This edWebinar will cover how individuals, STEM-talented women, and employers can all cultivate and develop a STEM workforce where women thrive.
In this edWebinar, Crista Samaras talks about her experiences working with teenage girls and getting to the real base of insecurity, fear, and bravery.
In this edWebinar, Kayce Freed Jennings, shares the story behind the film Girl Rising, and how it has inspired a global movement today.
In this edWebinar, Saba Ismail shares her story of co-founding Aware Girls— a young-women-led organization that is working to empower women in Pakistan.
Girls Thinking Global (GTG), dedicated to connecting nonprofits that serve adolescent girls and young women around the world and Women’s Education Project (WEP), dedicated to leadership, and college and career training of young women in India and South Asia, are forming a strategic alliance focused to develop leadership skills in adolescent girls and young women to help lift them out of poverty and positively impact their communities.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Eleanor Smalley discusses how in a rapidly changing world, STEM has become much more important as a future design for girls.
Join us for an edWebinar with Susan Hall, the co-founder and president of 95 Percent Group, Inc. Susan will talk about her leadership journey, which started with a Harvard MBA and a career with two Fortune 500 companies, then took a new turn as she and her husband co-founded 95 Percent Group.
In this edWebinar, attendees will learn from a past teacher, superintendent, state schools chief, and former director of education, College Ready, at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Sajia will tell the incredible story of how she returned to her country, and in one summer, built a library at her former school, Mohammad Asif Mayel School – a school of 3,500 students that had no library.
Zoë Timms will present the story of Women’s Education Project (WEP), an organization she founded in 2002 to help young women from poor families in India succeed in college and careers.