I'm Worth It
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Gloria M. White, Executive Director
Richard T. White, Jr.  Co-Director
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Our History
I’m Worth It was established in 2003, beginning as a vision by Gloria White when mentoring the youth at her local church.  By 2004, with the help of her husband Richard, the program incorporated "Abstinence" encouraging youth to remove themselves from any influence that could negatively impact their lives.  Through open discussions and the transparency of their own lives, Gloria and Richard realized that there were individuals beyond the walls of the church that would benefit from the services this program offered. Today, the organization continues to evolve  to service the great need in our communities for quality wrap-around services.  
A Baltimore Native, Gloria M. White has a heart for youth, young adults and women.  Through her passion to serve, she has worked for many years assisting in the development and implementation of programs and services to strengthen our communities.  With over 20 years experience in customer service, she possess in-depth knowledge of customer escalation and conflict resolution.  She holds an A.A. degree in Business and has over 10 years experience as a Business Administrator.  Mrs. White is a certified mentor through Maryland Mentoring Partnerships, a certified event planner and a certified facilitator for String of Pearls, a sexual assault ministry geared to assisting both children and adults overcome the trauma of abuse.  Mrs. White is also a licensed Real Estate Agent in the state of Maryland.  
From the age of 5, Richard T. White knew there was a calling on his life to serve the Lord. He is the Pastor/Overseer of Full Destiny International Ministries, operating in Kenya and the Philippians. After the death of his father in 1996, he started S.L.A.B Ministries (Spiritual Leadership Among Brothers) geared towards building up at-risk men in Baltimore City.  In 2010, he accepted his calling of Apostle.  Mr. White has worked with many at-risk Baltimore youth and young adults by providing food training programs, life skills and job readiness training.  He formally operated the Hollywood Diner in downtown Baltimore where he trained youth and individuals with disabilities in the food service industry.  Richard posses many credentials that include:  AA degree in Counseling and Business Management, Certified HIV/AIDs Facilitator and Coordinator for Prison Re-entry and Family, Youth and Children's Kids on the Hill in Baltimore City.  
Our Mission
Our mission is to empower destitute communities, transform lives and provide solutions to those most affected by a lack of self-sufficiency.  We provide hope for our youth, young adults and adults through education, prevention and intervention.