As founder of So Our Youth Aspire (SOYA), Khadijah provides services to nonprofits, educational sites and individuals in the area of youth development. She also facilitates workshops on the subject of youth development or workshops for young people in the areas of the arts and health education. From 2001-2006, Khadijah served as the Assistant Director of Prevention Services at Covenant House Washington, developing curricula that was engaging and informative for youth 11-17 years old who attended the program The Peer-Supported Pregnancy Prevention Program (PSP3), funded by the Income Maintenance Administration, APRA and other federal grant programs. One of Khadijah’s favorite games she developed was Body Jeopardy which is modeled after the TV game show “Jeopardy” and asks contestants to form answers in the form of a question in order to earn points. Body Jeopardy questions cover topics of reproductive health, STDs, healthy relationships and anatomy.
Khadijah will be presenting a workshop, facilitating a game of Body Jeopardy this month in a conference for young women coordinated by the Washington DC chapter of Spelman University alumni. Here are the details:
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Workshop: Body Jeopardy
Loving Me Conference for Young Women
3401A East-West HWY, Hyattsville, MD