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Who We Are

Empowering Dreams, Shaping Futures

Welcome to Girl Power Rocks, where we believe in the transformative power of empowering young girls to dream big, overcome challenges, and shape their futures. Our mission is to create a world where every girl, regardless of background, has the tools and support needed to reach her full potential.


At Girl Power Rocks, we are more than an organization; we are a movement fueled by passion, purpose, and the unwavering belief that girls can change the world. We are committed to transparency, integrity, and accountability. Every action we take is guided by the belief that by investing in girls, we invest in a brighter and more equitable future for all.


Join us in our journey to empower dreams and shape futures. Together, we can create a world where every girl is empowered to reach her full potential and contribute meaningfully to our global community.

The Woman Behind The Power

Thema Campbell is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Girl Power.


She is a champion, an expert in children’s issues and a true advocate for young girls. Thema’s passion for assisting those in need came from her grandmother, Hattie Skinner Bacon (Mama Hattie), who opened up her small home to family, friends and strangers in need. Most of all Mama Hattie's home served as a safe haven for children who were lost and trying to find their place in this world. Thema founded Girl Power on this same principle. She saw that the same challenges that faced young girls of yesteryear are still prevalent in the young lives of girls today, and girl power opens new doors for them.


In addition to her duties at Girl Power, Thema is also the executive producer of the annual “It Takes A Village Conference;” she serves as executive board member of the Miami-Dade Youth Crime Task Force; she’s a member of the Liberty City Community Action Agency; and a member of the Sojourner Truth Book Club. She is the former co-host of WMBM’s talk show,For Women by Women; former state director of the Miss Black Florida USA Pageant; former chair and co-chair of the Juvenile Justice Board – Circuit 11; and former member of the Miami Commission on the Status of Women. Also, in 1989 she co-founded Concerned African Women and the New Dimensions in Community Educations Program.

Fueled by Passion

Girl Power takes the needs and desires of every girl seriously so that we can provide programs and activities that create healthy, smart, strong and active girls. Girl Power's programs are developed to empower young girls to get more out of life.  Established in 2000 by the World Literacy Crusade (WLC) of Florida - an international, non-profit, community literacy program - Girl Power encourages young girls to build confidence, competence, and pride within themselves.  We also provide workshops and materials that inform girls about the risks and consequences associated with substance abuse, low self-esteem, lack of education and more.​

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Staff Power


Ariana Males

Office Manager


Tiffany Prince



Clark Beasley

Development Associate & Governmental Affairs Liaison


Maiy Cade

Prevention and Intervention Program Manager


Helen Vilorio

Director of Programing


Gequasha Collins

MHH Researcher


Francisco Castro


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Kernetra Wilson

Program Coordinator

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Chippey Way

Executive Assistant

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Mentoring Coordinator

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Program Coordinator

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Director of Operations



FGI Coordinator



Choir Coordinator



Choir Coordinator






Program Coordinator

Board of Directors


Victoria Worship


Victoria Worship works as an Executive Territory Manager for the world's largest aesthetic medical device company, Candela. Worship has an undergraduate and masters degree from the University of Florida. Worship has an excellent track record of understanding customers’ needs and developing custom solutions. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children, fitness, and traveling. 

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Aisha Mannings

Vice Chair of Girl Power Rocks Inc.

Aisha is a Senior Revenue Manager of Promotions Strategy & Technology for Celebrity Cruises. She is a former Certified Public Accountant with a Master's Degree in Accounting from the University of Florida. She is also a Mentor/Big of Big Brothers Big Sisters at Royal Caribbean’s work site program and an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.

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Laudy Luna


Laudy Luna heads the bankruptcy practice at Liebler, Gonzalez & Portuondo. Before joining the Firm, Ms. Luna was an associate with a well-known boutique firm in Miami, concentrating on bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, and commercial litigation. While she focuses her practice on the representation of creditors’ rights in bankruptcy, she also works on complex commercial litigation matters outside of bankruptcy courts.


Dr. Minca Brantley

Dr. Minca Brantley is a Professor and licensed Clinical Psychologist in Miami Beach, FL. Her primary interest is overall wellness and helping individuals live their best lives. Dr. Brantley earned her master’s and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She teaches a variety of psychology courses at Miami-Dade College. Dr. Brantley is Co-Director of the Institute for Educational Effectiveness (IEE). Her program offers a full Associate of Arts degree inside prisons. Dr. Brantley received the distinguished Endowed Teaching Chair award at Miami Dade College. Dr. Brantley is grateful to live her best life with her loving husband and their amazing 11-year-old daughter.

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Stephanie Jones

Stephanie Jones is a native of Miami, a healthcare executive at Convey Health Solutions, and President of the second largest operating unit for the organization where she leads an $80 million business unit. Stephanie was instrumental in the company’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) in June of 2021 and had the opportunity to ring the bell at the New York Stock Exchange, which was a highlight of her career. Stephanie has been married to her college sweetheart, Morshee, for 30 years and together they have two boys Mikel (age 24) and Miles (age 22) who live in Los Angeles. Stephanie and Morshee sponsor numerous philanthropic causes and nonprofit organizations including Girl Power, Florida Memorial University, Cross World Africa, Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Brownsville and UNCF of Fort Lauderdale, to name a few. 

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Michaele Rachlin

Michaele is a consultant at MDR Management Consulting, providing IT advisory, project/operations and capacity-building services to start-ups, growing businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Michaele joined the Board of Girl Power Rocks in 2009 and served as Chair from 2014-2019. She has 25+ years experience as an information technologist, project manager and senior leader in private businesses and public corporations. Her passion is building strong & thriving organizations & mentoring successful non-profit leaders. Michaele has worked with some of the largest US corporations – Kraft Foods, Best Foods International, LNR Property Corporation, Lennar, Nielsen – in a variety of senior leadership roles. 


Cherise G. Gause

Assistant Chief Cherise Giordani Gause is a twenty nine-year law enforcement veteran of the Miami Police Department. She began her career with the Miami Police Department in 1993 as a civilian dispatcher and has progressively ascended through the ranks. She has held assignments in all three divisions of the department. Chief Gause earned a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Union Institute and University. Assistant Chief Gause has received numerous leadership and community service awards, including, Legacy Magazine South Florida’s “50 Most Powerful Black Leaders in Business & Industry” 2020, Women of the Year N.Y.P.D.

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