Our History

F.L.A.W. (Forever Living Always Winning) was developed in Little Rock, Arkansas. F.L.A.W. is designed and geared towards being of service to “at risk” youth girls ages 7-17, to help guide them through their life challenges by assisting them become outstanding young ladies in their communities through the use of unprecedented programs.

F.L.A.W. founder and CEO, Latisha N. Bell incorporated the organization in May of 2014 with the confidence of knowing she could advocate for youth girls in her and surrounding communities. F.L.A.W. is a safe haven for youth girls to learn, flourish and express themselves. F.L.A.W.’s main focus is “Helping Youth Girls Progress in Life”.

Meet the Founder, Latisha N. Bell, A.S., B.A.

Flaw _18Latisha N. Bell is a Little Rock, Arkansas native that has a passion for helping others. Latisha received an Associate of Science from Pulaski Technical College, a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Philander Smith College and is currently working towards receiving a Masters of Science in Human Behaviors from Capella University. Latisha has been working in the field of Social Service since graduating from Philander Smith College, her first career position was as a Mental Health Para-Professional (MHPP) with a school-based Mental Health Agency in Little Rock, AR. As a MHPP, Latisha worked exclusively with behaviorally challenged children.

Latisha has always been a person to achieve her dreams. Creating F.L.A.W. was a goal of hers while working with behaviorally challenged children. Latisha realized that many children are vulnerable to the issues they face at home, school and within their communities. It became a personal obligation for Latisha to create a place where youth girls can learn, grow, and achieve greatness all at the hands of professionals that care. With the motto to, “Love Yourself. Respect Yourself. Be Yourself”, Latisha welcomes you to her dream.

Board of Directors

Latisha Bell

Deandre Taybore

Robin Washington

Victoria Greenlee

NaQuita Freeman

Antionette Harper

Mission Statement

With the ultimate goal to foster leadership, citizenship, and professionalism in young women, we will accomplish this through building and maintaining self-esteem, encouraging self-motivation, promoting leadership skills, guiding their hearts to encompass and embrace love and acceptance of all people, while giving them the proper resources to accomplish these goals.

Vision Statement

We embrace a vision of building brighter futures in our community by providing services that cannot be paralleled, assuring our youth that they can succeed. It is the future of our youth that we not only hold in our hands but in our hearts, and our vision is for those youth to embrace that future.