MY GIRL POWER™ PROJECT
To prove that collaborative community focus on k-12 girls will significantly improve global economic and health scenarios
within a single generation.
My Girl Power projects are specifically designed to bridge access and resources to
k-12 girls to ensure equal access to opportunities.
We are a multi-generational, multi-cultural, multi-media, and research-based platform
that aggregates community partners to help deliver these four key messages to k-12 girls...
Know MY Voice, Own MY Health, Flex MY Wings, and Leave MY Mark.
Our goals are to help increase k-12 girls' engagement levels in
sports, arts, science, health, economics, & civics opportunities in their own backyards
to ensure successful pathways for our girls to thrive.
We strive to close the gender gaps in our economic and policymaking landscapes.
Pima County Tucson Women's Commission
My Girl Power is a not-for-profit project that was originally founded
under the Pima County Tucson Women's Commission in October 2013. Check out our blog for more details.
John P. Bell Family Foundation
My Girl Power is now a project under the John P. Bell Family Foundation, a 501c3 organization dedicated to public health education, caregiver support, & research.
Join our on-line community and let's thrive!!!