Advising Generation Z, “(AGZ)” 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, was created in 2010 and received 501c3 status in 2015. Kristen Geez, its founder, was a former school bully until her high school principal gave her a shot at leadership. That resulted in changed behavior and gaining the confidence she needed to become the leader she was called to be.
Advising Generation Z specializing in interventions, improving behaviors, and training young at-risk people. AGZ is divided into multiple programs: Lipstick Ready, Shepherds of Healing, Men and LEAP Years, AdvisingGenz TV & APP.
Meet our Founder
Kristen Geez is the CEO of Advising Generation Z a 501c3 diversion mentoring program, Founder of AdvisingGenz, the first-of-its-kind learning management system and mobile application making discipline digital for 10-24 yr olds, 2x Author, Instructional Content Creator, National Speaker, Professor, and a passionate advocate in bridging the gap between generations.
Kristen holds degrees from Wiley College and Wayland Baptist University. She is a current Ph.D. student studying Strategic Leadership (DSL) at Liberty University. Kristen Geez is a transformational leader who brings clarity, new insights, and proven solutions to help reshape society's perspectives on how best to reach, redirect, and uplift misguided youth and young adults.
Board Of Directors
Director of Learning & Development
North America Controller
Chief Global Technology Officer
Director of Marketing
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Design Officer
Curriculum Writer, ESL
Development & Funding
Boys Program Director
Girls & Women Director
Adult Male Program Coordinator
Media & Public Relations
In 2022, Research Your Health, Cox Media, Pyramid Technology Solutions (PTS), Baxter Clewis, and DailCare Teletherapy joined forces with Advising Generation Z to launch AdvisingGenz LCC, to provide the technology component that the non-profit needed to become an alternative disciplinary resource for parents and practitioners looking to dismantle the ‘school-to-prison pipeline’ by utilizing AdvisingGenz as a restorative practice instead of overly harsh punishment for minor infractions for students 10-24.
AGZ has provided thousands of children with access to free after school activities, mentoring, and recreational programs. This access is made possible through the generous donations of community leaders like you. Our goal is to raise $800,000 for ongoing program support. Studies show that children struggling emotionally, who participate in group activities, are more likely to succeed as adults. We hope to give our children this same advantage in life.