About Zetta Nicole' Girls
Zetta Nicole Girls wants to spread our message of hope and compassion. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world. Through advocacy and outreach activities, our team works tirelessly each day to contribute their part to the greater good.
Zetta Nicole Girls
Zetta Nicole’ Girls originally got started because of the mentorship founder Jennifer Williams received from her grandmother. The name Zetta Nicole
comes from Jennifer grandmother Marzetta Patterson. Nicole is Jennifer and many
other women in the family middle name as well.
Hello, I want to give you a little bit information about myself, I was born March 12, 1990 In Merrillville Indiana. I have been in northwest Indiana my entire life. I love bowling and getting together with friends and family when time permits.
I also enjoy going to my local church and want to start getting involved with doing more community outreach projects. I guess you can say that I live a normal life, but it was not until early January 2019 when I started to notice that a switch was starting to occur in my life. I started to recognize that God put me on this earth for a purpose.
Teri D Patterson was born in raised in Gary, In. She is one of eight siblings. Teri has
two children and one grandchild. Teri graduated many years ago from Horace Mann
She has always had a passion for working with children. Teri has worked
for the Gary Community school system as a Paraprofessional for almost 16 years. She
works with some challenged children on a daily basis.
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Gary, Indiana is where He was born. severely premature at 1 pound and 3 ounces. By the grace of God, He survived. Survival gave him purpose in life from the very beginning.
He knew that he had a mission to fulfill on Earth, and he learned early to recognize my talents and gifts. Being HELPFUL and HOPEFUL were his callings that he answered early.
Oddly enough I didn’t think I’d enjoy working with children. I initially thought I wanted to be a nurse. I started taking those science courses and quickly realized it wasn’t for me. So I then spent the summer tutoring elementary children while I decided what program I would switch to come fall.
My mission in working with children is to provide a safe space for every child. I want to be that advocate for children who may not have one. I also want to be that voice that lets a child know they are worthy and capable.