Discuss parenting, books, the latest research on girls, and practical ways to empower girls so they can change their world. We love collaborating with authors, experts, and peer organizations to talk about what matters to girls, parents, and educators.
Thursday, March 10th at 1pm Eastern / 10am Pacific
When parents know what makes their daughter tick, they can embrace and enjoy the challenge of raising a healthy, happy young woman.
Join Lisa Damour, Girls Leadership, Rachel Simmons, and KJ Dell’Antonia on March 10th to help mothers and fathers understand, connect, and grow with their daughters.
Past Video Events:
Watch our conversation with Rickshaw Girl author Mitali Perkins. In a fun and inspiring conversation, she gave a master class on writing, dished about her upcoming books, a play in 2016… and a Rickshaw Girl movie!
Past Twitter chats:
Learn Why Failure is Critical to Kids’ Success, with author Jessica Lahey and GL Co-Founder Rachel Simmons.
— Girls Leadership (@girlsleadership) September 17, 2015
— The Motherlode (@NYTMotherlode) September 17, 2015
with Rachel Simmons & Girls Leadership on Making Caring Common’s new research report, Leaning Out: Teen Girls and Leadership Biases
— Girls Leadership (@girlsleadership) August 13, 2015
— Rachel Simmons (@RachelJSimmons) August 13, 2015
How Challenging Emotions Can Empower Action and Positive Change Deepening the impact of Pixar’s Inside Out by growing Emotional Intelligence skills.
A4: Knowing that it’s okay to be sad and cry — as long as they also know that someone is there to help + support them as well #HowDoYouFeel
— AmyPoehlerSmartGirls (@smrtgrls) June 26, 2015