Giving Back

Ayodele Kinchen is committed to advancing the lives of underserved people of color, particularly young girls and women. She has over 25 years of experience in youth leadership and community development.

Ayodele is the Director of Sisters of Tomorrow (SOT) - Bay Area Chapter. SOT is an African-centered rites of passage program for young girls age 7-18. Working in tandem with Young Emerging Wombyn Achieving Success (YEWAS), the program serves 30+ African-American girls who reside in the San Francisco Bay Area, Ca. 

SOT's comprehensive approach supporting girls through adolescence, puberty and beyond includes teaching/experiencing arts and culture education, life skills training, personal health, social etiquette, leadership & career development, sisterhood, trade skills, outdoor recreational activities and more.  SOT members meet twice a month to participate in regular meetings, workshops and field trips.

Ayodele's mission leading SOT is to develop strong, empowered, confident and globally conscious young girls and women who will positively lead by example and shape their families, local and greater communities. 

If you are interested in supporting SOT's mission, please feel free to make a tax-deductible donation to our non-profit Ase Institute - Bay Area. Donations support our field trip/camp activities, transportation, new member supplies (journals, art/craft materials, writing utensils, book scholarships for college bound members, and books. 

Contact Ayodele for more information at 510-387-8075.