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The Faces of Our Organization

Since our founding in 2020, Girls in Grace has developed and grown in a positive direction. We’re very proud of the diversity of our staff, and their abilities to contribute their own unique experience and skills to our success. Find out more about some of our team members below.

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Elizabeth Keyes


Elizabeth Keyes is a designer, business owner, and motivational speaker. She attends SCAD earning a Bachelors of Fine Arts in fashion design and minor in graphic design. She enjoyes performing arts, public speaking, and coordinating events. She is passionate, professional, and purpose-driven.


Baleigh Thompson

Board of Directors

A recent 2020 graduate of Fisk University, with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology Degree. In my free time i like to journal & create new items for my custom business SipGal Customs LLC. Starting my business was one of the best things I could have done!


Jasmine Moncure

Board of Director

Greetings I am Jasmine A. Moncure. I am a senior biology pre-medicine major at Thee Jackson State University. I currently serve as the Senior Class President for the spring semester.


Madison Keyes

Board of Director 

Madison Keyes is a boss and make-up artist. She enjoys helping others and using her gifts to build the Kingdom of God. She is a recent high school graduate and plans to attend cosmetology school in the fall. Her favorite scripture comes from 1 Peter 3:3-4 which says, " It is not fancy hair, gold jewerly, or fine clothes that should make you beautiful. No, you beauty should come from the inside you- the beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit. That beauty will never disappear. And it is worth very much to God."


Lana Evans


I am a senior at Madison Central Highschool, where I am the senior class president. I am in many clubs and apart of the Varsity Dance team. Outside of school, I am very active in my church and community. At my church, I am apart of an organization called “Girl Talk”, where other sisters in Christ are able to talk and interact with like minded girls. My relationship with the Lord has grown over the years and it is something that I cherish. I love being able to share the Gospel to others.


Amaya Connor

Membership Coordinator

Hey y’all! I am Amaya Raye Conner, a first year candidate for the Doctorate of Pharmacy degree at the illustrious Xavier University of Louisiana’s College of Pharmacy, where I assume leadership roles and actively volunteer my time in the Greater New Orleans area. In my spare time I enjoy journaling and moseying down the aisles of Home Goods, Hobby Lobby, and Marshall’s. I’m your membership specialist, and I’m super excited to serve you! Let’s have a great year, and don’t forget to tell a friend to tell a friend to join the new and upcoming Girls in Grace!


Jennifer Dyse

Executive Mentor

Jennifer Dyse is the Executive Mentor for Girls in Grace. Her goal is to recommend and offer support for the team members of Girls In Grace so they can provide spiritual and emotional support to the promising young women and girls in our community. Jennifer is a Computer Science and Psychology Major and Minor Foreign Language.

Bralecia Williams

Bralecia Williams

Executive Marketing Specialist

Hi my name is Bralecia Williams. I am 22 years old from Bolton,MS. I am majoring in Business Administration. I have a motto that my mother instilled in me, “ If you can believe it, then you certainly can achieve it.” 


Sharon Jimerson

Executive Campaign Manager

Sharon Jimerson is a History and Sociology Major and minor in Pre-Law at Tougaloo College. She is committed to empowering girls and women through education and the arts. She enjoys serving her community to promote gender equity socially, politically, and economically. 


Jasmyne Ross

Graphic Designer

Hi, My name is Jasmyne Ross I’m 18 years old. I attended at Hinds Community college and majoring in graphic design. I enjoy drawing, shopping, and reading.


McKenna Thompson

Social Media Specialist 

McKenna Thompson
Alumni of Jackson Academy
I like to do makeup, spend time with friends, and focus on my passions


Natalie Hampton

Event Coordinator

Natalie Hampton is a junior biology major at Tougaloo College in Jackson, MS. She is invovled in campus activies. Her future plan is to become a doctor in the local community.


Alexis Anderson

Virtual Event Coordinator

Alexis Anderson is a fashion marketing major at Savannah College of Art and Design. She enjoys working within the bridal industry and helping others look beautiful from the inside and outside. She is an upcoming graduate and plans to work with a Tradeshow company and travel around the world to experience meeting others as well as making connections. She has the heart of Christ and gives diligently to her community and enjoys doing outreach. She is a native of Greer, SC and born out of a close-knit household that puts God into everything that they do. Her favorite quote is from Opray Winfrey that says, “Think like a queen, queens aren’t afraid to fail. Failure is another steppingstone to greatness.”


Sophia Kunju Herrera

Director of Merchandise

Sophia Kunju Herrera
Savannah College of Art and Design 
BFA in Fashion Design
MFA in Luxury & Fashion Management 
I love to paint and draw, I’ve always loved fashion and being able to express myself through clothes. As a person with a disability, I love to be an advocate for the community and teach other people about the community and how we see things.


Ndia Brown

Director of Publications

Ndia Brown is a recent high school gradaute. She loves art, photography, and retial.

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