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Empowering Dreams: Natasha Lee’s Vision and Purpose By Being That Girl

By Tammy Reese | Friday, February 2, 2024 | 9:42 AM ET




Step into the world of Natasha Lee, a visionary entrepreneur dedicated to empowering men, women, and youth through initiatives like Make Your Dreams Come True (MYDCT Corp) and the impactful Being That Girl brand. In this exclusive feature, Natasha shares her journey, the essence of Being That Girl, and her commitment to uplifting communities. Discover how she cultivates a mindset of confidence, resilience, and authenticity, leaving an indelible mark on the lives she touches.


Please tell us about the work that you do that has given you a sense of vision and purpose.


Natasha: My work is centered around empowering men, women, and youth fostering entrepreneurship, and making a positive impact on my community. Initiatives like Make Your Dreams Come True (MYDCT Corp) and Being That Girl allow me to provide mentorship, business services, and opportunities for personal and professional growth. My vision is to uplift individuals, helping them achieve their dreams and contribute to creating a better world.




We love the Being That Girl brand and community. What does it mean to be That Girl?


Natasha: Being That Girl signifies a mindset of confidence, empowerment, and achievement. It’s about embracing one’s true self, relentlessly pursuing dreams, and supporting others in their journey. To be That Girl means embodying resilience, leadership, and authenticity while making a meaningful impact in one’s community and beyond. It also means being proud of who you are and collaborating with like minded people. Being That Girl means having a spiritual and moral compass that motivates you to love the community abundantly.


How can women get involved with the That Girl Tribe?


Natasha: Women can get involved with the That Girl Tribe by participating in community events, joining mentorship programs, and accessing resources provided by Being That Girl. We are also looking to partner with men and women globally to make a global impact in the realms of entrepreneurship, youth and community.They can engage through social media platforms, attend workshops and seminars, or even become mentors and volunteers, themselves, contributing to the growth and empowerment of others. Create a free membership or enroll in our opportunities at www.iam-thatgirl.com and join our Being That Girl facebook community!


What are you currently working on? 


Natasha: Currently, I’m focused on expanding the reach and impact of Being That Girl, both as a clothing brand and as a platform for mentorship and business services. Additionally, I continue my work with MYDCT Corp and Wix Detroit, supporting businesses through various services such as project management, marketing, website, strategy and social media marketing, to name a few.




What else would you like our readers to know about you? 


Natasha: I love Jehovah and Jesus with my entire soul. I do everything for the benefit of my children, Rashard, Nathan and Tia. They will always be my favorite people in the entire world. I genuinely love to love other people through words and by fine works.


What are you most excited about for 2024? 


Natasha: In 2024, I am absolutely thrilled about the upcoming Being That Girl Day of Empathy, scheduled for March 1st from 11:30 am to 9:00 pm at the Little Caesars Arena, in partnership with the Detroit Pistons. This event promises to be an unforgettable experience for Michigan’s youth.


We’ve organized a full day of engaging activities, starting with a Community Basketball Tournament that brings together youth, artists, and community leaders in friendly competition. Following the tournament, we’ll host a Youth Empowerment Fair, providing resources and support to help young individuals thrive.


Throughout the day, attendees can look forward to hearing from special guests and speakers who will inspire and motivate them to reach their full potential. And to cap off the festivities, we’ll enjoy watching the Detroit Pistons games from the comfort of the Gondola Suites and Northend Club, creating lasting memories in a premier sports venue.


I am truly excited about the opportunity to bring together youth from diverse backgrounds and provide them with a day filled with fun, empowerment, and inspiration. This event represents the essence of Being That Girl — empowering the next generation to dream big and achieve their goals.


Schools, Nonprofits, Youth Groups, Homeschool students are all encouraged to attend.

Further we will be facilitating a special awards partnered with the Detroit Pistons on 313 Day, for our 5th Annual Being That Girl Awards, 313 special edition. Get all details from www.iam-thatgirl.com



 

Owner of Visionary Minds Public Relations and Media, Tammy Reese is an award-winning writer and journalist best known for landing major interviews with Angela Bassett, Sharon Stone, Sigourney Weaver, Laurence Fishburne, Geena Davis, Billy Porter, Morris Chestnut, Nelly, Mona Scott Young, Giancarlo Esposito, Luke Evans, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Jennifer Connelly, Joseph Sikora, Meagan Good, Leon, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Phylicia Rashad, Omar Epps, Courtney Kemp, Vivica A Fox, Ryan Coogler, and so many more.


She is a proud member of ForbesBLK as well as New York Women in Film and Television.


Other articles by Tammy Reese in Vision & Purpose LifeStyle Magazine.



 



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