Young Elites is an Executive MBA-Style Program for Young Women.

“Young Elites bears an extreme importance not only to me but also to the community as it helps cultivate young female leaders. In addition to the many leadership skills we’re taught at Young Elites, we are also taught the importance of collaboration and respect of others’ differences, thoughts, and ideas. I, along with other girls in the community, will carry the core values taught by Young Elites – excellence, leadership, initiative, tenacity, execution, and service – as we transition to college and beyond as leaders and strong female figures in our society.” Mackenzie Hanby, YE Alumni



Change your world in one week!

The 2019 Summit invited rising 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th grade girls and 2019 graduating girls into one week of leadership practice that trained young women to face real world challenges.

Fifty-eight high school girls were provided the safe space to dig deep inside themselves and develop the strategies and strength that will distinguish them as leaders in all their endeavors.

The amazing young women who attended the 2019 Summit set plans with their PODs, started applying emotional intelligence tools, pitched products in their startup companies, were assigned Ambassadorships (internship-like experiences) with impactful organizations, and more!



Experience meaningful MBA-style leadership training as a year-round Member!

Colleges and companies are eager to enroll young women who have exemplified leadership in life not just on their report cards.

Young Elites delivers ongoing leadership practice through monthly meetups, business coaching, a one-day Summit workshop, product launch at Christmas in Cornelius, field experience, EQ coaching, and weekly fitness classes.

Get real world leadership experience. Build life confidence. Be ready for the future.

Memberships are available for all grade 9-12 high school girls.

Young Elites executive-level leadership training enhances emotional, intellectual, physical, social, & business growth.

Teen girls who have gone through Young Elites are characterized as…

  • Critical thinkers
  • Emotionally aware
  • Personally responsible

  • Active
  • Goal setters
  • Health-conscious

  • Collaborative
  • Servant-minded
  • Positive role models