Thanks for visiting our site, Aspire 2 Acquire, where we welcome everyone with a smile and with open arms. We offer a plethora of services that aims to benefit youth and adults. It is our hope that we can be the vessel to help transform lives from the inside out via competent and sincere guidance and spirituality. It is our mission to impact the world by fostering positive change in all lives as we aspire to produce future change agents of tomorrow for our NC communities and beyond!
DOMITA WHITE ~ BIO
A consummate multidisciplinary and committed crusader, Ms. White has dedicated her passion to participating in community development and she has been called to two causes dear to her heart and they are Epilepsy and the prison movement. She has demonstrated her passion for these causes by advocating, writing letters and placing calls for those who are ostracized, bullied, shunned and forgotten by society. Ms. White recognizes that everyone falls under the umbrella of humanity, and that through deep structural change, there is the hope of an emergence of transformed, restored, and model citizens who deserve another chance to transition back into society.
Through the Aspire 2 Acquire program, Ms. White has successfully assisted youth in the completion of court mandated community service hours. These children, one as young as ten years old, had behavioral problems and criminal backgrounds. She has also mentored and tutored children and as a result, their academic abilities have improved tremendously. Part of her strategic structure is to start from inside the court system, women's shelters, community centers and detention centers in order to establish relationships before people get into more serious trouble. She also tutors, mentors and counsels high school students who have faced challenges or have been labeled as "at-risk" youth. It is her hope to help these children before they become a statistic of the "School to Prison Pipeline" system. She is also a mentor and Jobs for Life Champion of the Reentry Program at the North Carolina Women's Prison in Raleigh, NC.