Taking a moment to cherish the women of today so we can have a better tomorrow!

Precious Women of Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization providing financial assistance, awareness and reinstalling values in our women, while maintaining the legacy of a beloved friend by the name of Precious Nysha Williams. 

Like so many other women Precious struggled with Ovarian Cancer. She was dear and close to my heart and known for her kindness but most importantly her way of spreading effortless love to everyone. Unfortunately Precious peacefully transitioned from us on June 25, 2017. Although she may no longer be with us physically, she will always remain with us spiritually and mentally. This nonprofit is to honor her and all women currently struggling with health issues. 

Our continuous goal is set to educate and provide. A certain percentage from Sweet Delight Cheesecakes will be taken from every jar purchased and placed into our nonprofit to assist with the needs and means of shaping and helping our women of tomorrow. 








Providing Awareness and Reinstalling Values 

Nadia Decius, Founder

From Miami, Florida and of Haitian Descent, Nadia Decius quickly ventured off to Tallahassee, Fl in her adult years. This stage In her life would determine her strength and worth as an individual. As a mother to a young black man it was always her passion to instill in others the importance of education, equality, opportunities and awareness within todays society. Nadia attended Florida International University earning a Bachelor’s in English with a focus in Writing and Rhetoric. Through her studies, working for the state of Florida for several years and baking she maintained a sufficient lifestyle for herself and son. But it would be through the passing of her very close friend Precious that drove her ambition on taking Sweet Delight Cheesecakes to the next level. This would include taking a certain percentage from daily sales to create the nonprofit organization “Precious Women of Tomorrow” that would financially assist, educate and bring awareness to women who have been diagnosed with ovarian, cervix, and breast cancer as well as other health issues women face daily. 

Dominique Lightsey-Joseph, Chairman

Having worked at both private and public institutions of higher education, Dominique Lightsey-Joseph has devoted the past decade of her life to advancing equity and access to marginalized and minoritized children and adults. This work is a passion of hers born from her own experiences overcoming barriers as she worked towards her college education. Dominique’s lifelong commitment is to advocate for Black women’s access to a quality education, financial independence and positive representation in America. She is an alum of The Florida State University where she studied English and Communications and The University of Southern California where she earned her Master of Arts in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs. She is currently working towards her doctorate in Educational Leadership in which she plans to focus on  Black women in leadership positions on college campuses and the microaggressions they’ve experienced that made their ascension to such positions difficult. Dominique currently resides in Los Angeles, CA and her hobbies include spending time with her friends and family, reading political think pieces written by women of color and working on her dissertation.


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Email [email protected]
PH. 305-924-6981

Hours of Operation

Mon-Sat 10am-8pm Sun 10-6pm

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