Y.E.S. Women believes in helping other young women enhance themselves through our mentorship programs, leadership opportunities, and wonderful fellowship. Becoming apart of this organization allows you to connect with others who are likeminded. This organization prepares our youth for womanhood by providing them with necessary real life skills. We believe in helping all young women seek proper guidance through mentorship, selfless attitudes through service, and respectful mindsets through sacred lifestyles. Become a member of Y.E.S. today!

Meet our team

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Yasmin Cunningham


Yasmin Racquel Cunningham is the founder of Y.E.S. Women.

Yasmin is a native of The Big Easy—New Orleans, Louisiana. She received her Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Southern Mississippi. Currently, Yasmin lives in Atlanta, GA, where she is passionately pursuing a flourishing career in the legal field. One of her goals has always been to help others. As a young girl, Yasmin served her community, church, and school while diligently seeking to lend a helping hand to anyone in need.

As a Hurricane Katrina survivor, Yasmin discovered the distress of loss and lack. She experienced losing her home, friends, and being separated from her family members. In the aftermath of this unfortunate event, Yasmin was inspired to cultivate a desire to help other young women discover their purpose. After Katrina, Yasmin relocated to Jackson, Mississippi, where she began her work with young women, encouraging and mentoring them to heal, mature, and thrive throughout their life journeys. She often asked God to reveal her destiny; however, that revelation did not come without Him showing her His will for the path she would travel to get there.

Yasmin’s passion to empower young women to blossom motivated her to create Y.E.S. Women, a nonprofit organization for young women who want to connect, find a niche where they can discover their passion, and obtain necessary skills to further their education. Y.E.S. stands for "Young, Educated, and Sacred." As a Y.E.S. Woman, Yasmin wants to embolden and encourage all women to find their inner beauty, be unique, and cultivate their minds.

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India Sprinkle


India Sprinkle, Esq. is a native of Vicksburg, Mississippi. India’s mission as a Y.E.S. Woman is to help women across the world recognize that their value and worth is not skin-deep, and that every woman is her own kind of beautiful. Considering herself an “insecurity survivor”, she realizes today that her battlewith both anxiety and the pressures of blossoming into a unique woman was no mistake –and, since her recovery, she has vowed to help other women overcome those same pressures. She prides herself in her relationship with Christ and hopes to someday minster to women who struggle with self-uncertainty.

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Jameka Grigsby


Dr. Jameka Nicole Grigsby is a native of Port Gibson, MS. Jameka devoted considerable effort and energy to assist in the success of Y.E.S. Women Inc. Jameka wanted to connect with a foundation that can profoundly serve critical aspects such as mentorship, fellowship, and community service for the enhancement of all women.

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Anna Francis

Public Relations/Ambassador

Anna Francis is a native of Jackson, Mississippi. Anna is a Y.E.S. Woman because she believes in the true value of a woman. As a plus-size young lady, she has overcome the constant body shaming in today’s society and knows that women are beautiful at every size. She is dedicated to ensuring that young girls value themselves from the inside out and make every effort to become the best possible versions of their self.

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