Fatima Scipio is a woman dedicated to empowering everyone that she comes in contact with on a daily basis.
She has spent over a decade working with children and families. She began her career as a teacher in the New York City Public School system and currently trains child welfare professionals on how to empower children and families who are involved in the child welfare system.
In 2008 Fatima founded Rob&Sylvie Clothing where she uses tee-shirts as a vehicle to empower girls and women. She is the author of her newly released book Boss Lady Seven Principles to Reign in the New Economy and First Aid for First Year Teachers( A practical guide for urban educators). She is co-owner of New Society Commercial Cleaning and an advisory board member of the Yvonne McCalla Foundation, a breast cancer awareness organization that educates young women about early detection and annually offers scholarships to minority women interested in nursing.
She is the CEO of Young Enterprising Sisters an entrepreneurial program for girls ages 8-17 that educates, empowers and energizes the next generation of business owners/entrepreneurs. She has lectured to college students and conducted panel discussions so that she can share her message to the masses. “She believes that anything is possible if you just believe”.
Fatima received a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology from Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia and her Master of Science degree in urban affairs from Hunter College in New York City. Fatima is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and a champion for the youth.