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The focus of BBW is to unite women through friendship, food, fun, fitness, faith, fashion, fellowship, feminism and more. BBW is focused on empowering not only each other but all women. Through sharing individual experiences, providing support, sharing resources and creating opportunities for growth. The group was also created to focus on
The focus of BBW is to unite women through friendship, food, fun, fitness, faith, fashion, fellowship, feminism and more. BBW is focused on empowering not only each other but all women. Through sharing individual experiences, providing support, sharing resources and creating opportunities for growth. The group was also created to focus on the blessings and endless possibilities that can come from bringing together strong and powerful women.
Beautifully Blessed Women are connected through sisterhood, committed to servanthood and dedicated to showing gratitude for each other. The group is committed to proving that women are not only stronger together but in a group can accomplish great things.
BBW exists to provide a supportive environment for woman all of backgrounds to thrive, grow and build genuine relationships. The group enjoys giving back to the community, experiencing new adventures and celebrating womanhood. Each women is a true representation of what a Beautifully Blessed Women is and strives to positively impact all of the women in their lives.
BBW was created by God through a vision in 2015 and founded on May 18, 2018. The group is made up of beautifully diverse women from all around the Denver metro area. Some of the groups main missions are to serve each other and others in love, be role models to young women, have fun while giving back and make great friends along the journey.
BBW is a private group created for women with similar interests to enjoy social events, health & wellness activities and volunteer opportunities. The group serves as a way for member to network, collaborate and support one another. Every women is encouraged to be themselves and to always provide a safe place for each other to discuss personal passions and ideas openly. The group exists to help every woman feel not only loved and accepted but also to be encouraged and empowered.
The original 14 members - Raushanah, Erin, Nichole, Sam, Nadine, Ivory, Emily, Rae, Toyan, Ariane, Timekia, Roberta, Regena, Ashley and Loann- make up a strong group of women who through friendship have developed a bond of sisterhood that is not often seen. Each member brings their own strengths and ideas to the group and strives for the success of themselves, their families and their fellow group members.
Our cute little group of Tiny's is made up of 5 smart and beautiful middle school girls. Their names are Alyssa, Ariana, Jahleesa, Yasir and Yadira. They all share common goals to make new friends, learn how to cook yummy foods, have fun and prepare to be productive teeangers. The groups leader is Alyssa and she is beyond excited to take on the leadership role. This group of girls are driven and we know together they are going to accomplish great things.
This fierce, confident and focused group of young women range in age from 18-25. Janae, Adinah, Shoag, Misa and Jayla are provided guidance and support through friendships, fundraising and mentoring. The groups main goals are to ensure these young women will grow to become women who lead in school, work and in their communities.
The bright, happy and talented mini's range in age from 13-17. They are Sanai, AlIssa, Kaliyah, Jayla, Shaleeyah and Allie. And not only are they smart and beautiful - they are also all very driven and dedicated to themselves, their schools and friends. Understanding the temptations and pressures these young girls experience everyday, the group is committed to providing safe places for the Mini’s to feel loved, dream freely, collaborate and build friendships through fun activities and individual support.
A group created Beautifully by God, made up of Blessed and favored Women who were created to love, serve and empower.
As a BBW member, I vow to always love my Beautiful existence, to be committed to Blessing the lives of others and to be a Woman who through family and personal relationships seeks to inspire, uplift and love.
Gold: The color of success, achievement, and triumph. Associated with luxury, abundance, prosperity, quality, prestige, value, sophistication and elegance. Gold is the color of wealth, confidence and courage. Gold psycolgy implies material wealth, affluence and extravagance.
Pink: The color of universal love of oneself and of others. Pink represents friendship, affection, inner peace, harmony and approachability. Pink is feminine, romantic, considerate intimate, loving and caring. Pink symbolizes femininity and softness. Pink psychology reflects giving and caring.
BBW members each plan and participate in events that will allow group members to enjoy fun away from everyday responsibilities, laugh and bond with each other. The group enjoys finding experiences and activities that are new, exciting and not often seen done by women or women’s groups.
Every quarter, BBW meets to enjoy each other, discuss upcoming group events and to collaborate. At these meet ups, BBW Young Women and Mini’s are also in attendance so that all members can get full group support and interaction. BBW is made up of many amazing chefs so meetups allow these ladies the opportunity to share their favorite dishes with the group. Mix together beautiful women, great conversations, good food and laughter in the air - and you have a BBW meetup.
BBW is dedicated to the success of not just the young women in the group but to all young women in their communities. The group strongly believes in being positive role models, providing resources and creating opportunities for the young women to thrive, be successful and ready to start careers and families.
The women that make up BBW are more then beautiful and to live a beautifully blessed life is not something every women can do. BBW is unique in the sense that members each in their own way reflect the true definition of BBW. They are loving, confident, sexy, successful, hard working, amazing women who have all in one way or another overcome obstacles in their lives. BBW is a group that not only acknowledges those obstacles but also help each other to overcome these obstacles and provide sisterhood during tough times. The group is dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments and bringing out the talents in each other. Loving, building and supporting your sister is the BBW way of life.
Giving back to the community is very important to BBW and something the group enjoys to do. Providing resources to the under privleged and raising money for schools and students are ways the group gives back. The group enjoys partnering with other organizations and attending fundraising events. BBW’s involvement in community events, dedication to the betterment of their communities and goals of increasing their presence in volunteering events all comes from their belief in paying it forward. The more the group gets involved and does for others the more blessings the group and it’s members will receive. The more you pay forward the more comes back.
BBW is a diverse group made up of women of all different races and lifestyles but collectively all share a passion for gender equality, women’s rights and using our voices to advocate for women and the issues that affect us all. BBW enjoys supporting women by participating in marches and supporting different global efforts that contribute to the advancement of women. In 2017, the group attended the Black Womens March in Downtown Denver, in October 2018 the group traveled to LA to march in the Slut Walk hosted by Amber Rose. The March is held in over 200 locations around the world to bring awareness to issues like rape, sexual assault, body shaming and victim blaming. And in January 2019 BBW attended the Womxn’s March in Denver, CO. The group is excited and looking forward to continuing to travel together and participate in more amazing events that uplift, support and empower women.
Thank you Shalleyah for honoring Raushanah as a successful influential African American leader and BBW for being an organization making a positive impact in the community. Amazing night celebrating black excellence!
Raushanah Patterson: President and CEO
Nadine Dominguez: Volunteer/Fundraising Director
Erin Riley: Creative Director
Nichole Williams: Social Media/ Communications Director
Ivory Lewis: Secretary
Sam Wigington: Chief Financial Officer
Rae Bias: Quality Control Director
Samiyyah Jackson and Renita Jenkins
What’s the last book you read? More to the story.
What are 2 of your fav things? Dance and watching movies.
Where's a city or country you like to visit? Hawaii.
What is your favorite subject in school? writing.
What is your favorite color? Pink white and turquoise.
What does a Saturday morning look like for you? Wake up and be lazy if I don’t have dance.
What is your best attribute? Or what do you like most about yourself? My eyelashes.
Who is a powerful woman you look up to? My mom.
What is something positive your best friend would say about you? Never give up.
If you could have 1 superpower what would it be? be invisible.
What do you want to be when you grow up? Be a dancer.
What is one thing that always makes you smile? Food.
If you could be president of the world, what are 3 things you would do? Provide a home for all the homeless and cure world hunger and find ways to be resourceful for example trash/recycle.
Love Song: Hit Different by SZA
Rap Song: Too Blessed by Rich the Kid, Quavo and Takeoff
Self Care Must-Do: Digital Detox - Create a block of time out each day in which you put down the tech devices and instead journal, take a nap, meditate, go on a hike, spend time with a family member, paint, learn something new and/or sign up to participate in a new sport.
Act of Generosity: Pay for someone's order/tab.
Quote: "Feminism isn't about making women stronger. Women are already strong, it's about changing the way the world perceives that strength." - G.D. Anderson
Female Fun Fact: Women, even from infancy, are generally more interested in facial expressions, emotional tones in voices, and non-verbal cues than men.
Book of the Month: I Almost Forgot About You by Terry McMillian
Must Read: Thinking About College: Activities Adults and Teenagers Can Do Together https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/29/learning/thinking-about-college-activities-adults-and-teenagers-can-do-together.htmlv
Fun Colo Place to Visit: Iron Mountain Hot Springs in Glenwood Springs, Colorado