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Upcoming Events


Gather the girls and join us for GGI's Slumber Party! We give the girls the opportunity to have fun and empower themselves, creating unforgettable experiences. At GGI, we strive to create a safe and inviting environment that encourages our young girls to reach for the stars.


Our slumber parties are full of fun activities, music, and games that help foster positive relationships and create lasting memories. Pizza, snacks, and drinks will be provided to keep everyone energized throughout the night. Most importantly, we create a safe space for the girls to express themselves and have a great time!

Please RSVP at (678) 913-3073

Saturday-Sunday, June 2-3, 2023

Kingdom Dominion Church

451 West Bankhead Hwy, GA 30180 

6:00 PM - 9:00 AM


We can't wait to see you at GGI's Happy, Healthy, & Whole Conference on July 15th! This event is designed for girls ages 12-18 who want to learn, grow, and connect with other girls.


Our conference will be packed with exciting activities, inspiring speakers, and opportunities to make new friends. We'll have breakout sessions on topics like self-care, leadership, and goal-setting. You'll also get to hear from successful women who will share their stories and insights. But that's not all! You'll have the chance to win prizes and take home some awesome swag.


Don't miss out on this amazing event! Register now to secure your spot and get ready to glow up with us!

Saturday, July 15, 2023

Restoration Rome

1400 Crane Street, Rome, GA 30161 

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

CONGRATULATIONS to Glowing Girls' Founder and CEO, Kimberly Tibbs for receiving the ICCM Educator Award in
Chattanooga, TN!

Thank you for leading with such love and light. You have been a positive influence in the lives of GGI and we are truly grateful for your hard and dedication!

What We Do

Glowing Girls Inc. Atlanta (GGI) has served young women in the metro Atlanta area for more than eight years. With a vision to make a positive difference in the lives of young women, founder Kimberly Tibbs set out to educate, empower, and prepare them for their future. Research revealed that low self-esteem within the age group of 12 – 18-year-old African American females produced higher teen pregnancies and increased suicides. To remedy this, Tibbs uses skills she acquired from seventeen years of teaching, a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction, and a passion for helping girls grow and develop to organize programs, write curricula and recruit a volunteer base to address these issues.


Annual conferences have seen hundreds of young ladies trained, inspired, and motivated to believe in and walk out their destinies. Girls experience insights to support strong self-esteem, gain awareness, and are introduced to relatable topics that stimulate conversation. To be genuine and honest is a recurring theme of these sessions. 


Glowing Girls has established chapters in Villa Rica, Rome, and Atlanta, Georgia. Every 30 days, girls from various backgrounds and faiths are celebrated, taught, and trained. Within these sessions, the legacy and spirit of each girl are developed, creating worth, scholarship, and goodwill.


GGI has written and implemented a curriculum that embodies the six key characteristics of a Glowing Girl. The six characteristics are Confidence, Being Positive, Being Passionate, Being Respectful, Honesty, and Lovely. Each session is geared toward educating and motivating young women to be the best they can be and recognize their potential and value. The sessions are taught with creativity, interactive activities, media, and using art. These six characteristics are embedded as guiding principles to shape the program's desired outcome.


Our goal is to expand GGI into the city of Atlanta continuing our service to young ladies in the foster care community.

Our Goal, Vision & Commitment

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“If you are always trying to be normal, you’ll never know how amazing you can be.” 

Maya Angelou

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