Author: Girls Empowerment Network

Girls’ Empowerment Network Expands Annual We Are Girls Conference to Houston in November 2015

ShareFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinemailGirls’ Empowerment Network Expands Annual We Are Girls Conference to Houston in November 2015 Names Leslie Goode-Williams Houston conference manager AUSTIN, Texas – JULY 2015 – The Girls Empowerment Network today announced it will expand its eighth annual conference known as WE ARE GIRLS to

Seventh Annual We Are Girls Statewide Conference Will Inspire More Than 1,800 Girls and Adults to “Take the Lead”

ShareFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinemailAUSTIN, Texas – October 6, 2014 – GENaustin – the Girls Empowerment Network – will host its seventh annual We Are Girls conference Sat., Nov. 15, 2014 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (doors open 8 a.m.) at Austin High School, 1715 W. Cesar Chavez

Dessau Middle School clubGEN Students Create #loveyourselfie Valentine Sentiments for Every Student in new GENuine Beauty Campaign

ShareFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinemailA $57,000 grant from State Farm helps GENaustin bring GENuine Beauty to Dessau MS and 18 other Central Texas schools AUSTIN, TEXAS – February 6, 2014— GENaustin – The Girls Empowerment Network launched its month-long GENuine Beauty program at 19 Central Texas elementary and middle schools

National champion boxer and Olympic medalist Marlen Esparza to keynote We Are Girls 2013: Embrace Your Inner Strength on Nov. 9 at Austin High School

ShareFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinemailWe Are Girls Celebrates Sixth Year in Austin, Expects More than 1,500 Girls and Adults in Attendance U.S. Olympic Bronze Medalist and 4-time National Boxing Champion Marlen Esparza Keynotes “Embrace Your Inner Strength” AUSTIN, TEXAS – October 2013 — To help girls make wise choices

New research from The Girls Empowerment Network says role models are tops for girls; adults prefer First Lady Michelle Obama as a positive role model

ShareFacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail2 out of 3 Parents say Inappropriate Texting, Social Media Photo Sharing Threaten Young Girls’ Positive Self-Image Peers who bully, belittle other girls is #1 concern of adults; positive role models are best for young girls’ healthy self-images; First Lady Michelle Obama is preferred role

National champion boxer and Olympic medalist Marlen Esparza to keynote We Are Girls 2013: Embrace Your Inner Strength on Nov. 9 at Austin High School

ShareFacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail We Are Girls Celebrates Sixth Year in Austin, Expects More than 1,500 Girls and Adults in Attendance U.S. Olympic Bronze Medalist and 4-time National Boxing Champion Marlen Esparza Keynotes “Embrace Your Inner Strength” AUSTIN, TEXAS – October 2013 — To help girls make wise

New research from The Girls Empowerment Network says role models are tops for girls; adults prefer First Lady Michelle Obama as a positive role model

ShareFacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail 2 out of 3 Parents say Inappropriate Texting, Social Media Photo Sharing Threaten Young Girls’ Positive Self-Image Peers who bully, belittle other girls is #1 concern of adults; positive role models are best for young girls’ healthy self-images; First Lady Michelle Obama is preferred

Texas’ First Conference for Girls Celebrates Fifth Year in Austin and Tackles Bullying, Body Image and the Challenges of Being a Girl

ShareFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinemailFeatured experts include Dr. Robyn Silverman, nationally-recognized expert on teen development and author of Good Girls Don’t Get Fat Over a dozen Central Texas community experts offer engaging activities and workshops for girls and parents Austin – October 29, 2012— Over 1,200 girls and parents

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