Apprentice Program

The Apprentice Program is a 5 week program designed to pair teen ladies with "Women Business Owners" for hands on training on how to run a successful business.

Our mission is to encourage, inspire, impact, educate, equip, and celebrate Teen Ladies as they journey through their teen years developing as leaders, ambassadors, and entrepreneurs.

Our purpose is to expose teen ladies to the many opportunities available to women business owners, and connect them to those opportunities.

If you are a "Women in Business" and would like to participate in this program call 214.233.5922 or email info@journeyofayounglady.com.

2015 Apprentice "Women in Business" Tamera Nalls, Keller Williams Urban Dallas

Tamera Nalls, is the CEO/Founder of Journey of a Young Lady, Inc. and a Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Urban Dallas. She is the wife of Troy Nalls, and the mother of three wonderful children ages 28, 21, and 17. As a Keller Williams agent Tamera is committed to serving her clients with integrity fueled by a standard of excellence. During this up-turn in real estate there is no better time to buy, sell, or invest in real property. With interest rates low moving into your next home is easier than you think.
What better way to prepare young ladies for life than with the knowledge of Real Estate and the tools to Building Wealth. Journey of a Young Lady and it's team members are committed to ensuring that each Journey teen is equipped with the essential tools needed to move them into womenhood. Tamera believes that opportunities will come, but being prepared is the key to seizing them.

2014 Apprentice "Women in Business" Sabrina Ward, Sabrina Ward Company - P.L.A.S.C.O. Entrepreneur

Sabrina Ward is the Founder/CEO of Sabrina Ward & Company. Sabrina is a social entrepreneur and operates a strategic & operations consulting firm geared towards strengthening American small businesses and nonprofit organizations. As a unique differentiator, Sabrina Ward & Company brings pioneered innovative solutions to address the many challenges that leaders face during launching a new business, operating, improving or expanding an existing business.

Sabrina holds a Bachelor's degree in Logistics, Materials and Supply Chain Management from the University of Memphis. She received a Master's Government Contract Certification and is currently completing her last semester to obtain her Graduate degree in Procurement and Acquisition Management from Webster University. Sabrina is also Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certified and has obtained a host of other certifications in various business areas. Over the last 16 years, she has accumulated a wealth of knowledge, hand-on training and entrepreneurial experience in various Supply Chain sectors ranging from; construction, nonprofit, restaurant, manufacturing, distribution and the service industry with a specialization in Procurement, Sourcing, Acquisition, Construction Management, B2B, Sustainable Business Practices, Contract Management and several Start-up venture

2013 Apprentice Program "Getting Your Product to Market"

"Getting Your Product to Market"

Professioal "Women in Business" will mentor Journey Teen ladies in the areas of:

Market Research
Marketing
Product Design
Product Development
Product Release "The Launch"

Preparing the next generation of "Young Women in Business"

2013 Apprentice Program "Women in Business" Facilitators

Come Join Us! December 14, 2013 Presentations/Holiday Celebration

2012 Apprentice "Women in Business" Frances Jaye - Neo Soul Cafe' Radio/TV


Founder/DJ Neo Soul Cafe' is programmed by Frances Jaye an eclectic, music connoisseur who really knows how to deliver the "IT" to her audience. In 2002 a change did come for the forward thinking, Frances Jaye. Her passion to give the adult listening audience a format of music that they really wanted to hear lead her to create a multimedia movement called Neo Soul Cafe.

Fances Jaye has been featured:
  • Capital Jazz Cruise
  • My Black is Beautiful Tour Resident DJ
  • Featured DJ Essence Music Fest
  • Dr. Ian Smith Make-over Mile Tour Resident DJ
  • Las Vagas Soul Music Festival Fatured Artist
  • "I Rock the Mic" Radio Conference, Moderator
  • Congressional Black Causus

Welcome Frances to the team of professional women making a difference in the lives of our teen ladies.

2011 Apprentice "Women in Business" Fashion Designer - Abi Ferrin

Fashion designer Abi Ferrin became a designer the moment she unintentionally blurted out, “I’m a designer.” At an “industry” party at the ever-trendy Kitson Boutique in Hollywood one night, Abi changed her destiny. That evening, Abi donned one of her very first designs and Extra’s host Dayna Devon noticed. The small screen darling made a beeline for Abi and exclaimed, “Where did you get that top? I love it!” Abi smiled and without thinking, announced, “I made it. I’m a designer.”And, there it was. Dayna Devon said she had to have it. In no time, Abi quit her sales job at a major studio and became a designer. Next, her clothes were featured onExtra, splashed all over the weekly magazines, and celebs like Molly Sims and Rosalyn Sanchez were calling Abi with personal requests.

Abi Ferrin's designs can be found nation wide at Nordstroms. Read More........

2010 Apprentice
"Women in Business"
Shuronda Robinson
Founder/CEO

Session: Think and Grow Rich

Shuronda taught the Teen Ladies how to "Think and Grow Rich"
Shuronda is a second-generation entrepreneur, who grew up in a family that publishes a weekly newspaper in Houston Texas. This upbringing sparked her entrepreneurial spirit and she launched her first business when she was 23 years old. She now owns Adisa Communications, and Joyful Living Center, a coaching and training consulting business where she helps people find their joy and learn how to live from it.
visit: srobinson@makingthingsclear.com

2009 Apprentice
"Women In Business
Karen Manning

Session:
Becoming Junior Buyers

Entrepreneur, art educator and interior designer, Karen Manning has distinguished herself as an institution in the Dallas art and social communities. Since the year 2000 her entrepreneurial dream, the Millennium 2000 Gallery, has served as a distinctive source of authentic African artifacts for the connoisseurs of her impressive and stimulating collection of original imported works of art and prized antiquities.

This dynamic class included: How to run a busniess on Ebay, Steps to becoming a Junior Buyer, and a tour of the World Trade Center, Dallas, Texas.

More Info email: mill2000ssol@aol.com

Participation is Easy

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FREE Business Attire is given to those Teen Ladies in need to get them started on their Journey.

Contact Journey if you know of any teen lady in need of a Business Suit. We can help! 214.447.9006

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