How to talk to youth about the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade  Girls Leadership opposes the overturning of Roe v. Wade because we believe that the path to leadership begins with self-awareness, self-respect, and the ability to make decisions and choices for ourselves. It is critical that we talk with our kids in an …

Girls Leadership believes girls have a running start when it comes to leadership. Talk to any young girl and she can tell you what is unfair in her world, and how she wants to make a difference. Years of groundbreaking research shows that girls across the United States see themselves as leaders, aspire to a …

By Simone Marean + Takai Tyler We are relishing in the celebrations of Pride Month’s rainbow flags and acknowledgments of LGBTQ+ excellence, while also holding space for the overwhelming feelings resulting from a series of devastating legislative attacks on the LGBTQ+ community. Given that states are passing a record breaking number of anti-LGBTQ+ measures into …

 This roundtable is the third in a series to understand the implications of our Ready To Lead research report that came out in August 2020. Our panelists shared their personal stories of the daunting task of parenting Black and Latinx girls in a White world. They talked about their pain in witnessing the way …

In the midst of trying times (and good times!), the practice of finding joy can be helpful, especially in our relationships and connections to others. It provides a sense of belonging, and supports the development of resilience and hope.   Here are three ideas to spark joy and keep our connections strong:   Evening check-in …

We’re navigating uncharted waters. These are unprecedented times fraught with tension, uncertainty, and both personal and financial hardship. And now, with school canceled, you might feel you’ve been thrown to the sharks. What else do you need to feel supported during this time? Reach out to Girls Leadership by completing this survey as we work …