It’s time to end societies damaging gender stereotypes & unite as one to advocate for, inspire, and empower girls impacted by bullying, subjugation & violence.

This is NOT a Woman’s Issue! This issue impacts us all.

It’s time to end the oppression of each other for personal gain, power, or self-gratification.

  • Speak up and speak out

  • Promote individualism and equality

  • Stand against all forms of abuse
  • Challenge stereotypes and all forms of subjugation

Life is an Echo – What You Send Out Comes Back!

I want my echo to make a wave of impact. That’s why I asked my Mom to help me create #PINKLOGIC.

This initiative is not about me. It’s about taking a stand for what I believe in and about making a difference for Girls around the World.

We are not all sugar and spice as my Mom constantly reminds me. We are not fragile or fearful unless taught to be.

We are innovators, creators, educators, and leaders. We are the future and that future – when we work together – will be limitless!

“Being confident and believing in your own self-worth is necessary to achieving your potential.”

Sheryl Sandberg • Chief Operating Officer, Facebook

“I do know one thing about me: I don’t measure myself by others’ expectations or let others define my worth.”

Sonia Sotomayor • Associate Justice, Supreme Court, USA

“A gender-equal society would be one where the word ‘gender’ does not exist: where everyone can be themselves.”

Gloria Steinem,

“Achieving gender equality requires the engagement of women and men, girls, and boys. It is everyone’s responsibility.”

Ban Ki-moon,


One way to look at the progress of a society or even of civilization itself is to see that progress in terms of the development of moral values and how we see and relate to one another.

The moral underpinnings of our society have undergone gradual change over its history, but we have a long way to go.


The perception that women are less qualified & less competent than men; a disruption to social order rather than a benefit


Prejudice & discrimination based on gender, especially against women and girls • stereotypes & gender roles


Economic, career advancement & opportunity inequality + unequal caregiving responsibilities and expectations


Normalization of disgusting, demeaning statements to & about women + limiting or working to reverse women’s rights

We still accept these behaviors as “just the way it is…”

You may say that your kids (girls and boys) don’t even know the words patriarchy, sexism, inequality, or misogyny. That’s part of the problem. It is crucial for all of us to talk about these things openly and to understand what these terms mean and how they affect others and to stop “normalizing” these attitudes and behaviors. That’s when real change will occur. 

Change starts with a Commitment

I am committed to using my platform to not only inspire, empower, advocate for all Girls but, to also support those who continue to strive for change; and who work to positively impact or impart change in the lives of Girls + Women at home and around the Globe.

To help make that a reality, $3 (three dollars) from the sale of each piece of my #PINKLOGIC merchandise will be donated to a predetermined non-profit organization that supports the empowerment, education, equality, health, and wellness of women ( and children ).


Featured Organization


Kids Kicking Cancer’s Mission is: to ease the pain of very sick children while empowering them to heal physically, spiritually, and emotionally.

Why I’m Supporting this Amazing Organization?

Even though, Kids Kicking Cancer is not focused on the empowerment of girls and women specifically, they are making a huge difference in the lives of “children”. This has a massive positive impact on their families as well.

All services provided by Kids Kicking Cancer are at no cost to the children and families. They are 100% free of charge. Children 3 years & older, and their siblings are eligible for the program. .

Kids Kicking Cancer is a global organization dedicated to lowering the pain of children through the teaching of martial arts as a therapy and that I love!

They started in 1999 with ten children at Children’s Hospital of Michigan and are now empowering over 5,000 children in 48 hospitals in 5 countries, including my own City!



As long as patriarchy, sexism, misogyny & inequality persist, none of us can truly rest. It doesn’t take much to create positive change, but it will take action and open communication. Grab some merch or consider making a direct donation. Let’s end the acceptance of these behaviors, wake the nations and start making the difference…together!