Meet Our Founder

Tiffany Brown, of Mount Vernon, NY is a Young, successful Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Mentor and Motivational Speaker. Ms. Brown is a proud Clark Atlanta University Alumni, where she received her Bachelors in Psychology and is currently pursuing her Master's in Social Work. 


Throughout her undergraduate matriculation Ms. Brown realized her passion for education and the opportunities that it can provide, and knowing that value she held her position on the Dean’s List. Being an activist for community support Ms. Brown was on the executive board of the CAU Tri-State club, The Wild Flower Club, as well an active member in the NAACP CAU Chapter.  She continued her passion off campus volunteering  at The Genesis Shelter, St. Jude’s Up til Dawn, The Aid’s Walk of Atlanta, and in Atlanta Public schools. 


After Graduation Ms. Brown continued to mentor youth throughout the community realizing their was a need to the response from the exposure of negative images and environments impacting the futures of our young girls.


In 2013 Ms. Brown acted on that need and Founded The Young Belle Project, Inc. Which is a mentoring and developmental program for At-Risk young girls in Atlanta, GA. Ms. Brown describes her vision as "The Greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change her future by merely changing her attitude." It is with this thought in mind that she has become an advocate for empowering young girls and providing them with hands on experiences that will encourage them to change their perspective on life, by merely understanding themselves and the gifts instilled in them.

Ms. Brown is a strong believer that if you sow a seed it will eventually grow, it may take a day or it may take ten years, but it will grow." Her mission is to sow as many positive seeds in young girls throughout the community so that eventually they will blossom into future leaders of their generation. Her passion and dedication to empowering young women stems from her own experiences and life challenges. She realizes that her triumphs and tragics have made her into the woman she is today. She understands the struggle of finding one-self in such an conforming world. She encourages young women all around the world to invest in their gift, because it is the key to their success and the representation of their uniqueness. 


Ms. Brown currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia where she aims to provide young girls with all the essentials to plan out lives they once  thought they could never achieve.