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In 2018, the founder Dasia Brown was still a sophomore at the University of North Florida. While attending the university as a Child Psychology major Dasia took a strong look at our community and thought "there is always room for growth". From an intense conversation with her mother then began the birth of "Crawl, Walk, Run: From Teens to Queens, Inc".
The mission and the startup of the organization started slowly in terms of traction and with the right team and determination a beautiful organization was formed in May 2019.
With a mission to advocate for teens to become emotionally, physically, and socially self-reliant. Our purpose is to uplift, empower, teach, and support teens in our community assuring they have a safe space in us by reducing the stigma put upon them by circumstance. CWR is committed to ensuring all children thrive. We focus on improving access to early childhood experiences. By enhancing their learning experiences, educational resources, and healthy developmental well-being. The purpose of the organization is to develop leaders and protect the mental, emotional, and physical health of families in underserving communities with or without a home.
CWRFT2Q is a Black-Woman-owned business we assure to conduct a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace one where all employees and volunteers, regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, sexual orientation or identity, education, or disability, feel valued and respected. We are committed to a nondiscriminatory approach and provide equal opportunity for employment and focus on appropriate pronouns and ADA accessibilities. We respect and value diverse life experiences and heritages and ensure that all voices are valued and heard in our company and throughout.