iShapeMe Inc. is a nonprofit mentoring organization that empowers girls and young women to shape themselves mentally, physically and spiritually.
Our mission is to encourage high self esteem, positive body image, a fit and healthy lifestyle and a grounded faith in Christ.​ We want girls to lead confidently in the classroom, in their communities and beyond!

iShapeMe aims to create a positive environment for young women and girls to bond, have candid discussions and share vulnerabilities.

Through each program and event, iShapeMe’s intent is to empower girls and young women to believe in themselves, in their dreams and each other.
Confidence is the foundation for success! If we want girls to become effective leaders, bold risk-takers and ambitious problem-solvers, it is essential that we teach girls how to be confident in their identity and create space for them to explore what it means to be self-aware.
Cultivating a sense of community with friends, mentors and peers has been proven to increase self-esteem, help women navigate emotions, reduce stress, stay inspired and ultimately, feel empowered. We want all iShapeMe Girls to feel a sense of belonging.
Exposure is key in helping girls see what they can be. We create and provide opportunities for girls to take a peak into various career fields and extracurricular activities in the arts, STEM, sports and more.
A small group mentoring program for middle school aged girls
A college-readiness/post-graduation planning summer series for high schoolers
A members-only virtual community for college-aged women
Become a mentor, share your expertise or volunteer at an event
Meet The Founder
Jada M. Samuel, of Greenville, South Carolina, is a creative communicator, change agent and champion for girls.

After graduating from the University of South Carolina, Jada began her career as a lifestyle reporter before transitioning into the world of politics as a digital strategist. She is currently earning her MBA with a focus in Marketing.

Jada competes in the Miss South Carolina Competition through the Miss America Scholarship Organization. She's earned over $20,000 in scholarships for her placement in the competition, her community service and dedication to her platform.

If you are interested in booking Jada for a women's or girls event, please send us an email.
“It is said that girls with dreams become women with vision. May we empower each other to carry out such vision because it isn’t enough to simply talk about equality — one must believe in it. And it isn’t enough to simply believe in it — one must work at it. Let us work at it together.
Meghan Markle at UN Women Conference, 2015
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