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Girl Rising: Inspiring Global Citizenship and Local Engagement

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST

Girl Rising: Inspiring Global Citizenship and Local Engagement

Presented by Kayce Freed Jennings, Senior Producer, Girl Rising
Sponsored by Girls Thinking Global and Women’s Education Project

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A responsible citizen–local or global–is open-minded, culturally literate, and leads with empathy. Girl Rising exposes young people to those skills by connecting them to stories of challenge faced by girls around the world as they seek education and strive for opportunity.

In this edWebinar, Kayce Freed Jennings, Senior Producer of Girl Rising, will share the story behind the film, and how it has inspired a global movement today. She will share stories of girls whose lives have been transformed because of the power of education–true-life examples of resilience and determination to tackle issues such as child marriage, poverty and gender-based violence. Kayce will discuss the importance of investment in global girls’ education and how this subject has proven effective at enhancing global awareness, promoting empathy, and increasing critical thinking among youth.

Through case studies, attendees will gain a concrete understanding of how they may apply or modify Girl Rising’s innovative, low (or no)-cost, and flexible curricular resources within their own work. Participants will leave the session prepared to implement, joining a vibrant and growing community of 6,000+ educators already part of the Girl Rising movement and a larger community of girls’ rights advocates. There will be time for questions after Kayce’s presentation. K-12 classroom teachers, university professors, department chairs, administrators, student life teams and extracurricular program staff are invited to attend. Girl Rising’s content and programming is especially recommended for those engaging with upper elementary, middle and high school students.

Kayce Freed JenningsAbout the Presenter 

Kayce Freed Jennings is co-founder of The Documentary Group and senior producer of Girl Rising. As part of Girl Rising’s leadership team, Kayce directs the U.S. Educator Program and worked closely with author Tanya Lee Stone on Girl Rising’s book for young adults. She also oversees the support for the girls in the Girl Rising film. Previously, Kayce was a producer at ABC News, based in London, Atlanta and New York. She covered international and national news events for virtually every news division broadcast, was on the staff of Nightline, World News Tonight and 20/20, and worked with virtually every major news anchor. She serves on the board of Win, an agency that serves homeless families, and sits on the advisory boards of SOLA – School of Leadership, Afghanistan, and the Bridgehampton Child Care Center.

Join the Girls Thinking Global community to network with educators, participate in online discussions, receive invitations to upcoming edWebinars, view past edWebinars, take a quiz to receive a CE certificate for a past edWebinar, and access free resources.

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Girls Thinking GlobalGirls Thinking Global (GTG) is a global community of organizations serving girls and young women by leveraging technology to create a collaborative space that connects best practices, knowledge, and expertise.

 

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Women’s Education Project (WEP) Centers provide resources for young women from families living on less than $1.50 a day to graduate from college and begin a career. Within this supportive community, WEP students receive funds for college tuition, books and transportation, study in the library and computer lab and attend the I am a Leader program.

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