Monday MyCom High Five: Congratulations to Saving Our Daughters

December 11, 2023

Saving Our Daughters (SOD) eliminates social barriers that ultimately restrict students’ success in their daily lives as the organization utilizes influential celebrities to help mentor and educate girls beyond the borders of a traditional classroom. Utilizing celebrity mentors allows for girls of multicultural backgrounds to connect to programming in a unique way.

Saving Our Daughters and MyCom partnered in November at Richmond Heights Middle School to host a Behind The Scenes in Careers in Theater, Film, and Television initiative.

The program started in November with highlight visits from WEWS Cleveland reporters Remi Murrey and Camryn Justice.

Remi Murrey is an Emmy-nominated news reporter originally from Detroit. She spoke to the young women about her experiences as a college intern and young reporter in a small market and the choices that led her to a large market in Cleveland during her visit on November 14.

Camryn Justice met with Richmond Heights’ aspiring journalists just before Thanksgiving. She is a sports reporter covering the Browns and many other duties. She discussed growing up in Akron as a Cleveland sports fan, how that influenced her career goals, and how the path to her current role started with taking on very small opportunities in high school and college.

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  • “MyCom Youth Development Initiative aims to engage via education, such amazing out-of-school opportunities as they recognize that youth who are bullied are more likely to feel disconnected from school."
    Curtis Benjamin
  • "MyCom has extended hundreds of youth exceptional opportunities to grow, expand their knowledge and express their voice in so many ways. I can honestly say that the youth are not the only ones who are learning, growing and having wonderful exposure opportunities. This adult is a beneficiary of countless blessing as well."
    Brenda Pryor
    MyCom Coordinator
  • "It was amazing, and really made me think of my community more, and how I can change it"
    Brandan Newton
    Anton Grdina FLOW Participant

MyCom will enact our mission with race and equality at the forefront of our work as we always have. We will use our thought-leadership, funding, advocacy, and network to redesign service delivery. Together we will rethink infrastructure and create solutions that eliminate access to healthcare, cyclical poverty, access to quality education, housing stability, and other barriers that have impacted black lives.

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