Jun 25, 2019
Aime Hutton is a true miracle survivor—being born 3 months early, but this was just the start of challenges she would have to overcome in her lifetime. She hails from Calgary Alberta Canada and is a girls empowerment leader. She empowers tween and teenage girls to live their real and brave selves with happiness, courage, and confidence—something she does by training women to become girl empowerment facilitators. Aime developed this program over fifteen years while working with girls in multiple modalities. She’s a five time international best-selling author and spreads hope, healing, and inspiration through her writing. In 2017 Aime was awarded the Peace and Friendship Award by Diversity Magazine in Canada for being one who celebrates, accepts, and learns from the indigenous people of Canada. She’s all about empowering young girls, and getting you to do the same.
Aime’s goal is to make sure no young girl goes through what she had to for six years in elementary school. In Canada, every seven minutes, a child is being bullied—something Aime finds as absolutely unacceptable. It’s something she experienced first had, being afraid to go to school. She had to keep going forward, and she has pushed herself to the goal of helping one million girls live bold and happy.
If you are interested in finding out about the programs Aime has developed to empower our youth, you can find out more at firstname.lastname@example.org