Darlene Aiken, President/CEO of Inner Beauty Solutions Releases her First Self-Help Book for Girls
Ms. Aiken has provided an outlet for girls to receive great self-improvement information. How to be a Young Lady has received rave reviews and it just became available this week.
Central Islip, New York (PRWEB) September 30, 2006
The award winning Inner Beauty Solutions'President/CEO, Darlene Aiken, has released her first self-help book for girls "How to be a Young Lady: Your Total Guide for Being the Best Possible You!".
"With the growing popularity of girls who lack self-esteem, I recognized that I had to create a book that would assist girls for years to come." This comprehensive book is a great tool for girls to use with the building self-love and confidence in themselves from the inside out. I have already received incredible interest from girls, parents, educators, law enforcement, and others who realize that our girls need to be provided with the basics.
Founded in 2001, Inner Beauty Solutions has provided programs and workshops to girls and young ladies all over Suffolk and Nassau Counties as well as NYC, Queens and Brooklyn. Her message is so powerful and "real" that her program ideas have been sought after and facilitated in other states. Ms. Aiken is the recipient of numerous awards and recognition for the work that she has done. In 2004, she received recognition from both, the Suffolk County and Nassau County Executives as well as recognition from the Hon. Dorothy Goosby. This past May she received recognition as one of the Top 50 Most Influential Women on Long Island and this past August was honored by Long Island Press Newspaper as one of Long Island's Women of Achievement.
Ms. Aiken's involvement includes membership at Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, New York, the Eastern Shore Chapter of the Links, Inc. where she serves as an Arts Facet Committeeperson and overseas the hospitality department, she is the Chair of the Suffolk County Community College LAC-VTEA Board, She spearheaded the formation of the Central Islip/Islandia and Greater Wyandanch Rotary Clubs and served as the Charter President of the Central Islip/Islandia Rotary Club. She is a Charter Executive Board Member for the Long Island Affiliate of the Girls, Inc. Board, heavily involved with the Urban League of Long Island and its programming, as well as began a partnership with the Suffolk County Health Commissioner's office to educate youth about HIV/AIDS. In 2004, she spearheaded a massive youth voter registration drive at the Nassau Veteran's Memorial Coliseum during a major Hip Hop Concert, and serves as a board member for S. M.I. L.E.(Suffolk Minorities In Law Enforcement), among numerous community service activities within her community and other communities.