Pathfinder Graduate and Inspired Advocate – Jordyn Clayton

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Jordyn Clayton is one of Girls Empowerment Network’s Pathfinder Leadership Summit graduates! Her passion for advocacy and art shines through in her life and her personal mission. Jordyn created a website to help fund an organization she is passionate about: Art From the Streets.

February Volunteer Spotlight: Ashley Gordon

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThis month’s Volunteer Spotlight is Ashley Gordon! Ashley has volunteered with Girls Empowerment Network for two years by co-facilitating our weekly Girl Connect program in various schools. “Ashley is so dedicated to the mission of Girls Empowerment Network and continues to volunteer with us because

January’s Volunteer Spotlight: Mary Jo Garrison

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemailMary Jo Garrison has been involved with Girls Empowerment Network since the beginning of Fall 2018. Last semester, Mary Jo co-facilitated our weekly Girl Connect program at Webb Middle School! She worked with the referral-based 6th-grade girls, and she has been thriving with them. “Mary

Calling Weekly Houston Volunteers!

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGirls Empowerment Network is looking for weekly Houston volunteers for our Girl Connect program! The first step to getting further involved is to complete the Girls Empowerment Network volunteer interest form: Volunteer Description Girl Connect is Girls Empowerment Network’s weekly recurring school-based program. Each

November’s Volunteer Spotlight: Clair Daly!

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemailContributed By: Rhianna Quiroga, Community Relations Intern Volunteer Spotlight of November: Meet Clair Daly!  Clair began as a Fundraising intern while completing her degree at St. Edward’s University. Clair has been a longtime We Are Girls Austin Conference volunteer, and even served as the Cupcake Queen for our

Top 10 Empowering Female Leads Every Girl Should Watch

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemailContributed By: Rhianna Quiroga, Community Relations Intern  Today, many women in Hollywood are changing how women are perceived and portrayed in film. Having strong, independent, and confident women in film is extremely important for young women to watch. Fierce role models in film and television shapes young

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