Empowering Women: The Good Girl Project

Beverly Robinson, CEO, Good Girls Project

Founded in 2013, the Good Girl Project, Inc. began as a beacon of hope for women and female adolescents, aiming to inspire, empower, and educate through mentoring relationships. Over time, this initiative has evolved into a multi-dimensional consulting firm, dedicated to taking both consumers and businesses to the next level.

At the heart of the Good Girl Project is a mission to inspire girls and women to fulfill their hopes and dreams, becoming leaders in their homes, careers, businesses, and communities. Through the identification, development, and perfecting of their God-given gifts and talents, the project strives to empower individuals to embrace their true potential and make a positive impact on the world around them.

Led by founder Beverly Robinson, a premiere Evolution Branding Strategist, advocate, mentor, and beauty coach, the Good Girl Project is committed to championing causes that impact girls and women. From supporting victims of domestic violence and human trafficking to advocating for the welfare of children in foster care, the project stands as a pillar of support for those in need.

Beverly Robinson’s extensive experience in the social services sector has fueled her passion for youth and women’s issues. As a Court Appointed Special Advocate and Guardian ad Litem with CASA of Franklin County, she tirelessly fights for the needs of abused and neglected children, seeking to bridge the gaps in the system and create positive change.

As the Good Girl Project continues to grow and evolve, it remains steadfast in its commitment to uplifting and empowering women, one individual at a time. Through mentorship, advocacy, and community engagement, the project is making a tangible difference in the lives of countless women and girls, helping them to realize their full potential and become the leaders of tomorrow.