WHO WE ARE

Exposher, Inc., founded in 2008 is a 501(c)3 nonprofit mentorship organization for high-school girls in the Greater Los Angeles area. Our programs and services focus on academic excellence, career achievement, and personal development.


Our primary objective is to bridge gaps often experienced by girls from underserved communities, offering safe environments that cultivate creativity, passion, and self-care.


Exposher’s mantra is to empower girls to reach their fullest potential with access to education, careers, mentorship, community, sisterhood, travel, and building life skills.


Exposher believes that transparent, open, and intimate conversations with activities help to prepare girls for womanhood and elevate them through life’s challenges.

 

OUR MISSION

Our Mission is to provide resources that help girls identify diverse career paths.

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OUR VISION

Our Vision is to influence educated, career minded girls who will be excellent citizens in their community.

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OUR GOAL

Our Goal is to empower and expose girls to new experiences and environments.

 

"We believe girls become women who embrace who they are, define their future, and change the world."

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OUR FOUNDER

Chavonne Stewart is an American vocal instrumentalist, entrepreneur, community advocate, and philanthropist from South Central LA. 

 

Unlike most girls from her hometown, Chavonne was fortunate enough in high school to experience life outside of the inner-city and embraced every opportunity available.  Chavonne's exposure to the world inspires the foundation of ExposHER's mission to give girls access to the same opportunities for success.  
 

“I want them to know that someone believes in them, and they can achieve anything they set their minds to achieve.”

 

My passion is to facilitate mentorship programs, activities, and events that promote life-changing experiences to remind girls that they don’t have to succumb to the type of lifestyle they’ve seen in their neighborhoods.  I've found that exposing girls to new environments and cultures ignites their ability to dream and reiterates their value, beauty, and mindset to imagine life beyond their daily routines.