INSPIRE ME, INC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is committed to nurturing, educating and empowering teenage girls in the underserved communities of San Joaquin County, California, and surrounding areas. It is important that they are afforded an environment to thrive and develop into young adults who are knowledgeable, equipped and empowered to reach their fullest potential.
To inspire life-long learning for teenage girls in underserved communities through literacy, life skills, relationships, education, activities and empowerment.
To build a community of teenage girls who are knowledgeable, equipped, and empowered to break glass ceilings. 'Be the Best ME.'
Alasha Jiles, God-fearing, wife, mother, daughter, and friend to many, has taken a leap of faith to use her gifts, talents and life experiences to pour into a community of well deserving young people.
Broken and ashamed, pregnant at 16, she was determined to beat the odds. As a successful administrative professional, master’s degree recipient, and mother of 5 (2 bonus kids), she understands the challenges teenage girls face at their most vulnerable and impressionable stage of life, where identity, social status and moral values are challenged. This time period is critical in developing them into young adults who are knowledgeable, equipped and empowered to reach their fullest potential.
‘Be the Best ME’ is what Inspire Me, Inc. is all about. Birthed from a place of being misunderstood, ostracized, and discouraged, Alasha recognizes the need to nurture, empower and educate teenage girls. This is a vulnerable age group that warrants the undivided attention of a community committed to building a culture that fosters trust, communication, consistency, and unconditional love that reinforces their value and self-worth.
Through literacy, life skills, education, and activities that build confidence, resilience, and authentic relationships, Inspire Me, Inc. provides an environment that will nurture, empower, and educate., girls in underserved communities to ‘Be the Best ME.'