Dr. Diana Clarke Speaks to Pace Center for Girls – The Public Relations Firm, Inc.

Dr. Diana Clarke, spoke at Pace Center for Girls, her speech focused on Risk Factors for Delinquency and Criminal Activities. She encouraged them to not allow these risk factors to cripple their future, but to become proactive instead of reactive. She shared her personal story on her childhood trauma and the strategic tools she used to overcome them. She challenged our girls to Identify who they are and their full potential, set values and goals, and commit themselves to be self-resilient while working towards achieving their goals, because they have the capacity to foster their own changes for self-improvement. Dr. Clarke also gave three copies of her book, Moving Forward: You, Like Me, Can Overcome, to the school’s library. The students and staffs were very attentive, receptive, and appreciative.

Dr. Clarke is the Founder and CEO of Move Beyond, Inc. a 501c3 tax exempt organization established in 2018. It’s mission is to strengthen communities by empowering young people with knowledge and guidance to reach their full potential through mentorship, education and positive relationships.

Dr. Clarke believes that everyone has a dream and she created to organization to help young people gain access to opportunities that they need to succeed in life. She believes that together, we can help reduce the inequities in our community by focusing on solutions that break down barriers. Once those obstacles are reduced, we can set forth a path of endless possibilities.

For more info on Dr. Clarke or to book for her more speaking engagements, please email Serious inquiries only.

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