Monthly Archives: January 2015

Success Secrets for College-Bound Women: How to Build New Relationships with Other Women

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How to Build New Relationships with Other Women

When creating new relationships in college, see other young women in your life as allies and not enemies. If you looked at the next woman as yourself, how would you treat her differently?  If you focused on collaboration instead of competition, how would your interactions with other women change?

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Success Secrets for College-Bound Women: How to Prevent Sexual Assault

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Sexual assault  is a reality in today’s world.  According to the The Campus Sexual Assault Study, one in five college women are victims of completed or attempted sexual assault while in college.  College women and older women alike have to be vigilant to help to keep themselves safe.

Some steps in sexual assault  prevention may seem… Continue reading

New YEAR, New GIRL!: Author to Guide Girls to Greatness with Goal Planning Seminar for High School Seniors

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Philadelphia, P.A. 19121 January 2, 2015 -Lacey C Clark! CEO, Sisters’ Sanctuary and author of Phenomenally U: A Young Woman’s Guide to being Safe, Smart, and Successful in College will facilitate a goal planning seminar for girls who will graduate from high school and enter college in 2015. “Phenomenally U: Girl!, Get Your Goals Right in 2015”, will take… Continue reading



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What People Are Saying!

    Sisters' Sanctuary's "Phenomenally U Program Proves Transformational for Young Sisters" -Rolling Out

    "U are phenomenal! Thankful for the work that you do! #blessed #purposedriven" Emmy Nominated Host (NBC), Lori Wilson

    "Great work you are doing Lacey!" -Fatin Dantzler, One Half of Kindred the Family Soul

    " My girlfriends and I attended Phenomenally U . I was so impressed. You touched on so many issues that I preach about to these teens as well as older women. This event was just confirmation to my soul. I really don't have much to say but you did an AWESOME JOB!" - C. Parker

    " I really enjoyed how we actually learned that Reality TV isn't real and how girls alter themselves to be like them. Girls think that it's alright to have sex and fight. That's not ladylike. Girls are not respecting themselves and I learned that from Phenomenally U." -A.J., 13 yrs

    "You did a Phenomenal Job! All girls of all ages should be hearing what you have to say. It is crucially important that they listen and take in this nutrition for the body, mind, spirit, soul and heart." -C. Carissa Parks

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The Documentary, "...And in Search of my Phenomenal."