An impressive program in Brevard County helping young women, this organization enriches the lives of teenage girls through education, motivation, and encouragement. Founded in May of 2002, Sekia Mackenzie recognized a critical need for new ways to deal with the issues facing a good many young girls today.

By building self-esteem, self-motivation skills and a commitment to community service, Sekia helps to enhance young women’s lives and help them to make positive, life changing decisions. Ms Mackenzie holds an Associate Degree in Biblical Studies and a Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Counseling from R.F.M. Christian Bible College in Melbourne, Florida. The Reality Check Program applauds Sekia for what she is doing for young ladies in Brevard County.

Contact Sekia at 321 952-3787 or for more information.

Left to right: Cassandra Harper, Shawntavia Minuent, Antoinette Wade, and Sekia Mackenzie, founder, and director of the Young Ladies Club. Members visited the West Melbourne Heath and Rehabilitation Center on New Haven Avenue to spend some holiday time with the senior citizens there.

Members of the Young Ladies Club pose for a group shot during their visit to the West Melbourne Heath and Rehabilitation Center, on New Haven Avenue. Sekia Mackenzie, the founder and director, is second from right, in the front row.