We are pleased to partner with schools and youth organizations to deliver our girl empowerment workshops.

Live Your True Self

Self love, Self respect, Self Worth. There’s a reason they all start with self. You can’t find them in anyone else. This workshop explores what impacts our self-esteem and why it’s important that we embrace our unique selves.

A Million Likes

"A million likes will never be enough if you don’t like yourself.”  This workshop explores how social media negatively affects our self-esteem and what we can do to cultivate a positive experience.

The Single Greatest Secret of Leadership: Fail Up

Why do so many girls strive for perfection? This workshop explains why girls shouldn’t be afraid to fail. We must embrace failure as a necessary stepping stone on the path to success. This workshop provides inspiration from some "famous failures” and unpacks the unrealistic pressures felt from friends, parents, and social media.

Find Your Voice

When the whole world is silent, even one voice is powerful.”- (Malala) What is your call to action? This powerful workshop shines a light on some accomplished female role models and coaches girls on how to amplify their voice and be heard. 

Confidence Creator

Give us an hour and we'll help you build confidence. Learn our confidence equation, Thoughts + Confidence = Action. Set a plan to take on some "hard to do" things in your life and create confidence!

The suggested donation for a workshop is $250.

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“Thank you so much for a wonderful workshop for the girls at Brookside. Seeing their faces light up as you gave them the confidence and freedom to express themselves was priceless. Everyone of those young ladies walked out of that room feeling empowered, loved and connected in a way I have not seen before. Thank you for providing a safe, comfortable and fun environment for them to allow themselves to explore their self love and uniqueness.
I hope that they will continue to be inspired by amazing women like you, and then I know they will become one of those women in the future!”
— Stephanie DiFebo, Teacher Brookside Elementary School (Norwalk, Ct)