What People Say About GIGO

Jessica Artis,Esq.

Got It Goin' On® Girl Alumnae * 2002 - 2006

Jessica was a member of the Got It Goin' On® Girls: Hip Hop Fitness Team in 2004 when she joined the delegation to South Africa.  She is a recent graduate of Emory University School of Law and starting her career as a Tax Attorney.  "GIGO empowered me to pursue my dreams and showed me the importance of giving back."

Chavery McClanahan

Got It Goin' On® Girl Alumnae * 2002 - 2006

 

Chavery traveled to South Africa with Ms. Ferebee as a member of the Got It Goin' On® Girls: Hip Hop Fitness Team in 2004.  She is currently a Captain in the United States Air Force.  "Thank you and congratulations, Ms. Ferebee, on being a phenomenal inspiration to all of us."

Teresa Lewis

Proud Mother of Jessica Artis * Former GIGO Girl

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"Helping Jessica transition from young lady to adulthood has been critical for her and who she is today.  Jessica is one of the young leaders of tomorrow.  I thank Janice and GIGO, and I'm excited about GIGO going to the next phase."

Rene Gibbons

Grateful Mother of Ebony Jackson * Former GIGO Girl

"GIGO came at a time we really needed that empowerment and influence from girls, and, from Janice Ferebee.  It allowed her to use it as a place to vent, to talk, to cry, and to learn how to use that energy.  I want to thank Janice, and look forward to everything that will be done with GIGO International."

“I don’t think I ever honestly said thank you for being an inspiration in my life. Here I am at 32-years old, basically 16 years after being part of the Got It Goin’ On® Girls, realizing the true impact the program and you had on my life. Thank you, Ms. Ferebee!” 

Ebony Jackson Griffin, MPH, CHES  (Former GIGO Girl)

I met Janice at SEVENTEEN Magazine | at the time she was the magazine’s first African American Models Editor, and I was their first Latina intern. Janice has been working for over 40 years since then to help Black & Brown girls deal with our trauma, our issues, and our circumstances, to find our voices and our deserved place and seat at any table and in any career.”

— Nely Galan (Former President of TV Network Telemundo & NY Times Best Selling Author of SELF MADE: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant, and Rich in Every Way | 2016, Random House)

As Black & Brown girls face increased racism and discrimination, Janice Ferebee (my Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror) offers girls a timely, culturally competent 20th anniversary edition of her popular GOT IT GOIN’ ON-II personal development handbook. Her use of the GOT IT GOIN’ ON® GUARDIAN ANGELS is an imaginative way to help girls courageously navigate adolescence. As the mother of two grown daughters, I encourage all parents to purchase this effective empowerment tool today! It’s a MUST HAVE for every Black and Brown girl’s personal library as she evolves into womanhood.”

— Vanessa Bell Calloway (Actress, Director, Producer, Wife, Mother, and Lover of Life!)