and her, MBA from the University of Maryland Global Campus in Maryland.
Her career in the field of mentoring and etiquette training has helped her to strive for
excellence and success in nurturing and empowering our young ladies. She has established herself with the Baltimore and Chicago school system to help shape, empower and uplift young ladies from all ethnic backgrounds. Her mission is to
help mold our young ladies to be Empowered, Confident and Independent young women.
Her local career has been full of many speaking engagements and etiquette classes to young ladies as well as, young men at various colleges, high schools and churches. At GLO, Elaine has developed a curriculum with courses ranging from self-esteem, finances, and domestic skills. She is also an author with workbooks for Elementary, Middle and High School as well as, a book for entering College Freshman. These workbooks are structured guides to help in the transitional stages girls go through as they become young women.
Elaine often says that “knowledge of self goes a long way” and she works hard to teach and empower young ladies they can be whatever they want to be and the only obstacle in the way of their success is them. But most importantly she wants girls to know this one thing, that is to love yourself first.