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It seems some women are automatically great at parenting...

Others, like self-described "Mommy Mentor" Pamela Whitt, use what she calls the "grow as you go" parenting method. Her philosophy is simple: Inspired parents raise kids with a thirst for education and success. Pam motivates the parent who is defeated by parent peer-pressure, socio-economic status, or feels overwhelmed and unequipped. The essence of her work is to empower parents and speak life to their boundless capabilities and goals so they can help their children discover theirs. 


In her 25 years as a cosmetologist and small business owner, Pamela has counseled and mentored countless members of her clientele. Through sharing her own life experiences and a partnership with the world-class John Maxwell Team she adds value, empowers, and motivates parents and caregivers through growth and development to succeed at living better lives.


Pamela has led multiple parenting organizations in both public and private schools and she's dedicated to creating healthy "parent-child-education-community" relationships. Outside of her passion for motivating moms, Pamela returned to school to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology degree and became a member of both APA and SHRM. She is a published author, and mother to a 24-year-old college grad, a 17-year-old high graduate on her way to serve in the U. S. Army Intelligence, 12-year-old Shihtzu named Stuart and an adopted 3-year-old American PitBull named Sheba. She grew up in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago where she credits learning a sense of pride, critical thinking skills, community, and old school family values.

We empower parents, and help them build legacies.


Our mission is to motivate parents and caregivers to raise children who are fully self-aware and see their own unlimited potential to fulfill their dreams.


We envision a world where parents and youth have access to, and utilize the tools they need to help them achieve success for themselves and their families.

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