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The mission of Breaking Barriers - No Boundaries is to provide a mentoring program that supports the development of girls ages 12-20 in low-income and underrepresented communities to overcome obstacles and defy the odds.


Through the mentoring program of Breaking Barriers, No Boundaries young girls will be provided skills and information to create goals, accomplish those goals, and become competent young women in society.

Breaking Barriers aims to target: Goal-setting, Bullying, Self-Esteem/Self-identification, and Peer-pressure.

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Porshe graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Clemson University. It was during her undergraduate journey she found her passion for mentoring others. While at Clemson, Porshe became a Peer mentor for the Class of 1956 Academic Success Center on campus. Months after graduating from college, she enlisted in the United States Army where she served on Active Duty for six years and eighteen days. During her time in the military, she
graduated from Walden University where she received her Master of Science in Accounting, gained technical and tactical experience, and reached many other goals while serving in the Military. Porshe believes that your stumbling blocks are just stepping stones toward success because barriers can be broken. She believes girls are at their best when their voices are heard, have positive influences, and are fully supported.


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Porshe is a native of Walterboro, South Carolina and calls Texas her second home. She is a full-time Accountant and future Certified Public Accountant. She is a multifaceted woman who looks forward to helping girls in various communities reach their goals, break barriers, and thrive in their respective passions. Porshe loves family and takes as many naps as she can! In her spare time, she is spending time with her husband, reading, volunteering, or modeling as a hobby. Life can knock you down at times. Obstacles will come. So, will you fold or break barriers?

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