Where young girls become leaders!

What We Are About


To inspire young girls to lead from a place of confidence, self-awareness, independence, and individuality while educating them on feminine health and wellness.


A world where young girls embrace their individuality while supporting each other as they apply themselves to improving and developing internally and externally.


Inspire young girls to lead from a place of confidence, self-awareness, independence, and individuality.

Provide educational, motivating programs for girls to excel - mentally, physically, morally, and socially.

Educate young girls on important feminine health and wellness issues and questions.

Our Story

In 2020, our founder- Brittany McDaniel was given a gift. This beautiful gift came in the form of a vision from God and He showed her a place where young girls could come together and learn about themselves, learn to be strong, and learn to lead. She saw girls from all walks of life hugging, holding hands, and laughing. She saw them learning, growing, and gaining confidence and independence. She saw them become successful. And strong. And happy.

Brittany immediately got to work to make that vision a reality and the amazing result is KINDkamp.

The word KIND comes from our desire to teach girls to be kind to themselves and others. We also strive to provide an environment that fosters Kindness, Independence, Nurturing, and Development. Kamp comes from our goal to have a full summer program (Kamps) as well as school programs (mini-camps).

During our kamps, we include a wide variety of courses and activities tailored around the topics of mental health, financial literacy, anti-bullying, personal hygiene, menstrual care, sisterhood, nutrition, career development, physical fitness, and much more. Our programs continue to evolve as needs surface and support becomes available.

KINDkamp is a labor of love for all involved. It is our way of helping as many young girls as possible, providing the information they need in a loving and caring environment. Praise Be to God.

Kindkamp young girls on stairway

Meet Our Board Members

Brittany McDaniel, President and Founder of KINDkamp

Brittany McDaniel


Brittany McDaniel was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. Brittany Graduated from Eastern Kentucky University and works as a pre-k teacher at Linden Park ECE. She is a natural-born creative with a passion for making things. Outside of being the president and founder of KINDkamp, she is also the CEO and founder of Brits And Pieces, a natural skincare company. She has always wanted to give back and help encourage young girls to be their best selves and to walk in their own lane. With the support of all of these other amazing women, she was able to pull off amazing events for KINDkamp. Her goal is that every girl leaves feeling confident and empowered.

KINDKamp outreach coordinator Char Young

Charlette Young


Charlette Young is the owner, founder, teacher, and bus driver for New Dimension Child Care & Early Learning Center, established in October 2007. She established herself as a childcare provider in her home in 2002. She started her business to develop young minds, to inspire them to love science, history, and math, and to embrace reading books. As her clientele grew, she moved into her current facility, where they work with children from the age of 6 weeks up to 12 years old and host up to 30 students. New Dimension Child Care & Early Learning Center is currently 2 Star Rated and in the process of obtaining their 3rd Star Rating. 

Charlette attended Columbus State University, where she obtained her Child Develop Associate (CDA) Credential in Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool. She is in the process of obtaining her School-Age Indorsement with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Her previous profession was staffing for agencies like Manpower, Iforce, Act-1 Staffing here in Ohio, and agencies in Atlanta, Ga, and Northfield, Nj.

A little bit of history about Charlette she married her supportive husband Al (Almyirtha) Young in 1998; they have 3 children (2) boys and (1) a girl, and their 1st grandchild, Garrison, who is now two years. She has been a resident of the Columbus area since 1998.

KINDkamp vice president Whitney Harrell

Whitney Harrell


Whitney Harrell was born and raised here in Columbus, OH. Whitney graduated from Columbus Alternative High School (CAHS) in 2004 and Kent State University with a bachelor’s in Business Administration in 2008. Three years later, she earned her master’s degree in Business Administration at Franklin University. Whitney is the co-owner and co-founder of Blessed Events To Be Remembered. Whitney also holds the role of Training Operations Manager at Target Distribution Center, where she can influence, problem-solve, and lead others. Whitney is involved with the missionary and youth ministries at her church. 

Her love for people, her creativity and organizational skills, and her passion for special events led her to start her wedding and event planning business with her best friend, Christina Watkins. Together they have developed personal relationships with each client, creating a unique and memorable event. Whitney has established herself as an engaging and inclusive leader both in and outside the workplace, with a passion to help others with their growth and development. She is a former Girl Scouts troop leader and loves volunteering and giving back. She wants to be a blessing to someone else.


Tiffani Harrell


Tiffani Harrell was born and raised in Columbus, OH.  Upon graduation from Bishop Ready High School, Tiffani attended the historical Fisk University in Nashville, TN, where she obtained a B.S. degree in Business Administration with a focus in Accounting.  After returning to Columbus, she completed her Master’s in Business Administration at the University of Phoenix (Polaris Campus).  Tiffani is currently employed at The Ohio State University Medical Center.  As Fiscal Officer, she manages the supply chain for 15 divisions, conducts employee training to ensure adherence to internal controls, and facilitates processing for procurement and financial transactions.  She joined KINDkamp after falling in love with the mission and containing a desire to serve and fill a void in the community

KINDKamp grant coordinator Alice Harrell

Alice Harrell


Alice McDaniel-Harrell is a lifelong resident of the State of Ohio. She is a 1985 graduate of Central State University. Alice moved to Columbus from Bellefontaine, Ohio, in 1990 to work for the Ohio Department of Corrections. She started as a Parole Officer and retired as a Parole Services Coordinator. Upon retirement, she became employed at New Dimension Child Care Center, where she is the Director. Her biggest accomplishment has been the raising of her daughter Brittany (founder of Brits and Pieces and KINDKamp). Alice believes that it takes a village to raise a child. And one of the goals of KINDKamp is to be part of your child’s village.

KINDKamp marketing coordinator Bree Almonte

Breannah Almonte


Hello! My name is Breannah Almonte. I’m an outgoing, carefree mom of two boys, well, three if you count my husband. I am passionate about making a difference in the world and love helping people see the best versions of themselves. I genuinely believe a smile can change someone’s whole day, so let’s smile and make the world a better place.

KINDKamo secretary Masallay Kanu

Masallay Kanu


Masallay Kanu is a Columbus native and litigation attorney at a mid-size firm. She loves giving back especially to women and young girls because we run the world lol!

KINDKamp volunteer coordinator Donnice Milner

Donnice Milner


Donnice Milner; “Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.” Colossians 3:23 NLT. I am a mother of two beautiful daughters. I believe our young ladies must be the best while never settling for mediocrity. I love seeing future generations blossom and I’m privileged to be a part of the process. 

As an Ohio native, OSU graduate, entrepreneur, REALTOR® and property manager, I believe in the value of hard work and dedication. Cooking, spending time with loved ones, traveling, and doing outdoor activities are just a few things I love to do. I see purpose in educating and teaching our young women, how to be their best self! I look forward to working with our girls’ volunteers!