Testimonials

We can brag about ourselves all day long. But we won't do that. See what others are saying about the power of Bring It Push It Own It's vision. 

 
 
Ladies leading mentor groups

Ladies leading mentor groups

GIRL POWER

"AMAZING group of women and girls!!! I am so grateful to have found this group. I highly recommend them to anyone who has a daughter. You will be welcomed with open arms and hearts. They are full of positivity, courage, motivation and acceptance. This amazing group provides such an important message about self-love, courage, integrity and all things GIRL POWER!!! Nothing intimidating. You feel like your meeting up with old friends. Tishamarie is AWESOME!!! I have so much respect and gratitude for her kindness and generosity. Thank you!"

--Jennifer Neumann, parent


The power of beauty

"Beauty is EVERYWHERE! In people, animals or places. In some people you have to look very deep because some people shield themselves, but everyone has beauty"

-- Madylin, Bring It Lady

Madylin embrassing her "flaws" and seeing the reality of her beauty

Madylin embrassing her "flaws" and seeing the reality of her beauty


Kayla learning to practice healthy self-love

Kayla learning to practice healthy self-love

Meet new people

"Bring It is a wonderful experience for girls. It gives girls a chance to meet people that don't come from similar backgrounds or share the same story"

--Nicole, Kayla's Mom


Dad's know best

"What an excellent program for young ladies! As the father of 3 daughters, I can not tell you the value of this program. Bring-it not only challenges them physically but mentally as well. Whether they know it or not, the girls are learning to set goals, and through their hard work and dedication to achieve and reach new heights. I have witnessed firsthand the benefits of Bring-it, like when my daughters conquered challenges that they did not think was possible.

Today, more than ever, it is important that young ladies learn to believe in themselves, work together and build each other up while doing so. Bring-it provides the tools for these ladies to take what they learn and apply it moving forward."

--Antonio Gonzales, parent

Antonio's Bring It Daughters

Antonio's Bring It Daughters


Daryan learning the power of lifting others up through empowering herself

Daryan learning the power of lifting others up through empowering herself

From the beginning

"I was part of the first group of girls to be mentored. It was my Freshman year of high school and I was really unhappy with life. Although I didn't know then, it would grow to be one of the most important things to me. My sophomore year, I started as a mentor in training. I loved it and loved that it was helping me get out of my comfort zone. Junior year, I became the head mentor. I loved that i was able to experience being in a leadership position. I started to go out in my own and get sponsors for a group that meant so much to me. Senior year, was my favorite year. I reflected a lot back on to freshman me, and It really made me see how much I had grown and changed into someone I was proud of. It was amazing to see all of the girls that I had mentored change and grow into themselves little by little over the past years. It's an opportunity to life that I'll always remember and hope to start up in another city after college. It's taught me leadership, how to be confident in myself, and most importantly how to be someone people can look up to.

One of the best things about being a mentor for this organization is to see the girls grow. Abbie is a girl that has only been with us this past year but has grown and overcome so many things that she said she couldn't do. When I first met her, she didn't seem sure of herself or the other girls. I recall one class when she kept falling over but kept getting back up and I thought this is a girl with the kind of attitude that everyone could learn from. By the end of our 3 month rotation, we were doing The Hero Run 5K. Abbie was deathly scared of heights. One of the obstacles was to climb up, over, and down a 15 ft rope wall. She was the last one to go and you could tell she was extremely nervous. Nevertheless, she made it up, over, and down that wall. The whole group and other race participants were cheering her on the whole time. Her achievements in Bring it Push it Own it, and many other girls achievements over the past couple of years are what keep me fighting for them."

--Daryan, Bring It Lady