http://raleighprintingandgraphics.com/wp-content/plugins/speed-contact-bar/public/assets/images/facebook.svg There is an experiential empowerment cycle of women of all ages. Inch by Inch Empowerment is cracking through this cycle and working with tween and teen girls to help them believe in themselves, even when they think no one else does. Foundation and investigation in stage 1, exploring and experiencing in stage 2, and sharing your new wisdom in stage 3.
Each age division of Inch by Inch Empowerment works at all 3 stages.
Have Inch by Inch Empowerment help the teen and tween girls in your life believe in themselves again, even when they think no one else does.
Aime Hutton the founder of Inch by Inch Empowerment has over 15 years working with youth/tweens/teens from all walks of life. She wants girls and women to not experience what she did ever again. Severe bullying as a youth/tween, and also being in an abusive relationship in her university life.
Between 2012 and 2015 till it closed Aime was also the Canadian Ambassador for the Freedom and Empowerment Campaign. This was a campaign to help give support for those who have been through domestic abuse/dating violence. Aime today still speaks openly to teens and young adults about healthy relationships, and her own experience of dating abuse and stalking. With this, Aime also writes a monthly column for the Canadian Center for Abuse Awareness. She writes the column called “Youth Booth”, writing topics for teens about healthy relationships, bullying, and other topics sometimes in blunt and short sentences to keep it simple for teens.
As an International Best Selling Author, Aime writes about her own experiences of being in business, overcoming life challenges, and empowering the next generation to be brave, bold, and celebrate being themselves.
What really is at Aime’s core though is empowerment and resiliency. Aime loves empowering women and girls to never give up, to keep going no matter what. This can be seen with Aime’s core keynote talks. Aime was born 3 months early in 1976, and was given a 24hr chance of survival because her birth weight was 1 pound 12 ounces. She gives 3 simple keys to keep going in life no matter what.