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Employment History

President and Chief Executive Officer
Millennium Sisters

Founder and President
MILLENNIUM SISTAHS INC

Owner
MILLENNIUM SISTAHS INC

Social Worker
MILLENNIUM SISTAHS INC

Advocacy Director
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center

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Kingsbrook Hosts Health & Spirituality Summit for Women

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Financial, emotional and physical," states Glenda Hills, President & CEO of Millennium Sisters. Millennium Sistahs, Inc. is a not-for-profit community organization that provides services for women, children and their families. Their mission is to enhance life, sustain visibility and provide services for a young women and adults worldwide. "This summit is an opportunity to address how we can better care for ourselves while nurturing our spiritual side," said Ms. Hills.


News

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  Glenda Hills Honored by  Â


Home

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Millennium Sistahs Inc was established in 1999 by Ms Glenda Hills a Trinidadian and missionary, to provide services to women and their families.  We take pride in our services and what we have been able to accomplish in New York and the Caribbean.Â

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Glenda Hills -Â Founder/President


Press Releases

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When I met Glenda Hills at her Uniondale office, she was in the midst of preparing for a very unusual event: a community baby shower.

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Glenda also said that her organization receives donations of gently used clothing that the mothers can select for their babies. “Most of our donations are products, not money,� she explained.
“We’ve had people come from as far away as New Jersey,� Glenda said about the popularity of the events. She produces five community baby showers annually and said that the summer showers are held outdoors and have almost double the number of expectant mothers in attendance. “It’s almost like a fair.�
A Trinidadian by birth, Glenda is a social worker by profession and a giver by nature.
“Someone called me from Trinidad for [donated] bed sheets that were needed at a hospital. That started the ball rolling,� she said about her first donation experience 10 years ago. “It started with sheets and now it’s [grown to include] medical missionary trips twice a year. It’s a huge project in the Caribbean� where they provide full physicals and health screenings.
She knew this was her calling and wanted to do more. She founded the Millennium Sistahs, Inc. in 1999 as a non-profit human service organization to enhance life, promote visibility and provide medical and social services to young women and adults worldwide. Glenda remembers how she selected the name: “We were moving into a new millennium and one of my goals was to see a million women and children and to provide services. I wanted to give them a million chances.�
That’s a big number to aspire to, but Glenda has already helped thousands of people from Long Island to the Caribbean and as far away as South Africa. There are no borders for Glenda; her giving doesn’t end at the city line. She knows that small changes can make a big difference and she breaks down barriers by reaching out and giving hope to women and their families who need it most.
Millennium Sistahs is run by volunteers who help in administration, program planning, warehousing, food pantry, clothes sorting and distribution. 
As Glenda explained her work, her volunteer administrative assistant, Lisa Murphy, was nodding her head in agreement and approval. “Glenda’s very committed,� Lisa told me. “She’s so dedicated.
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Glenda administers a community food pantry that feeds 42 families every week, and works with both Island Harvest and Long Island Cares. “It’s very small,� she says of the modest food pantry, but I’m sure the recipients of the donations feel differently and are thankful for her support. Working with basically the same families, Glenda also has a back-to-school program that includes donated books and school supplies, and she also mentors those who need assistance with job searches or help navigating the Internet, or just need advice.
Millennium Sistahs envisions a world where all people regardless of ethnicity, gender, socio-economic background, educational level, or disability are provided with health care and positive life experiences. Glenda just distributed 242 pairs of eyeglasses through Eyes for the Needy in Trinidad and is planning another missionary trip to Haiti in February 2010. She also travels to upstate New York and Westchester on health missions, and as she explained her work in these seemingly upscale communities, Glenda saw the questioning look on my face and said, “There’s plenty of people in Westchester who don’t have health care.�
“People call me all the time for help, especially for medical supplies,� Glenda says of the very special and rewarding work she does, “I’ll always do missionary work,� she smiled, “It’s what I do.�
For more information or to donate go to www.millenniumsistahs.org or call 516-214-0470 or email Glenda at ghills@millenniumsistahs.org.


Awards

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 Our Founder, Ms Glenda Hills has received several awards for her community work with Millennium Sistahs.Â

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