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About LUC

Ladies Under Construction provides mentoring & outreach services to girls in a safe, consistent, and beneficial manner to develop growth. Our services include both group & individual mentoring, literacy enhancement, and participation in volunteer community projects. In addition, our volunteers provide guidance to enhance social development, provide strategies for managing emotions, improves communication skills between peers and adults and more importantly builds self-confidence. 

We believe all girls can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.

Our Mission

Our Mission

Our mission is to build successful women by empowering young girls from the age of eight to eighteen. These are crucial years in a young lady’s life as these are the years where self-esteem and confidence are built.  


Our Founder

Aleanya G. Moore was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio by her grandmother in a low-income housing complex. Aleanya faced many troubling situations during her childhood including being a fatherless child, having a mother on drugs, along with not understanding or valuing her worth. During high school, she became involved in her school’s basketball team working closely with her coach Mr. Alto King. Mr. King recognized her potential and pushed her into a more positive direction in life. Aleanya decided she would be the first in her family to go to college and pursue a degree.

In 2003, Aleanya moved to Cincinnati, OH and attended the University of Cincinnati. While there, she was able to find herself as a woman and gain more knowledge and the tools required to be a successful and powerful woman. She got her start in mentoring with Girl Scouts of America, the Boys and Girls Club of America, and worked with at-risk youth. Coming from an environment that lacked role models, she felt as though she could be that person to give youth the direction of change.

After graduation Aleanya relocated to Indianapolis in July 2007. She worked as a Youth Counselor at the Marion County Juvenile Center. In 2011 she resigned from the Marion County Juvenile Center and began working with Indianapolis Public Schools as a Parent Liaison seeking to encourage parents support in their child's education. Currently she is an Admissions and Outreach Counselor for Indypendence JobCorps. 

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