The Empowerment Factory (TEF) understands that social distancing and remote work will have an impact on the company’s core activities, which incorporates hands-on activities with social emotional learning.

The Empowerment Factory is looking to develop outreach around the Creativity Contests and figure out ways to have virtual events for fall Healthy Living Community Adventure (HLCA).

To address this problem, the Empowerment Factory needs new strategies to:

  • Help develop virtual events for the 5 monthly “Creativity Contests” or, if in-person programs, develop strategies that follow social distancing guidelines:
  • Create a marketing campaign across channels and platforms
  • Create new strategies to communicate with all elementary schools in the state and connect with children when they are out of school.
  • Find ways to highlight the Baldwin Loop walking path – perhaps there are apps that could be created or used?
  • Create virtual activities around health, wellness, happiness and art

Mission Statement

At D.R.E.A.M we are dedicated to helping the community, re-imagining how we bring kids access to the tools and skills they need to learn, grow and succeed. We will work together to adapt and hurdle past obstacles such as COVID-19 to give the community and children the skills they need while having fun! Most importantly we will motivate youth to live happier and healthier lives.

Corporation Departments

Marketing & Communication

  • A. Francisco
  • G. Chavez
  • G. Albrecht
  • T. Littlejohn

Business & Finance

  • C. Teng
  • D. Madison
  • J. St. Nelus

Research & Development

  • A. Lescarbeau
  • A. Wheeler
  • B. DiChiappari
  • D. O'Hare
  • K. Huntley
  • O. Licciardi
  • S. Latzman
  • S. McGregor
  • D. Watjen
  • G. Benetti

Community Development

  • D. Adekunle
  • J. Ellis
  • L. Roberts
  • S. Cain
  • T. Scott


  • G. Benetti
  • J. St. Nelus
  • S. McGregor
  • T. Scott
  • S. Latzman



K. Borba

P. Harder

S. Jerzyk

Business Coaches

M. Depeña Affigne