Case Study: Supergirl Shine Foundation

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SuperGirl Shine Foundation, Inc. (SuperGirls) is submitting this application to request designation as an NTEE O50 - Youth Development Program nonprofit public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue tax code. Our organization will provide opportunities for young girls, aged 10 to 17 years, to participate in recreational, cultural, social, civic activities and personal development opportunities with the purpose fo helping these young girls and women develop their potential and grow into healthy, educated, responsible and productive adults. We will accomplish our purpose by offering comprehensive activities for young girls and young women including professional development, education and living skills training, and social function…show more content…
Loretta is an Educator that has extensive experience with developing health and wellness programs for young children and adolescents at local secondary schools. Loretta has a BS degree in Biological Sciences and a Master degree Education. Loretta has held such prestigious positions as Development Director for the University of Houston, Resource Director for the Innovative Alternative, Inc. Counseling Center and Resource Center Director for the American Red Cross as well as a number of positions within the field of education. She gained experience managing and overseeing the operations of nonprofit organizations while working at the Greene County Service Center and the American Red Cross. Loretta founded SuperGirl SHINE Foundation after realizing some of the challenges young girls face while trying to grow up in impoverished neighborhoods through her with young girls through her work with the SuperLady Live Movement. Loretta made a personal commitment to try and change the lives of these young women by empowering them to breakdown the generational and societal barriers they faced by committing themselves to a prosperous future and learning how to make good decisions to achieve that end. As Board President, Loretta will be responsible for for supervising and controlling the affairs of the Corporation and exercising such supervisory powers as may be given by the Board of Directors; performing all duties incident to such…show more content…
Reed, Treasurer. Vanessa is an Accountant with extensive banking experience. She holds a B.A. degree in Business Management-Accounting and currently holds the position of South Texas Community Reinvestment Act Manager for Comerica Bank, Inc., where she has worked for the last 15 years. As Treasurer, Vanessa will be responsible for having charge and custody of all funds of the Corporation, overseeing and supervising the financial business of the Corporation, rendering reports and accountings to the Directors as required by the Board of Directors, and performing all duties incident to the office of Treasurer and such other duties as may be required by law, by the Certificate of Formation, or by these bylaws, or which may be assigned from time to time by the Board of Directors. Vanessa will also be responsible for co-signing for all checking, savings, and investment accounts of the Corporation with the approval of the Board of Directors, designates another member of the Board of Directors or employee of the Corporation as the authorized signatory for particular types of
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