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UPCOMING EVENTS

Girl Meets World (GMW) is an intensive three-day training program taught by social entrepreneurs and girl experts Rachel Simmons and Simone Marean designed to equip participants with the latest research, tools, and interventions to support girls’ social-emotional development. For over ten years, this GMW curriculum has been taught at locations such as Girl’s Leadership’s Summer Program and other settings...
  HerWisdom’s 2-day workshop is an opportunity for us to reflect on our roles as women working to educate the next generation. We will consider what it means to us to be women, and particularly how we think about educating girls and about educating boys.   About the Retreat: Over the past two generations, our...
Join the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women for Universal Children’s Day: ending female genital mutilation and child marriage. United Nations Association-USA San Francisco and Marin County in partnership with the American Legion Post 315 cordially invite you to join us for a special conference on the U.N. Convention on the Rights of...
Join Santa Clara County Board Supervisor Dave Cortese and Carry the Vision for an experience of a lifetime at our 10th Community Nonviolence Gathering on Sunday, November 18th, 2018. Spend the day with honored guest Ela Gandhi, granddaughter to Mahatma Gandhi, peace activist and leader in the nonviolence movement. Engage in the call to action that unites and bridges us through inspired...

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by Lokey School of Business and Public Policy at Mills College, with perspectives from their alumnae. “There’s...
by Raye Mitchelle, Esq, CEO at The Winning Edge Institute Make no mistake. Young Black women...
by Lanae St.John, a.k.a. The MamaSutra, board-certified sexologist with the American College of Sexologists and professor...