Amena Threets - Program Coordinator
Amena Threets is a Program Coordinator for Youth and Family Services Division, Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) program and 21st CCLC program at OIC of South Florida. In this position, she supports the Prevention Program Director and Manager by performing duties related to supervising, planning, implementing, directing, program deliverables, mid-year and annual reports, development of work plan objectives, coordinating both the programmatic and operational activities of the TPP, School is Cool and 21st CCLC staff and its subcontractors. She provides assistance in budget management, project development, and grant management. Prior to joining OIC of South Florida, Ms. Threets founded Girls Too Women Inc. a 501 © 3 non-for-profit organization. Where she devoted her passion to motivate and encourage at-risk youth during their path to adulthood through an introduction of strategic ways of thinking. She provide life skill coaching and social mentoring. Ms. Threets has over 25 years’ of experience working with youth throughout Broward County. She was trained as a certified Educator to deliver evidence base curricula’s Becoming A Responsible Teen (BART), Reducing the Risk (RTR), Within My Reach, Focus on the Youth (FOY), Wyman Teen Outreach Program (TOP), Making Proud Choices (MPC) and All4You2!. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. She’s an ordained Chaplain from the National Chaplaincy Association, Victims Services Practitioner with Florida State Attorney General Office, Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF), and Wyman Teen Outreach Program (Top). In 2014, Ms. Threets received the Community Involvement Award as School-Based Partner of the Year from Broward County Public School District for OICSFL.