Founded by Supermodel Stacey McKenzie, Walk This Way Workshops has made a significant impact across North America, The Caribbean and Asia. Walk This Way Workshops is designed to empower & educate people who have a interest in the fashion industry by teaching valueable skills, inspiring them to value their uniqueness & find their individual voice. The organization is broken down into 2 sections. 1 is the workshops, which is a series of specific fashion related workshops that are designed to concentrate on 1 area in fashion. For example, Modeling workshops, Makeup workshops, Photography Workshops, Styling Workshops to name a few, which are taught by Stacey and industry experts. Stacey McKenzie Walk This Way Workshops has been featured in Teen Vogue Fashion University, P&G Beauty Awards, Rally For Kids with Cancer, Fashion Music Festival China, Canadian Mental Health Association, Ryerson University, Daeman College, Brown University, Kent State University and Queens School of Business. Stacey was recently presented with the 2012 Success, Engagement & Empowerment Award from the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa for her outstanding support of youth through her work with Walk This Way Workshops. In 2013 Stacey received the Women in Media award from the Scarborough Center for Healthy Communities in recognition of her outstanding work, leadership capabilities and being a strong female role model in our communities through her Walk This Way Workshops. In 2015 Walk This Way Workshops was presented with the Fashion Contributor Award from the African Fashion Industry Awards.
The other area is the camp, otherwise known as The Walk. In 2013, Stacey launched her 1st annual The Walk camp. This is a free 2 week camp for young girls that Stacey personally selects from her annual The Walk school tour to participate in a series of interactive confidence building workshops. This goes beyond fashion and also includes the Arts & Entertainment industry. Many experts and celebrity friends volunteer their time as mentors.