Teen volunteers add value to community and themselves
January 22, 2019
Hosted by Lillie Williams
This radio show will examine the rewards of teens giving back to their communities through volunteering! City Councilwoman, Kristal Suggs will help our teen audience explore ways to earn community hours of volunteer credits that can land so many more opportunities for advancement for themselves. Mrs. Suggs is advocate and an integral part of a teen organization (Kinston Teens) where she seeks all kinds of rewards for teens to earn college credits, job skills, and business skills through community volunteering! this is a show you will not want to miss!
Tools for Teen Transformation
Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Tools for Teen Transformation is dialogue about relevant everyday issues that concern teenagers and to help parents and other adults to better communicate with teens. The goal of this show is twofold! First, to get the teens to thinking differently so they can begin to behave differently and secondly, to give parents, guardians, pastors and youth leaders, teachers, counselors and other adults some tools to consider when working with teens to develop desired behaviors.
Coach Lily’s vision for this show is to empower teens to develop desired behaviors through conversations with other teens, parents, experts and show participants in the areas we will discuss on the show. This show will cover bullying, teen suicide, academic achievement, self-esteem and pregnancy. Some shows will examine how teens deal with parents, police and other adults and lots of ideas for teen personal, professional and community advancement. Using the tools in this show can literally save teen lives.
Lillie Streeter Williams, aka “Coach Lily,” is a John Maxwell Certified Life Coach, Consultant, Speaker and Trainer. Coach Lily has enjoyed over 27 years of day to day interactions with thousands of teen while employed in public school systems. As a teacher, Vice principal, Director of Education and Principal, Coach Lily had extensive opportunities to examine teen thought processes when dealing with discipline and behavior issues.
She is convinced that what works to change teen behaviors is to change how and what teens think! Coach Lily is an Ordained Elder in her church and she has earned honors of Teacher, Boss and Professional of the year during her educational career. She now serves as a volunteer Chaplain and President of the Volunteer Leadership Team of UNC Lenoir Health Care Hospital.
Coach Lily and husband Samuel are blessed with five children, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild.