My Sister’s Keeper Foundation for Women Inc. (MSK) is a volunteer-based, non-profit 501( c)(3) organization founded in 2004 with a mission of “Moving Women from Average to Excellence”. MSK is established and directed by a group of women who are primarily concerned with effecting change in the lives of women through empowering coaching relationships.

Currently, MSK has three programs, Leadership & Life Coaching program, MSK Next Generation program, and the Margaret G. Baker Second Chance Award, that are focused on building the personal and professional capacity of women. Through our life-changing programming women are assisted in self-awareness, self-directedness, and self-improvement as they are encouraged and supported to move towards the fulfillment of personal, professional, financial, educational, relational and spiritual growth goals.


 The MSK Leadership and Life Coaching Program (LLCP) empowers and equips women in all life stages to ascend to leadership roles in their careers and communities. LLCP is offered in DeKalb, Gwinnett and Rockdale Counties.


The MSK Next Generation Program is a partnership between My Sister’s Keeper Foundation for Women and various schools, colleges, civic and community related organizations with a goal of empowering female students. MSK Foundation facilitates programs for young girls and women in coaching, leadership development and self-esteem workshops. MSK Foundation also participates in school, civic and community related events such as career days, college fairs, health fairs, etc. in DeKalb, Gwinnett and Rockdale Counties.

For more information on how MSK Foundation can partner with your school, college, civic or community organization, please contact us at:


Your generous donation to MSK can make a significant difference in “Moving Women From Average to Excellence.”