Led Ladies board is a team of volunteers who work in partnership with Founder & CEO, Monique Levy. They serve to ensure this organization is built in excellence by attending and participating in annual meetings and providing constructive input. These professionals have demonstrated a passion for people in their community and use their expertise and best judgement to confirm that the actions and activities of Led Ladies align with its mission & vision.
Kirsten P. Moore is a 29 year old Baltimore Native. Although an only child, Kirsten grew up with close family members in the household. Kirsten’s upbringing was nurturing and disciplined in which instilled both healthy morals and values in her. By the age of 18 Kirsten lost both of her parents in which created challenges and barriers. Through trials and tribulations, Kirsten learned the true meaning of resilience. Kirsten knows that life can be challenging and believes to successfully navigate through life, it requires a set of transferable skills in order to thrive from setting to setting. Kirsten not only uses this strategy in her everyday life but passes the knowledge onto others in the Baltimore region.
Kirsten obtained her bachelors of Social Work degree in 2016 from the prestigious Morgan State University. Having a extensive history in the healthcare field, Kirsten currently serves as a Program Manager for healthcare Training in Baltimore City for federal and state funding programs. From her expertise, she has started her own consulting company offering contractual services to youth and youth serving agencies. She is an active member in Baltimore city youth committee, Baltimore Practice Advisory, and active volunteer to a number of organizations including Led Ladies non profit organization. As a full supporter of the Led Ladies mission, Kirsten serves as Board President ensuring roles and responsibilities of the board are carried out. Kirsten is devoted to helping those in need. She is hopeful that her passion and commitment to helping others will continue to lead her strength based approach in bringing community residents to self sufficiency.
Stephanie Taylor believes that every living soul deserves to be loved and supported in their journey toward self-efficacy. With over a decade of professional experience in Human Services, Stephanie has had the opportunity to love and support many people in various capacities. Throughout her professional journey she has had the opportunity to work with The Housing Commission of Baltimore City, Coppin State University, Catholic Charities of Baltimore, Baltimore’s Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services and Thread. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Howard University, a Master of Science degree in Human Services Administration from Coppin State University and University of Baltimore’s collaborative program, and graduate level coursework in Theology from St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute and Liberty University.
Stephanie is the proud mother of one athletic, brilliant, and loving son. Through parenting her love and fervor to support and facilitate personal development expanded and deepened.
Her deepest desire is for individuals from all walks of life to be spiritually and emotionally whole and prosperous. Stephanie is an impassioned communicator who uses her gregarious personality, servant heart, loving nature, and charismatic energy to attract people, even the apathetic, to journey with her toward self-actualization.
Danielle Jenkins is a 36-year-old Baltimore Native. Danielle obtained her bachelor’s degree in chemistry and Math in 2005 from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Danielle then received her Graduate Degree in Pharmaceutical Regulatory in 2012 from Johns Hopkins University. Danielle has worked in the Pharmaceutical Industry since graduating college. Her love for helping people and helping to make medicines to cure people has always been her driver while working in this industry. Outside of working in the pharmaceutical industry, Danielle has also had a love for working in the community. She has been a Big Sister and a mentor to young women in inner cities. Danielle has always been an advocate of being a role model to women and loves knowing she is helping someone.
As a full supporter of the Led Ladies mission, Danielle serves as Board Secretary ensuring the Agenda is complete and all Meeting Minutes are carried out including additional communication when needed. Danielle is devoted to helping women and children in need. She is hoping that participating with the Led Ladies organization she can continue to advocate for women in need.