Our History


January 21, 2018 The First Achiever Academy Event at Ellendale's Restaurant Nashville, TN. We hosted an etiquette and budget workshop for a small group of college women. Admission fee for the women was five packages of pads or tampons.

February 24, 2018 The Second Achiever Academy Event at Maggiano's Restaurant in Nashville, TN. We hosted a network dinner for over 50 women, half college students and half professional working women. The professional women covered the costs of the college women. The admission fee for the college women was five packages of pads or tampons.

March 8, 2018 (International Women's Day) The first Period Project Event was held at Maplewood High School in Nashville, TN. We hosted an empowerment session with over 200 girls and gave each girl a swag bag full of period products and supplies.

May 17, 2018 The Social Experience was another networking experience. This time, in addition to collecting period products, we decorated mugs for a local nursing home facilitated by Board Member Sierra Holmes. Food and beverage are always provided at our events.

August 14, 2018 The Tennessean Newspaper covered the impact of the Period Project.

September 31, 2018 The city wide period project was a success. We collected over 200,000 products at this one event alone!

January 19, 2019 Dr. Kisha speaks at the Nashville Women's March to raise awareness period poverty.


March 19, 2019 We start working to pilot dispensers at Jere Baxter Middle School girls' bathrooms.

April 1, 2019 We accepted 250,000 pads to distribute throughout Metro Nashville Public School from Healing Hands, International.

October 15, 2019 Empowerment session for 150 girls at Jere Baxter Middle School. We gave away bags filled with nail polish, period products, menstrual health literature and other gifts.


February 2020 We installed two pad dispensers in bathrooms at Jere Baxter Middle School.


The Coronovirus pandemic hit us all hard. Most of the work of The Achiever Academy was done inside schools. We were not able to access schools, meet in person and facilitate our trainings as usual. We have decided to transfer our work to Beautiful Spirited Women, a nonprofit with similar purpose. Please contact them to support request or to make donations. Thank you!