Beyond Emancipation

B:E in the News

East Bay Times   12/13/2022

She Succeeded Beyond Her Imagination

The Chronicle of Social Change   10/19/2018

Film Shows Former Foster Youth Finding Their Passions

East Bay Times   11/27/2017

Single Oakland mom finds brighter future after years in foster care

Dajonna Benjamin, 22, and her five-year-old daughter Leniyah Dugan, are photographed at a transitional housing for foster youth of Alameda County's Independent Living Skills Program in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2017. The program is part of Beyond Emancipation which provides several programs to help former foster and probation youth to overcome challenges and make successful transitions to adulthood and independent living. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

B:E Receives 2016 International Prism Award Honorable Mention

International Coach Federation   10/26/2016

2016 International Prism Award Honorable Mention

B:E Recognized for Coaching and Its Positive Impact on Foster Youth

Berkeleyside   10/12/2016

Super Juiced aims to be more than a juice shop

Both Desouky and her partner Rana Halpern have a background in social justice, and they wanted to carry that practice on with Super Juiced. They have partnered with Beyond Emancipation, a nonprofit that provides support programs for foster and probation youth making a transition to adulthood. Super Juiced currently has one fully paid intern, Sundara Englin, from Beyond Emancipation’s ELEVATE employment program.

“It’s been amazing,” said Englin. “I love this job to death.”

The Chronicle of Social Change   10/26/2015

In Debut, Filmmaker Tells His Story of Success After Foster Care

Edible East Bay   06/01/2015

Nurturing Young Lives at Tender Greens

San Francisco Business Times   09/11/2014

Former foster youth find fresh start at expanding Tender Greens