She's Going Places is a non-profit organization founded to empower, inspire and motivate women and girls of our community. We focus on education, job development and business start-up.
We offer business development, job development and personal development through workshops, seminars and networking. We also offer childcare and mentorship programs. As a community-funded organization, we know that we are stronger together. With our events, training, and convenings, we bring together women from different sectors, businessowners, policy movers, grant makers, and power builders in California to spark new connections, strengthen networks, and build community.
Meet The Team
My name is Domonique Roberts. I am the CEO and Founder of She's Going Places Inc. (SGP). SGP is a nonprofit organization aligned to support, motivate, and empower young women to pursue and fulfill their personal and professional aspirations.
I am a California native, proud resident of Compton, CA, and mother of three children. I grew up around entrepreneurs and professionals; so, from an early age I understood what it would take to become one myself.
Current Real Estate Broker in California, Nevada and Georgia. I believe that every woman has a unique story - a unique voice. I have found that a willingness to share one's own story with authenticity and an open heart has the power to evoke positive change and foster a sense of well-being we all need in our lives.
Radhika is a native Californian with a genuine passion for public service. She has spent the past 16 years in local government serving stakeholders by bringing quality services to communities in Los Angeles County. Outreach and public engagement come naturally to her and she enjoys helping people any way she can; whether it’s connecting people to resources or offering creative methods to solve organizational problems. Radhika holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy & Public Service with a concentration in Public Sector Management. She has also been a union steward for the past 8 years, advocating for employees and representing them in labor management meetings. She currently resides in Southern Californian with her husband and young son. In her spare time she loves to travel the world, host events, enjoy new experiences and meeting new people.
Yolanda Goldsby-White is a United States Postal Services mail carrier for over 20 year. Born in Collinston, Louisiana Yolanda experienced harsh treatment during the civil rights movement. Those experiences gave her the courage to move to California and start a journey of becoming an activist for civil rights. Yolanda Goldsby-White is a mother of two children. She endured a very difficult marriage in which she shifted her activist efforts to focus on women rights and women empowerment.
Yolanda is very active in her community and mentor at her church. Not only has she supported women rights and politically but financially and has personally opened her home to women in need. She’s Going Places Inc. is proud to have Yolanda Goldsby-White serve as a board member.
Tempestt Garland an attorney who specializes in the areas of land use, zoning, real estate transactions and environmental and regulatory due diligence. She has experience advising public agencies, private developers, and national retailers on various local, state and federal laws. Her CEQA experience includes advising public agencies regarding the legal adequacy of CEQA documentation, defending client’s CEQA review, and opposing temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions regarding CEQA. In addition, she has experience obtaining local discretionary approvals, findings of public convenience and necessity and advocating for and advising clients at public hearings.
Tempestt’s real estate experience includes analyzing the impacts and potential of proposed development sites, advising public and private agencies regarding property acquisitions and disposals, and eminent domain analyses and costs. She has also worked on a variety of land use projects, including retail stores, shopping centers, residential and mixed-use developments.
Tempestt received her Juris Doctor from the Pepperdine School of Law in 2013, where she served on the Dispute Resolution Law Journal.
Eric Mejia, a staunch advocate of social justice, affordable housing and community engagement, brings over thirty years of experience from the world of nonprofit and governmental program
Originally from the Central Valley of California, Mejia has traveled around the country utilizing his talents from the world of the performing arts, media development, volunteerism, and housing advocacy to empower and enrich the lives of countless individuals and families throughout the United States.
He joins the She's Going Places Inc. team after completing his work with the San Bernardino Community College District's, Economic Development and Corporate Training Foundation as a professional expert in the field of volunteerism and resource development.